Tag: podcasts

What does the future hold for CGN?

In this episode of the CGN Mission & Methods podcast, we discuss the future of CGN as a network: What initiatives are currently in the works? How does CGN relate to and work with other groups and churches, while still holding fast to our co...

What is Postmodernism, and Why Should we care?

In this episode, Brian & Aaron begin to scratch the surface of a notoriously hard to define topic: postmodernism, specifically postmodern philosophy. While western culture has been in the grip of a postmodern movement and mood since the 196...

What Should We Do with Our Doubts? - Ft. Dominic Done

Aaron Salvato invites pastor and author Dominic Done onto the show to discuss questions about faith and doubt. Questions asked: 1. What has been your biggest crisis of faith, and how did you overcome it? 2. Growing up in the faith can ca...

When She Leads - A Podcast for Women in Ministry

LEADING PEOPLE TO EVANGELIZE (Released February 15, 2022) Do you have the gift of evangelism? In this episode, we talk through our experiences with sharing our faith and identifying the gift of evangelism in those in our ministry. We pray...

Women in Medicine

Women in Medicine: Today we will be looking at not one, not two, not three...but SIX godly women who God used in remarkable ways in the medical field, both at home and abroad! We will be talking about women from a wide range of backgrounds ...

Women in Ministry: What CGN Churches Believe

In this episode of the CGN Mission & Methods Podcast, we open our Bibles to examine the much-debated topic of the role of women in ministry leadership. As a network, CGN churches are complementarian. In this episode, Nick Cady asks Bria...

Women Worth Knowing: New Podcast by Cheryl Brodersen

Gladys Aylward: Part 1 We open our podcast with the incredible, captivating story of "the small woman," Gladys Aylward, who served as a missionary to China in the early 20th century--such an amazing story that we needed two podcasts to t...

Women, God Wants to Use You

We have a tradition in the West where the groom carries the bride across the house's threshold on their wedding day. Do you know where that tradition comes from? In ancient Greece, women were only considered as having an existence within th...