@ Sea With Justin Mcroberts

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Speaker, author, musician, curator

Episodes

  • @ Sea Podcast #41: Ben McBride

    @ Sea Podcast #41: Ben McBride

    16/03/2020 Duration: 36min

    It’s one thing to say “we’re in this together.” It’s another thing entirely to practice “belonging” and pay the kind of price required to actually broaden one’s tent; to include people who would just as soon exclude or eliminate you from the socio-cultural mix altogether.  For many years now, Ben McBride has been doing the […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #40: Jeremy Jones

    @ Sea Podcast #40: Jeremy Jones

    05/02/2020 Duration: 46min

    This episode airs in February of 2020 and gyms all over the country are wrapping up their New Year’s deals to entice newcomers. It’s a poorly kept secret in the fitness world that most gyms (24 hr Fitness, Planet Fitness and the like) harvest the majority of their memberships in January and then.. come February […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #39: Michael Frost

    @ Sea Podcast #39: Michael Frost

    07/11/2019 Duration: 58min

    In a recent poll of Australians, 70% of those polled claimed to mistrust religious leaders. Of course, I don’t spend a lot of time searching Australian polling data. I saw this because I pay attention to author and missiologist Michael Frost. Michael,  has spent much the past two decades tilting his ear towards those who live well beyond […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #38: Cameron Dezen Hammon

    @ Sea Podcast #38: Cameron Dezen Hammon

    10/10/2019 Duration: 56min

    In his early letters to Jesus followers the Apostle Paul regularly and specifically warned against a religious philosophy called Gnosticism. In short, Gnosticism valued immaterial things and particular devalued the human body.  Over 2000 years later, it seems to me that disembodiment of various kinds continues to pose a threat, not just to a healthy […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #37: Kirsten Powers

    @ Sea Podcast #37: Kirsten Powers

    17/09/2019 Duration: 35min

    The power of those who identify, translate and communicate current events is truly massive; sometimes frighteningly so.  In 1978, Science fiction writer  Philip K. Dick warned against the power of what he called “the media,” writing…  “I distrust their power. They have a lot of it. And it is an astonishing power: that of creating whole universes, universes of the […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #36: Jamie Tworkowski

    @ Sea Podcast #36: Jamie Tworkowski

    20/08/2019 Duration: 48min

    World suicide prvention day is Sept 10 this year. If you’ve been around my life or work for any stretch of time, you know that suicide, depression and related realties have played a significant role for me, in the show of my father’s suicide in may of 1998. I can trace back just about all the work I do as an artist and advocate to […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #35: Sarah Thebarge

    @ Sea Podcast #35: Sarah Thebarge

    24/07/2019 Duration: 01h05min

    I met Sarah Thebarge in Houston at a gathering of speakers and artists focused on advocating for children in poverty. I was immediately struck, not only by how articulate she was but by the depth and breadth of her definition of human flourishing. That depth and breadth runs through all her work and every conversation […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #34: Dr. Christena Cleveland

    @ Sea Podcast #34: Dr. Christena Cleveland

    20/05/2019 Duration: 01h02min

    I first met Christena Cleveland across the street from a conference where, later that day, she would speak on issues of race and the long road towards unity among Christians. Her presentation was 3 minutes long. What I left that conference with was’t just what I heard Dr. Cleveland present in her few minutes.. but […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #33: Andrew Osenga

    @ Sea Podcast #33: Andrew Osenga

    29/04/2019 Duration: 57min

    That songwriting is an art is widely understood. What can be messy or confusing is what becomes of any art, and particularly songwriting, when it becomes a job, a business or an industry. And then, what becomes of the people who identified as professional artists when the season changes and the industry evolves?  Part of […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #32: Aaron Niequist (full interview)

    @ Sea Podcast #32: Aaron Niequist (full interview)

    26/03/2019 Duration: 57min

    For a season, Aaron Niequist worked at a church called Willow Creek in the Chicago area; a church that functioned as a kind of flagship for mainline christian Chruch practice. He also served at Mars Hill in Grant Rapids Michigan, a church whose culture was often seen as a next step away from (if not […]

  • @ Sea Podcast 31: Jen Hatmaker

    @ Sea Podcast 31: Jen Hatmaker

    06/03/2019 Duration: 46min

    Welcome to Season 4! And what a way to kick it off! In the fall of 2018, I got to spend a few weeks on the road with Jen Hatmaker and Nichole Nordeman on their Moxie Matters tour. For 15 nights, I got to play songs and then watch  rooms full of women (and a […]

  • @ Sea Podcast Season 3 Recap/Review

    @ Sea Podcast Season 3 Recap/Review

    17/01/2019 Duration: 22min

    Take a brief tour through some of the key moments in conversations that defined Season 3 of the podcast. My guests: – Dominique Dubois Gillard   – Sandra McCracken   – Carlos Whittaker   – Jeremy Cowart   – Michael Mcbride   – Matt Shotwell   – Scott Erickson   – Jonathan Merritt   – […]

  • @ Sea Podcast 30: Jer Swigart on the “Migrant Caravan”

    @ Sea Podcast 30: Jer Swigart on the “Migrant Caravan”

    04/12/2018 Duration: 56min

    On March 25, 2018, women, men and children from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador began walking north toward the US border. As weeks passed, their numbers grew… and their story began to move toward the stoplight of major American News sources. Of course, the tint of that spotlight varied in shade depending on its source. […]

  • Special Episode: Reflecting On The Death of John Chau with Matt Mikalatos

    Special Episode: Reflecting On The Death of John Chau with Matt Mikalatos

    25/11/2018 Duration: 48min

    Earlier this month, John Allen Chau was killed by members of one of the most isolated peoples on earth. According to his own journal, Chau was committed to sharing what he knew of Jesus with the Sentinelese people…  and even after being forcefully deterred several times prior, returned the island of North Sentinel on Nov […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #29: Jonathan Merritt

    @ Sea Podcast #29: Jonathan Merritt

    08/11/2018 Duration: 53min

    In her landmark book “Caring For Words in a Culture of Lies” Marylin McEntyre writes… “If language is to retain its power to nourish and sustain our common life, we have to care for it in something like the way good farmers care for the life of the soil, knowing nothing worth eating can be […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #28: Scott Erickson (Part 2)

    @ Sea Podcast #28: Scott Erickson (Part 2)

    18/10/2018 Duration: 43min

    This is part two of my interview with visual artist and storyteller Scott Erickson. If you haven’t had the chance to check out part one, it’s not necessary to hear it first .. but… it might be helpful.. and it’s a great conversation. The second half of our conversation turns more specifically to the role […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #27: Scott Erickson

    @ Sea Podcast #27: Scott Erickson

    26/09/2018 Duration: 55min

    My guest on this episode is long-time friend and co-creator Scott Erickson. He and I created and released the book “Prayer: 40 Days of Practice” a few years ago and his partnership has been not only enjoyable but enriching and transformative. Scott’s work as a visual artist and storyteller comes from and carves out what […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #26: Matt Shotwell

    @ Sea Podcast #26: Matt Shotwell

    22/08/2018 Duration: 47min

    Jan 1 2018 was a landmark day for marijuana legalization in CA. For many, the moment was another stumbling misstep towards even more compromised societal norms. For others, including my guest, it was a hard-fought-for moment emblematic of a culture coming to its senses and embracing a kind of inevitable tide. Either way, It was […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #25: Michael McBride Returns

    @ Sea Podcast #25: Michael McBride Returns

    18/07/2018 Duration: 01h04min

    “The days are coming,” declares the Sovereign Lord, “when I will send a famine through the land— not a famine of food or a thirst for water, but a famine of hearing the words of the Lord. – Amos 8:11 You may have noticed a bit of a lag between episodes of this podcast. If you’ll allow… that lag […]

  • @ Sea Podcast #24: Jeremy Cowart

    @ Sea Podcast #24: Jeremy Cowart

    21/04/2018 Duration: 51min

    You may have heard the rumor or legend or sorts that certain cultures throughout history have been at least suspicious or cautious about photography in fear that something of the soul was captured in the process. The other side of that coin is that, to many purveyors of the arts, a great portrait actually has […]

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