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In this podcast, Paul E. Miller, author of A Praying Life, invites you into a conversation about Jesus and how he lived as a person. Ministry and conversation partners, Liz Voboril and Jon H., join Paul in exploring the details of Jesus’ earthly life. In attending closely to the cadences of the one person who lived a perfect life, we gain a clearer vision of what it means to be human. Learn more about Paul Miller and his ministry at seejesus.net.
 
From James Andrew Miller, creator of the innovative hit podcast Origins, comes Origins Originals—full-length podcast interviews with celebrated subjects featured in “Origins” Chapters – from Larry David, Cheryl Hines, and J. B. Smoove, to Bill Simmons, Michelle Beadle and Keith Olbermann -- and many more. Origins explores the beginnings of significant phenomena in television shows, films, music , even human relationships; Origins Originals will showcase the discussions from those shows in th ...
 
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This episode is part of a series titled A Praying Church. Bob Allums, Director of seeJesus's A Praying Life Ministry, joins Paul and Liz Voboril for this series. “The rising side is really what makes the J-Curve the J-Curve. Because in Jesus' day and Paul's day, everybody knew about the dying side. I mean that's what paganism was. Paganism was a ma…
 
"This parable is trying to show is the current management model of the church which puts prayer in the periphery is simply crazy. Like you have an organization where you ignore your CEO. It’s just bad management and it comes under the guise of good management." "How odd it is that the church worships Jesus spends little very little time waiting and…
 
This episode is part of a series titled A Praying Church. Bob Allums, Director of seeJesus's A Praying Life Ministry, joins Paul and Liz Voboril for this series. "In leading prayer meetings, I don't want to overwhelm people. I don't want to make it a pietistic guilt trip. I don't want to go legalistic. I want the prayer meeting to function the same…
 
This is episode is part of a series titled A Praying Church. Bob Allums, Director of seeJesus's A Praying Life Ministry, joins Paul and Liz Voboril for this series. "I remember when I was 17 sitting in the pews of this small 60-person church where dad was a part-time pastor. He was so excited about Jesus, and I knew enough to think that you can't b…
 
This is episode is part of a series titled A Praying Church. Bob Allums, Director of seeJesus's A Praying Life Ministry, joins Paul and Liz Voboril for this series. "Jesus focuses on teaching his disciples how to pray, and it begins with them requesting it. Jesus doesn't teach them until they're eager to learn. They've got to want to do it.” "If yo…
 
This is episode is part of a series titled A Praying Church. Bob Allums, Director of seeJesus's A Praying Life Ministry, joins Paul and Liz Voboril for this series. "The first glimmer of the church is in Genesis 4:26. At the end of this chapter, in the midst of this sort of descent into evil, people begin to call upon the name of the Lord. What jum…
 
This is the first episode in a new series titled A Praying Church. Bob Allums, Director of seeJesus's A Praying Life Ministry, joins Paul, Jon Hori and Liz Voboril for this series. "In Luke you have the praying Jesus, and in Acts you have the praying church. But over the past 50 years, corporate prayer has been on very significant decline in the Am…
 
This is the fourth and final episode of our Advent series called, "Joy of Every Longing Heart." Liz Voboril and Jon Hori interview Ian Nagata, a missionary in Japan who serves both as an associate pastor and musician. You've heard Ian's music as it opens and closes each podcast episode! "In The Pastor’s Kid, Barnabas Piper writes, 'I grew up knowin…
 
This is the third episode of our Advent series called, "Joy of Every Longing Heart." Liz Voboril and Jon Hori interview Jill Miller and Felicia Grandinette about their experience with discipling people with special needs. "One day Kim was very frustrated with work—she walks dogs, going from house to house with an aide. She came home fired up, lit u…
 
This is the second episode of our Advent series called, "Joy of Every Longing Heart." Liz Voboril and Jon Hori interview Robert Row, seeJesus's Student Ministries Coordinator, and hear more of his story and his heart for junior and senior high school students. "At some point as a church we're going have to look in the mirror and ask the question wh…
 
Today we begin a new series for advent, titled, "Joy of Every Longing Heart." In each episode, Liz Voboril and Jon Hori will interview a different staff member or trainer about how they've seen Jesus and see others seeing Jesus. We start with an interview with Laura McCaulley, seeJesus's Central Florida Trainer. "I remember sitting on the back pati…
 
This episode is the fourth and final in our mini-series on Leadership. "One of my primary tax tasks as a leader is to create foster and encourage a praying community and then my second task is to be a praying leader myself." "The heart of it is not the discipline of praying but the awareness that the spirit of Jesus sits at the center of all Jesus'…
 
This episode is the third in a mini-series on Leadership. "I love the older term ‘missionary order’ because that it conveys a sense of calling and ordering. There's a long tradition going back to the earliest monasteries in the late Roman era of having an actual written document that defines what your community is like." "Every community has weeds,…
 
This episode is the second in a mini-series on Leadership. "One of the proverbs that is just drilled in my heart is Proverbs 27:23, 'Give attention to your flock.' Solomon says pay attention your flock because riches do not last forever. Organizations of any size get complacent - they just do... It's easy to not take the time to tend your garden." …
 
This episode is the first in a mini-series on Leadership. "To concentrate on where something's not working is a dying because no one likes to stare at failure. But I find that kind of dying produces the spirit's life." "I remember being physically sick at the thought of disappearing but that's how the Kingdom works." "It's the people working in IT,…
 
This episode is the seventh in a series called "Forming a J-Curve Community," based on Part 5 of Paul's book, J-Curve: Dying and Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life. "All of God’s principles aren’t enough—God needs to be at the center of his principles. What does that look like? That’s the Spirit." "I’ve got this map, and I’ve got my goal on my jour…
 
This episode is the sixth in a series called "Forming a J-Curve Community," based on Part 5 of Paul's book, J-Curve: Dying and Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life. "Some of the Corinthians called themselves the elite, the 'spiritual' ones. It sounds like it was an early version of Gnosticism. They considered themselves 'spiritual' and looked down on…
 
This episode is the fifth in the "Forming a J-Curve Community" series, based on Part 5 of Paul's book, J-Curve: Dying and Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life. “The new way of getting power is the Spirit. The way Paul accesses that power is the same way Jesus did in his death and his resurrection – it was through dying. In effect, Paul is re-enacting…
 
This episode is the fourth in a new series called "Forming a J-Curve Community," based on Part 5 of Paul's book, J-Curve: Dying and Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life. “The 'health and wealth' gospel has come out of an environment where we have taught justification without the J-Curve. The health and wealth gospel is basically that Jesus is for me,…
 
This episode is the second in a new series called "Forming a J-Curve Community," based on Part 5 of Paul's book, J-Curve: Dying and Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life. “Behind every faction, there’s some idol in the center. A tribe is always centered around something that it is worshipping." "You don’t get at power by seeking it – you get at power …
 
This episode is the second in a new series called "Forming a J-Curve Community," based on Part 5 of Paul's book, J-Curve: Dying and Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life. “What we’re going to look at is the very first problem Paul tackles in Corinthians 1, and it’s the problem of tribalism…. They’re starting denominations, but they’re about 1500 years…
 
This episode begins a new series called "Forming a J-Curve Community," based in part on Part 5 of Paul's book The J-Curve: Dying and Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life. “Babbius’ monument [in Corinth] is telling us a story, and the story, or narrative, is about what is important…. Being seen and honored and known is what life is about here. What Pa…
 
This is the fourth and final episode in a series called Hope and Direction in a Time of Crisis. These episodes have been excerpted from free webinars hosted by Paul Miller and conversation partners Jon Hori, Liz Voboril and Keith Grant. “Generally speaking the emphasis within our therapeutic world is either improving the self with some kind of wisd…
 
This is the third episode in a series called Hope and Direction in a Time of Crisis. These episodes will be excerpted from free webinars hosted by Paul Miller and conversation partners Jon Hori, Liz Voboril and Keith Grant. To view upcoming webinars, visit seejesus.net/events. “Sometimes it's hard for us to get into touch with what the Apostle Paul…
 
This is the second episode in a new series called Hope and Direction in a Time of Crisis. These episodes will be excerpted from free webinars hosted by Paul Miller and conversation partners Jon Hori and Liz Voboril. To view upcoming webinars, visit seejesus.net/events. “One of the tendencies that we have as believers is to edit our prayers to get t…
 
This is the first episode in a new series called Hope and Direction in a Time of Crisis. These episodes will be excerpted from free webinars hosted by Paul Miller and conversation partners Jon Hori and Liz Voboril. To view upcoming webinars, visit seejesus.net/events. “We’re separated from this text by 2,000 years, but you can feel Paul’s emotions.…
 
In this final episode in our Lenten series, we turn our attention to the resurrection. “The way Jesus announces [his resurrection] is pure Jesus. We discover that Jesus has been just standing there quietly with Mary, saying nothing. I love that. It’s so like him to just be present with Mary. Generally speaking the more powerful our voice is, the mo…
 
Jesus doesn’t say he’s troubled in spirit. John, who is just to his right, picks it up. If you are aware of someone—you love them, or you are just an astute observer of people—you can tell when they are anxious. I think this is one of three references that John has to Jesus' anxiety. And they are all surrounding the passion. What I love about it is…
 
“God in his wisdom is kind of bringing a poverty on the entire world. It’s striking, especially in America. We have a Declaration of Independence so it’s written in to our seminal documents that we should not be constricted by anybody. And yet God is constricting us." “I'm not saying the virus is a beautiful thing, but all suffering for those of us…
 
In this episode, we look at how Jesus' sadness as he nears the cross is another window into his personhood. “It really is true that Jesus is present. He's present with not only their rejection of him but with himself. He's comfortable being sad. And I don't think as Christians we're that comfortable or we hear much teaching on the negative emotions…
 
This episode continues our series on Paul's latest book, J-Curve: Dying and Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life. “As Americans we have a whole declaration of no limitations, but the very nature of love is to have your freedom constricted. What we’ll react to sometimes in a difficult relationship to the feel of the relationship—I have to be careful w…
 
This episode begins a new series on Paul's latest book, J-Curve: Dying and Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life. “The American church is like me at the back of the plane, at many levels, thinking everything has gone wrong. And part of what has gone wrong is that we don’t really have any teaching on dying and rising with Jesus." “We’re missing a signi…
 
This episode wraps up our conversation about how Jesus became a missing person. “Secular-liberalism itself is no longer aware of its Jesus roots. What it’s done now is still hold on to Jesus, but no longer as a person, just his attributes.” “Political correctness is simply Jesus’ attributes, secularized." “One of the big passions of my life is for …
 
This episode continues our conversation about how Jesus became a missing person. “In classical Greek literature, people are defined by their central characteristic. Achilles in the Iliad is swift; he is swift Achilles. Everything he does is swift. Erich Auerbach* compares that to Jacob. If you look at Jacob, in the first part of his life he’s just …
 
In this episode, we begin a conversation about why paying attention to how Jesus interacts as a person feels so strange and unfamiliar to many of us. “When it comes to repentance and holiness, it’s almost like we’re good at the dying—at sin identification—but the resurrection, the beauty formation, is weak. If we don’t have a vision of the person o…
 
In this episode, we look at how Jesus greets Mary Magdalene in John 20. “Jesus is the same person pre-resurrection and post-resurrection. I think I could pick him out at a party. I’d look around and hunt for the person who is being quietly attentive to someone who is unimportant. That would be Jesus!” “'Mary!'” It’s so Jesus to say that. It’s pure …
 
In this episode, we interview Tyler Johnson, Lead Pastor of Redemption Church in Arizona, about how seeing Jesus has made a difference in his life. “The biggest thing that pressing into Jesus has cultivated in me is the need to depend more on the Father through prayer…” “Jesus was the most dependent human being who ever lived." “If we saw a middle-…
 
In this episode, we reflect on the two scenes studied thus far and begin to see some of the elements of Jesus' beauty that captivate us. “Jonathan Edwards said Jesus combines 'divine excellencies as otherwise would have seemed to us utterly incompatible in the same subject.' When you see opposites like compassion and honesty come together in a pers…
 
In this episode, we continue our study of Jesus' conversation with Pilate in John 18. “Jesus enters Pilate’s world. It’s not like Jesus is just witnessing to Pilate. He is doing that, but it is inseparable from incarnating, entering his world." “Love moves toward people." “Jesus forbears. It’s one of the fruits of the spirit, usually translated as …
 
In this episode, we shift our focus to Jesus' conversation with Pilate in John 18. “Pilate asks Jesus, 'Are you the King of the Jews?' Almost everybody takes that at face value, but it is almost certainly a mock. Let’s think about it. Everyone in this situation knows Jesus is not the King of the Jews ... Pilate is mocking Jesus. After this scene, t…
 
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