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WikiGod Podcast

Mark Groleau

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WikiGod Podcast
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WikiGod Podcast

Mark Groleau

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Mark Groleau sits down in Toronto with fellow Toronto Jesus-followers - artists, pastors, authors, professors, musicians, and executives like Tim Day, Greg Paul, Dr. Rick Tobias, Alice Vander Vennen, Dr. Carolyn Weber, Dr. Sean Davidson, Dr. Arnold Neufeldt-Fast, and Dr. John Suk - who tell their stories and help us wiki God towards a better faith. 'Wanna listen in on how Christians in Toronto are living out a Jesus-ethic in this city? WikiGod is the place to find out and come wiki God along with us. To find out more and connect personally, visit www.wikigodpod.com.

Latest Episodes

Episode 86) David Fitch @ Toronto Theology Pub

In this special WikiGod bonus episode, David Fitch wikiis God with us about his new book, Faithful Presence: Seven Disciplines That Shape the Church for Mission. David talks about how the world is longing for presence and how God wants to be present by the church. But that means Jesus-peopleneed a practiceto make space for the presence of God as we become present to others. There are seven disciplines to make this a possibility - disciplines that can be cultivated in all the circles where we find ourselves. David talks about: Eucharist happening where we don't even know it yet, tending to the presence of Christ, the seven disciplines, the disciplines as "social sacraments," theclose, porous, and half-circles of our lives, mutual submission as the core of the Christian walk, the non-hierarchical nature of the church, how presence is different fromfaithful presence. Stay Connected "Like" WikiGod to get updates onFacebook. Follow WikiGod onTwitter. Never miss an episode! "Subscribe" or...

73 MIN2016 NOV 15
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Episode 86) David Fitch @ Toronto Theology Pub

Episode 85b) "...By Building Up the Social Fabric of Our Neighbourhood."

In this, the last weekly episode after 100 consecutive weeks over 2 years, Mark reviews the journey of the WikiGod Project, and walks through his key"personal waypoints" that led from "there" to "here." You'll hear about: Exponential 2015 and Michael Frost's “live a questionable life'” Hugh Halter and "my house as a missional outpost;” Karen Wilk and “don’t invite them to church;” John Fuder and “your neighbourhood person of peace;” Bivo Conference in Denver and “the power of working and living among;” The Abundant Community and“the 3 marks of competent community;” The Art of Neighbouring'sblock map; World Vision's workshop and “community sites of significance;” Tamarack Institute and “knowing neighbours’ names;” The One Thing“Mark needs to focus on…;” Rick Tobias and “pastoring the people;" Howard Lawrence andThe Abundant Community Initiative inEdmonton. Reflecting on all the ideas, stops, and starts of the last many years, Mark can only conclude thatGod seems ...

40 MIN2016 SEP 5
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Episode 85b) "...By Building Up the Social Fabric of Our Neighbourhood."

Episode 85) Guest: Brett McBride

This week, wewiki God with Brett McBride, Lead Pastor of The Peoples Church andformer Executive Director of Urban Promise Toronto. Bretttalks to Mark about: how the voice of a friend rocked him into making his faith his own, how patient, understanding parents gave him a safe place to fall, how urban ministry made him a learner/listener rather than a dispenser of "aid," the differences between parachurch and local church and how they complement one another, what the institutional church has to offer, how large churches can and must resist the temptation to navel-gaze or huddle up, but rather incarnate where people and God are in the neighbourhood. "People live their lives in the neighbourhood. And we're emphasizing to each of us as members of this community, 'You don't need to leave your home, your street, and drive here so you can do ministry. Your ministry is where [God] has planted you to live, work, play, and enjoy life. We want to equip and learn together what it means to incarn...

73 MIN2016 AUG 29
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Episode 85) Guest: Brett McBride

Latest Episodes

Episode 86) David Fitch @ Toronto Theology Pub

In this special WikiGod bonus episode, David Fitch wikiis God with us about his new book, Faithful Presence: Seven Disciplines That Shape the Church for Mission. David talks about how the world is longing for presence and how God wants to be present by the church. But that means Jesus-peopleneed a practiceto make space for the presence of God as we become present to others. There are seven disciplines to make this a possibility - disciplines that can be cultivated in all the circles where we find ourselves. David talks about: Eucharist happening where we don't even know it yet, tending to the presence of Christ, the seven disciplines, the disciplines as "social sacraments," theclose, porous, and half-circles of our lives, mutual submission as the core of the Christian walk, the non-hierarchical nature of the church, how presence is different fromfaithful presence. Stay Connected "Like" WikiGod to get updates onFacebook. Follow WikiGod onTwitter. Never miss an episode! "Subscribe" or...

73 MIN2016 NOV 15
Comments
Episode 86) David Fitch @ Toronto Theology Pub

Episode 85b) "...By Building Up the Social Fabric of Our Neighbourhood."

In this, the last weekly episode after 100 consecutive weeks over 2 years, Mark reviews the journey of the WikiGod Project, and walks through his key"personal waypoints" that led from "there" to "here." You'll hear about: Exponential 2015 and Michael Frost's “live a questionable life'” Hugh Halter and "my house as a missional outpost;” Karen Wilk and “don’t invite them to church;” John Fuder and “your neighbourhood person of peace;” Bivo Conference in Denver and “the power of working and living among;” The Abundant Community and“the 3 marks of competent community;” The Art of Neighbouring'sblock map; World Vision's workshop and “community sites of significance;” Tamarack Institute and “knowing neighbours’ names;” The One Thing“Mark needs to focus on…;” Rick Tobias and “pastoring the people;" Howard Lawrence andThe Abundant Community Initiative inEdmonton. Reflecting on all the ideas, stops, and starts of the last many years, Mark can only conclude thatGod seems ...

40 MIN2016 SEP 5
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Episode 85b) "...By Building Up the Social Fabric of Our Neighbourhood."

Episode 85) Guest: Brett McBride

This week, wewiki God with Brett McBride, Lead Pastor of The Peoples Church andformer Executive Director of Urban Promise Toronto. Bretttalks to Mark about: how the voice of a friend rocked him into making his faith his own, how patient, understanding parents gave him a safe place to fall, how urban ministry made him a learner/listener rather than a dispenser of "aid," the differences between parachurch and local church and how they complement one another, what the institutional church has to offer, how large churches can and must resist the temptation to navel-gaze or huddle up, but rather incarnate where people and God are in the neighbourhood. "People live their lives in the neighbourhood. And we're emphasizing to each of us as members of this community, 'You don't need to leave your home, your street, and drive here so you can do ministry. Your ministry is where [God] has planted you to live, work, play, and enjoy life. We want to equip and learn together what it means to incarn...

73 MIN2016 AUG 29
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Episode 85) Guest: Brett McBride

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