Table Talks // South Street Kitchen – Episode 1

Episode one of the This New Republic Table Talks.

Listen in to Pastor Colin and Beth Blois, Pastor Jo Willis and Pastor Tebo Mpanza as they have a conversation about life, the church, and all things students and young adults.

Ricochet: Jo Willis – Just So Happened

It ‘just so happened’ talking about how to live a life beyond coincidence, believing that as we live by a conviction that God has put us somewhere specifically, rather than we are there by coincidence, then we can live as if God is going to use us to ricochet into other peoples worlds with the gospel.

Jo Willis – There’s More to the Miracle

Students & Young Adults Pastor Jo Willis brings an incredible message about the hand of God as we travel into and through our miracle. We can think when we’re in the miracle that all that matters is the outcome, but on the journey, God can work wonders in our hearts and open our eyes to His goodness.

Ditch Diggers – Jo Willis

Sometimes it’s not the glamorous heights we need to seek to serve our God-given dreams. Sometimes we need to dig down, to dig in with prayerfulness and faith. Ditches don’t just supply your present, they serve your future. We need to be a people who pray, a family who look to God, a body of ditch diggers.

The Spectacular Inconvenience – Jo Willis

There’s nothing convenient about life with God. Pastor Jo Willis shares a powerful message about stepping out of our comfort and convenience.  There’s something beautiful about the inconveniences of God, because there’s something spectacular to be found on the other side.