A podcast for pastors pursuing their call to write.

Host: Chase Replogle

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Join me as I interview pastors, authors, and writing experts in my journey to better understand the calling and the craft of writing.

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Latest Episdoes:

Episode 06

Dick Foth

Why Writers and Pastors Need Good Friends

Dick has been a missionary, a pastor, a college president, a coach, and a writer, but one theme permeates his entire life—friendship. Dick lives it and teaches it. We were created for relationships. We lead by it, write by it and live by it.
00:00 55:33

Episode 05

Dr. Joy Qualls

How We Talk About Things Matters

Dr. Qualls joins me to talk about communication trends in the church. We discuss why pastors should consider how they communicate and how it relates to writing. Without consideration, we run the risk of blindly participating in a form of communication more shaped by consumerism than the gospel.
00:00 65:51
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Podcast Host:

Chase Replogle

My name is Chase Replogle. I’m a pastor at Bent Oak Church, a freelance web designer, and a writer. This podcast is my journey to better understand the unique vocation of pastor and writer. It’s an attempt to “practice in public” what I’m learning about the process. I’ll do my best to be honest about the challenges and struggles of writing and hopefully, we can both learn along the way.

— Chase

Current Project:

Discontent: How You Heart's Desires Betray You

I’ve been told my entire life that who I am lies deep within the desires of my heart—I need only the courage to pursue my dreams. But it’s a trap.

Discontent: How Your Heart’s Desires Betray You offers the story of Samson—a Biblical anti-hero, driven by his own passionate desires and restless need for adventure—as a companion to discovering that who you are can’t be achieved but must be received by faith. In the end, Samson’s greatest failure wasn’t offering his secret to a treacherous woman, but a lack of discernment for seeing who God was leading him to become.


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