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The show is called Money Talk. It covers just about everything that affects wealth and financial well-being. Hosted by Dianne Duva, CFP & Neil Krisel, CFA. Dianne Duva, is a Certified Financial Planner and founding Partner of Arlington Financial Advisors, a leading wealth management firm in Santa Barbara. She is a graduate of George Washington University, a Katherine Harvey Fellow and a board member of numerous not for profits. Neil Kreisel, CFA is from New York where he worked in finance fo ...
 
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Over the next four weeks, we’ll explore the traditional themes of Advent through our liturgies. This week, we join with our global community in hoping for restoration and unity through song, Scripture, and communal response. Follow along with the full transcript If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Dro…
 
Jason Miller - As we enter the season of Advent, we’ll spend four weeks exploring the implications of a God who locates Godself in the womb of a young woman. If you’re looking for God, don’t run away from your humanity. If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found u…
 
In today’s gathering, we focus ourselves on gratitude by exploring the good out in the world and the good within our own lives. Instead of listening to a teaching today, we ask that you join us in practices intended to center ourselves on a spirit of thankfulness and that lead us to the Eucharist table together. Resources mentioned in the gathering…
 
Join us as we enter into a time of prayer and reflection based on Psalm 27. Using resources from the Book of Common Prayer and the New Zealand Book of Prayer, we center ourselves in the here and now with new language intended to expand our experience of the Divine Mystery at the center of the Universe. Find the full transcript HERE If you’re a part…
 
As we work our way through the Apostles' Creed, we've been reminded that the story it tells is a story we carry together as a church. This weekend, we're continuing to hear stories from the people who put the "We" in "We believe..." If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know ho…
 
This weekend we spent some time with the idea that stories are meant to be shared. We began our time this weekend with some songs and a poem, written by one of our community members, that reminds us of the importance of the stories in our community. Find the full transcript HERE To hear more stories from our community members, head over to Monday's…
 
In the Tribune Project update we shared two weeks ago, increased costs for Phase 1 renovations had created a gap of roughly $1.5MM between our project resources (giving commitments, grant funding, and mortgage) and our renovation costs. This weekend, Jason gave an update on the project and what we’ve been able to accomplish over the last few weeks …
 
As we work our way through the Apostles' Creed, we've been reminded that the story it tells is a story we carry together as a church. This week and next, we're hearing stories from the people who put the "We" in "We believe..." Before we get to that, Jason gives an update on The Tribune Project and what we've been able to accomplish over the last f…
 
In this Sunday’s gatherings, families of all kinds came forward to dedicate themselves in the sacred work of raising kids, and we as a church affirmed them and committed ourselves to walking with them. We culminated our time with the Eucharist, so if you’d like to join us in that practice, feel free to grab crackers and juice of some kind. Tribune …
 
Jason Miller - What do you do when you look at tomorrow and see what it will demand, and then look at today and the resources you have, and realize it's not enough? This is an experience we can all relate to. It's also a fitting question for us as we continue our work on the Tribune Project, and this episode contains an in-depth update on the proje…
 
Jason Miller - What do we do with a creed that speaks of Lordship at a time when so many of us are reckoning with destructive and abusive visions of power? If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found us and what keeps you listening at: info@southbendcitychurch.com.…
 
This weekend we spent time in practices to point us towards gratitude and hope. Between singing songs, reading from the Lectionary, and listening to each other during an open floor, we celebrated with thankful hearts and hoped for future moments of gratitude. Find the full transcript HERE Register for the New to SBCC Online Table HERE If you’re a p…
 
Jason Miller - We're still exploring the particularity of the creed, discovering the personal and political implications of Jesus as son of God. If you want to jump straight to the teaching, scrub over to 11:06. Register for New to SBCC Digital Table, sign your family up for one of our in-person Family Dedication gatherings, and/or check out Studen…
 
This weekend we spent some time grounding ourselves in the present moment by engaging in a practice called breath prayer and by listening to a song that speaks to presence, rest, and peace. Full transcript can be be found HERE Register for New to SBCC Digital Table Sign your family up for one of our Family Dedication Gatherings. If you’re a part of…
 
Jason Miller - A teaching on the scandal of the particular, and the beauty of finding God in the details of Jesus. At the end of the teaching, we were led through a practice called Lectio Divina which focuses on scriptural reading, meditation, and prayer. Our time together then concluded with a song led by our worship team, called "Jesus at the Cen…
 
This weekend, instead of a new teaching, we entered into some practices to further reflect on God as Creator. Based off of the challenges we received from Jason in last weeks teaching, we spent some time reflecting on creation and in the practice of creating. If you want to join in with us in these practices, you can use the resources below. And if…
 
This liturgy, which was paired with this week’s teaching on God as Creator, explores the relationship with the world around us and the Divine. We spent some time reflecting through song, through reading, and by centering ourselves back on the Apostle’s Creed as we continue in our series Old Creed, New World. Music recorded live at Studebaker 112 an…
 
Jason Miller - Since the 19th century, the story of creation has been complicated by another story about the biological processes that led to the diversity of life we see on our planet. Are these competing stories? Or is it possible that God is showing us something beautiful in the story that Darwin tells? Check out the James Webb Space Telescope i…
 
This week in our gatherings we introduced a new song that is based on the Apostle's Creed and we entered into a practice called Prayers of the People. We felt it important to pray for the Church at large, individual needs, and remembrance on a day such as September 11th, as well as center ourselves on the faithfulness and love of God through all se…
 
Jason Miller - Of all the things a creed could say about God, the first thing the Apostles' Creed says is that God is Father. What does that do in a world with such complicated experiences around gender, patriarchy, parenthood, and faith? If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us k…
 
Jason Miller - At a time when belief is more complicated than ever, what purpose does a creed serve? We're starting a new series on the Apostles' Creed, and before we get into the story it tells, we're asking some questions about what it does. If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting…
 
Jason Miller - Some tensions aren’t meant to be resolved, and Christian theology has other language for that kind of thing. Today we consider the role of paradox in life and faith. If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found us and what keeps you listening at: info…
 
Jason Miller - In this week’s gatherings, we processed some difficult decisions regarding SBCC’s general fund and staff. If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us know how you found us and what keeps you listening at: info@southbendcitychurch.com. You can also support the ongoing w…
 
Jason Miller - In this week’s gatherings, we processed some difficult decisions regarding SBCC’s general fund and staff. This episode has the full teaching, which includes some thoughts about the tensions that shape our church life before explaining those decisions. If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you!…
 
This weekend we asked for an influx of joy into our lives. Whether we are greatly celebrating or greatly hurting, we centered ourselves on a hope for a better tomorrow through a few songs and a practice called “Prayers of the People”. Transcript can be found HERE If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Dr…
 
Jason Miller - Our lead pastor returned from sabbatical this week, and after an extended open floor reflecting on the last few months of our life together as a church, he shared some of the unexpected lessons he learned while he was away. If you’re a part of the growing digital SBCC community, we’d love to hear from you! Drop us a note letting us k…
 
There was not a new sermon this weekend at South Bend City Church, but we instead took some time to reflect, meditate, and engage in a gathering designed to lead us to the table. We had the opportunity to have kids in our gatherings and for them lead us in different ways. Over 50 kids created art based on our four mantras and those pieces were disp…
 
What is really going on in the story that seemingly signals the beginning of differing languages and the migration of civilization? In Genesis 11, we hear about the tower of babel and are left with the question: what is this about? Is it simply a story told out of order or is there a deeper lesson to be learned? Sean Palmer explores these questions…
 
After the teaching, in which we talked about Mark 8 and stages of faith, we engaged in a practice that contained prayer, reflection, and song to help us open ourselves to movement and growth in our own faith journeys. To hear Mike Goldsworthy's full teaching that led up to this practice, check out the last episode of this podcast. You can follow al…
 
Sometimes in our faith journey we need to see, but not clearly before our eyes can be opened to see clearly and in focus. Like the blind man who experiences a two part healing in Mark 8, our faith often progresses through stages that grow and expand. And the places where we have grown from were often necessary pieces to help bring us to where we ar…
 
To start our gatherings this weekend, we centered ourselves on the faithfulness of God. While we recognize that there's a wide variety of experiences and feelings that come up when the "faithfulness of God" is mentioned, we hope to see goodness and faithfulness manifest in our lives and in the life of our community. Find the full transcript HERE If…
 
Mike Goldsworthy - Perhaps the American success ethos that drives us to do more, achieve more and work harder as we defy our limits is actually not the best way to live. And perhaps there is a gift and a unique grace that we receive in the recognition, embrace and acceptance of our limits. We look at this through the lens of Hebrews 2:14-15, Matthe…
 
In last week’s gatherings, we engaged in some practices to help us reflect on what we’ve discussed over the last four weeks. We continued to look at what it means for us to see everyone as an icon specifically in the areas discussed by our teachers this month. We reflected on the series by using the Scriptures we explored each week, followed by som…
 
Today at SBCC we did not meet in person, but, instead, took this Sunday as a Sabbath. This allows staff, volunteers, and our community as a whole to rest — in line with our Fields, not Factories mantra. We have compiled a list of “essential” sermons — teachings that heavily influence our life together as a community — and some liturgies for you to …
 
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