Not only Christians as individuals called, but churches collectively are called for we are better together on mission.
Ordinary Radicals Podcast
Conversations and Q&As on Discipleship and Biblical Living
Hosted by Jonathan Hayashi and Brandon Boatner, Ordinary Radicals is a podcast on discipleship and biblical living featuring conversations and Q&As concerning a wide variety of topics to help you grow disciples and the local church through leadership, discipleship and mission.
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The Full Archive Of Ordinary Radicals Episodes
Both church planting and revitalization are very difficult.
This undoubtedly is one of the most frequently asked question. It is a question that burns within the soul of a young person who sense the calling into ministry. What are the pros and cons of theological education? What are things to consider as we see the categorical priorities for seminary?
Is your church or ministry struggling to reach the next generation?
Leaders can be effective by giving room and not pidgin-holding in a box and limiting others.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer puts it this way in his book Life Together, “Those who remain alone with their evil are left utterly alone.”
You want to be a generous person, but are you helping the person? Is it giving in to their addiction hurting the person? How much should you trust the person that you do not know? At the end of the day, is it the heart that matters? What should you do?
Do you ever wonder why God makes us wait on certain things? Whether good or bad? Why does God do that? Here are five points we lay out as we converse on waiting on the LORD.
Can one definitely be certain of one’s salvation? Isn’t that the question we ask in funerals? Is he/she really saved? This could be a real dilemma for families that are mourning over the death of a loved one.
What were bits of information that would have been helpful to known before entering into ministry? Here are five things that bible college/seminary did not teach us but has been helpful knowing serving in the local church.
Theological disagreement can cause church splits, tear up churches and ultimately jeopardize Christian Unity.
In this episode of the Ordinary Radicals podcast, Jonathan Hayashi and Brandon Boatner speak on a heavy heart wrenching topic of racism in America.
Average person is living with an incredible amount of debt. Statistics says the average is $90,000.00.
Worship is a hot topic and should always be a hot topic! Why? Because worship matters.
How should pastors reach local congregants through the preaching of God’s Word? How could churches collect tithes and offerings? What about pastoral care in providing resources for the flock?
Can a gospel-loving Christian still care about politics at the same time? If a Christian is more on one side either to the right or left, still be a faithful Christian?
Because we are adopted as sons and daughters of the highest, we celebrate together the beautiful adoption of the rescue, redemption the restoration of the heavenly Father’s love.
The majority culture has few or any close relationships with people from the culture of other racial or ethnic groups who are not like them.
The longer I’m in ministry, it seems like anxiety seems to be more prevalent in ministry. How could we deal with our anxiety? Where does anxiety come from?
Here are the five important biblical solution to creating a healthy church that becomes more a singing church.
So, why don’t people sing in church? Is this even true? If so, is it a big deal? Is worship done for the people? Or is worship done by the people? Here are the five reasons people aren’t singing in your church.
Why does music matter in our churches? Because unity is so crucial in our churches.
If people refuse to see the past (rehash back) then people will do the same mistake over and over again.
What is a calling? General calling? Specific calling? What location or timing can we see in a calling?