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Episode 81 is a sermon preached at Trinity Lutheran Church in Brattleboro, Vermont on May 16th on the occasion of their Confirmation of two young men in the rite of Affirmation of Baptism. The reference to the book Primary Speech: A Psychology of Prayer by Ann & Barry Ulanov www.jameshazelwood.net저자 James Hazelwood
 
Episode 73 - We listen to Chapter 23 from the audio version of my book Everyday Spirituality. I originally titled this chapter "Both" but since I had all these verbs for other chapters, my editor talked me out of it. Thus an awkward title for a chapter that tries to get at the idea of paradox. www.everydayspirituality.org…
 
Episode 60 features a conversation with three ministry leaders on the subject of Generosity & Stewardship in a TIme of a Global Pandemic. A brief letter highlighting some of the best practices can be found here. Pastors Marjo Anderson, Erik Karas, and Steven Wilco are my guests.저자 James Hazelwood
 
Episode 58 of the Podcast explores the creation of a home altar. In this episode, which is an audio recording of a YouTube video I made link here we look at an altar I have created over the years. This may be a helpful resource for people cultivating an everyday spirituality, especially in these times of the Coronavirus. You Tube Link https://youtu…
 
Episode 57 I talk with Pastor John Polk, Board Certified Chaplain and Transition Pastor at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in N Easton, MA. John has developed a strategy for providing a Lay led shepherding ministry. We also talk about grief and lament during this time. of the Coronavirus Crisis. John's Paper on the work can be found here Click Link Yo…
 
Episode 56 We discuss the Coronavirus and the ways we can respond. Personal, Spiritual, Communal, Financial and Societal. Everyday Spirituality has applications. here as well. Here is Dr. Sharkawy's letter I’m a doctor and an Infectious Diseases Specialist. I’ve been at this for more than 20 years seeing sick patients on a daily basis. I have worke…
 
In Episode 52, we speak with Emily Carson about her new book Holy Everything. This compilation of selected essays from her regular column in the Rochester Minnesota Post Bulletin Newspaper. Find out more about her book at www.holyeverything.com Emily serves as the Assistant to the Bishop in the Southeast Minnesota Synod of the ELCA. Everyday Spirit…
 
Episode 49 Jeffrey Kjellberg is our guest as we discuss his new book, Imagining a New Church. We discuss how the Christian Church got to its current point as well as some options for moving forward. Jeff's Author website is https://www.jeffreykjellberg.com Kairos website https://www.kairosandassociates.com Information about my work can be found at …
 
We listen to Chapter 3 "Taste" from the AudioBook Everyday Spirituality: Discover a Life of Hope, Peace and Meaning. In this episode we explore the delight of chocolate chip mint ice cream and a thousand other delights, only to realize that every time we eat we are practicing a holy and sacred engagement. You can find the full AudioBook at www.ever…
 
We continue our progress through the chapters of the AudioBook version of Everyday Spirituality: Discover a Life of Hope, Peace and Meaning. This is Chapter 2 "Thank." The full Audiobook version is now available at www.everydayspiritualitybook.com You can also purchase the eBook or Print version on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo and other places wher…
 
Everyday Spirituality Episode 39. This show features the start of a series in which I release the audiobook version of my newly released book Everyday Spirituality. This episode features the introduction to the book, which in many ways sets the tone for the whole work. We'll be working our way through the book every week going forward. However, fro…
 
Earlier this Fall, Dwight Zscheile, a professor at Luther Seminary authored an article/blog post titled "Will the ELCA be around in 30 years?" That article features some research the reveals the dramatic decline of the ELCA projected from 2017 to 2050. In this episode of the Everyday Spirituality Show we sit down, via a telephone, with Dwight and a…
 
Jim reads an excerpt from his new book Everyday Spirituality: Discover a Life of Hope, Peace and Meaning. As we begin a new focus of the podcast formerly known as the Bishop on a Bike Podcast. Chapter 12 from the upcoming book focuses on Questions. www.everydayspirituality.org www.jameshazelwood.net저자 James Hazelwood
 
Episode 36 In this episode we announce changes to the Bishop on a Bike Podcast. The focus will shift toward Everyday Spirituality. As a way to continue the conversations and stories that shape the book Everyday Spirituality: Discover a Life of Hope, Peace and Meaning, which will be released in August 2019. The interview portion is a recording of th…
 
Episode 35 we talk with Emily Swanson of Holy Cow Consulting about their work using the Congregational Assessment Tool aka the C.A.T. https://holycowconsulting.com You can also learn more about the Forward Leadership Community of the New England Synod here https://www.nelutherans.org/resources/forwardleadership Bishop Hazelwood's website https://ww…
 
Episode 33 Dr Christine Helmer of Northwestern University discusses her new book, How Luther Became the Reformer. She argues that the picture we have of Luther today is based on a construct of 19th and early 20th Century German identity. https://helmer.northwestern.edu https://www.jameshazelwood.net https://www.bishoponabike.com…
 
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