In episode 007, Jordan and Susanna have a raw conversation about comparison, calling, and navigating the challenges of young adulthood. They ask really honest questions that many millennials are asking, so buckle up!
On this episode, Jordan and AJ talk abut the enticement of self-promotion compared to the way of the Kingdom.
On this episode, Jordan and Susanna answer the question “What do I do if I hate my job?”
In this episode, AJ and Susanna interview Scott Bailey about his mad basketball skills, his understanding of his "calling", and the many twists and turns he took as he journeyed toward his current career position in the medical sales world. Scott truly models what it looks like to live out kingdom culture in the workplace!
In this episode, AJ, Jordan, and Susanna chat about the challenges millennials face when attempting to discern their calling. They reflect on their own stories which bring up questions such as “Does God really have a specific ‘call’ for each of us?” and “How do we decide what to do with our lives?”. Stay tuned for more episodes on vocation/calling.
In part 2 of our “Hot and Holy” series, we engage in a really, really raw conversation about sex and sexual purity. We had a few technical difficulties during recording, so the final product is a little messy and organic - just the way millennials like it!
In our “Hot and Holy” series, we consider what it looks like to live an attractive life of purity for the millennial generation. Part 1 dives right the controversial and “hot” topic of alcohol consumption. Join us as we talk about our experiences surrounding alcohol both in the church and in culture as we seek to answer the question “What NOW?”
In episode 000, we reflect on the first Now Gathering and invite listeners into an ongoing conversation about the millennial generation. As millennials ourselves, we recognize the challenges and opportunities faced by our generation. Rather than shying away from uncomfortable topics, we desire to face them head on from a perspective that is both culturally aware and deeply grounded in faith.