Doug talks about gaining God’s perspective from God’s sanctuary, in God’s presence.
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Doug talks about how life is full of suffering yet we don’t always examine the cause of our suffering. He looks at living for our will or the will of God. A show about treating the cause of our symptoms.
Doug shares his testimony of encountering God’s presence. He also talks about manure sprinklers.
Doug talks about times of refreshing from the breath of God. He looks at the Holy Spirit as breath and life.
Doug talks about how we are only fully human in and through community. He looks at how community helps us understand God and ourselves.
Doug shares his life verse and talks about God being strong in our greatest weaknesses. He also addresses his fear of being murdered while traveling alone and his disdain for most continental breakfasts.
Doug looks at something pastors and theologians seldom discuss: God limited human capacity and divided human community. A provocative show about the power of humans and the plan of God to stop us from destroying each other, his plans and his creation.
Clay Days by Doug Bursch Our tomorrows are clay men waiting for the breath of God. Someday God will choose to withhold His breath from the timetable of humanity. Until then, we take this enlivened day as a gift. The dust has been formed and animated by the breath of God. So we sing, dance, […]
I’d like to think that when God spoke the world into existence, it sounded more like a melody and less like a command, more like a song than an instruction. We try to make the way we communicate truth hierarchical. We give the sermon precedence over the song, the doctrine authority over simple heartfelt tears; […]
Too often, we present faith as the acceptance of theological distinctives, rather than the embrace of an eternal relationship. Sometimes we are more concerned with right thinking than right abiding. With this in mind, I’d like you to consider the condition of your relationship with Jesus. More specifically, what does your spiritual house look like? […]