Beliefs Matter

Welcome to Beliefs Matter, a podcast from the Confessing Movement where our passion is to help persons encounter God’s radical grace and to confess Jesus as God’s son, Savior and Lord. Beliefs Do Matter, Beliefs shape personal faith which often inspires movements of God to impact our world. Each episode we’ll pull up a chair and hear insights from leaders in Christian orthodoxy and the Wesleyan faith and practice with host Rev. Dr. Maxie Dunnam.

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Episodes

Friday Sep 02, 2022

Why does church multiplication matter?  Join Maxie Dunnam as he has a passionate conversation with Rev. Charles Kyker, lead pastor of Christ Church in North Carolina, and with Rev. Jorge Acevedo, co-lead pastor of Grace Church in Florida.   Find out more about the ministry or give to the Confessing Movement 

Friday Aug 19, 2022

Join Maxie Dunnam for his discussion on Sanctification as he pulls up a chair with Peter J. Bellini, professor of Church Renewal and Evangelism in the Heisel Chair at United Theological Seminary, and Kevin Watson, seminary professor and associate pastor for First UMC, Waco, Texas.  What is sanctification in the Wesleyan tradition?  What we believe matters.  Thanks for joining us! Find out more information about or contribute to the ministry of the Confessing Movement here.

Friday Aug 05, 2022

Join Maxie Dunnam for his discussion on Wesleyan Bands, Classes, and Societies as he pulls up a chair with J.D. Walt, founder and Chief Sower at Seedbed, and Kevin Watson, seminary professor and associate pastor for First UMC, Waco, Texas.  How do we recover the discipline of banding together?  What we believe matters.  Thanks for joining us! Find out more information about the Confessing Movement here.

Friday Jul 22, 2022

Join Maxie Dunnam his discussion on the Wesleyan Means of Grace as he pulls up a chair with Andrew Thompson, pastor of First United Methodist Church in Springdale, Arkansas. Thanks for joining us! Find out more information about the Confessing Movement here.

Friday Jul 08, 2022

Join Maxie Dunnam as he has a conversation with Dr. Wes and Joy Griffin from the International Leadership Institute talking about leadership training in the church.  Wes and Joy are the International Directors of ILI.  In-person, online, hybrid, and on-demand leadership training resources can be found at the ILI website and at www.christiantothecore.org. Find out more about, or donate to, the Confessing Movement.

Friday Jun 24, 2022

Why DO beliefs matter?  Pull up a chair and listen in as Rev. Dr. Maxie Dunnam meets with two leading scholars in the Wesleyan tradition, Dr. Ken Collins and Dr. David Watson, to discuss Wesleyan catechesis - what we teach in order to prepare and equip people for discipleship in the Methodist tradition. Ken Collins is the Professor of Historical Theology and Wesley Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky and David Watson is the Academic Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of New Testament at United Theological Seminary in Dayton, OH. The Next Methodism Summit document called The Faith Once Delivered can be read and downloaded here. Beliefs DO matter!   Find out more about, or donate to, the Confessing Movement.

Friday Jun 10, 2022

Join Maxie Dunnam as he has a conversation with Rev. Jessica LaGrone and Bishop Mike Lowry about Holy Communion and the sacramental life.  Jessica is the Dean of the Chapel at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky and Mike Lowry is Bishop Emeritus of the Global Methodist Church. Find out more about, or donate to, the Confessing Movement.

Friday May 20, 2022

Join Maxie Dunnam as he has a conversation with Rev. Leah Hidde-Gregory  and Rev. Jessica LaGrone about women leading us in ministry. Leah is Executive Director of the Smith Center for Evangelism, Mission and Church Growth for the Central Texas Conference and Jessica is the Dean of the Chapel at Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky.  Find out more about, or donate to, the Confessing Movement.

Friday May 06, 2022

Join Maxie Dunnam as he has a conversation with Simon Mafunda and Keith Boyette about why the Global Methodist Church matters.  Simon is the African Coordinator for the Wesleyan Covenant Association and Lay Leader for the .   Keith serves as the Transitional Connectional Coordinating Officer for the Global Methodist Church. Find out more about or donate to here: Confessing Movement.

Friday Apr 22, 2022

Join Maxie Dunnam as he has a conversation with Rev. Greg Stover and Rev. Stephen Sparks about why sharing our faith matters. Greg is a Retired UM Elder and Director of the Global Wesleyan House of Study at United Theological Seminary and Stephen is lead pastor of Maples Memorial UMC in Mississippi.  Both Greg and Stephen serve on the Board of Directors of the Confessing Movement.

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