Jon Tyson — The Intentional Father & Questions of Masculinity
Pastor Writer: Conversations on Reading, Writing, and the Christian Life
Jon Tyson is a pastor and church planter in New York City. He is originally from Australia and moved to the United States over two decades ago with a passion to seek and cultivate renewal in the Western Church.He is the author of Sacred Roots, A Creative Minority, The Burden is Light, and Beautiful Resistance. But he joins me to talk about his soon-to-be-released book, The Intentional Father: A Practical Guide to Raise Sons of Courage and Character.Jon lives in Manhattan with his wife and two children. He serves as the Lead Pastor of Church of the City New York.
Listen to this Podcast, and You'll Retire By 30 - Jon Tyson
On this episode of Dadville, Dave and Jon are joined by author and pastor of the Church of the City in New York, Jon Tyson. The guys discuss Jon Tyson's new book The Intentional Father and how to be present for your children.
Unseen Leadership Episode 61: Jon Tyson on Devotion to Prayer
In this episode of the Unseen Leadership podcast, Chandler Vannoy and Mike Kelsey are joined by Jon Tyson who serves as Lead Pastor at Church of the City in New York and author of several books, including his latest, Beautiful Resistance. During their conversation, they discuss devotion to prayer, cultivating love, and balancing the tension of compassion and conviction. QUOTES FROM EPISODE 61: “I think a lot of leaders are doing the best they can in increasingly complex situations, and none of us have the training for the drama we are dealing with.” “I was looking at the outcome of people in history who’s fruit I wanted to see God do again, and then I looked at their lifestyle and wanted to imitate that.” “I have sought to faithfully steward that very rare culture of revival that brought me to Christ.” “So often we rarely address the invisible evil, and we rely again on human technique and human systems to solve satanic problems.” “If you try and get the reward in public, you will have no power in the secret place.” “You pray because you love God, you want to be with Him, you want to know Him.” “I have three prayer movements every day – one of intimacy, one of interaction, one of intercession.” “Jesus has to be our leadership model.” “If you get all compassion and no conviction, you don’t have Christianity. If you get all conviction and no compassion, you don’t have Christianity. It’s both of those things together.” “No generation has personally witnessed this level of sin and brokenness firsthand.” “Build your leadership on prayer.” “Favor is when you reap what you didn’t sow, and if God trusts you, you will have His favor and there is no substitute for the favor of God on your leadership.” RESOURCES MENTIONED Beautiful Resistance by Jon Tyson A Resilient Life by Gordon McDonald This Episode’s Sponsor: No matter how many people you have on staff at your church, there’s only so much you can accomplish in a day, right? Your church exists to serve your community, so the mission of your church and its staff is to reach as many people as you can. So BELAY, the innovative staffing solution with over 10 years of experience serving churches with virtual assistants, bookkeepers and social media strategists, is offering a free download of their resource, ‘Church Leaders: Essential Strategies to Unleash Productivity.’ Let BELAY help your church live its mission in your community by helping you juggle less and accomplish more. Visit belaysolutions.com/lifeway for your free download.
Episode 186 | The Most Important Issues for this Moment: Jon Tyson
Q Ideas Podcast
In this episode, pastor Jon Tyson joins Gabe Lyons for a conversation about the issues he sees as being most important for our current cultural moment. Originally from Adelaide, Australia, Jon moved to the United States twenty years ago with a passion to seek and cultivate renewal in the Western Church. He now serves as lead pastor of Church of the City New York, and he is one of the experts you have the opportunity to learn from at the Culture Summit, taking place in Nashville and online April 22-23. Want to join us for Culture Summit? Register now at qideas.org/culturesummit. Want to check out the books Jon and Gabe discussed in this episode? Visit these links: The Rise & Triumph of the Modern Self by Carl Trueman, Ordering Your Private World by Gordon MacDonald, 2084: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity by John C. Lennox.
This past Sunday, Pastor Jon preached about lawlessness — an utter disregard for God and his laws. Lawlessness manifests as rebellion and causes devastation, not fulfillment, keeping us from being apostles of love and instead dragging us into the world's toxic, selfish culture.
SIN AS REBELLION: This past Sunday, Pastor Jon continued our sin series, defining sin as rebellion against God and as sovereignty of the self. The same lies that Adam and Eve believed in Genesis 3 still haunt us today, but God pursues, covers, and restores us, just as He did for them. It is only through His divine mercy and Jesus's death and resurrection that we can be more than conquerors of sin.
We live in a time when our culture is becoming increasingly shallow, coarse, and empty. Radical shifts in the areas of sexuality, ethics, technology, secular ideologies, and religion have caused the once-familiar landscape of a generation ago to be virtually unrecognizable. Today we're hanging out with my friend, Jon Tyson. You don't want to miss out on this conversation! Check out the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Beautiful-Resistance-Conviction-Culture-Compromise/dp/0735290695/
Jon Tyson is a brother from another Australian mother (or mum). Jon’s one of the wisest, most intelligent, astute, prophetic, and spiritually authentic Chrisitans leaders in the church today. This dude walks with Jesus in both heart and mind. In this episode, I wanted Jon to give a prophetic perspective on 2020. How should we think about this crazy year? What should we learn from it? How should we look forward in 2021 and beyond? What should the church keep doing after Covid, and what should the church leave behind? Oh, and we also discuss the roots and symptoms of Trumpism and I actually say “you are Trump; we are Trump.” Or something like that. I can’t remember exactly what I said, but I know I’ll get some emails. You can address them to JonTyson@hotmail.com (Just kidding...as if Jon has a hotmail account.) Jon Tyson is a Pastor and Church Planter in New York City. Originally from Adelaide, Australia, Jon moved to the United States twenty years ago with a passion to seek and cultivate renewal in the Western Church. He is the author of Sacred Roots, A Creative Minority, and The Burden is Light. Jon lives in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan with his wife and two children. He serves as the Lead Pastor of Church of the City New York.Support PrestonSupport Preston by going to patreon.comVenmo: @Preston-Sprinkle-1Connect with PrestonTwitter | @PrestonSprinkleInstagram | @preston.sprinkleYoutube | Preston SprinkleCheck out his website prestonsprinkle.comIf you enjoy the podcast, be sure to leave a review.
Jon Tyson Interviews Nicky Gumbel on the Urgency of This Moment
Leadership Conversations With Nicky Gumbel
Jon Tyson is a Pastor and Church Planter in New York City. Originally from Adelaide, Australia, Jon moved to the United States twenty years ago with a passion to seek and cultivate renewal in the Western Church. He is the author of Beautiful Resistance, Sacred Roots, A Creative Minority, and The Burden is Light. Nicky Gumbel is the pioneer of Alpha and Vicar of HTB in London, one of the largest Church of England churches in the UK. He is the author of many books and is married to Pippa. https://www.alpha.org/blog/leadership-conversations-with-nicky-gumbel-podcast-jon-tyson/