Episodes

Episode 60: We Have Some Healing To Do (Rewind)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-dea5w-113e3e5 On this special Thanksgiving episode, Dennis reaches back to an episode from March where he talks about the need for common ground. Original Description: Like all good GenXers, Dennis wants to take you back to the 1990s!  In this episode, Dennis recounts an experience he witnessed in a church basement nearly 30 years ago... Continue Reading →

Episode 59: Thank Heaven For Little Churches

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-696kh-113b499 In this holiday week solo episode, Dennis talks about the importance of small congregations and gives thanks to those who listened to his Sears podcast. Happy Thanksgiving! Small Churches Are the Right Size What Really Happened to Sears Who Killed Sears & Kmart? Leave a Rating or Review: https://ratethispodcast.com/churchandmain website: enroutepodcast.org email: denminn@gmail.com YouTube:... Continue Reading →

Episode 55: Marian Edmonds Allen on the Utah Compromise

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-by3sa-111e061  Maybe one of the biggest debates of the early 21st century was the debate about expanding marriage rights to include same-sex couples.  From the minute I got married to my husband in 2007, the fight for same-sex marriage went from theoretical personal.  Between the mid-aughts and 2015, religious conservatives and LGBTQ Americans fought over... Continue Reading →

Episode 56: Michael Kruse on What Christians Don‘t Get About Economics and Racism

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-a67gi-111e025 If you know anything about economics, it has to be the concept of scarcity.  This is the gap between a limited resource and unlimited wants.  Scarcity means making decisions on how to best allocate these resources efficiently so that as many people benefit as possible.  That’s what scarcity means. It’s econ 101.  But when... Continue Reading →

Episode 55: Marian Edmonds Allen on the Utah Compromise

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ux9sa-111a69e  Maybe one of the biggest debates of the early 21st century was the debate about expanding marriage rights to include same-sex couples.  From the minute I got married to my husband in 2007, the fight for same-sex marriage went from theoretical personal.  Between the mid-aughts and 2015, religious conservatives and LGBTQ Americans fought over... Continue Reading →

Episode 54: Yael Ossowski On What‘s So Bad About Facebook

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-n26hd-1119054 Remember around 2009 or 2010 when everyone seemed to love Facebook?  As a pastor, I was told about all the wonderful virtues of social media, especially Facebook.  Mark Zuckerberg, the founder, was an icon.  He visited then-President Obama at the White House.  He got the Hollywood treatment with the movie “The Social Network.”  Remember... Continue Reading →

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