What Comes After

Synopsis

A conversation among three young pastors about the New Reformation in Christianity and its various expressions.

Episodes

  • Episode Six: How to Take Care of Yourself

    Episode Six: How to Take Care of Yourself

    12/04/2017 Duration: 22min

    It’s important to recognize what you need as a leader to persevere for the long-haul. In this episode Christina, Jason, and Emily discuss how they stay encouraged as leaders.   

  • Episode Five: Things I Would Have Done Differently

    Episode Five: Things I Would Have Done Differently

    12/04/2017 Duration: 22min

    Jason, Christina, and Emily talk about their experiences church planting (including a plant that didn’t make it) and what they would do differently knowing what they know today. They also talk some nuts and bolts of church administration and give practical advice other planters could find useful.  

  • Episode Four: Miranda as Guest

    Episode Four: Miranda as Guest

    12/04/2017 Duration: 30min

    Miranda Hassett, rector of St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church in Madison, WI, joins the Expressions team to talk about her unique perspective on changes in the larger church. Miranda has her doctorate in anthropology and shares the way she thinks about church and ritual and how we can adapt liturgies so they’re accessible for people newer […]

  • Episode Three: Church Planting

    Episode Three: Church Planting

    11/04/2017 Duration: 21min

    Both Christina and Emily started churches from the ground up, and Jason created an alternative service at the American Baptist church where he pastors. In this episode the three hosts talk about the various strengths and challenges of each approach to doing something new, whether building something entirely new or adopting practices within an existing […]

  • Episode Two: Numero Uno for Real

    Episode Two: Numero Uno for Real

    11/04/2017 Duration: 20min

    In this episode we talk about why we’re doing this podcast and why this particular conversation matters to us.

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