Pivot hosts Terri Elton and Alicia Granholm welcome the Director of Evangelical Mission in NW Wisconsin, Erin Nelson.
Hosts Terri Elton and Alicia Granholm introduce the upcoming season three of Pivot, focusing on including the faithful practice and theory of innovation.
Pivot hosts Terri Elton and Louise Johnson take a look back at the memorable moments of season two.
Pivot hosts Terri Elton and Louise Johnson welcome Executive Director of The Fountain Of Youth Program in Dubuque, Iowa, Caprice Jones.
Hosts Terri Elton and Louise Johnson welcome Pastors Sarah and Emanuel of St. Andrews church in San Diego, California to expand on their ministries.
Host Terri Elton welcomes pastor of St. Matthews in Renton, Washington, Kacey Hahn to share her congregations ministry that actively works deep and wide.
Pivot hosts Terri Elton and Louise Johnson welcome guest innovators, Anthony Briggs and Dave Holt.
The open-ended nature of the pandemic has made some of the pivots necessary for ministry more challenging. Pastor Christa Compton joins Terri and Louise for a conversation.
Mission development and faith during the pandemic are the topic of today’s episode. Pastor Maryanne Kehlenbach of Living Faith Church joins Terri and Louise for this conversation.
What can help us prepare for the challenging seasons we are in? Pastor Aaron Fuller, a Navy reserve chaplain and parish pastor, joins Terri and Louise for a conversation around discipleship practices.
Tending the mission and vision of a congregation is still important during a pandemic. How do we do that? Pastor Mike Carlson, of St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church, joins Louise and Terri to explore this and more in today’s episode.
Welcome to season 2. Join Terri Elton from Luther Seminary and Louise Johnson from LEAD as they discuss where we find ourselves now. We continue to live in a liminal space, but even amidst the uncertainty, new possibilities and connections are happening.
As church leaders, the pandemic has been and is causing us to rethink so much. Reflect with us on these changes, specifically around community, capacity, and competency.
Christian innovation is different than secular innovation, but what makes it unique?
Like the times our GPS isn’t able to reroute us, the things we were doing before are no longer working. Where is the church going now? For more, listen to this conversation about creating conditions.