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Ep 93: Gratefulness, Hope, and COVID - with guest John Van Sloten We are a COVID-weary people.  It&#8217;s been about a year since lockdown really began.  Happy quarantine-versary?  But in all seriousness, we often have been talking about COVID, but we rarely talk about gratefulness and COVID in the same sentence.
Yet, while teaching us how to properly wash our hands and all sorts of ways to estimate the distance of six feet, perhaps this pandemic has taught us something else &#8211; how to be grateful.  Today our guest is John Van Sloten. John is a pastor, writer and (occasional) seminary teacher from Calgary. He&#8217;s been part of 5 Templeton Foundation-funded projects over the past 10 years—each exploring the intersection of faith and science in the context of preaching.  John talks to us about a different side of COVID &#8211; how mask-wearing can be a spiritual exercise, why people, in this case doctors and nurses, risk their lives for strangers, and how we can all learn a little something about what gratefulness and COVID have to do with one another, and perhaps change for the better when this is done.
You can follow John at @johnvs7.
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John Van Sloten Interview John Van Sloten is a pastor, teacher and writer who lives in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. For the past 20 years he’s been exploring a worldview that seeks to discern God's voice in all things: the Bible, the arts, sport, science, film, music, literature, history, mathematics, nature and human nature. His first book, The Day Metallica Came to Church: Seeing the Everywhere God in Everything (Square Inch, 2010), listened for God's whispers in pop culture. His second book, Every Job a Parable; What Walmart Greeters, Nurses and Astronauts tell us about God (Navpress/Tyndale (US) and Hodder and Stoughton (UK), 2017), listens for God's words at work. He’s been awarded two John Templeton Foundation grants to explore the intersection of faith and science in the context of preaching, and he is currently writing his third book on God's revelation through the human body.
John Van Sloten In this episode John Van Sloten talks about the Theology of the new Calgary library in a way that will change how you think about your Faith and Life.
John van Sloten | Metallica, Your Job, and God's Presence Everywhere "There's something about naming God's goodness in a thing that softens your heart toward it."—John van Sloten.
Episode 55 of Spirituality for Ordinary People features an interview with John van Sloten. In it, we focus on three areas: 1) God's presence in popular culture 2) Our jobs as parables for understanding God
The interview is a deep dive into understanding the revelation of God. How is God speaking / or revealing himself.
Key Learnings
There is always an opportunity to learn about or know God.
We are made in the image of a God who works, therefore our jobs are imaging of God.
Things to Think About
Reflect on your work. How is your job a parable for understanding God?
Spiritual Practices Discussed in this Episode
This whole episode is about seeing God everywhere!
Links and Resources:
John van Sloten's Website - includes the sermons referenced in the interview
The Day Metallica Came to Church: Searching for the Everywhere God in Everything
Every Job a Parable: What Walmart Greeters, Nurses, and Astronauts Tell Us about God
 
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Romans (22 of 28): Finding God Everywhere - John Van Sloten We return this year for a penultimate swing through Paul’s letter to the Romans. We’ve been working our way, chapter-by-chapter, through this monumental letter. And this year, we pick up where we left off last spring starting in chapter 9. Romans is full of heavy theology, but underneath it all is the tender heart of a disciple who wants to communicate the story of Jesus. What is the “good news” of Jesus Christ? Why do people need to hear it? How can we experience it? What will it mean for our future? And what does Jesus have to do with our everyday lives? It’s these fundamental questions that form Paul’s agenda in Romans—an agenda dictated by a combination of audiences, circumstances and purposes but always pointing us back to Jesus.★ Support this podcast ★
Elevating the Discourse with John Van Sloten (Pastor/Author) In part 3 of our Sinai and Synapses interview series, we are talking with Rev John Van Sloten. He is a pastor and author currently based in Calgary. His life's work revolves around seeing God in all things and the cultivation of a kind of mystical wonder that, honestly, we could all use right now. 
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John Van Sloten | Toward A Theology of Hustle [ep 20] John Van Sloten is a Calgary pastor, teacher and writer. For 22 years he’s been living into an ancient/new Christian worldview that seeks to discern God’s voice in all things. John’s first book, The Day Metallica Came to Church; Seeing the Everywhere God in Everything(2010), looked for glimpses of God in pop culture. His second book, Every Job a Parable; What Walmart Greeters, Nurses and Astronauts tell us about God(2017), listens for God’s words at work. John has been the recipient of three John Templeton Foundation sub&#8211;grants to explore preaching science. www.johnvansloten.com
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Every Job A Parable &#8211; https://amzn.to/2oXdgIw
The Day Metallica Came to Church &#8211; https://amzn.to/2Qmmjj0

Darrell Cosden The Heavenly Good of Earthly Work &#8211; https://amzn.to/2Qg5Bl4