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Saturate Podcast

Churches Owning the Lostness of a City Together

In this episode of the Saturate Podcast, Duke Revard and Jeff Vanderstelt talk with Will Plitt, Executive Director of Christ Together about unifying churches in a city for Gospel Saturation. Will and Jeff make the biblical case for unity on…
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Saturate Podcast

COVID: A Bright Light Shone on America’s Ecclesiology

In this episode of the Saturate Podcast, Duke Revard and Jeff Vanderstelt step in as new hosts to launch a new season. Duke and Jeff discuss how the COVID reality has shone a bright light on how we view the…
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Bible & TheologyChurchFoundationsMission

Powerful Potential

  Welcome to the first in an eleven-part from Alan Hirsch! The current Christian church needs to reconnect, not with a trendy new movement, but with the power of the original one. One of my deepest-held beliefs is that all…
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CommunityCurrent Events

What is Racism?

Cultural terms have a range. Racism is no exception.  Effective transcultural missionaries have the humility to recognize the influence of their own cultural presuppositions. They know they must devote themselves to active listening in order to love and lead well.…
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Saturate Podcast

Episode 104: Where We’re Headed

In this episode of the Saturate Podcast, Brad Watson looks back at the first 103 episodes and makes a few observations on the choices we all face in this "missional moment". Brad also announces an exciting change to the podcast…
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LeadershipPastoringSpiritual Growth

Practical Questions to Identify Leadership Idols

  As a leader, I find my heart constantly running after new gods; the things in which I pursue greater satisfaction, greater security, and greater significance. Only Jesus can save me from such rampant idolatry. However, I must be intentional…
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ChurchCurrent EventsEthics

Statement on Racial Injustice

  https://vimeo.com/432026632 Soma and Saturate affirm the image of God and inherent dignity of all people regardless of ethnicity. We long for a fuller expression of the true reality of the church created in Christ. Jesus taught us to pray…
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DiscipleshipGospelMissionMissional CommunityMissionary

Sharing Hope with Not-Yet-Believing Neighbors

  This post is part of a series on Caring and Sharing Hope during COVID-19. If you haven’t yet, read the first post in the series here. Not-yet-believers have been and will be deeply affected by COVID-19. If they’re not connected…
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Gospel Fluency in Covid-19

    Gospel Fluency in COVID-19 from Saturate on Vimeo. When we're faced with a crisis our tendency often goes to management. How can I manage my behavior, emotions, and beliefs? How can I manage other people's behavior, emotions, and…
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GospelSpiritual Growth

A Worshipful Life in a World of Death

  We have two apple trees in our backyard. All spring our family watches as first leaves, then buds, then flowers grow on the branches. Then, we finally see apples appear— first small and green, but eventually plump and red.…
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ApologeticsChurchFamilyGospelKidsMission

What’s the Point of the Resurrection?

We're about to embark on perhaps the strangest and best Easter of our lives. It will be an Easter without large brunches, egg hunts, and large worship services. In fact, it will be an Easter of sheltering in place, rising…
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GospelSpiritual Growth

Hearing Hope

My wife took our three young kids to her parents’ house this week to add some variety to the suddenly three-week spring break produced by coronavirus-related school closures. The kids are enjoying the longer break and playing with cousins, while…
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ChurchChurch PlantingCoachingLeadershipPastoring

Why Leaders Need Teams

  Life will bring unexpected hardship and, at some point, you will find yourself with diminished capacity. God’s design was that his children wouldn’t be alone—this design is spread all over the pages of scripture. For those called to the…
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DiscipleshipGospelHoly SpiritIdentitySpiritual Growth

How the Gospel Fights Against Our Busyness

  Are You Busy? Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines “busy” as “engaged in action” and for many church leaders and disciple-makers, there is a pride that comes from being engaged in the work of the kingdom for God’s glory. This isn’t a…
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