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Inland Journal is a half-hour public affairs program that includes news features and interviews produced by SPR staff, reporters from the Northwest News Network (N3) and others. The program has a regional focus that reflects the broad listening area of Spokane Public Radio.
 
The Spurgeon Fellowship Spokane, in partnership with The Gospel Coalition Inland Northwest, seeks to encourage and equip pastors in the Inland Northwest regional area. For more information visit https://inw.thegospelcoalition.org. If you are experiencing a technical difficulty with this podcast or one of the episodes please contact Jason at jjupchurch@yahoo.com.
 
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This week: How to Lose a Culture War In 1991 James Davison Hunter wrote a book and titled it with a phrase for what he saw playing out in America’s fights over abortion, gay rights, and religion in public schools: “Culture Wars.” In 2014, CNN published an article by Rachel Held Evans entitled “How Evangelicals Won a War and Lost a Generation.” What…
 
This week: How to Think Jesusly The earliest Christians encouraged followers of Jesus to take every thought captive to Christ, to put on the mind of Jesus, and to have the same mindset of Christ. Which begs the question: how did Jesus think? What was unique about his thought patterns and worldview that might shape our own? Series overview: Are you …
 
This week: How Culture Shapes Us Christians say they want to live more like Jesus. Even non-Christians say that want Christians to live more like Jesus. So why don’t they? It’s time to explore two of the most challenging barriers to living the life Jesus has invited us into: the culture in which we live and the culture in which Jesus lived. Series …
 
Week 3 - For many of us, Santa Claus embodied the magic of Christmas when we were children: a selfless, timeless being who rewarded good behavior with lavish gifts. But where did our modern-day understanding of Jolly Old St. Nick come from? And how is he perceived around the world? And what does any of that have to do with Jesus? Series overview - …
 
Week 2- Bright whites, multicolored bulbs, incandescent string lights, icicle LEDs… Christmas lights strung from our rooftops are a sure sign of the season. One of the most famous fictional characters of Christmas even has a light-up nose that saves Santa! What if we could see all these lights as more than seasonal whimsy and, instead, a reminder o…
 
Each Christmas season millions of Americans place trees in their homes — draped in lights, engulfed in ornaments, a bundle of beautifully wrapped gifts gathered beneath the branches. It’s a beloved tradition with a complicated origin. What if a guided tour of the Christmas story meant you’d never look at a Christmas tree the same way again? Series …
 
Week 5 - "Be 1 of 11" Jesus founded the Church and invited each of us to play a role in it. But what is the church? What is its’ purpose? And what role, if any, are we invited to play in it? Series overview: The hit television show Ted Lasso took the world by storm because of its positivity, humor, and the charm of its lead character. A number of i…
 
Week 4 - "Be You" We can expend so much energy trying to be other people that we never become the best version of ourselves. How do we become satisfied with the life we’re living and stop spending so much time pining for the lives of others? Series overview: The hit television show Ted Lasso took the world by storm because of its positivity, humor,…
 
Week 3 - "Be Curious Not Judgmental" Most of us grew up hearing the adage, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” And yet we make snap judgments about people we encounter every day. Jesus - and Ted Lasso - had a knack for connecting with people by asking questions. What attitudes and practices can we develop to encourage health and new understanding in…
 
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