Sep 14, 2016
Welcome to the second season of Pulpit To Pew. On this episode, Rev. Beverly Gibson & Johnny Gwin discusses the spiritual and daily messages and lessons drawn from the Good Shepard and Lost Coin parables. Beverly shares her sermon's inspiration of Stephen Covey's business philosophy of "replacing your watch with a compass" and her fascination with artist Jake Weidmann's penmanship skills and his Sojourner's Rose drawing. Johnny actually gets "lost" in the podcast interview but redeems himself by sharing some anthropological wisdom concerning the often overlooked Lost Coin parable. Fellow traveler's join us as we explore the guiding principles of finding your own life's compass, path, and the skills to stay on the "true" course.
Listen to Ep.4 - Beverly discusses how "being lost" doesn't have to always be seen as a bad thing.
Key questions addressed:
> What is your compass?
> What is Jesus's philosophy on repentance?
> Why is the one lost sheep so important to the Church?
> Should the activities of God be our activities?
> What is a 2pm Seal Show?
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