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The Telos Collective interviews thinkers, scholars and practitioners to help Anglicans engage culture with the gospel. Subscribe to the podcast to hear both high-level insights and on-the-ground stories to equip you for missional living.

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S2E7 - Two Practitioners Respond to Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology

In response to S2E5 with Michael Goheen, the Rev. Seth Richardson and the Rev. Shawn McCain reflect on their mutual appreciation for the life and work of Lesslie Newbigin and his influence on the Church and conversations around missional ecclesiology. Show Notes: Church and Its Vocation: Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology by Michael Goheen (with the introduction by N.T. Wright) Lesslie Newbigin books that were mentioned in the podcast: The Gospel and the PluralistSocietyandFoolishness to the Greeks, all can be found here. A couple of works (and their intros) engaging Newbigin's work were mentioned:Krish Kandiah's thesis: "Towards a Theology of Evangelism for Late-modern Cultures: A Critical Dialogue with Lesslie Newbigin's Doctrine of Revelation," can be found here. Geoffrey Wainwright's Lesslie Newbigin: A Theological Life. Erik mentioned the 2019 Intersection Conference.Learn more and register.

67 MINAPR 25
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S2E7 - Two Practitioners Respond to Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology

S2E6 - Lent, Liturgical Folk, and the Renewal of Sacred Music with Ryan Flanigan

On Season 2 Episode 6, “Lent, Liturgical Folk, and the Renewal of Sacred Music,”we talk with Ryan Flanigan ofLiturgical Folk, a musical collaboration between him and retired priestNelson Koscheski, and their newly released record,Lent. Ryan shares how Liturgical Folk is using historic language and modern folk sounds to help the church reimagine hymnody. This Lenten season, don’t miss the opportunity to dive intoLent,featuring Ryan and special guests like Liz Vice and Lauren Goans. Listen, buy, and share the songshere. Resources Mentioned: Liturgical Folk albums: Vol I: Table Settings Vol II: Edenland Vol III:Crumbs Vol IV:Lent Lenten Devotional E-Book, by Ryan Flanigan, a companion to theLentalbum The 2019 Intersection Conference is offering limited-time pricing of $169/individual and $139/group of 3 or more, available until March 31, 2019.Learn more and register. Are you a musician and want to get connected with other Anglican musicians and songwriters?Email Ryan Boettcher. Feat...

56 MINMAR 2
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S2E6 - Lent, Liturgical Folk, and the Renewal of Sacred Music with Ryan Flanigan

S2E5 - Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology with Michael Goheen

Professor, missiologist, and author Michael Goheen explores his expansive knowledge of the life and work of Lesslie Newbigin, specifically focusing in on his work his development of a missional ecclesiology for the West. Shownotes: Church and Its Vocation: Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology by Michael Goheen Lesslie Newbigin books that were mentioned in the podcast: The Gospel and the Pluralist Society, Foolishness to the Greeks, The Household of God, and A Walk Through the Bible, all can be found here. Erik mentioned the 2019 Intersection Conference, which has its regular pricing available until March 31st, 2019.Learn more and register.

58 MINFEB 9
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S2E5 - Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology with Michael Goheen

S2E4 - The Art of Eucharistic Hospitality: A Practitioner’s Perspective

On the latest episode of the Intersection Podcast, “The Art of Eucharistic Hospitality: A Practitioner's Perspective,” we interview the Rev. Chris Myers, associate rector atSt. Bartholomew's Anglican ChurchinEast Dallas. He helps us flesh out an earlier discussion with David Fitch about the three tables he describes inhis booksFaithful PresenceandSeven Missional Practices.Chris shares how St. Bart's is extendingthe second table of discipleship and formation in their community, how they are helping parishioners to see and sense God's presence in the world, andwhy his first priority is getting people to the Eucharistic Table.

41 MIN2018 NOV 29
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S2E4 - The Art of Eucharistic Hospitality: A Practitioner’s Perspective

S2E3 - Faithful Presence as a Missional Ecclesiology with David Fitch

Pastor, author and professor David Fitch explores the concept of the three tables described in his book,Faithful Presence,and how they inform a robust missional ecclesiology. Shownotes: Faithful Presence: Seven Disciplines That Shape the Church for Mission, by David Fitch Seven Practices for the Church on Mission by David Fitch David Fitch teaches at Northern Seminary, home to a new Anglican Studies program featuring Bishop Todd. Check it out here. Erik mentioned the 2019 Intersection Conference, which is now open for registration. Learn more and register.

55 MIN2018 OCT 25
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S2E3 - Faithful Presence as a Missional Ecclesiology with David Fitch

S2E2 - Missional Ecclesiology on the Ground: 3 Practitioners’ Perspectives

Following our first podcast on missional ecclesiology with Bishop Todd Hunter, we gathered three practitioners, the Rev. Matt Tebbe, the Rev. Ben Sternke, and the Rev. Shawn McCain, to flesh out these ideas for everyday life. They discuss how mission fits into their churches, the role of imagination in a sacramental presence, and ways they are thinking deeply about the concept of the Church. Shownotes: Authors/Books that were referenced in the podcast Lesslie Newbigin, The Gospel in a Pluralist Society, Lesslie Newbigin: Missionary Theologian: A Reader, The Household of God: Lectures on the Nature of the Church David Fitch, Faithful Presence SimonChan,Liturgical Theology: The Church as Worshipping Community Hans Boersma,Heavenly Participation: The Weaving of a Sacramental Tapestry,Nouvelle Theologie and Sacramental Ontology: A Return to Mystery Alexander Schmemann,For the Life of the World: Sacraments and Orthodoxy Michael Ramsey, The Gospel and the Catholic Church

43 MIN2018 SEP 28
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S2E2 - Missional Ecclesiology on the Ground: 3 Practitioners’ Perspectives

S2E1 – Starting the Missional Ecclesiology Conversation with Bishop Todd Hunter

We're kicking off Season 2 of the Intersection Podcast with a deep dive into Missional Ecclesiology, our theme for the 2019 Intersection Conference. Here, Bishop Todd Hunter and the Rev. Erik Willits start the conversation by discussing what Bishop Todd is learning through his personal study of ecclesiology, what comes first—mission or ecclesiology—and what Thomas Cranmer has to say to us today about mission. Show Notes: Missional Church, Edited by Darrell Guder Transforming Mission: Paradigm Shifts in Theology of Mission,David Bosch Center Church, Tim Keller The Mission of God, Christopher Wright Introducing the Missional Church, Alan Roxburgh and M. Scott Boren Bibliography on Missional Ecclesiology Podcast Comment Formon the Telos Collective website (we would love to hear from you!)

56 MIN2018 SEP 12
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S2E1 – Starting the Missional Ecclesiology Conversation with Bishop Todd Hunter

S1E6 - On Culture, Technology and the Church - Andy Crouch Bonus Podcast

Our sixthepisode is a bonus episode, featuring more content from our interview author Andy Crouch.Weinterviewed Andy about what's changed in his thinking in the last nineyears since he wrote Culture Making. We then delved into his approach to technology in The Tech-Wise Family. The Rev.Jon Ziegler makes a short cameo as well! In the episode, we reference the Engaging Culture Learning Community Curriculum, which you can find here. We also would love your feedback on the podcast, sogo to the podcast page on our website to share your thoughts and ideas withus!

30 MIN2018 AUG 17
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S1E6 - On Culture, Technology and the Church - Andy Crouch Bonus Podcast

S1E5 - A Woman's Place: Katelyn Beaty on Women in the Church and Workplace

Last year's #MeToo and #ChurchToo movements sparked important conversations around women and the church. We askedauthor Katelyn Beaty to discuss the role women play in the workplace and in the Church, and how the Church can empower and equip women in these spaces. Katelyn is the former managing editor at Christianity Today and author of the book A Woman’s Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home, and the World. She shares how the Church can make space for women—both those who feel called to work and those who feel called to lead in the church.

30 MIN2018 JUL 26
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S1E5 - A Woman's Place: Katelyn Beaty on Women in the Church and Workplace

S1E4 - Highlights from the Intersection Conference 2018

Our fourthepisode introduces the newest member of the Telos Collective team, the Rev. Erik Willits, who will be helping us with our podcasts moving forward. Together, he, Bishop Todd, and Ryan reflected on some of their highlights and favorite momentsfromthe Intersection Conference 2018.

62 MIN2018 JUL 6
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S1E4 - Highlights from the Intersection Conference 2018

Latest Episodes

S2E7 - Two Practitioners Respond to Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology

In response to S2E5 with Michael Goheen, the Rev. Seth Richardson and the Rev. Shawn McCain reflect on their mutual appreciation for the life and work of Lesslie Newbigin and his influence on the Church and conversations around missional ecclesiology. Show Notes: Church and Its Vocation: Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology by Michael Goheen (with the introduction by N.T. Wright) Lesslie Newbigin books that were mentioned in the podcast: The Gospel and the PluralistSocietyandFoolishness to the Greeks, all can be found here. A couple of works (and their intros) engaging Newbigin's work were mentioned:Krish Kandiah's thesis: "Towards a Theology of Evangelism for Late-modern Cultures: A Critical Dialogue with Lesslie Newbigin's Doctrine of Revelation," can be found here. Geoffrey Wainwright's Lesslie Newbigin: A Theological Life. Erik mentioned the 2019 Intersection Conference.Learn more and register.

67 MINAPR 25
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S2E7 - Two Practitioners Respond to Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology

S2E6 - Lent, Liturgical Folk, and the Renewal of Sacred Music with Ryan Flanigan

On Season 2 Episode 6, “Lent, Liturgical Folk, and the Renewal of Sacred Music,”we talk with Ryan Flanigan ofLiturgical Folk, a musical collaboration between him and retired priestNelson Koscheski, and their newly released record,Lent. Ryan shares how Liturgical Folk is using historic language and modern folk sounds to help the church reimagine hymnody. This Lenten season, don’t miss the opportunity to dive intoLent,featuring Ryan and special guests like Liz Vice and Lauren Goans. Listen, buy, and share the songshere. Resources Mentioned: Liturgical Folk albums: Vol I: Table Settings Vol II: Edenland Vol III:Crumbs Vol IV:Lent Lenten Devotional E-Book, by Ryan Flanigan, a companion to theLentalbum The 2019 Intersection Conference is offering limited-time pricing of $169/individual and $139/group of 3 or more, available until March 31, 2019.Learn more and register. Are you a musician and want to get connected with other Anglican musicians and songwriters?Email Ryan Boettcher. Feat...

56 MINMAR 2
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S2E6 - Lent, Liturgical Folk, and the Renewal of Sacred Music with Ryan Flanigan

S2E5 - Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology with Michael Goheen

Professor, missiologist, and author Michael Goheen explores his expansive knowledge of the life and work of Lesslie Newbigin, specifically focusing in on his work his development of a missional ecclesiology for the West. Shownotes: Church and Its Vocation: Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology by Michael Goheen Lesslie Newbigin books that were mentioned in the podcast: The Gospel and the Pluralist Society, Foolishness to the Greeks, The Household of God, and A Walk Through the Bible, all can be found here. Erik mentioned the 2019 Intersection Conference, which has its regular pricing available until March 31st, 2019.Learn more and register.

58 MINFEB 9
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S2E5 - Lesslie Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology with Michael Goheen

S2E4 - The Art of Eucharistic Hospitality: A Practitioner’s Perspective

On the latest episode of the Intersection Podcast, “The Art of Eucharistic Hospitality: A Practitioner's Perspective,” we interview the Rev. Chris Myers, associate rector atSt. Bartholomew's Anglican ChurchinEast Dallas. He helps us flesh out an earlier discussion with David Fitch about the three tables he describes inhis booksFaithful PresenceandSeven Missional Practices.Chris shares how St. Bart's is extendingthe second table of discipleship and formation in their community, how they are helping parishioners to see and sense God's presence in the world, andwhy his first priority is getting people to the Eucharistic Table.

41 MIN2018 NOV 29
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S2E4 - The Art of Eucharistic Hospitality: A Practitioner’s Perspective

S2E3 - Faithful Presence as a Missional Ecclesiology with David Fitch

Pastor, author and professor David Fitch explores the concept of the three tables described in his book,Faithful Presence,and how they inform a robust missional ecclesiology. Shownotes: Faithful Presence: Seven Disciplines That Shape the Church for Mission, by David Fitch Seven Practices for the Church on Mission by David Fitch David Fitch teaches at Northern Seminary, home to a new Anglican Studies program featuring Bishop Todd. Check it out here. Erik mentioned the 2019 Intersection Conference, which is now open for registration. Learn more and register.

55 MIN2018 OCT 25
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S2E3 - Faithful Presence as a Missional Ecclesiology with David Fitch

S2E2 - Missional Ecclesiology on the Ground: 3 Practitioners’ Perspectives

Following our first podcast on missional ecclesiology with Bishop Todd Hunter, we gathered three practitioners, the Rev. Matt Tebbe, the Rev. Ben Sternke, and the Rev. Shawn McCain, to flesh out these ideas for everyday life. They discuss how mission fits into their churches, the role of imagination in a sacramental presence, and ways they are thinking deeply about the concept of the Church. Shownotes: Authors/Books that were referenced in the podcast Lesslie Newbigin, The Gospel in a Pluralist Society, Lesslie Newbigin: Missionary Theologian: A Reader, The Household of God: Lectures on the Nature of the Church David Fitch, Faithful Presence SimonChan,Liturgical Theology: The Church as Worshipping Community Hans Boersma,Heavenly Participation: The Weaving of a Sacramental Tapestry,Nouvelle Theologie and Sacramental Ontology: A Return to Mystery Alexander Schmemann,For the Life of the World: Sacraments and Orthodoxy Michael Ramsey, The Gospel and the Catholic Church

43 MIN2018 SEP 28
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S2E2 - Missional Ecclesiology on the Ground: 3 Practitioners’ Perspectives

S2E1 – Starting the Missional Ecclesiology Conversation with Bishop Todd Hunter

We're kicking off Season 2 of the Intersection Podcast with a deep dive into Missional Ecclesiology, our theme for the 2019 Intersection Conference. Here, Bishop Todd Hunter and the Rev. Erik Willits start the conversation by discussing what Bishop Todd is learning through his personal study of ecclesiology, what comes first—mission or ecclesiology—and what Thomas Cranmer has to say to us today about mission. Show Notes: Missional Church, Edited by Darrell Guder Transforming Mission: Paradigm Shifts in Theology of Mission,David Bosch Center Church, Tim Keller The Mission of God, Christopher Wright Introducing the Missional Church, Alan Roxburgh and M. Scott Boren Bibliography on Missional Ecclesiology Podcast Comment Formon the Telos Collective website (we would love to hear from you!)

56 MIN2018 SEP 12
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S2E1 – Starting the Missional Ecclesiology Conversation with Bishop Todd Hunter

S1E6 - On Culture, Technology and the Church - Andy Crouch Bonus Podcast

Our sixthepisode is a bonus episode, featuring more content from our interview author Andy Crouch.Weinterviewed Andy about what's changed in his thinking in the last nineyears since he wrote Culture Making. We then delved into his approach to technology in The Tech-Wise Family. The Rev.Jon Ziegler makes a short cameo as well! In the episode, we reference the Engaging Culture Learning Community Curriculum, which you can find here. We also would love your feedback on the podcast, sogo to the podcast page on our website to share your thoughts and ideas withus!

30 MIN2018 AUG 17
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S1E6 - On Culture, Technology and the Church - Andy Crouch Bonus Podcast

S1E5 - A Woman's Place: Katelyn Beaty on Women in the Church and Workplace

Last year's #MeToo and #ChurchToo movements sparked important conversations around women and the church. We askedauthor Katelyn Beaty to discuss the role women play in the workplace and in the Church, and how the Church can empower and equip women in these spaces. Katelyn is the former managing editor at Christianity Today and author of the book A Woman’s Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home, and the World. She shares how the Church can make space for women—both those who feel called to work and those who feel called to lead in the church.

30 MIN2018 JUL 26
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S1E5 - A Woman's Place: Katelyn Beaty on Women in the Church and Workplace

S1E4 - Highlights from the Intersection Conference 2018

Our fourthepisode introduces the newest member of the Telos Collective team, the Rev. Erik Willits, who will be helping us with our podcasts moving forward. Together, he, Bishop Todd, and Ryan reflected on some of their highlights and favorite momentsfromthe Intersection Conference 2018.

62 MIN2018 JUL 6
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S1E4 - Highlights from the Intersection Conference 2018