In this episode, Debbie and Josh are joined by Nick Kellis who is writer, producer and director of A Walk With Grace. This film shows us a story of hope as Nate is “Forced to search his soul and embrace his past, in rediscovering with his hometown, Nate just might reconnect – with his Grace.”
This episode also sheds more light on all of us being creative Christians and doing the art we know God has laid on our hearts!
A Walk with Grace tells the story of an inventive LA engineer and single dad, Nate (David Smith), who must return home to Lima, Ohio, to handle his deceased mother’s business affairs. Though Nate hopes to stay only for the weekend, the townspeople go on strike and demand that rather than Nate sell his family’s factory and destroy their local economy, he use his engineer skills to save the business and their community.
Practically Christian Podcast, co-hosted by Josh and Debbie Lively, believes the life-changing power found in the Good News of Jesus Christ is not simply an academic pursuit. Having a relationship with Jesus is the single most important relationship a person can have. However, just like any relationship, we can have times when we are just going through the motions. We can be “practically” in a relationship, but that isn’t what the Bible teaches about our relationship with Jesus. So, Practically Christian Podcast seeks to show everyday “practical” ways to ensure we are in a real, dynamic, and deepening relationship with Jesus. In the end, being “practically Christian” is practically an impractical thing to do!
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