Monthly Archives: March 2018

Rabbi David Markus: The Common Theographic Frontiers of Christianity and Judaism



Join us for a conversation with Rabbi David Markus of Temple Beth-El of City Island, NY, co-founder of Bayit, and judicial referee in New York Supreme Court, Ninth Judicial District, as we talk about the shared theographic frontiers in Christianity and Judaism. Hear David share about his call into to be both a rabbi and a lawyer, majoritarianism versus minoritiarianism, celebrating Shabbat in the New York Bottanical Gardens, and the common ground between Christian and Jewish spiritual pioneers. You can hear conversations with other pioneers like David by subscribing to us wherever you get your podcasts or by visiting us at www.facebook.com/reportsfromthespiritualfrontier.


Sean Peters B-Side – Theater of the Oppressed



Join us for a little more of our conversation with Sean Peters of Mosaic Palm Bay, where he talks about his dream to use Augusto Boal’s Theater of the Oppressed as way to cultivate spiritual community. Hear the rest of our conversation with Sean and other spiritual pioneers by visiting us at www.facebook.com/reportsfromthespiritualfrontier or by subscribing to us wherever you get your podcasts!


Sean Peters – Embracing God’s Surprises



Join us for a conversation with Sean Peters of Mosaic Palm Bay, a diverse community that lives at the intersection of community, art, and justice. Sean shares about his surprising journey from the world of theater to the world of church planting, what it means to embrace the people that God sends to you, and his story of healing from closing one church to planting a new one.

You can find more conversations with people like Sean by following us at www.facebook.com/reportsfromthespiritualfrontier or by subscribing to us wherever you get your podcasts.


Abigail Vizcarra-Perez B-Side: Spiritual Pioneering and Race



Join us for a little more of our conversation with Abigail Vizcarra-Perez of Connexion Tacoma, as she talks about her experience of being a pastor in a white-majority denomination and what it looks like to be a spiritual pioneer and also Mexican-American. You can find the rest of our conversation with Abigail by checking out www.facebook.com/reportsfromthespiritualfrontier or by subscribing to us wherever you get your podcasts.