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Aus Table Talk | Conversations you wish you could have at church

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Five guys exploring their faith in conversation, Bible study and Interviews.

Latest Episodes

Is the church still relevant post Covid19?

Is the church still relevant post Covid19? In this episode we discuss what we have learnt from the new way we are doing church during covid, as well as what is important from the way we have traditionally done church and ask the question; Is there a better way we can be doing church?

39 MIN6 d ago
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Is the church still relevant post Covid19?

Essentialism and Faith

How does essentialism help our faith and walk with God? In this episode we talk about getting more out of life by focusing on what is truly important to us. We all live such busy lives these days and its so hard to fit everything in, and because of this it’s important to find out if we have things in our lives that are not as important as others, so if we do have to cut back on something we know what is most important. I know we at ATT are guilty when it comes to over committing in life so come along as we struggle with this principle

40 MIN1 w ago
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Essentialism and Faith

The Loneliness Epidemic

Even before covid-19 there has been a loneliness epidemic in our community; In this episode we explore what it means to be connected to the people around us, because being connected is important for our health and wellbeing, being social is the way God made us. Loneliness is not being seen

52 MIN2 w ago
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The Loneliness Epidemic

Which Lives Matter?

We find ourselves caught in a world of competing narratives about race. "Black lives matter!" "All lives matter!" "Calm down, let's just preach the gospel." "Advocating for social justice IS the Gospel!". With all of this going on it is easy to miss the point, It is also easy to stick your head in the sand and keep living your own life. We have crafted this as a "listening" episode, we all took some time to read, learn, listen and pray our way through these complicated issues (as well as organise guests who have experienced racism first hand) and this episode is the result. No matter where you stand on the issue, we implore you to listen, and if you are willing, start with this episode.

82 MIN3 w ago
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Which Lives Matter?

When Leaders Fail

Leaders impact our lives in so many ways but often we forget that they are human too and can fail just like anyone else. We don’t have to agree with 100% of what they are teaching to learn and grow from them and if they fail, we can continue the ideas that they teach if we follow the message rather than the cult of personality leaders have. Even if they don’t fail sometimes the lives of our leaders are tragically cut short but if we have learnt their message and internalised it, their legacy can continue even after they are gone. While relistening and editing this episode, I was thinking about the impact of the movements that both Martin Luther and Martin Luther King Jr were the catalysts for. Luther and the protestant movement brought about religious freedom to believe what our conscious dictates shifting the western world from one of oppression to the freedom renaissance and our modern world. King pushed forward the movement that no matter our skin colour and racial background we are all equal under God and society should reflection that. As Christians we believe that we are all descendants from our first parents Adam and Eve and are the children of God, not one race over another but all equal. Each of these ideas still have sadly not been realised to their fullest. We read in the news of one religion’s followers harming another because they do not believe the same or violence or discrimination towards a person or people because of the way they look. However, I hope as Christians and good members of our societies that we can continue these great legacies to make this world a better place for all, especially for those our societies have left behind. We not Americans and we recognise that as we are white our experience is different which means we have much to learn to even help in this horrible situation, but we see the injustice and we cannot stay quiet. In next week’s episode we will be looking at the injustice that continues for our brothers and sisters of colour; We see you and we love you #georgefloyd #blacklivesmatter

44 MINJUN 9
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When Leaders Fail

Making the most of Hospitality

Is hospitality important in our Christian walk? With us all in isolation we have a chance to reflect on this question and explore how it fits in to our Christianity. Finally, If it is as vital as we think it is, how do we then make the most of it?

35 MINJUN 2
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Making the most of Hospitality

A Love story, Tarot cards, Tattoos and a polish man (Story Month Pt3)

As story month draws to a close, here are the final stories we have to share with you. Daniel Kuberek, Jonathan Hardy and Brittney Bartlow and be warned, we are going out with a BANG! Their stories are completely different from each other, but both will move you. if you are touched, share it with someone today.

59 MINMAY 26
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A Love story, Tarot cards, Tattoos and a polish man (Story Month Pt3)

Two stories that need to be told

We share two more stories this week that will inspire you. Pauline tells of her journey; swapping night clubs for church camps and bad relationships for great ones and what it took for her and Mark to build the relationship they have. Story 2 is Ernie sharing about his life, from depression, suicide and substance abuse to a fulfilled life of ministry with his wife Laura.

30 MINMAY 19
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Two stories that need to be told

Two Extraordinary Stories

On our social media accounts we have been doing "Story month" Sharing one story from our audience every day for the month of may. in this episode we have picked just a couple for you to enjoy on the show. if you want more, check out our socials for a story every day this month.

23 MINMAY 12
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Two Extraordinary Stories

Is Self-Care Selfish?

In this episode we explore the question; Is Self-Care Selfish? How often do we burn ourselves out in our busy lives and not look after ourselves properly both in the church and out? I know myself and the boys are certainly guilty of doing this at some point in our lives. Does the bible advocate for this course of action or does it wish for us to take better care of ourselves?

42 MINMAY 5
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Is Self-Care Selfish?

Latest Episodes

Is the church still relevant post Covid19?

Is the church still relevant post Covid19? In this episode we discuss what we have learnt from the new way we are doing church during covid, as well as what is important from the way we have traditionally done church and ask the question; Is there a better way we can be doing church?

39 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Is the church still relevant post Covid19?

Essentialism and Faith

How does essentialism help our faith and walk with God? In this episode we talk about getting more out of life by focusing on what is truly important to us. We all live such busy lives these days and its so hard to fit everything in, and because of this it’s important to find out if we have things in our lives that are not as important as others, so if we do have to cut back on something we know what is most important. I know we at ATT are guilty when it comes to over committing in life so come along as we struggle with this principle

40 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Essentialism and Faith

The Loneliness Epidemic

Even before covid-19 there has been a loneliness epidemic in our community; In this episode we explore what it means to be connected to the people around us, because being connected is important for our health and wellbeing, being social is the way God made us. Loneliness is not being seen

52 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The Loneliness Epidemic

Which Lives Matter?

We find ourselves caught in a world of competing narratives about race. "Black lives matter!" "All lives matter!" "Calm down, let's just preach the gospel." "Advocating for social justice IS the Gospel!". With all of this going on it is easy to miss the point, It is also easy to stick your head in the sand and keep living your own life. We have crafted this as a "listening" episode, we all took some time to read, learn, listen and pray our way through these complicated issues (as well as organise guests who have experienced racism first hand) and this episode is the result. No matter where you stand on the issue, we implore you to listen, and if you are willing, start with this episode.

82 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Which Lives Matter?

When Leaders Fail

Leaders impact our lives in so many ways but often we forget that they are human too and can fail just like anyone else. We don’t have to agree with 100% of what they are teaching to learn and grow from them and if they fail, we can continue the ideas that they teach if we follow the message rather than the cult of personality leaders have. Even if they don’t fail sometimes the lives of our leaders are tragically cut short but if we have learnt their message and internalised it, their legacy can continue even after they are gone. While relistening and editing this episode, I was thinking about the impact of the movements that both Martin Luther and Martin Luther King Jr were the catalysts for. Luther and the protestant movement brought about religious freedom to believe what our conscious dictates shifting the western world from one of oppression to the freedom renaissance and our modern world. King pushed forward the movement that no matter our skin colour and racial background we are all equal under God and society should reflection that. As Christians we believe that we are all descendants from our first parents Adam and Eve and are the children of God, not one race over another but all equal. Each of these ideas still have sadly not been realised to their fullest. We read in the news of one religion’s followers harming another because they do not believe the same or violence or discrimination towards a person or people because of the way they look. However, I hope as Christians and good members of our societies that we can continue these great legacies to make this world a better place for all, especially for those our societies have left behind. We not Americans and we recognise that as we are white our experience is different which means we have much to learn to even help in this horrible situation, but we see the injustice and we cannot stay quiet. In next week’s episode we will be looking at the injustice that continues for our brothers and sisters of colour; We see you and we love you #georgefloyd #blacklivesmatter

44 MINJUN 9
Comments
When Leaders Fail

Making the most of Hospitality

Is hospitality important in our Christian walk? With us all in isolation we have a chance to reflect on this question and explore how it fits in to our Christianity. Finally, If it is as vital as we think it is, how do we then make the most of it?

35 MINJUN 2
Comments
Making the most of Hospitality

A Love story, Tarot cards, Tattoos and a polish man (Story Month Pt3)

As story month draws to a close, here are the final stories we have to share with you. Daniel Kuberek, Jonathan Hardy and Brittney Bartlow and be warned, we are going out with a BANG! Their stories are completely different from each other, but both will move you. if you are touched, share it with someone today.

59 MINMAY 26
Comments
A Love story, Tarot cards, Tattoos and a polish man (Story Month Pt3)

Two stories that need to be told

We share two more stories this week that will inspire you. Pauline tells of her journey; swapping night clubs for church camps and bad relationships for great ones and what it took for her and Mark to build the relationship they have. Story 2 is Ernie sharing about his life, from depression, suicide and substance abuse to a fulfilled life of ministry with his wife Laura.

30 MINMAY 19
Comments
Two stories that need to be told

Two Extraordinary Stories

On our social media accounts we have been doing "Story month" Sharing one story from our audience every day for the month of may. in this episode we have picked just a couple for you to enjoy on the show. if you want more, check out our socials for a story every day this month.

23 MINMAY 12
Comments
Two Extraordinary Stories

Is Self-Care Selfish?

In this episode we explore the question; Is Self-Care Selfish? How often do we burn ourselves out in our busy lives and not look after ourselves properly both in the church and out? I know myself and the boys are certainly guilty of doing this at some point in our lives. Does the bible advocate for this course of action or does it wish for us to take better care of ourselves?

42 MINMAY 5
Comments
Is Self-Care Selfish?

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