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The Ferment Podcast - Conversations About Worship And Transformation

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The Ferment Podcast - Conversations About Worship And Transformation

The Ferment Podcast - Conversations About Worship And Transformation

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Welcome to the Ferment Podcast - Conversations about Worship and Transformation. In this wide ranging podcast our host Adam Russell sits down with thought leaders, creatives, entrepreneurs, and other innovators digging into their personal stories of spiritual transformation. Current roster of guests include John Mark McMillan, Audrey Assad, David Ruis, James Duke, Carol Wimber-Wong, and many others.

Latest Episodes

Chris McClarney - Paying Attention To God’s Metrics For Success

Chris’s website: https://chrismcclarneymusic.com/ Church Of The City - Franklin, TN: https://cotc.com/franklin/ Chris’s song “Revival": https://youtu.be/ExbvQemUZK0

58 MIN5 d ago
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Chris McClarney - Paying Attention To God’s Metrics For Success

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Dr. Caleb Maskell - theologian, worship pastor, leader of the Society of Vineyard Scholars - Releasing The Outcomes And Facing Jesus

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Dr. Caleb Maskell leads the Society of Vineyard Scholars and is the Worship Pastor at Blue Route Vineyard Community Church outside Philadelphia, PA. He has a PhD in the Department of Religion at Princeton University, focusing on the history of American Christianity. He has taught at Princeton Theological Seminary and Fordham University. Caleb is passionate about developing leaders and institutions that will help to produce a healthy, courageous, and hospitable future for the church in the 21st century. In 2007, he co-planted Elm City Vineyard Church in New Haven, Connecticut with his wife Kathy. Kathy is active in social justice and worked for six years as the U.S. Advocacy Director for Love146, an international human rights organization working to end child trafficking and exploitation. They live in Media, Pennsylvania with their son Josiah and their daughter Emmanuelle.

60 MIN1 w ago
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FROM THE ARCHIVES - Dr. Caleb Maskell - theologian, worship pastor, leader of the Society of Vineyard Scholars - Releasing The Outcomes And Facing Jesus

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Dr. Brittany Kim - Old Testament scholar and adjunct professor - What Do We Do With The Old Testament

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Dr. Brittany Kim is an Old Testament scholar, adjunct professor, and spiritual director-in-training based in Chicago, IL. She has taught at Roberts Wesleyan College, Northeastern Seminary, and Bethel Seminary, and is the author ofLengthen Your Tent-Cords: The Metaphorical World of Israel's Household in the Book of Isaiah. Brittany is also the wife of Ferment podcast guest, Ted Kim. In this episode, Brittany and Adam dig into the Old Testament bringing out both specific and "meta" insights extremely useful for the modern worship leader. Brittany also highlights the frequency and importance of the theme of lament, particularly in the Psalms. This is an important conversation for worship leaders and songwriters seeking more biblical expressions of worship in their personal and congregational lives.

70 MIN1 w ago
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FROM THE ARCHIVES - Dr. Brittany Kim - Old Testament scholar and adjunct professor - What Do We Do With The Old Testament

FROM THE ARCHIVES - John Kim - investor, entrepreneur, and co-pastor of The166 - It's A Wonderful Thing To Be Called Into Business

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! John Kim is an Investor, entrepreneur, and co-pastor of The166, a Vineyard church plant in the Hell's Kitchen section of midtown Manhattan, NY. After graduating from Harvard in 1995, John received his Ph.D. in Economics from MIT in 1998. John joined MSD Capital in 1998, serving as partner from 2001 to 2008. He then founded the Karamaan Group —a long-term investing firm that takes ownership interest in public and private companies. John resides in Manhattan with his wife, Kara, and son, Samuel. The Kims are one of three founding families of Coram Deo: A House of Worship, Prayer and Entrepreneurship, located in midtown Manhattan. In this unique episode, John shares his journey of being a Jesus follower in the fast-paced NYC business world, surviving with his faith intact and actually finding his God-breathed vocation in the midst of it. This is a deeply encouraging conversation for anyone seeking to walk out their calling, whether inside or outside the walls of the Church.

72 MIN2 w ago
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FROM THE ARCHIVES - John Kim - investor, entrepreneur, and co-pastor of The166 - It's A Wonderful Thing To Be Called Into Business

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Hannah DeSpain - vocalist and worship leader - Worship in Seasons of Suffering

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Hannah DeSpain is a vocalist and worship leader in Campbellsville, KY, featured on numerous Vineyard Worship projects such asPromises of WonderandAll Things Rise. She sits down with our host Adam Russell, her long-time friend, and shares her life story — from growing up singing in church with her twin sister Sarah to discovering a calling to lead people in worship in college to marrying her husband Matt. Hannah offers some hard-won and key insights as she and Adam discuss walking through seasons of suffering and loss as followers of Jesus.

58 MIN2 w ago
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FROM THE ARCHIVES - Hannah DeSpain - vocalist and worship leader - Worship in Seasons of Suffering

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Sam Yoder - ex-Old Order Amish songwriting chiropractor and author of All Things Rise - Jesus, Bob Dylan, and Carl Sagan

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Sam Yoder is a chiropractor in Campbellsville, KY and the author of the modern Vineyard hymns “All Things Rise,” “Wonderful,” and the upcoming Vineyard Worship single, “Jesus Beautiful.” In this wide-ranging conversation, Sam shares about his journey - from being raised Old Order Amish to discovering the music of Bob Dylan and the writing of Carl Sagan. Sam and Adam cover various topics including the experience of the immigrant and outsider in society, the songwriting genius of Dylan, and Sam's deep love of space and the universe that inspired his upcoming album,The Reaches, featuring songs about black holes and other surprises. Sam is an inspiring and curious person who pursues his creative life with ferocity. This is a fascinating conversation you won't want to miss.

72 MIN3 w ago
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FROM THE ARCHIVES - Sam Yoder - ex-Old Order Amish songwriting chiropractor and author of All Things Rise - Jesus, Bob Dylan, and Carl Sagan

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Carol Wimber-Wong - Co-Founder of the Vineyard Movement - Everyone Needs To Be In Their Place For The Sake Of The Body Of Christ

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Carol Wimber-Wong was an early Vineyard pioneer and, along with her late husband John Wimber, helped birth the Vineyard Movement. Carol has been closely involved in the development of the Vineyard for over 40 years. In this broad conversation, Adam and Carol discuss her journey of faith and the deep impact the Quakers had on both her and John and the foundation of the Vineyard Movement. They then dive into her perspective on the history of the Vineyard and her dreams for the future Church.

59 MIN3 w ago
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FROM THE ARCHIVES - Carol Wimber-Wong - Co-Founder of the Vineyard Movement - Everyone Needs To Be In Their Place For The Sake Of The Body Of Christ

FROM THE ARCHIVES - David Ruis - songwriter, worship leader, creative catalyst - Our Worship Has To Be Anchored In Compassion And Justice

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! On this premiere episode of the Ferment Podcast Adam sits down with David Ruis, well-known songwriter, worship leader, pastor, and creative thinker. David is the author of many beloved worship songs sung all over the world (You're Worthy Of My Praise (I Will Worship), Every Move I Make, Sweet Mercies) and has spent many years ministering and working on social justice initiatives in Kathmandu, Hollywood, and among First Nations people in his native Canada.

62 MINJUL 9
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FROM THE ARCHIVES - David Ruis - songwriter, worship leader, creative catalyst - Our Worship Has To Be Anchored In Compassion And Justice

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Tina Colón Williams - vocalist, worship pastor, immigration attorney - Don't Be Afraid To Occupy Your Own Voice

Elm City Vineyard Church - New Haven, CT: http://elmcityvineyard.org/ Vineyard Worship's God of Rest (Dios Del Descanso: https://sc.lnk.to/VWgor-s

54 MINJUL 6
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FROM THE ARCHIVES - Tina Colón Williams - vocalist, worship pastor, immigration attorney - Don't Be Afraid To Occupy Your Own Voice

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Jared Boyd - pastor, spiritual director, and founder of The Order of Sustainable Faith - Discernment, Spiritual Direction, And Playing The Long Game

Franklinton Abbey: https://www.franklintonabbey.org/ The Order of Sustainable Faith: https://www.sustainablefaith.com/ Imaginative Prayer: A Yearlong Guide for Your Child's Spiritual Formation: https://amzn.to/38h8T0S

65 MINJUL 2
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FROM THE ARCHIVES - Jared Boyd - pastor, spiritual director, and founder of The Order of Sustainable Faith - Discernment, Spiritual Direction, And Playing The Long Game

Latest Episodes

Chris McClarney - Paying Attention To God’s Metrics For Success

Chris’s website: https://chrismcclarneymusic.com/ Church Of The City - Franklin, TN: https://cotc.com/franklin/ Chris’s song “Revival": https://youtu.be/ExbvQemUZK0

58 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Chris McClarney - Paying Attention To God’s Metrics For Success

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Dr. Caleb Maskell - theologian, worship pastor, leader of the Society of Vineyard Scholars - Releasing The Outcomes And Facing Jesus

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Dr. Caleb Maskell leads the Society of Vineyard Scholars and is the Worship Pastor at Blue Route Vineyard Community Church outside Philadelphia, PA. He has a PhD in the Department of Religion at Princeton University, focusing on the history of American Christianity. He has taught at Princeton Theological Seminary and Fordham University. Caleb is passionate about developing leaders and institutions that will help to produce a healthy, courageous, and hospitable future for the church in the 21st century. In 2007, he co-planted Elm City Vineyard Church in New Haven, Connecticut with his wife Kathy. Kathy is active in social justice and worked for six years as the U.S. Advocacy Director for Love146, an international human rights organization working to end child trafficking and exploitation. They live in Media, Pennsylvania with their son Josiah and their daughter Emmanuelle.

60 MIN1 w ago
Comments
FROM THE ARCHIVES - Dr. Caleb Maskell - theologian, worship pastor, leader of the Society of Vineyard Scholars - Releasing The Outcomes And Facing Jesus

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Dr. Brittany Kim - Old Testament scholar and adjunct professor - What Do We Do With The Old Testament

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Dr. Brittany Kim is an Old Testament scholar, adjunct professor, and spiritual director-in-training based in Chicago, IL. She has taught at Roberts Wesleyan College, Northeastern Seminary, and Bethel Seminary, and is the author ofLengthen Your Tent-Cords: The Metaphorical World of Israel's Household in the Book of Isaiah. Brittany is also the wife of Ferment podcast guest, Ted Kim. In this episode, Brittany and Adam dig into the Old Testament bringing out both specific and "meta" insights extremely useful for the modern worship leader. Brittany also highlights the frequency and importance of the theme of lament, particularly in the Psalms. This is an important conversation for worship leaders and songwriters seeking more biblical expressions of worship in their personal and congregational lives.

70 MIN1 w ago
Comments
FROM THE ARCHIVES - Dr. Brittany Kim - Old Testament scholar and adjunct professor - What Do We Do With The Old Testament

FROM THE ARCHIVES - John Kim - investor, entrepreneur, and co-pastor of The166 - It's A Wonderful Thing To Be Called Into Business

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! John Kim is an Investor, entrepreneur, and co-pastor of The166, a Vineyard church plant in the Hell's Kitchen section of midtown Manhattan, NY. After graduating from Harvard in 1995, John received his Ph.D. in Economics from MIT in 1998. John joined MSD Capital in 1998, serving as partner from 2001 to 2008. He then founded the Karamaan Group —a long-term investing firm that takes ownership interest in public and private companies. John resides in Manhattan with his wife, Kara, and son, Samuel. The Kims are one of three founding families of Coram Deo: A House of Worship, Prayer and Entrepreneurship, located in midtown Manhattan. In this unique episode, John shares his journey of being a Jesus follower in the fast-paced NYC business world, surviving with his faith intact and actually finding his God-breathed vocation in the midst of it. This is a deeply encouraging conversation for anyone seeking to walk out their calling, whether inside or outside the walls of the Church.

72 MIN2 w ago
Comments
FROM THE ARCHIVES - John Kim - investor, entrepreneur, and co-pastor of The166 - It's A Wonderful Thing To Be Called Into Business

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Hannah DeSpain - vocalist and worship leader - Worship in Seasons of Suffering

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Hannah DeSpain is a vocalist and worship leader in Campbellsville, KY, featured on numerous Vineyard Worship projects such asPromises of WonderandAll Things Rise. She sits down with our host Adam Russell, her long-time friend, and shares her life story — from growing up singing in church with her twin sister Sarah to discovering a calling to lead people in worship in college to marrying her husband Matt. Hannah offers some hard-won and key insights as she and Adam discuss walking through seasons of suffering and loss as followers of Jesus.

58 MIN2 w ago
Comments
FROM THE ARCHIVES - Hannah DeSpain - vocalist and worship leader - Worship in Seasons of Suffering

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Sam Yoder - ex-Old Order Amish songwriting chiropractor and author of All Things Rise - Jesus, Bob Dylan, and Carl Sagan

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Sam Yoder is a chiropractor in Campbellsville, KY and the author of the modern Vineyard hymns “All Things Rise,” “Wonderful,” and the upcoming Vineyard Worship single, “Jesus Beautiful.” In this wide-ranging conversation, Sam shares about his journey - from being raised Old Order Amish to discovering the music of Bob Dylan and the writing of Carl Sagan. Sam and Adam cover various topics including the experience of the immigrant and outsider in society, the songwriting genius of Dylan, and Sam's deep love of space and the universe that inspired his upcoming album,The Reaches, featuring songs about black holes and other surprises. Sam is an inspiring and curious person who pursues his creative life with ferocity. This is a fascinating conversation you won't want to miss.

72 MIN3 w ago
Comments
FROM THE ARCHIVES - Sam Yoder - ex-Old Order Amish songwriting chiropractor and author of All Things Rise - Jesus, Bob Dylan, and Carl Sagan

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Carol Wimber-Wong - Co-Founder of the Vineyard Movement - Everyone Needs To Be In Their Place For The Sake Of The Body Of Christ

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! Carol Wimber-Wong was an early Vineyard pioneer and, along with her late husband John Wimber, helped birth the Vineyard Movement. Carol has been closely involved in the development of the Vineyard for over 40 years. In this broad conversation, Adam and Carol discuss her journey of faith and the deep impact the Quakers had on both her and John and the foundation of the Vineyard Movement. They then dive into her perspective on the history of the Vineyard and her dreams for the future Church.

59 MIN3 w ago
Comments
FROM THE ARCHIVES - Carol Wimber-Wong - Co-Founder of the Vineyard Movement - Everyone Needs To Be In Their Place For The Sake Of The Body Of Christ

FROM THE ARCHIVES - David Ruis - songwriter, worship leader, creative catalyst - Our Worship Has To Be Anchored In Compassion And Justice

As we take our mid-season break for the month of July, we have hand-picked some of our favorite episodes from season one! We'll be releasing these curated archive episodes on Mondays and Thursdays. We’ll be back with brand new episodes on Monday, August 3rd! On this premiere episode of the Ferment Podcast Adam sits down with David Ruis, well-known songwriter, worship leader, pastor, and creative thinker. David is the author of many beloved worship songs sung all over the world (You're Worthy Of My Praise (I Will Worship), Every Move I Make, Sweet Mercies) and has spent many years ministering and working on social justice initiatives in Kathmandu, Hollywood, and among First Nations people in his native Canada.

62 MINJUL 9
Comments
FROM THE ARCHIVES - David Ruis - songwriter, worship leader, creative catalyst - Our Worship Has To Be Anchored In Compassion And Justice

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Tina Colón Williams - vocalist, worship pastor, immigration attorney - Don't Be Afraid To Occupy Your Own Voice

Elm City Vineyard Church - New Haven, CT: http://elmcityvineyard.org/ Vineyard Worship's God of Rest (Dios Del Descanso: https://sc.lnk.to/VWgor-s

54 MINJUL 6
Comments
FROM THE ARCHIVES - Tina Colón Williams - vocalist, worship pastor, immigration attorney - Don't Be Afraid To Occupy Your Own Voice

FROM THE ARCHIVES - Jared Boyd - pastor, spiritual director, and founder of The Order of Sustainable Faith - Discernment, Spiritual Direction, And Playing The Long Game

Franklinton Abbey: https://www.franklintonabbey.org/ The Order of Sustainable Faith: https://www.sustainablefaith.com/ Imaginative Prayer: A Yearlong Guide for Your Child's Spiritual Formation: https://amzn.to/38h8T0S

65 MINJUL 2
Comments
FROM THE ARCHIVES - Jared Boyd - pastor, spiritual director, and founder of The Order of Sustainable Faith - Discernment, Spiritual Direction, And Playing The Long Game
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