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Two Pastors' Podcast

Listen in on conversations between Pastors Beth Scibienski and Michael Droege, two old friends and colleagues who talk about life, love, politics, culture and everything in between.

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Jul 29, 2016

The two pastors explore the foundational stories from their third grade social studies classes: Lewis and Clark, the Louisiana Purchase, Ellis Island, living north of the Mason Dixon Line, and so forth. So often, these stories are the lenses through which we watch, understand and engage our current social context. What...


Jul 22, 2016

We are all finding ourselves in conversation these days with people who disagree with us, who have different ideas of what the world is and how it should be. The two pastors talk about the value of conversation, particularly when the goal is deepening a relationship rather than convincing someone of something.  


Jul 15, 2016

Some say mission trips don’t effect real change. The two pastors talk about their experience with mission trips, and the criticism and value of experiencing differences with the intent to serve.

This podcast had all kinds of beautiful interruptions that exist for pastors in the summertime. Also, Pastor Michael...


Jul 8, 2016

The two pastors converse casually for a bit as they set up to record. They ease into talking about the value of volunteering with children and youth during the summer months with programs like Vacation Bible School (VBS), Crafts for a Cause and other creative summer programming options.


Jul 1, 2016

The two pastors talk about setting the cadence and pace for community life and change so that we are able to let go and move into what comes next.