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Inland Journal

Doug Nadvornick

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Inland Journal is a half-hour public affairs program that includes news features and interviews produced by SPR staff, reporters from the Northwest News Network (N3) and others. The program has a regional focus that reflects the broad listening area of Spokane Public Radio.
 
The Spurgeon Fellowship Spokane, in partnership with The Gospel Coalition Inland Northwest, seeks to encourage and equip pastors in the Inland Northwest regional area. For more information visit https://inw.thegospelcoalition.org. If you are experiencing a technical difficulty with this podcast or one of the episodes please contact Jason at jjupchurch@yahoo.com.
 
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Each year we revisit the vision of Inland Hills Church and what it looks like to connect people to Jesus in a post-Christian culture. How can we as a faith community meet our friends, families, and neighbors in the places they are while living out the vision God has for our lives?Inland Hills Church
 
Present experiences can lead to future transformation. This is a message both about youth and about you. The next generation is wrestling with many questions, but are these questions so different than the ones we are asking ourselves?Inland Hills Church
 
Our human desire for “greatness” can lead us to do some pretty crazy things! What’s Jesus’ idea of greatness, and how can we follow His teaching and example of loving God and loving others? A personal journey through foster care offers one lens for understanding how we can put “both/and” loving into practice.…
 
Heart conversations can be hard conversations, but they are necessary to confront the false statements and narratives we tell ourselves. You can not change what you do not confront. When we are not transparent with our words and our thoughts, they become a hiding place and create disconnection.Inland Hills Church
 
When we're freaking out about something, we often want other people around us to support us by freaking out too. But the presence of calm doesn't mean the absence of care. Jesus was often calm and walked at his own pace, even when those around him were not. Our fears pressure us into wanting more control. But the opposite of fear is love, not contr…
 
When we first put our faith in Jesus we are usually hyper aware of our need for him. But as he begins to transform us there can be a tendency to forget where we came from and to begin judging those outside of the church who don't live like us. Sometimes we’re so thankful for who we are that we forget who we were. Josh Crain kicks off our weekend te…
 
Today, Josh Crain closes out our teaching series called Bringin' Home the Bacon. Sometimes we need to stop and celebrate the things that God is doing in the midst of our community. Because of your generosity we have seen people commit to Jesus, lives transformed, and communities blessed this year. We celebrate today because your giving is changing …
 
Two things are true: it’s your money. And it’s *not* your money. It’s your money, so you should find ways to spend it that delight you and make your world a more enjoyable place. And it’s also all a gift that you steward as it flows to you and it flows away from you. The great wisdom teachers found in the Scriptures are constantly giving us two par…
 
If we push past the discomfort of talking about money, we’ll discover a powerful truth: money is always teaching you. Money can act as a mirror, reflecting and exposing the narratives and resentments we have. If we shift our mindset around finances, we’ll discover there’s a wealth of wisdom and understanding to be found.…
 
Jesus is usually admired as a good moral teacher even by those who deny his divinity. But is “good moral teacher” a category we can place Jesus in? Did he claim to be God? Is it possible he was crazy? Did his first followers radically alter the message that he preached? Did he actually rise from the dead? The goodness of God and the validity of Chr…
 
The tragedy of the Uvalde shooting this past week, along with the recent shootings in Laguna Woods and Buffalo, are a horrific reminder of the brokenness of our world. Our hurting nation and communities need the message of Jesus more now than ever before... but has the institution of “the evangelical church” lost its influence due to its own leader…
 
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