All episodes

A contrast, and a silence. On this weeks reflection, Maicon Steuernagel reflects on the artistic power of Psalm 95. It confronts us with a contrast, and a silence... a kind of stri...

Finding a spot on the river bank... and at the table. Summer has arrived in Norway and in OiC. And that means spending time with the Book of Psalms. But what is so special about th...

A trash collector and the generosity of incarnation. On our last "Letters from Lockdown" reflection, Maicon Steuernagel looks at Paul's awkward thanks for the gift of the Philippia...

Don't worry, be happy? Bobby might have a tune, but Paul has a point. In this Pentecost Sunday reflection, Maicon Steuernagel deals with Paul's insistent call for us to rejoice and...

What's the difference between what encourages, and what discourages you? When we open the Bible, it often feels like it can go either way, especially dealing with the words of some...

Is Paul a first century hipster?! Is this Paul's Instagram feed? This week Maicon Steuernagel takes on chapter 3 of Philippians and talks about pressing towards the goal and the th...

In times of isolation, recognizing and being people who show love just by being around is more important than ever.   This week Jesse Ophoff is sharing about Timothy, Epaphro...

Joy and comfort through self-giving love.   In the third reflection in our "Letters from Lockdown" series on Philippians, Jesse Ophoff explores how Paul uses the example of Ch...

About death, joy and manioc flour Maicon Steuernagel explores one of the scariest dimensions of lockdown, and the possibility of joy and encouragement in the face of that very real...

Older Episodes »

Podbean App

Play this podcast on Podbean App