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This is a podcast featuring discipleship conversations between Jeremy Hoover and Steven Carrizal. We believe that discipleship, in its most simple form, is about following Jesus within the Kingdom vision of the biblical narrative. In these conversations, we reflect with more detail on that journey. Your co-hosts are Jeremy Hoover and Steven Carrizal. Jeremy is focused on a discipleship-oriented church plant in Sarnia, Ontario, and Steven concentrates on discipleship and spiritual formation i ...
 
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Honor the person. See them as human. Be gentle and gracious. Listen deeply. These are core values Darryl Canty keeps in mind when having discipleship conversations with anyone but especially when engaging people in the LGBTQ+ community. Darryl’s passion is to be a safe conversation partner in the midst of a fractured and difficult relationship betw…
 
Cultivating the practice of listening to God into a habit that becomes a part of who we are and how we approach the circumstances of life takes time. As Chris Wiginton discovered, Discipleship Cohorts is a resource that sets us on that path whether it is our first time through as a participant or experiencing one multiple times with different group…
 
When it comes to women in ministry, two prohibitive New Testament passages unfortunately provide all the clarity and certainty some people need. However, Cheryl Russell and Tiffany Dahlman suggest a different approach—moving from pattern to story. We do this by opening the Bible wide, tapping into its full wisdom, and developing a theology from the…
 
Small Churches, Shared Spaces, and the Powerful Work of the Holy Spirit – A Conversation with Cheryl Russell & Tiffany Dahlman Often leadership is determined by who is out front. Cheryl Russell and Tiffany Dahlman give us a perspective of leadership as being alongside. The power of this kind of leadership can be seen in the way they invite people i…
 
“My definition of prayer: prayer is the reality of God. That’s what makes God real. Like having conversation, conversation you can have with your best friend.” – Jacqueline King What does it mean to call Jesus your friend? How does one begin to nurture such a relationship? In this episode, Jacqueline, Steven’s longtime friend and prayer mentor, sha…
 
Bob has become a better listener in marriage and ministry. Michelle is pursuing a spiritual direction certificate with The Caritas Center. The Singing Oaks Church family is learning to slow down and listen for the voice of God. In this episode the Bentleys talk with Jeremy and Steven about how Discipleship Cohorts gave them new practices that awake…
 
Like many young couples, the Bentleys began marriage with visions of a somewhat typical American life. However, very quickly they could see something different unfolding as they stepped into new opportunities and took on new challenges. In this episode Bob and Michele talk with Jeremy and Steven about their journey from nursing and accounting profe…
 
“A church culture that is radically hospitable to the Word of God through the diverse voices within the congregation preaching in a rotating basis empowered by the gifting of the Holy Spirit.” This is how Tiffany Dahlman defines the open pulpit. In this episode, Jeremy and Steven talk with Tiffany about how the practice of the open pulpit forms a c…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Steven talk with Charles Kiser about his forthcoming book “Trauma-Informed Evangelism: Cultivating Communities of Wounded Healers” which address questions such as: How do we love our neighbors well who carry religious trauma? How do we embody the good news of the way of Jesus in ways that are actually good news for those…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Steven talk with Rex Butts about his new book Gospel Portraits: Reading Scripture as Participants in the Mission of God. Leaning into guitar playing interests, Rex likens our interaction with the story of the Bible to that of members of a blues band. Knowing the key and tempo of the song and following the structure of 12…
 
Whether one is learning to play the bass or the game of chess, growing in our skill level occurs best when we are not thinking about being better than others. Rather it is when we approach the instrument or game as a learner. The same goes with growing as a disciple. In this episode, Jeremy and Steven talk about how growing is like setting down one…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Steven talk with Seth Bouchelle, a New York City missionary, about not inviting people to church, but rather helping them to start a church with their community of friends and family. In addition to planting churches, Seth serves as the Director of Equipping for Exponent Group, coaching traditional churches in evangelism…
 
In this episode, Jeremy and Steven talk with Seth Bouchelle, a New York City missionary, about his journey from a food service job in Amarillo to planting churches in New York City. Learn how this journey helped him change his understanding and practice of evangelism. In addition to planting churches, Seth serves as the Director of Equipping for Ex…
 
What happens when you live discipleship as the hospitality of Christ for the people in front of you? You learn to be still, to be present, to listen, and to receive the story of others rather than passing judgment. Listen in as Jeremy and Steven talk with Tiffany Dahlman about her experience in ministry—planting a church, becoming a preacher, and h…
 
“As the pastor I come to the whole process trusting in the wisdom of the community.” This is how Cheryl Russell (New Heritage Fellowship) approaches the shared pulpit. Listen in as Jeremy and Steven talk with Chery about how this practice plays a role in formation of the church family and amplifies the hospitality it has to offer guests. Find us at…
 
How does a church take up presence in a neighborhood? One way to is to focus around a “parish house.” What is a parish house, you might ask? Join us in this conversation, as we continue talking with Nathan Pickard, minister at the Newmarket Church of Christ in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. In this conversation, Nathan shares the story of how his chur…
 
What does it look like for the church to go to the neighborhood? What does it look like for the church to be present with and in a neighborhood, not as a program or ministry, but as a way of life? Join us in this conversation as we talk with Nathan Pickard, minister at the Newmarket Church of Christ in Newmarket, Ontario. Nathan shares stories, wis…
 
A life dedicated to discipleship can seem like a slog to many of us. We struggle with what to do and how to do it, forgetting that discipleship is merely about our ongoing relationship with Jesus. In this conversation, Jasmine Turner, the Recovery Minister at North Atlanta Church of Christ, shares with us her wisdom about maintaining a joyous day-t…
 
When New Heritage Fellowship was looking for a new pastor, they chose not to hire a traditional preacher. Rather, they were looking for, as Cheryl Russell states it, a spiritual and missional leader to help guide them out of a period of transition and into a new future and missional identity. Jeremy and Steven talk with Cheryl in this episode about…
 
Join Steven Carrizal and Jeremy Hoover as they continue talking about the beginnings of discipleship. In this episode, they discuss the question "How much do you have to believe to be a disciple?" This question comes from Brian McLaren's 2003 book The Story We Find Ourselves In (see Chapter 21, "Something Special, Something Holy). Provide any feedb…
 
Welcome to Season 4 of Discipleship Conversations! Join Steven Carrizal and Jeremy Hoover on our continuing journey of exploring discipleship topics and questions. In this episode, Jeremy and Steven discuss the question, "When does discipleship begin?" The question was stirred by the article “Discipleship as Process: The Manager’s Role in Connectin…
 
Season 3 was a great season for Discipleship Conversations. We shared many great stories of spiritual formation and missional engagement and innovation as we interviewed church planters with Mission Alive. In this episode, Steven and Jeremy conclude the season by sharing their top insights from these interviews, and by talking a little about what s…
 
Join us in this episode, where Jeremy goes on the other side of the microphone, as the Hoovers talk about their ministry in Sarnia, Ontario, and about incarnational, neighbourhood-based ministry. Special thanks to Lisa Vance, who co-hosted the podcast with Steven. Check out Love First Sarnia through their ministry's podcast, Love First Discipleship…
 
Join us in this episode, where Jeremy goes on the other side of the microphone, as the Hoovers talk about their ministry in Sarnia, Ontario, and about incarnational, neighbourhood-based ministry. Special thanks to Lisa Vance, who co-hosted the podcast with Steven. Check out Love First Sarnia through their ministry's podcast, Love First Discipleship…
 
Listen in to this fun conversation with Micah Lewis and Kyle Mott from River City Community Church in Wichita, KS. They share stories and wisdom about creating a network of house churches while working full-time in other jobs. You can reach Micah or Kyle in the following ways: https://www.facebook.com/rivercitycommunity Kyle - kjmott@gmail.com Mica…
 
Listen in to this fun conversation with Micah Lewis and Kyle Mott from River City Community Church in Wichita, KS. They share stories and wisdom about creating a network of house churches while working full-time in other jobs. You can reach Micah or Kyle in the following ways: https://www.facebook.com/rivercitycommunity Kyle - kjmott@gmail.com Mica…
 
What is it like to hear from God and make a drastic, but vital, change in life circumstances? How do you know you've heard the voice of God? How do you lead others into this kind of listening and learning? Join us in this episode as we talk with Kevin and Lisa Vance, church planters with Gentle Road Church of Christ in Regina, Saskatchewan. They sh…
 
What is it like to hear from God and make a drastic, but vital, change in life circumstances? How do you know you've heard the voice of God? Join us in this episode as we talk with Kevin and Lisa Vance, church planters with Gentle Road Church of Christ in Regina, Saskatchewan. They share stories about learning how to listen to God's call, how that …
 
Join us in this episode as Andy and Roslyn Miller of Reclaimed Church in Orlando share stories from the field. Andy and Roslyn are supported by the North Boulevard church of Christ in Murfreesboro TN, a church-planting church. Reach out to Andy and Roslyn Miller at http://reclaimedchurch.org/ (Reclaimed Church). http://jeremyhoovercoaching.com (Jer…
 
Join us as we talk with the Millers, church planters at an exciting church named Reclaimed Church in Orlando, Florida. In part 1 of this 2-part interview, the Millers share their wisdom around evangelism and outreach with an emphasis on their particular mission--creating an Acts-style church that reaches people who won’t come to a church building. …
 
Listen to part 2 of this conversation with Ben Stevens, where Ben shares deeply from his own life about humility, prayer, and following Jesus. Reach out to Ben through https://www.newriverforney.com/ (New River Church)'s website. Contact Jeremy through through his http://jeremyhoovercoaching.com/ (coaching) or http://jeremyhoovermedia.com/ (media) …
 
Churches are not always safe places, but Ben Stevens has determined to mold New River Church in Forney, Texas into a place that cares and loves like Jesus. Join us in this episode as we talk with Ben about freedom in Christ, the church as a family, and taking the one-another's in the New Testament seriously. Reach out to Ben through https://www.new…
 
Church planting is discipleship, learning how to follow Jesus personally, as a family, and as a community. In this episode, Wes and Amanda Gunn share thoughts and insights about their growth in discipleship and how they seek to help Redland Hills Church grow in the way of Jesus. To contact the Gunns, please go to http://redlandhills.org/ (Redland H…
 
The journey of church planting can sometimes be like traveling a long, winding road, with lots of twists and turns. In this episode, we talk to Wes and Amanda Gunn about church planting, their journey in planting Redland Hills Church, and how their family has been involved in their church plant. To contact the Gunns, please go to http://redlandhill…
 
Welcome to Season 3! In this season we are partnering with Mission Alive to help spread awareness of church planting, and to do that we are featuring interviews with Mission Alive church planters. In this episode (part 2 of a 2-part series), we talk with Tod Vogt, Executive Director of Mission Alive, about Mission Alive's purpose and how that purpo…
 
Welcome to Season 3! In this season we are partnering with Mission Alive to help spread awareness of church planting, and to do that we are featuring interviews with Mission Alive church planters. In this episode (part 1 of a 2-part series), we talk with Tod Vogt, Executive Director of Mission Alive, about Mission Alive's purpose, and about church …
 
Get ready for our new season, releasing soon! Catch up on past seasons and episodes at http://discipleshipconversations.com (Discipleship Conversations), and please subscribe to the podcast at your favorite podcast app. You can reach Jeremy Hoover at http://jeremyhoover.com (JeremyHoover.com), or reach Steven at http://stevencarrizal.wordpress.com …
 
What does theological reflection look like? How can a church engage in missional theological reflection to help it discover where God is working and how that church is being sent? In this episode, we talk for a second time with Greg McKinzie, one of the authors of Discipleship in Community, and we explore the questions above, along with other theme…
 
Discipleship in community inevitably leads to diversity. There is a simplicity to discipleship, yet the implications on what is prioritized and what a life following Jesus looks like will be varied. How we see things is rooted in our lived experience, and not everyone in a community will see things the same way. In this episode we bring our discuss…
 
For me (Jeremy), my background in mission in my formative years was an emphasis on personal evangelism and overseas missions. "Mission" has only lately been broadened for me to understand God's purposes and my participation in those purposes. What is your understanding of what the mission of God is? Join Steven Carrizal and me in this episode as we…
 
Does the way you take communion (the Lord's Supper) in your church seem stale, or does your church's approach to baptism seem washed out? What do these two very important acts mean? What does it mean to view them sacramentally? Join Steven and I in this episode as we talk further about https://www.amazon.com/Discipleship-Community-Theological-Visio…
 
This chapter was so interesting to us that we are presenting it in two parts! In part 1, we discuss our own growing understanding and immersion in the sacramental nature of our tradition. Join us as we talk about the strengths of our heritage in baptism and the Lord's Supper. Find the book - https://www.amazon.com/Discipleship-Community-Theological…
 
What does it mean for a church family to be committed to intentional discipleship? How do the different activities of the church, including the worship service, function intentionally towards that end? Join Steven Carrizal and Jeremy Hoover in this episode, as they discuss Chapter 5 of https://www.amazon.com/Discipleship-Community-Theological-Visio…
 
Join us in this episode as we talk with Greg McKinzie, one of the authors of the book we've been discussing, https://www.amazon.com/Discipleship-Community-Theological-Vision-Future/dp/1684264103/ (Discipleship in Community). We ask Greg about his life and ministry, how the book came to be, and what the response to the book has been.…
 
Join us as we continue talking about the book, https://www.amazon.com/Discipleship-Community-Theological-Vision-Future/dp/1684264103/ (Discipleship in Community). In this episode, we talk about how the Bible functions as a story that we live into in discipleship, being shaped by God according to his character, mission, and community. Reference the …
 
Join us as we talk about the eschatological narrative of the Bible and how that narrative invites us to participate with God in his work of renewing all things. Contact Jeremy at http://jeremyhoover.com/ (JeremyHoover.com) or at jeremy@jeremyhoover.com to inquire about coaching, prayer leadership, or discipleship cohorts. Steven has developed a web…
 
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