008 Hope Shifting

Photo used courtesy of  Redeemer Church , Modesto CA

Photo used courtesy of Redeemer Church, Modesto CA

It is so easy to shift our hope and look for identity in things of the world and in the bondage of religion. Why do we do this? Where should we be looking for our identity, our purpose, our value, and our hope?

On this edition of theMangoTimes podcast, Fletch attempts to define the idea of Hope Shifting and idol worship. 

This is the graphic Fletch mentioned during the podcast that depicts the pendulum of living in gospel centered identity.

Episode Timeline
7:50 Guest - Jim Applegate
13:00 Guest - Kendra Fletcher
17:00 Guest - Bill Kenoyer
19:55 Guest - Kristi Gregg

Quietly making noise,

Fletch

007 Gospel Amnesia

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On this edition of theMangoTimes podcast, I share a recording from several years ago. In 2011, Kendra and I had the chance to share our testimony at the Easter morning service at our church (Redeemer Church, Modesto). I spoke about our journey from a rigid legalistic behavior-based practice of our faith to the freedom that Jesus brings in the gospel. What we told people was that we woke up from a bad case of gospel amnesia!

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Quietly making noise,

Fletch