Church Planting: A Good Thing After Lots of Therapy | #4 Tear Gas & Gumdrops

Chris Morton shares a little about how a few good failures and lots of therapy led him to Church Planting. He explains why he chose Church Planting over other ministries, and wistfully pontificates on the needs for multiethnic churches.

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Good Reasons to Leave Church | #2 Tear Gas & Gumdrops

Why do some people stay in church when other quit?

Kyle and Chris reflect on those in their cohort who have left the Church and those who have stayed. They try to list legitimate and illegitimate reasons to stay or go. It’s a harder task than they thought it’d be.

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Still in Ministry After 10 Years | #1 Tear Gas & Gumdrops

Pastors drop out. Church Plants fail.

Kyle and Chris met in college 10 years ago, both with ideas of what ministry could be.

They’ve seen a lot of ups and downs, and for some reason, they are both still at it. Find out why.

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Let’s Be Honest About Ministry & Mission | #0 Tear Gas & Gumdrops

In this short introduction to Tear Gas and Gumdrops, Chris and Kyle tell the listener what to expect from the podcast, and their fears about Star Wars Episode 7.

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A Podcast About Pain & Sweetness in Ministry