As those familiar with Saint Paul know, our vision as a community is to be inclusive of all and lead with love in ]our relationships. But at the core of our day-to-day lives, we also think deeply about our faith: What does it mean to be a Christian in everyday contexts? We know that life is complicated—so, too, is the Christian response to life. This podcast, led by Jeffrey Steen and Pastors Kevin Maly and Don Sutton, is designed to discuss some of life’s more curious and challenging moments. We’re not promising answers—we’re just talking about it what means to be a Christian in today’s world.
To that end, you’ll find most episodes deal with world events, and also discuss topics of concern to us and the world at large. We’ll tackle everything from the old-timey-ness of the Roman Catholic Church (along with all of the problems and benefits that tradition creates), to very human things like depression, commercialism, and how to get along with your family during the holidays.
Podcast episodes will be posted every two weeks, and will feature different guests as schedules allow. You, the listener, will also have the chance to send in comments and questions via Twitter and e-mail. Those accounts will be set up soon, and posted on this page. And if you heard about a story or news event on the show you’d like to learn more about, we’ll post links here so you can read up and read on.
Mostly, though, we just ask that you sit back, relax, and soak in the conversation, laughter, and good times enjoyed during the show. It’s just a little something we’re calling our “New Tradition.”