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Could brain science help our Bible study? Could science help grow faith? Join these conversations on our embodied life and embedded relationships, and what it all means for our life of faith and spiritual formation. Dr. Geoff Holsclaw—a pastor and professor—talks with practitioners, therapists, theologians, and researchers on BEING WITH ourselves, others, and God, all in connection with neuroscience, spirituality, and our life of faith. You can find out more about Dr. Geoff Holsclaw here: ht ...
 
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In families, friendships, and at church, we are surrounded by people who have experienced and live with trauma. Pastor and reconciliation activist Fred Liggin talks about what it means to be a trauma-informed church. Fred Liggin is a pastor and social entrepreneur ministering among the homeless and those struggling with poverty Williamsburg, VA, an…
 
What we attend to, what we pay attention to, becomes our reality. It causes us to see some things and be blind to others. And this is never more true than SEEING the SACRED in our modern world. Dr. Richard Beck, author of numerous books, professor and psychologist, talks about our disenchanted world, the ACHE caused by it, and how to find God today…
 
Why do we do what we don't want to do? Why are we at war within ourselves? And what can we do about it? Jenna Riemersma (LPC) introduces us to "Internal Family Systems" (parts theory), how to grow in self-compassion, and how God is redeeming our hurts, brokenness, and sin. Settle in if you are tired of trying so hard, unsure how to deal with negati…
 
What's grace got to do with the brain? Isn't grace just a theological word about God? But really grace has everything to do with every part of our relationships. Learning to live in grace is essential to being with others, with God, and with ourselves. We're talking about all this with Ed Khouri, co-founder of Equipping Hearts for the Harvest. Ed m…
 
Enough with all this neuroscience, pyscho-bable, and and emotion language. Shouldn't we just talk about the Bible and follow Jesus? We're talking about these common objections with Ed Khouri, co-founder of Equipping Hearts for the Harvest. Ed ministers and trains within the intersection of trauma and addiction recovery, neuroscience, and spiritual …
 
What is fear for? Fear can save our lives, but the Bible tells repeatedly not to fear. Can we learn to act in ways that are more faithful, even in the face of risk? Jason Clark has wrestled with these very demons in himself as a pastor, a professor, and as the leader of the Leadership and Global Perspectives Doctor of Ministry at Portland Seminary.…
 
Are we really responsible for our actions? Or is it just brain chemistry and personal history? Do we really have free will? And what does this mean for our understanding of sin? I talk with Dr. Warren Brown, of Fuller Seminary, about how our brains make meaning for us and with others. Check out his new book, "Enhancing Christian Life" (co-authored …
 
Can we really change our minds? What is the practical application of all this neuroscience talk? Can all this make us more street smart, not just book smart? Glad you asked! Our guest, John Loppnow, a licensed marriage and family therapist, and life coach, leads us through practices that integrate faith and neuroscience. Find John at Presence and P…
 
Our brains have different levels with different functions at each level. This episode, with guest Maribeth Poole, looks at the relational brain and how to ATTUNE to each level for deep connection to others and to God. Don't miss an episode of the Being With podcast on neuroscience and faith. Like, and subscribes, or join the community here (https:/…
 
Is lament a lack of faith, or the fullness of hope? Could the refusal to lament be a "spiritual defense" rather than spiritual maturity? And what do we do when everything in life becomes meaningless? Today we are talking with Megan Anna Neff and Mark R. McMinn about integrating theology and psychology during those difficult times that inevitably co…
 
"I am NOT a Christian. We are Christian." What if your "personal" devotions are anything but? What if you can't really be a Christian alone? What if we need to extend our minds in order to enhance our spiritual life. These questions and more are what we are talking about in this episode, with guest Dr. Brad Strawn. Check out his new book, Enhancing…
 
Can you just turn on Joy like a switch? And does it matter for your relationships? Chris Coursey says yes in his new book Joy Switch: How Your Brain's Secret Circuit Affects Your Relationships--And How You Can Activate It. In this episode you will discover how to know when your joy switch is off how to turn it back on, and what it means for your re…
 
How do disciples grow in maturity? And why do some get stuck while others flourish? And what about the barriers of trauma and abuse? Dr. Jim Wilder is our guest today. He is a Clinical Psychologist & Neurotheologian at Life Model Works. He is author of many books, recently Renovated: God, Dallas Willard and the Church that Transforms and co-author …
 
Neuroscience? If this podcast is all about neuroscience, spiritual formation, and faith, then we need some sort of definition of neuroscience. This episode talks about "relational neuroscience" (really "interpersonal neurobiology"), what it covers and why it matters. Please join the Being With community for episodes, posts, and other resources. Ple…
 
Dr. Geoff Holsclaw talks about why conversations around EMBODIED LIFE, EMOTIONAL REALITY, and our EMBEDDED RELATIONSHIPS is the goal of this podcast, and what it all means for our life of faith and spiritual formation. This is where you should start. Please join the Being With community for episodes, posts, and other resources. Please subscribe and…
 
The Being With podcast is LAUNCHING ON MONDAY, APRIL 12. I've already recorded episodes with: Jim Wilder on Forming Disciples Joel Green Embodied Salvation Maribeth Poole on Attunement and the Brain Megan Anna Neff and Mark McMinn on Lament Chris Coursey on the work of Joy and many others I'm...So...Excited.…
 
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