We continue our conversation with Bishop Julian Gordy! This segment is about leadership, Bishop Elizabeth Eaton (yes, AGAIN…we’re excited!), and what the church of the future might look like. Thanks for listening!
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This week, Scott and Beth discuss how people are very….uncomfortable….with their current life situation.
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Two things happened this summer: The Lutherans (ELCA) chose a new bishop who happens to share one of our names (hint: NOT SCOTT), and we both read Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, by Sheryl Sandberg. These things are related, and we wanted to talk about women’s leadership, what we’ve both learned about gender tendencies, and how it can make the world a better place for all of us.
(We also got a puppy, but that’s beside the the point).
We respond to a question asked on Beth’s Facebook page: “How do pastors come up with a different sermon every week??”
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Join us for a discussion about our “journey” (or whatever!) to living a life where we know where much of our food comes from, and why we’ve decided to live this way with dirt, chickens, and really tasty food.
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And for your continued entertainment, the Portlandia sketch we were talking about:
Why did our longtime next door neighbors assume that we were conservative? Why do people assume that we’re the morality police? Assumptions all over the place, God, grace, and the time that Scott gave someone the finger wearing his collar, on SHOW THREE!
Today, in Show Two, we discuss Size Matters (click the title to listen). If Beth’s church was a water buffalo, Scott’s church would be the size of the bird that sat on its back. We discuss how we like the church sizes we’re at, and what we would change if we could.
Thanks for listening…please leave us comments and questions for upcoming shows!
Please join us for our FAQ and introduction show!
“How does THAT work?” meaning, you know, our LIVES.
How did we meet? (Hint: it involves beer)
What is a “Pastor’s Wife” versus just the wife of a pastor?
Do we ever, ever, ever write sermons together?
Thanks for listening! Let us know if you have any topics to suggest or any questions that aren’t so frequently asked.
Beth and Scott