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Subversive Undercroft #26: A message from the Lord!

Subversive Undercroft #26: A message from the Lord!

We’re welcoming another new podcast to our lineup, Subversive Undercroft.

In this episode, we talk about Jonah.  It’s easy to follow God when it agrees with you, harder when it strains against other deeply felt values.

From their website;

We are Lisa and Jon, two Episcopal priests and committed Jesus revolutionaries who think His message has the power to radically transform individuals and change the world.
An undercroft is the the space in many churches that is under the main part of the church. In the same way that Jesus emerged out of the grave, we think there is great life lurking under the surfaces of the institutional church.
Join us each week as we explore the gospel story to see what it might be telling us about our lives in the here and now and share in our prayers – you can even add your own

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