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Welcome to 14,000 feet with Nathan Foster, a Podcast focusing on the essentials of Christian Spiritual Formation and applying those essentials to real life. If you’ve been a Christian all your life or are on a spiritual journey, this podcast will challenge your assumptions about living out the Christian faith.
 
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How do we thoughtfully monitor and moderate our consumption of media? How can we fill our minds with what is good and beautiful rather than simply go to media to escape? This episode with Paul Patton—author, playwright, and professor emeritus at Spring Arbor—dives into these questions. Show Notes [2:38] I really liked the subtitle you guys came up …
 
In this week’s episode of the Renovaré Podcast, Nathan talks with Charles Moore, of Plough Publishing, about his upcoming book, Following the Call: Living the Sermon on the Mount Together. Show Notes [2:55] Why is the Sermon on the Mount so important to you at the Bruderhof community? [7:18] Tell me a little about your process of making decisions a…
 
Nathan Foster talks with Rich Villodas, lead pastor of New Life Fellowship in Queens, New York, about his book The Deeply Formed Life, which is the first selection of the 2021-22 Renovaré Book Club. Show Notes [2:08] Your church has a logo of an iceberg. What’s that about? [4:28] Tell us about your book, The Deeply Formed Life. [8:03] Could you tal…
 
In this edited version of a June 2021 webinar conversation, spiritual directors and authors Trevor Hudson and Jan Johnson talk with Carolyn Arends about Christian spiritual direction. They contrast it with counseling, discuss if it's for everyone, and recommend where to find a director. For spiritual direction resources and the full unedited replay…
 
In this talk from the 1999 Renovaré International Conference in Houston, following an entertaining introduction by James Bryan Smith, Richard Foster outlines the practical means by which we grow in grace.โดย Renovaré
 
Jill Weber is a prayer missionary and author who for the last five years has been establishing a new monastic community at the Waverley Abbey Estate in the U.K. Her desire is to cultivate "thin spaces" where Jesus is loved. Show Notes [2:12] Could you share with us about the Waverly project you’ve been working on for the past 5 years, and also abou…
 
In this episode, Nathan interviews Alan Fadling of Unhurried Living, Kristi Gaultiere of Soul Shepherding, and Steve Macchia of Leadership Transformations to discuss spiritual formation and soul care for leaders. Show Notes [5:45] Why leaders? What was it in you that you felt to compelled to move in that direction? [9:55] What are some of the chall…
 
Mark Scandrette talks with Nathan Foster about seeing the world the way Jesus did, the hidden wisdom in the Beatitudes, and applying the Sermon on the Mount to everyday life. Show Notes [1:10] What was Jesus doing with these weird sayings, these Beatitudes? [2:15] How do you think it was received by the hearers? [4:38] In your work, you have 2 line…
 
In this episode, philosopher J.P. Moreland shares honestly about his experience with severe anxiety, and the spiritual practices that helped him receive receive God's peace. [1:08] I’m really interested to know how a philosophy professor ends up writing a book on anxiety and depression. [3:53] The other thing you do that I found really helpful is t…
 
One of the highlights of attending a Renovaré conference back in the 1990s and 2000s was George Skramstad leading songs and hearing his "History of Worship" presentation from the piano. Nathan talks with George about worship as expressed in music and life. Show Notes [3:35] How did you get into music professionally? [6:32] What do you like about mu…
 
Luci Shaw's zest for life is contagious. At 92, the poet and writer is still discovering and creating. She talks with Nathan Foster about her new book, The Generosity, her creative process, and her close friendship with Madeleine L'Engle. Show Notes [2:40] Where did the title of new book, Angels Everywhere, come from? [3:37] The Generosity – where …
 
James Catford, board chair at Renovaré and SPCK (UK's largest Christian publisher), talks to Nathan about a wonderfully practical book with an austere title: William Law's A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life. James is facilitating the Renovaré Book Club starting in April 2021. In the episode, you'll hear Richard Foster and Dallas Willard intro…
 
Writer, teacher, and pastor Keith Matthews had the unique opportunity to teach beside Dallas Willard for 18 years. Pastors and students who had read Dallas would often come and say: "We know his writing is special, but we're here to find out if he's for real." In this episode, Nathan and Keith discuss Dallas Willard's thoughts on character, his leg…
 
"Let's all get maladjusted to a world gone mad," sings Carolyn Arends. In this episode, she shares two songs from her new album—"Maladjusted" and "To Cry for You"—and the stories behind them. You can find Carolyn's music at her website, CarolynArends.com. Show Notes [1:00] Tell us about your new album Recognition. Many of the songs feel like Renova…
 
In this episode, Nathan asks candid questions about race: What's your experience of being black in America? What do you want white people to know? What is the Church's role? Tina Dyer, a racial equi­ty, diver­si­ty, strate­gist and now Renovaré Board member, answers with honesty and humility.โดย Renovaré
 
Eric Peterson used to hide from people who his dad was. Not that he was ashamed—his dad is his hero, as you'll hear in this interview—but he needed to establish his own voice and identity. Now an author and long-time pastor himself, he's glad to say, "Eugene Peterson, that's my dad."โดย Eric Eugene Peterson, Nathan Foster
 
If we cannot trust God to keep bad things from happening to us or to those we love, how do we trust God at all? Author and Anglican priest Tish Harrison Warren wrestles with this question in her new book and in this conversation with Nathan Foster.โดย Tish Harrison Warren, Nathan Foster
 
Richard Foster helps introduce a new podcast from Renovaré called Friends in Formation, featuring Nathan Foster, James Catford, and Richella Parham.โดย Richard Foster, Nathan Foster, James Catford, Richella Parham
 
Eric Eugene Peterson has devoted much of his pastoral life to studying, teaching, and trying to live into what many think of as a one-time act: baptism. Eric helps us dive deeper into the waters of this well-known sacrament.โดย Eric Eugene Peterson, Nathan Foster
 
"Jesus' way of being lifted up is not the way of the world," says author Marlena Graves. "Nouwen called it downward mobility...You might not win accolades but you will bring great joy to God and you will do much good in the world." She talks with Nathan about her new book The Way Up Is Down.โดย Marlena Graves, Nathan Foster
 
Roger Fredrikson, part of Renovaré's Ministry Team, would have celebrated his 100th birthday in November 2020. In this message from the 1999 Renovaré International Conference, his topic is from The Divine Conspiracy, on moving beyond sin management. Dallas Willard and Richard Foster join for Q&A.โดย Richard Foster, Roger Fredrickson, Dallas Willard
 
Put on some headphones, find a comfortable spot, and set your heart and mind on Psalm 19 in this 15-minute guided meditation. This "audio retreat" is a collaboration with Joshua Banner from The Invitation Podcast.โดย Joshua Banner, Nathan Foster
 
Author and spiritual director Fil Anderson takes us deep into the heart, or as he puts it, the womb of mercy. “I’ve come to believe mercy is the most defining characteristic of God.”โดย Renovaré
 
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