The Eternal Current Podcast

By Aaron Niequist

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Aaron Niequist hosts a podcast through his book--The Eternal Current--one episode per chapter. Each episode will 1) Reflect on the key idea of that chapter, 2) Have a conversation with someone who is living it out in the world, and 3) Learn a concrete practice that helps us flesh this theme into our hearts, bodies, and relationships. Not merely about ideas...but learning how to swim.

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4 Swimming with the River (with Fr Michael Sparough, SJ)

In Episode 4, Aaron welcomes Fr Michael Sparough, SJ, to explore the idea and practice of The Kingdom of God. What is The Kingdom and how do we learn to swim in it? From a deep foundation as a Jesuit Priest and a lifetime spent walking with Christians as a spiritual director, Fr Michael brings a winsome wisdom to this incredibly important conversation. At the end, he guides a powerful "Sign of the Cross Meditation" that helps us get swept up into the deep streams.

Aug 22, 2019
3 The Birth of The Practice (with the Practice team)

This is the story of the birth of The Practice, which is a practice-based, contemplative, neo-liturgical, ecumenical, eucharistic gathering we started in the Willow Creek Chapel in 2014. Aaron Niequist shared some of the story and then sat down with three founding members--Lori Shoults, Kellye Fabian, and Jason Feffer--to share reflections from the beginning of this experimental community.

Aug 08, 2019
2 Losing and Finding Faith (with Sarah Bessey)

In this episode, Aaron Niequist and author Sarah Bessey share their stories of faith, losing faith, and re-finding it in a new way. The conversation moves into deep and quite honest places, and they try to honor the messy reality of the spiritual life. At the end, Sarah offers three concrete practices that help us not lose our souls in a season of questioning and deconstruction. Friends, new life is possible.

Aug 08, 2019
1 Introduction

In this very first episode, Aaron Niequist shares the heart behind the podcast and the book that inspired it, The Eternal Current. And at the end, you'll be invited to engage a simple and historic practice called Lectio Divina. The Eternal Current journey begins here.

Aug 08, 2019