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The Asheville Folk Podcast features noteworthy (and not so noteworthy) news, practical advice, interviews with local artists and entrepreneurs, and an insiders guide to what exactly it means to be an Asheville Folk. Join us weekly for inspiration, motivation, and lots of laughs as we explain what it's like to live in our southern yet liberal, hippie and sometimes redneck little town called Asheville. Keep up with us on instagram @ashevillefolk and check out our website ashevillefolk.com
 
A show about entrepreneurs, city influencers, and the fascinating people that make up the fiber of this town we call Asheville. On each show I will sit down with a different person thats part of our awesome community and learn what they do, where they came from, what makes them unique, and why Asheville. I hope you enjoy! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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There are two primary narratives about sex in the world. One tells the story of sex as a mere phyiscal apatite along the lines of eating or drinking. The other storyline paints sex as something far deeper, with far reaching implications for the soul of humanity. One narrative leads to destruction, the other to flourishing. Our enemy has been feedin…
 
What is love? There’s so much confusion about what love is in our culture. Is love a feeling? Is it merely sexual? Why do I say I love filet mignon & I love my wife? Are those the same things? Closely related to love, I’d argue is our understanding of identity. If we don’t understand who we are & why we exist—it’s really impossible to love fully or…
 
Sex, love & marriage are sacred gifts from God. In fact, God invented sex (& love & marriage)! God is very much pro-sex and not anti-sex despite what you may have been taught growing up in church. However, like all good things, we tend to (as fallen, sinful human beings) take what is good, and distort, mutilate, mangle what God designed for good an…
 
As James wraps up this letter that’s been all about a faith that bleeds into action, he ends on an important note: prayer. Prayer appears in every single verse of this passage. The importance of prayer in the Christian life cannot be understated. Spiritual life without prayer is like a vehicle without fuel. James tells us when we should pray, how w…
 
James saves some of his strongest words and harshest rebukes for the rich who oppress the poor. As James addresses wealthy, non-Christian landowners who exploit others so that they can live lavish lifestyles, believers get a front row seat to the dangers of wealth. We learn that riches are a poor functional savior. In fact, wrongly acquired and sin…
 
This week’s passage in James hits on the more subtle sins Christians oftentimes neglect in their own lives. It’s easy to point out what we consider to be “big sins” in others; things like murder, rape, extramarital affairs, homosexuality and the like. But James wants us to tackle sins of omission in our own lives just as voraciously as the more obv…
 
In this week’s passage, James uses the common experience of friendship to teach us some important lessons about where we place our allegiances in this life. In fact, James is going to present us with a pressing problem that we all face, and then drive home a spiritual solution that we all desperately need. The problem, as it turns out, is friendshi…
 
As James continues to give us the marks of authentic faith, he shifts us to two pictures of wisdom. The truth of the matter is that we all live according to some code of wisdom. Whether you get wisdom from Hollywood, friends, Google or a religious system, we’re all on a quest to find wisdom that will lead us to a happier life. James says that there…
 
As James continues to flesh out his premise that authentic faith in Jesus leads to real fruit in our lives, he begins to talk about the power of words. The old saying we all heard as kids “sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me” is one of the biggest lies ever told. Words destroy marriages, cripple children, divide church…
 
This section of James’ letter to scattered and persecuted Christians across the Roman Empire is one of the more controversial passages in the New Testament. James makes a radically bold claim: faith without works is dead! In other words, authentic faith leads to real fruit. He goes on to paint a picture of 3 kinds of faith: dead faith, demonic fait…
 
As we jump into the second chapter of this little power-house of a book, we see James address a super practical outworking of authentic faith. He’s already addressed how followers of Jesus ought to walk through trials, bridle our tongues and care for the marginalized. He now shifts to the subject of favoritism. James unapologetically proclaims that…
 
Episode Notes In this episode, we interview graphic illustrator, brand developer, and bassist, Logan Hall. Here’s What You’ll Learn in this Episode: How Logan's creative outlets overlap between design and music How the nature of Logan's work is always allowing him to learn something new The collaborative effort of musicians and artists in general T…
 
The book of James is one of the most hard-hitting, practical and challenging books in all of Scripture. It was very likely penned by the younger half-brother of Jesus who rejected his big bro until after the resurrection. From that point forward, James became a ferocious follower of Jesus and a pillar in the Jerusalem church. He’s writing this lett…
 
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