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While many Christians in America battle for political and cultural ascendancy, the humility that paves the way for witness is often left by the wayside along with the souls of my generation. Many in my generation have walked away from the church. I've spent some time thinking about why I haven't. After all, I saw the same things, went through the same struggles to come to terms with faith in the face of an American brand of Christianity that seemed to put America before Christ. This podcast ...
 
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Cocoanut Grove

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Cocoanut Grove

Katie Dessin, Ashleigh Hansen

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LA is: superficial, busy, careless, smelly, dirty, faithless...we've heard it all. Sure, we can acknowledge the parts of it that are less than ideal. But LA is also deeply connected, calculated, present, curious, creative, and passionate. There are multiple faces of LA, and anyone who visits will experience it in different ways. This city breathes. It's alive and commanding. Your best self lies on the other side of these experiences. Join us, Ashleigh and Katie, as we explore hot button issu ...
 
NUGGETS OF GODLY WISDOM *** Each nugget covers one topic that is 5 - 10 minutes in length *** No complex theological teachings - just practical, easy-to-understand Bible truths that can change your life and help you make a difference in the lives of those around you *** My heart is to teach the Millennial Generation that life will never be boring when you learn to hear the Holy Spirit, walk in obedience to what He says, and allow God to use you however He desires. God wants to use you to mak ...
 
“When men have realized that time has upset many fighting faiths, they may come to believe even more than they believe the very foundations of their own conduct that the ultimate good desired is better reached by free trade in ideas — that the best test of truth is the power of the thought to get itself accepted in the competition of the market” - Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., Abrams v. United States (1919) Some of the most important issues that face society today are diff ...
 
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Ashleigh and Katie invite their first guest onto the podcast to discuss the healing properties of psychedelic medicine, who is and isn't right for this journey, and what it might entail. In this episode they explore first-experiences, cautious tales, and where the future of mental health is headed. Join in on the conversation! If you enjoyed this e…
 
EP TWO: This week Ashleigh and Katie discuss what fast fashion is, the environmental impacts, and what our alternative options are. But is fast fashion all bad? Listen along and join the discussion. Part One: Weekly Catch Up, 0:00-23:39 Part Two: What is Fast Fashion? What Can We Do?, 23:40-1:04:12 FOLLOW US! TCGP Ashleigh Katie Mentions: @oldloser…
 
Welcome to the Cocoanut Grove! As the start of the three-part premiere, Katie and Ashleigh tell their moving stories, reflect on their favorite parts of LA, and share some laughs over a glass of wine. Part One: Weekly Catch Up, 0:00-12:42 Part Two: About Katie & Ashleigh, 12:43-23:41 Part Three: Q&A, 23:41-43:52 FOLLOW US! TCGP Ashleigh Katie If yo…
 
Approximately 25% of identified pregnancies end in miscarriage. All of us know someone who has lost a child in the womb, or perhaps we have lost one ourselves. Abbey Wedgeworth discusses this difficult topic with great sensitivity, responding to grief with gospel truth. Her book Held: 31 Biblical Reflections on God’s Comfort and Care in the Sorrow …
 
"What does Athens have to do with Jerusalem?" That was the question the Church Father Tertullian asked, and ever since then Christians have been attempting to answer it. Can we use ideas taken from secular philosophy to inform our understanding of theology? Is there even a difference between philosophy and theology? Dr. Alex (Shao Kai) Tseng stops …
 
What role does the imagination play in helping people understand and appreciate the gospel of Jesus Christ? That's the question that Justin Ariel Bailey asks in his book Reimagining Apologetics. We discuss how Christians can share their faith in what has been dubbed the "Age of Authenticity," when a person's individual experience is seen as the bes…
 
The Heidelberg Catechism tells us that our only comfort in life and death is that we belong to our faithful Savior Jesus Christ, but for many people in the modern West, this seems like a false comfort designed to keep us in chains. In his new book, You Are Not Your Own, Dr. Alan Noble argues that the false promises of self-belonging have left us wi…
 
The past few years have revealed the extent to which sexual abuse has plagued both the Church and society as a whole. How should we talk to our children about this issue, and how can the Church improve its response when predators are reported in our midst? Author and advocate Rachael Denhollander stops by to discuss these important topics, providin…
 
In this penultimate episode, I share why I stayed in the Church. Despite all that has come before, I am still here. Not only that, I share why I love the Church. The story relates how I was ministered to by a southern Pentecostal African-American man and later, unexpectedly became partners with a Nigerian evangelist as I journeyed towards a greater…
 
Have you heard the term systematic theology but don't know exactly what it means or how it is different from other ways of studying theology? In this episode, Dr. Gray Sutanto of Reformed Theological Seminary discusses what systematic theology is and how it is helpful for the average Christian, providing some tips for those who want to try it out f…
 
What about abortion? What about socialism? What about gay marriage? The party wars are so embedded within the framework of the American church that political conservatism is sometimes treated as equivocal to Christianity. We need to re-imagine our relationship to politics if we are to reach the millennial generation.…
 
"Believe in yourself." That's the message most of popular culture gives us, but it's not what the Bible teaches. Author Jen Oshman stops by to explain how we can go from stressed out self-promoters to joy filled children of God by the power of the gospel. Also in this episode: Jen tells us the weirdest food she ever tried while serving as a mission…
 
The year 2020 brought into glaring focus just how broken our society is, and just how desperate many in my generation are for change. Working as a nurse during 2020, it was the year that I once more lost faith in the decency or progression of human society. This episode covers the racial, physiological, and social pain that tore through the country…
 
The need for intellectual humility isn’t just a philosophical idea, it is a gospel mandate. In this episode, I examine how Paul made intellectual humility a central tenet of his gospel ministry. Paul strove to know nothing but Christ and him crucified. If the American Church is to better reach the lost of my generation, they must embrace this centr…
 
In the presence of fundamentalist certainty, questions were not always well-received. This episode dives into the theory of human intellectual weakness and the basis of human reason and logic. Ultimately, humans are much less intelligent than we might think, and this episode lays the groundwork for why that is -- from the ways our brains work to de…
 
Our God is a songwriter who inspires us to praise Him with music. Christian recording artist Jon Guerra aims to use his musical talents to inspire others to spiritual meditation. He stops by to discuss his motivations and inspirations, the story behind this podcast's theme song, and his and his wife's contributions to the films of director Terrence…
 
Even as I participated and even led in ministry, I was wracked with questions. As I looked out at the world and looked within myself, my prayer became, “God, I do not know how you can be good. But you’re all I have. Please help me.” This episode examines my lowest point in my struggle with faith, mental health, and physical health. It was a journey…
 
Many in the millennial generation, like myself, were taught to follow our dreams. Some Christian leaders went further -- they told us that if we pursued our God-given dreams, God would empower us to fulfill them. We were taught to look within ourselves for these dreams. But is this at all what the gospel teaches? And what were the results for mille…
 
This episode introduces the podcast series and dives into the nationalism and wars that served as a backdrop for the coming-of-age of the millennial generation. American patriotism was interlaced with Christianity in my upbringing, and it served as one of the original points of questioning in my journey to come to grips with faith. **Content Warnin…
 
We live in a secular age where distraction is all the rage. So says Alan Noble, author of the book Disruptive Witness. He discusses the forces in our society that make contemplation of spiritual matters difficult and gives some ideas for how Christians can break through the distractions to provide a powerful witness the world. Also in this episode:…
 
How could so many Evangelical Christians vote for Donald Trump, a man who seems thoroughly opposed to certain Christian values? That's a question many have been asking. Author Kristin Kobes du Mez attempts to answer it in her book Jesus and John Wayne, which examines how many Evangelicals in America have tended toward patriarchy, militarism, and na…
 
The past few years have seen many discussions in American society and the Church about how we handle issues of race and ethnicity. Author Jasmine L. Holmes has addressed this topic from a very personal angle, writing a series of letters to her own son called Mother to Son: Letters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope. She has some excellent insights…
 
So many Christian parents want to know how best to raise their children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. (Ephesians 6:4) Yet with the dizzying array of resources out there and strategies being promoted, it can be difficult to know where to start. Today's two guests have taken it back to basics with their Baby Believer series of primer boo…
 
The story of the Bible is the story of covenants. If we do not have an understanding of how God covenants with humanity, we cannot properly grasp the intent of the biblical authors and the theology they taught. In his book The Mystery of Christ, His Covenant, and His Kingdom, Samuel Renihan provides an overview of all the covenants in the Bible, in…
 
This week's guest is Matthew Lee Anderson, author of The End of Our Exploring: A Book about Questioning and the Confidence of Faith. All of us have questions about God, the purpose of life, the problem of evil, and other serious issues. How do we ask those questions in a manner that honors God, and how can Christians create communities in which peo…
 
Author Rachel Joy Welcher stops by to discuss what got left behind at the purity ball. About twenty years ago, a torrent of literature related to sexual purity was unleashed in Christian bookstores. It spawned an entire culture with purity rings, True Love Waits concerts, and yes, even purity balls. Some of it adhered to biblical truth...but some o…
 
In the beginning was a bunch of words spoken by a host about the purpose of this podcast. Special guest Jai Mantravadi interviews host Amy Mantravadi about what motivated her to start the (A)Millennial podcast, what listeners can expect, and how she prefers to name goldfish. Also in this episode: Amy explains her theological background and why her …
 
We learn about a non-profit organization called Free The Captives Houston that fights modern-day human trafficking of teenage girls, statistical background and information about the prominence of human trafficking, how to get involved, and how many lives have been impacted by their efforts. Plus we have a Fashion Show giveaway!…
 
In this episode, we learn about Rachel’s background and written work particularly on Relevant Magazine. We discuss the rising circumstances regarding mental health, personal experiences and helpful resources. Rachel shares her story dealing with anxiety and panic attacks, and her experience with Christian faith and her mental health.…
 
If God has told you to take a stand against something wrong, He will give you the strength and encouragement you need for as long as you need it to continue the fight. It is amazing who and what He will use to help you get through tough times. http://who-god-is.com/right-is-right-even-if-everyone-is-against-it…
 
God doesn’t require perfection and “having it all together in advance.” He wants to use you starting with where you are now to carry out His "purpose" for your life. http://who-god-is.com/accomplishing-gods-purpose-is-the-greatest-thing-you-can-pass-down-to-future-generations
 
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