Episode 13: Conversation with Mark Huber

Experimentation, Mission, Networking and Graham

Thank you for support our podcast the last six months.  It is hard to believe that we were sitting down with Bishop Elizabeth Eaton six months ago and now we are experiencing so much growth and opportunity because of our podcast.

We want to continue to bring you value in what we are doing and we want to help you connect your faith with your life.  We have multiple projects we are working on and we are excited to share some of those things with you as we move forward.

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This week we sit down with Mark Huber who is the pastor of Sanctuary Church in Marshfield, MA.  Mark is a mission developer, a musician, a great pastor and Mark and his wife Sara wrote the 2 Bald Pastors theme music.  We hope you enjoy this episode of the 2 Bald Pastors.

 

Episode 11: Interview with Rich Melheim

The Brain, Faith Formation, Family, and Faith 5

Today we offer you our interview with The Rev. Dr. Rich Melheim.  Dr. Rich is the Founder & Chief Creative Officer for Faith Inkubators.  He is an entrepreneur, author, semiotician, cartoonist, comedian, speaker, publisher, playwright, songwriter, family counselor, business systems consultant, amateur complexity theorist, log cabin builder, preschool designer, and student of the human brain, Melheim has appeared on 50 network television news shows from WNBC-NY to KTLA to CNN consulting on family issues.

An ordained Lutheran pastor with a BA in Journalism (UND – 1977), an MDiv in Theology (Luther Seminary 1981) and a DMIN in Semiotics and the Future (George Fox Evangelical Seminary – 2013), Rich has invested his ministry in creating Christian education systems that pull parents into the core of children, youth and family ministry “every night in every home.”

Rich is the founder and initiating force behind Faith Inkubators, a Christian education systems design think tank. He founded and serves as CEO and Chief Creative Officer of Faith Inkubators, the Faith Inkubators Foundation, and the Preschool Incubators Project, a new entity dedicated to creating “access to excellence” in early learning through the arts.

We talked with Rich about the projects he is working on, and the importance of family in connection with our life of faith.

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Episode 09: Interview with Pastor David Hansen

Call to Ministry, Spirit of Joy! Prayer and Preaching

Today we offer you our interview of Pastor David Hansen who serves Spirit of Joy! Lutheran Church in The Woodlands, Texas.  David is a blogger and social media guru.  He is a creative and passionate pastor and in his spare time he is a celebrity blogger for Lent Madness and a facilitator for Church and Social Media #chsocm, a weekly Twitter conversation founded by his friend and mentor Meredith Gould.  You can learn more about David’s and his work in The Lutheran, Church Marketing Sucks, and Church Leaders.  You can connect with David on Twitter, and Facebook.

We talked with David about his call to ministry, his church,  his prayer practice, his view on preaching and much more. We hope this episode inspires you to connect with God, the church and to learn more about yourself.

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Episode 07: Interview with Pastor Keith Anderson

Camp Calumet, Digital Cathedral, Social Media and Much More

We interviewed Pastor Keith Anderson who serves at Upper Dublin Lutheran Church in Ambler, PA.  Keith served in the New England Synod for many years and is a good friend.  Not only is Keith an amazing pastor but he is an accomplished author and speaker.  His most recent book The Digital Cathedral is a must have for any church professional who is interested in engaging in social media.

We talked with Keith about Sneakers for Sarah, Camp Calumet, Humble Walk Lutheran Church and a number of other things connected with his life and ministry.

Enjoy our latest offering of life and ministry in this podcast.

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Episode 05: The Farewell Tour

Interview with Lost and Found

LOST AND FOUND, Michael Bridges and George Baum, have been traveling around the world performing concerts of their original music and making friends in the process, since they were in high school. Their music is the kind of thing that often prompts reactions like, “Well, I have never heard anything like that before.” Michael and George admit it is a unique sound. Yet, just as they started their musical tours by riding bicycles coast to coast and performing on borrowed instruments wherever they were welcomed, they continue to encourage all who hear them to “do what you can with what you have for the glory of God,” as they make their own sound with just two instruments and their voices. Their concerts are interactive, driven by the audience. Each show is different–always spontaneous, improvisational and musical, and often poignant, occasionally funny. Some have said their music is “acoustic thrash.” Some have called it “heavy mental” owing to all the lyrical content in each three-minute song. And some have simply said, “Well, at least it’s organic.” However you choose to characterize the sound, if you see these guys play, you’ll find that all are welcome, that strangers become friends at the concerts, and that the music of faith is fun.

We had an amazing conversation with George and Michael as they began their final weekend of touring.  They started their weekend at Faith Lutheran Church in Gardner, MA.  Lost and Found then traveled toSt. James Lutheran in St. James, NY and finally ended up at The Life Church in Westbury, NY and Long Island Lutheran High School Brookville, NY.

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Episode 04: Being the Church in the World

A Conversation with The Reverend Doctor Clint Schnekloth

Today we have a conversation with Clint Schnekloth who is the lead pastor at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Fayetteville, Arkansas. He previously served as pastor of East Koshkonong Lutheran Church. He lives in East Fayetteville, with his wife and three children, all ages eight and under. Previously, Clint has served as a global missionary with the ELCA in Kosice, Slovakia, Camp Director of Camp Shalom, Maquoketa, Iowa, and various gigs as youth minister and camp counselor.  He is also the director of the ELCA Clergy Facebook page and the author of Mediating Faith: Faith Formation in a Trans-media Era which is available through Fortress Press.

Clint earned his Doctor of Ministry degree at Fuller Theological Seminary. His focus is on social/new media and faith formation. Previously, Clint was a fellow at the Center of Theological Inquiry in their Pastor-Theologian program.

We explore with Clint a number of topics including Clinical Evangelical Education as Clint talks about in this blog post, the new social media platform Blab.im and many more topics.  Enjoy the latest episode.

If you would like to connect with Clint you can find him on Facebook, Twitter and his blog Lutheran Confessions.

Episode 01: Interview with Bishop Eaton

We are excited to share with you our interview with Bishop Elizabeth Eaton, the presiding Bishop of the ELCA.  In this interview we talk about ministry, wellness and at the end we ask one of the most important questions of the interview.

We hope you enjoy our very first episode of the 2 Bald Pastors podcast.

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