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More Than Sunday:  Season 6

In each episode Rohini Drake, Director of Welcoming and Online Ministries, is joined by Senior Pastor Dr. Clayton Oliphint and a guest to discuss the topic of the day in an effort to bring to light questions many of us have but sometimes don't know how to ask.


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Episode 1  •  Oct 5  •  Why do bad things happen to good people?  •  with Rev. Allison Jean

Episode Extras:
•  Kate Bowler - Podcast:; Books: 
•  Every Moment Holy - Liturgies for everyday life: 
•  JOHNNYSWIM - "Devastating" 
•  Eulogy for Alex - Ten days after his son, Alex, was killed in a car accident, Rev. William Sloane Coffin delivered this sermon to his congregation at Riverside Church in New York City.

Episode 2  •  Oct 12  •  What is the church of tomorrow?  •  with Rev. Lisa Greenwood

Episode Extras
•  God's Mixed Ecology: The Changing Spiritual Landscape by Lisa Greenwood 
•  Bowling Alone by Robert Putnam
•  Cote Soerens 
•  The Nearness Coop

Episode 3  •  Oct 19  •  How do I find my purpose?  •  with Rev. Sarah Marsalis-Luginbill

Episode Extras:
•  Callings by Gregg Levoy
•  Everything Belongs by Richard Rohr
•  Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller
•  Liturgy of the Ordinary by Tish Harrison Warren
•  Wholehearted Faith by Rachel Held Evans
•  Practicing Our Faith by Dorothy Bass
•  Together by Larry Duggins
•  The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark Comer
•  The Book of Joy by Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu
•  Parker Palmer: writer, speaker, activist
•  Brené Brown: author, speaker, podcast host

Episode 4  •  Oct 26  •  How do we have difficult conversations?  •  with Rev. Richie Butler

Episode Extra:
•  Together We Can

Episode 5  •  Nov 2  •  What do United Methodists believe?  •  with Rev. Allison Jean
Bonus Episode  •  Nov 9  •  What do United Methodists believe? Part 2  •  with Rev. Allison Jean

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