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Rev. Beverly Gibson and Johnny Gwin

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Pulpit to Pew, a podcast that features a conversation between priest and parishioner, to understand how the message translates and to further explore the weekly lessons within the Episcopal tradition and daily life. The Very Reverend Beverly Gibson, Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, and Johnny Gwin, a newcomer to the Episcopal family, discuss what Beverly intended and Johnny heard, or got wrong. To view Johnny's pew sketchnotes that accompany many of the Pulpit To Pew episodes visit, pulpittopew.com.

Latest Episodes

Get To Know Ruth

Rev. Gibson and Johnny Gwin dive deep into the Book of Ruth. This short book but long story details the lives, hardships, and redemption of Ruth, Naomi, Boaz, and the lineage of King David and eventually Jesus. Within its narrative and lessons, we learn of Ruth as a powerful and resilient woman who represents the threshold of grief and hope. Her story is one of hope, faith, and the power of love overcoming fear and violence to make all things new inspiring millions of Christians, Jews, writers, and artists.

52 min2018 NOV 16
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Get To Know Ruth

Heaven, Saints and Baptism Burritos

There are so many secular views of what Heaven may be. Most are child-like, non-theological and created with comforting imagination. No one knows the real Heaven, but God's Kingdom is described in many ways throughout the Old and New Testament. In this episode, Rev. Gibson and Johnny discuss the secular and sacred nature of Heaven and the New Jerusalem. Plus, Rev. Gibson explains the Church's view of the Saints, the dearly departed, and their connection to us and the presence of God.

50 min2018 NOV 8
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Heaven, Saints and Baptism Burritos

Silencing Ego and Keystone Disciples

This week's show explores strengthing our faith and relationship with God by defeating our ego and fully embracing Jesus's message of extreme service and sacrifice for others. Plus, Rev. Gibson shares the insights of Ryan Holiday, and his book Ego Is The Enemy and the many lessons within its covers. This transformation starts by accepting the reality of the present, exercising humility, following the acts of Jesus, and putting our calling before our being. Enjoy the show!

63 min2018 OCT 26
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Silencing Ego and Keystone Disciples

Test, Try and Divorce

No one prays to God to be "tested"? Usually, we pray to be shielded from such trying times. Does God test us? Rev. Beverly Gibson discusses her belief that God does, and why asking to be tested can be a blessing. Johnny Gwin inquires about the life of Job and the lessons that his example can teach us. Lastly, Rev. Gibson talks about the Church's, society's, and her views on the tragedy and trauma of divorce, suffering, and redemption.

62 min2018 OCT 11
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Test, Try and Divorce

The Golden Banana

Rev. Beverly Gibson and Johnny Gwin discuss the weekly lectionary lessons and Rev. Marshal Craver's beautiful sermon on how we can be set free of our addictions. Jesus loves us regardless of our faults, sins, and fixations (good and bad). He wants us to be free of the servitude of unhealthy obsessions, and our devotion to the wrong things. Assigning too much attachment to "things" erodes our freedom and harms our relationship with God, others who depend on you, neighbors, and community.

52 min2018 OCT 3
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The Golden Banana

Who Are The Wicked?

Rev. Beverly Gibson and Johnny Gwin talk about the nature and identity of "the wicked" and the creation and summoning of Death. Who is The Righteous Man from the Wisdom of Solomon? What does the 1982 Disney film, Something Wicked This Way Comes, have to teach us about drawing closer to God, humility, courage and facing our shadow selves?

48 min2018 SEP 27
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Who Are The Wicked?

Trembling Priests and Hard Lessons

It is said that last week's lesson can be fearful for the Priest and send them into fits of trembling. Plus, according to Rev. Gibson, most of the ears in the pews don't want to hear the hard lessons of Mark 8:27-38. Following Jesus as a disciple in this world is hard, uncomfortable, and dangerous. If we choose to walk with Jesus on his mission the first step is assessing how we see & experience him. What is truly important in life and what worldly things must we deny ourselves for spiritual growth?

43 min2018 SEP 21
Comments
Trembling Priests and Hard Lessons

Oughts, Shoulds and Desires

In this episode, Rev. Beverly Gibson and Johnny Gwin discuss the nature of delighting yourself in the Lord, faith, transformation, aligning your desires with God's callings, and getting the most out of Church. Pulpit To Pew is a collaboration with Christ Church Cathedral (Mobile, Alabama) and Deep Fried Studios.

45 min2018 SEP 13
Comments
Oughts, Shoulds and Desires

Ep.90 - College Football vs. Church

College Football Vs. Church is a bit of a cheeky title but Rev. Gibson and Johnny Gwin touch on some very big issues about Scripture, the role of the Church, dealing with our neighbors (good and not-so-good), and walking the Christian talk. Have a great football season and let's all try to remember that some things are bigger than mascots, school ties, team slogans, and bitter rivalries. Saturday is for team colors and fun, but we should all recognize that we are on the same team on Sunday. Enjoy the show!

18 min2018 SEP 6
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Ep.90 - College Football vs. Church

Walking Away From Jesus

Rev. Gibson concludes the final hard lessons of the Bread Of Life Discourse (John 6:56-69) & delves into Paul's Armor of God (Ephesians 6:10-20) letter to the Ephesians. Jesus's words & ideas challenged, confused and ran off many of his early disciples. What would it take for you to walk away from Jesus? Spiritual growth comes from being aware of what we take in, continuous learning, listening not just hearing, and silencing negative voices and powers that can knock you off your path.

41 min2018 AUG 30
Comments
Walking Away From Jesus

Latest Episodes

Get To Know Ruth

Rev. Gibson and Johnny Gwin dive deep into the Book of Ruth. This short book but long story details the lives, hardships, and redemption of Ruth, Naomi, Boaz, and the lineage of King David and eventually Jesus. Within its narrative and lessons, we learn of Ruth as a powerful and resilient woman who represents the threshold of grief and hope. Her story is one of hope, faith, and the power of love overcoming fear and violence to make all things new inspiring millions of Christians, Jews, writers, and artists.

52 min2018 NOV 16
Comments
Get To Know Ruth

Heaven, Saints and Baptism Burritos

There are so many secular views of what Heaven may be. Most are child-like, non-theological and created with comforting imagination. No one knows the real Heaven, but God's Kingdom is described in many ways throughout the Old and New Testament. In this episode, Rev. Gibson and Johnny discuss the secular and sacred nature of Heaven and the New Jerusalem. Plus, Rev. Gibson explains the Church's view of the Saints, the dearly departed, and their connection to us and the presence of God.

50 min2018 NOV 8
Comments
Heaven, Saints and Baptism Burritos

Silencing Ego and Keystone Disciples

This week's show explores strengthing our faith and relationship with God by defeating our ego and fully embracing Jesus's message of extreme service and sacrifice for others. Plus, Rev. Gibson shares the insights of Ryan Holiday, and his book Ego Is The Enemy and the many lessons within its covers. This transformation starts by accepting the reality of the present, exercising humility, following the acts of Jesus, and putting our calling before our being. Enjoy the show!

63 min2018 OCT 26
Comments
Silencing Ego and Keystone Disciples

Test, Try and Divorce

No one prays to God to be "tested"? Usually, we pray to be shielded from such trying times. Does God test us? Rev. Beverly Gibson discusses her belief that God does, and why asking to be tested can be a blessing. Johnny Gwin inquires about the life of Job and the lessons that his example can teach us. Lastly, Rev. Gibson talks about the Church's, society's, and her views on the tragedy and trauma of divorce, suffering, and redemption.

62 min2018 OCT 11
Comments
Test, Try and Divorce

The Golden Banana

Rev. Beverly Gibson and Johnny Gwin discuss the weekly lectionary lessons and Rev. Marshal Craver's beautiful sermon on how we can be set free of our addictions. Jesus loves us regardless of our faults, sins, and fixations (good and bad). He wants us to be free of the servitude of unhealthy obsessions, and our devotion to the wrong things. Assigning too much attachment to "things" erodes our freedom and harms our relationship with God, others who depend on you, neighbors, and community.

52 min2018 OCT 3
Comments
The Golden Banana

Who Are The Wicked?

Rev. Beverly Gibson and Johnny Gwin talk about the nature and identity of "the wicked" and the creation and summoning of Death. Who is The Righteous Man from the Wisdom of Solomon? What does the 1982 Disney film, Something Wicked This Way Comes, have to teach us about drawing closer to God, humility, courage and facing our shadow selves?

48 min2018 SEP 27
Comments
Who Are The Wicked?

Trembling Priests and Hard Lessons

It is said that last week's lesson can be fearful for the Priest and send them into fits of trembling. Plus, according to Rev. Gibson, most of the ears in the pews don't want to hear the hard lessons of Mark 8:27-38. Following Jesus as a disciple in this world is hard, uncomfortable, and dangerous. If we choose to walk with Jesus on his mission the first step is assessing how we see & experience him. What is truly important in life and what worldly things must we deny ourselves for spiritual growth?

43 min2018 SEP 21
Comments
Trembling Priests and Hard Lessons

Oughts, Shoulds and Desires

In this episode, Rev. Beverly Gibson and Johnny Gwin discuss the nature of delighting yourself in the Lord, faith, transformation, aligning your desires with God's callings, and getting the most out of Church. Pulpit To Pew is a collaboration with Christ Church Cathedral (Mobile, Alabama) and Deep Fried Studios.

45 min2018 SEP 13
Comments
Oughts, Shoulds and Desires

Ep.90 - College Football vs. Church

College Football Vs. Church is a bit of a cheeky title but Rev. Gibson and Johnny Gwin touch on some very big issues about Scripture, the role of the Church, dealing with our neighbors (good and not-so-good), and walking the Christian talk. Have a great football season and let's all try to remember that some things are bigger than mascots, school ties, team slogans, and bitter rivalries. Saturday is for team colors and fun, but we should all recognize that we are on the same team on Sunday. Enjoy the show!

18 min2018 SEP 6
Comments
Ep.90 - College Football vs. Church

Walking Away From Jesus

Rev. Gibson concludes the final hard lessons of the Bread Of Life Discourse (John 6:56-69) & delves into Paul's Armor of God (Ephesians 6:10-20) letter to the Ephesians. Jesus's words & ideas challenged, confused and ran off many of his early disciples. What would it take for you to walk away from Jesus? Spiritual growth comes from being aware of what we take in, continuous learning, listening not just hearing, and silencing negative voices and powers that can knock you off your path.

41 min2018 AUG 30
Comments
Walking Away From Jesus
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