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The Unchurching Podcast

Right now millions of believers are leaving the organized church, without abandoning their faith. Join Richard Jacobson, author of Unchurching: Christianity Without Churchianity, and his good friend, Gunnar Falk, as they discuss real life experiences in genuine spiritual community, outside the box.
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Dec 12, 2016

In this episode, Richard and Gunnar interview Jon Zens, author of A Church Building Every 1/2 Mile: What Makes American Christianity Tick? https://www.amazon.com/Church-Building-Every-Mile-Christianity/dp/097652225X/

Jon shares some mind-blowing insights about Christ’s relationship to his church. To explore these ideas further, check out Jon’s YouTube videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLImBHw_HSjqjG701IbM-fA/videos?flow=grid&sort=da&view=0

9 Comments
  • a year and a half ago
    Andre
    Beautifully Said...Ima Born again Believer that left the institutional Church buildings about 7 years ago...I currently fellowship with my wife and 5 children but have a STRONG Desire to be amongst other Brethrens in the FAITH...Any advice?? I believe The Scriptures and My ONLY Desire in LIFE is to Follow the WORD Of GOD to the BEST of My Ability...Grace and Peace and thank you for sharing this Gem..
  • a year and a half ago
    Kim M Kirchhofer
    Will be listening to these posts as they come to my e-mail. Did get one that I was to hit the subscribe link, but it didn't work. Maybe send me another one and see if it will work. Not sure if the problem is on my end or yours. Loved the book. Kim
  • a year and a half ago
    Marc Goodman
    Jons comments are spot on. Many Christians feel that they can not experience Jesus in this way (present via the Holy Spirit through the body) but we have been meeting for five years, honoring and developing the believing priesthood, and experiencing the resurrected Christ in a vibrant free way.
  • a year and a half ago
    Lindy Combs
    It is so astounding about the way Christ chose to describe His Body. Since I learned so very much about human body function, I see how His Body is supposed to function, and it is just like the human body: the liver and pancreas are always interacting. The brain (head/Head) is in constant communication with all of that body. When the body hurts, the whole body hurts...itching anywhere is a command to the fingers, etc., etc., it is so precise. And when one part of our human body is served by the immune system to heal it, the entire internal organ system is blessed. ¶ Oh man...soo profound. We in His Body are literally Body Parts. Just amazing!! I don't have a group for meeting, but I am still a definite part of His Body.
  • a year and a half ago
    Lindy Combs
    Jon said such a profound statements at 4:27 through 5:50...about Acts 9 and what Colossians 1:24 says...truly a jaw dropper about Jesus still living on earth, through us. None of that ever before penetrated me! He is literally living on earth! WOWZER!!
  • a year and a half ago
    Ken Turner
    This has made me realise that even though we know we are part of the body we do not understand the importance of who and what we are.
  • a year and a half ago
    timothy mark Sauder
    This is important and something i have taught for years. Being bought up evangelical i saw the individual gospel divorcing itself from the corporate. Unchurching is a bad metaphor since we are talking mostly of undenominationalizing.
  • a year and a half ago
    Debra
    Awesome. God Bless we must collectively come together
  • a year and a half ago
    Debra
    Awesome. God Bless we must collectively come together
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