Putting out a podcast is time consuming. The more episode that go by, the more work that seems to be needed to keep it going. So when can we find the time to advance our career, raise our kids, keep up a social life, and do house chores? Keeping a balanced life is critical for not only time management, but staying sane as well.
How can a Cult call themselves a religion and why aren't religions considered a cult? At a hard scrutiny of the terms, we ponder how that line has been flirted with, and perhaps crossed. As always, we’re not here to pass judgment, but insight and understanding never hurt anyone.
Addiction can take many forms. Drugs, alcohol, food, even gossip. Everyone struggles and with so many temptations, life becomes a battle of will and wits to overcome. Join us as we talk about our personal addictions and struggles that keep us from becoming more like Christ.
There is an expectation in the church world that everyone has had the same information passed to them. Whether it is bible stories, christian music, or sunday school experiences. This is a culture all its own and unchurched people have no clue what the pentecost is.
*WARNING* Unlucky episode 13 and perhaps our most polarizing topic yet. We talk about The Nashville Statement and what it means to chrisians around the world. Although it may be a touching on controversial subjects, we believe it needs to be discussed. If you are unfamiliar with the statement, feel free to check it out before you listen at the link below.
Obviously Joe and Jesse are polar opposites! Jesse, a social butterfy and Joe, a reculsive wallflower. In this episode we look at how Introverts navigate an extrovert central society and how Extroverts help to push Introverts to be better. We talk about how both function together and how it can be to step outside you comfort zone.
What does failure look like? Can I fail and still accomplish something? How does my personal failures look to others? Today we talk about failure and how we cope with it's antagonizing feelings to go with it. We also look at how some of our successes can still feel like failure.
Back to the daily grind! Zao church podcast returns from hiatus with a recap of the events over the last few months. With summer coming to a close, we talk about an Ohio trip, helping out some friends, as well as some theft and controversy with out sister churches. Welcome back all to season 2!
This week we process the reality, try as we might, of how we fail as parents all the time. We talk about how our paretning reflecs God's heart towards us and the struggle of, "What the hell am I doing casue it seems like there is no answer!"
Jesse also pimp out his wifes new blog: amirunning.com
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This week we discuss the origin of ZAO Church, what it's taken to get to this point, and what the furture of church could look like.
We highlight the Brethren Brew Pub happening May, 4th.
Here are the detials: https://www.facebook.com/events/1492159854149373/
We also highlight Jesse's wife new blog: amirunning.com
Like always, check us out on FB: fb.com/zaochurchnetwork & IG: @zaochurch
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