Steve Bremner

Author, Podcaster & Missionary to Peru

If You’re Serious About Writing, Read Stephen King’s Memoir

If You’re Serious About Writing, Read

When I was a pre-adolescent, I had an advanced reading-level. I remember my teachers in fifth and sixth grade telling my parents during parent-teacher interviews that I had the reading level of someone at least two or three years older than my age. This was a double-edged sword. On the one hand, in the few […]

Is God Preparing a Spiritual Awakening among the Millennials? | Discipling Culture

Is God Preparing a Spiritual Awakening among the Millennials-

Original post: Is God Preparing a Spiritual Awakening among the Millennials? – Discipling Culture This article caught my attention because it wasn’t bashing millennials for a change. Nor was the author crying that the end of evangelicalism is near due to the decline of millennials attending church services. Mike Breen, who I quote from a lot on this […]

That Time I Left My Laptop On the Subway in Rotterdam, Netherlands

That Time I Left My Laptop On the Subway in Rotterdam, Netherlands

Last night, we got a notification from our leaders Mark and Anna that upon returning from a three-week trip to the United States, Mark had left a bag with his passport and $4500 cash and other items in the taxi, and it sounded like he was really struggling with forgiving himself for the error. After […]

Keep Your Fire Burning | Podcast

Keep Your Fire Burning
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Podcast: Play in new window | Download (22.7MB) Subscribe to our Podcast iTunes | Android | RSS | More Subscription Options In today’s episode of the show, I continue sharing some thoughts, reflections and revelations on the fire of God and getting closer to the purging purifying fire of His presence. What type of fire […]

International Mission Board Drops Ban on Speaking in Tongues

Original Photo source: Christianity Today

New rules also loosen restrictions on baptism, divorce, and parents of teens. Photo Source: International Mission Board Drops Ban on Speaking in Tongues | Christianity Today Last night I saw in my Facebook feed the news that The Southern Baptist’s International Mission Board has changed some of their rules. Among them was the one that […]

This Is Your Brain on Podcasts: Why Audio Storytelling Is So Addictive | The Atlantic

This Is Your Brain on Podcasts

The emotional appeal of listening I thought I’d follow up yesterday’s post about why I don’t vlog but record audio podcasts instead with this interesting article from The Atlantic that I came across recently. It detailed the effects of audio bok story telling as well as podcasting on the brain and how we listen to […]

Done with Church, But Not with God | Holy Soup

Church Refugees: Done with Church Not with God

Today’s blog post is inspired by Done with Church, but Not with God | Holy Soup. Last week I posted a half-written-by-me/half curated post about the buzz surrounding the done with church movement — if it can be called a “movement”.  I had a hunch it might get a few more hits than my normal posts. […]

Why I Am a Podcaster Instead of a Vlogger

Why I am a Podcaster Instead of a Vlogger

Recently I had a spiritual epiphany one day and I thought “man, I should write a blog about that!” This happens quite often, as my archives can attest to from time to time. But more often than not, stuff slips my mind, or I don’t actually find the time to write it out. That actually happens […]

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