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Nathan Barnes

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Teachings and thoughts from Nathan Barnes the Lead Pastor of Vox Alliance Church

Latest Episodes

Interview with Lois Belsey

This week Lois Belsey pays us a visit to talk about her forty years of work in Papua Indonesia. Nathan and Lois chat about the work she is doing there, the things she loves about Papua and the ways that we at Vox can be a part of what she is doing.

-1 s2017 JAN 15
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Interview with Lois Belsey

Faith, Hope, Love and Community

What if instead of making New Year's resolutions about what we want to do, we made resolutions about who we want to be? This week we look at Vox's New Year's resolution to live our lives with the theme of love.

-1 s2017 JAN 8
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Faith, Hope, Love and Community

A Spoken Word for Christmas 2016

Nathan put together a spoken word performance for this year's Christmas Eve Coffeehouse sevice.

-1 s2016 DEC 23
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A Spoken Word for Christmas 2016

The Math of Oppression

In the Magnificat, Mary talks about the proud and oppressive being brought low, and the oppressed being set free and lifted up, but what does this really look like? This week we look at our role in seeing our world reconciled and redeemed.

-1 s2016 DEC 18
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The Math of Oppression

Celebrating Fear

This week we look at the tone of Mary's song, and of the idea she uses of "fearing God." How can celebration and fear be linked? What does Mary mean when she talks about fearing God?

-1 s2016 DEC 11
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Celebrating Fear

The Magnificat

For this year's Christmas series we are going to be looking at what Thomas Cahill calls, "the most muscular piece of celebration poetry in all of ancient literature." We are going to be looking at Mary's Magnificat found in Luke 1:46-55. This week we look at the sociopolitical context of the original Christmas story.

-1 s2016 DEC 4
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The Magnificat

Two Looks

It has been said that our eyes are the windows to the soul, but how true is that? This week, Nathan talks about the power in our eyes, the power of what we choose to focus on, and how we choose see the world.

-1 s2016 NOV 27
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Two Looks

Breaking Bread

This week we look at the power of a shared meal; the power that comes from breaking bread together, and what that means for the Kingdom of God here earth. Could it be that food is another beautiful example of God's love and grace?

-1 s2016 NOV 20
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Breaking Bread

Relativity and Religion

Sometimes an idea comes along that forces us to rethink everything we thought we knew. What do we do when encountering something like this, that casts everything we thought we knew in a new light?

-1 s2016 NOV 6
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Relativity and Religion

Boom Goes The Dynamite

Things got a little weird when the Holy Spirit showed up on the day of Pentecost. There was rushing wind, fire and people speaking in tongues. It was exciting, but what does it mean for us now? This week we look at the power that is available from heaven to change earth, and a God who meets us where we're at.

-1 s2016 OCT 30
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Boom Goes The Dynamite

Latest Episodes

Interview with Lois Belsey

This week Lois Belsey pays us a visit to talk about her forty years of work in Papua Indonesia. Nathan and Lois chat about the work she is doing there, the things she loves about Papua and the ways that we at Vox can be a part of what she is doing.

-1 s2017 JAN 15
Comments
Interview with Lois Belsey

Faith, Hope, Love and Community

What if instead of making New Year's resolutions about what we want to do, we made resolutions about who we want to be? This week we look at Vox's New Year's resolution to live our lives with the theme of love.

-1 s2017 JAN 8
Comments
Faith, Hope, Love and Community

A Spoken Word for Christmas 2016

Nathan put together a spoken word performance for this year's Christmas Eve Coffeehouse sevice.

-1 s2016 DEC 23
Comments
A Spoken Word for Christmas 2016

The Math of Oppression

In the Magnificat, Mary talks about the proud and oppressive being brought low, and the oppressed being set free and lifted up, but what does this really look like? This week we look at our role in seeing our world reconciled and redeemed.

-1 s2016 DEC 18
Comments
The Math of Oppression

Celebrating Fear

This week we look at the tone of Mary's song, and of the idea she uses of "fearing God." How can celebration and fear be linked? What does Mary mean when she talks about fearing God?

-1 s2016 DEC 11
Comments
Celebrating Fear

The Magnificat

For this year's Christmas series we are going to be looking at what Thomas Cahill calls, "the most muscular piece of celebration poetry in all of ancient literature." We are going to be looking at Mary's Magnificat found in Luke 1:46-55. This week we look at the sociopolitical context of the original Christmas story.

-1 s2016 DEC 4
Comments
The Magnificat

Two Looks

It has been said that our eyes are the windows to the soul, but how true is that? This week, Nathan talks about the power in our eyes, the power of what we choose to focus on, and how we choose see the world.

-1 s2016 NOV 27
Comments
Two Looks

Breaking Bread

This week we look at the power of a shared meal; the power that comes from breaking bread together, and what that means for the Kingdom of God here earth. Could it be that food is another beautiful example of God's love and grace?

-1 s2016 NOV 20
Comments
Breaking Bread

Relativity and Religion

Sometimes an idea comes along that forces us to rethink everything we thought we knew. What do we do when encountering something like this, that casts everything we thought we knew in a new light?

-1 s2016 NOV 6
Comments
Relativity and Religion

Boom Goes The Dynamite

Things got a little weird when the Holy Spirit showed up on the day of Pentecost. There was rushing wind, fire and people speaking in tongues. It was exciting, but what does it mean for us now? This week we look at the power that is available from heaven to change earth, and a God who meets us where we're at.

-1 s2016 OCT 30
Comments
Boom Goes The Dynamite