Samantha Holland started podcasting so she could ask people her endless questions. In addition to Created For, she hosts Listener podcast for Cru staff. A native Oregonian, Sam lives in the forest with her family and enjoys walking amongst the fir trees, greeting neighborhood cats and writing poetry on Instagram. She’d love to connect with you there. @slholland
Author and Bible teacher Jo Saxton invites listeners to align our lives with the Word, the way, and the work of the Kingdom of God. She discusses contextualized theology, burnout and losing your way, and what it looks like to serve God within the confinement of our current realities.
Pastor of New Life Church in Queens and author of The Deeply Formed Life, Rich Villodas invites us into a life of discerning God’s presence. This episode explores staying present with one another despite our differences, embodiment as an outworking of the gospel and redemptive uses of technology to draw us to God and to each other.
David Robbins shares how following Jesus requires surrender, vulnerability and community. The president of Family Life, he shares his journey through a variety of realities, including the changing seasons of marriage and family, life in New York City and navigating a global pandemic.
Even though Liz Bohannon didn’t get funded on Shark Tank, she kept dreaming. One small dream at a time, she watched a global community form through her business, Sseko Designs. She shares about creating instead of always critiquing, focusing on what we are for and not against, and what she learned from a statue in the park near her house.
Chris Ghubril grew up bicultural, in white churches and schools, yet with 100% Arab American parents. Listen in as he describes how his story has informed the work he does to pave the way for other bicultural Christians, and to reach people across cultures for Christ.
Elizabeth McKinney invites you to reimagine loving your next-door neighbor. In this episode, she explores giving and receiving other people’s kindness, her experiences neighboring during a pandemic, and why healthy boundaries help you love others well.
Justin Giboney shares how his own story informed his views on ideological tribes, community and social action. He invites us deeper into our calling as believers to love our enemies using our ‘moral imagination,’ to live in community, and to stay anchored in scripture.