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Saturate Podcast
November 8, 2017

Episode 024: How Churches Can Work Together for Gospel Saturation

In this episode of the Saturate Podcast, Brad Watson talks with Nathan Cedarland about how churches on the Washington coast are collaborating to equip and multiply missional communities and practical steps other churches can take, too.
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ChurchSaturate PodcastTransitioning
October 4, 2017

Episode 020: There Are No Silver Bullets

In this episode of The Saturate Podcast, Brad Watson hosts special guest Daniel Im to discuss his new book: No Silver Bullets. Their conversation dives into the research and concepts driving his book and how leadership is more about micro…
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ChurchMissional Community
September 19, 2017

Making Unity a Priority

  The temptation is to give up and think that this kind of unity would never work, but we believe that this vision is near to the heart of God and that we can move forward with confidence in his…
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Saturate Podcast
September 5, 2017

Episode 016: What Is Saturate?

In this episode of the Saturate Podcast, Brad Watson is joined by Saturate co-founder and visionary leader, Jeff Vanderstelt to talk about his passion for the mission of Saturate. The also talk about what they see God doing in the Church today…
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CommunityMission
August 1, 2017

Working Alongside the Para-Church

  I’ve been on full time staff with Fellowship of Christian Athletes for about 5 years.  My staff focus has been primarily on working with 6 high school campuses and a handful of middle schools in our suburban area.  Although…
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DiscipleshipSpiritual Growth
May 30, 2017

If My Love for Jesus Changed Me…

  Guest post by Deron Spoo for Saturate. I am a public follower of Jesus. I am only being honest when I admit my growing unease and sense of helplessness as cultural norms drift away from Christian standards. My daily…
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Arts & CultureDiscipleshipFoundationsMission
October 19, 2016

The Search for Meaning

(Part four in the Recovering Missional Moxie series from Alan Hirsch. Read part five here.) We are all born into a culture that gets to shape us—in fact, disciple us—from the time of birth to death. The overwhelming economic and social environment in…
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