Season 1 of Re:Launch The GCC Podcast is a series of conversations about relaunching mission and vision after the COVID-19 pandemic. Join host Marty Duren, GCC President Dave Harvey, and their guests as we think through God’s leading, care for the flock, planning, soul care, and more. You can subscribe to Re:Launch in podcast apps like Apple Podcasts, Google Play Music, Overcast FM, Castbox, Podbean, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, TuneIn, and Spotify.
In Episode 2, GCC President Dave Harvey joins host Marty Duren in a conversation formed around 5 P’s: pacing, priorities, plurality, play, and prayer. Each of these is an important factor as we consider what it looks like moving through the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Episode 3, Brian White, Lead Pastor of Harvest Church Indy, joins Dave Harvey and Marty Duren with ideas on thinking about outreach in a pandemic time. What roles to theology, philosophy, and method play? How do we relate to our neighbors? All this and more on this episode.
Crucial Conversations—Justice, Race, and the Gospel, Part 1
Great Commission Collective pastors Jon Kelly, Stephen Love, and Darren Greenfield join GCC President Dave Harvey for this timely, important conversation.
In this episode of Re:Launch, GCC pastors Rob Willey and Ryan Hall join host Marty Duren with some practical advice for regathering your church as restrictions are lifted.
In Episode 5, GCC’s Garrett Higbee joins host Marty Duren in a conversation exploring how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected people mentally, spiritually, and emotionally, and what ministry to them might look like.
On this final episode of Season 1, Dave Harvey and Marty Duren discuss the benefits and differences of delegating responsibility and decentralizing ministry in your church.
Crucial Conversations—Justice, Race, and the Gospel, Part 2
On this episode of Re:Launch, Chicago West Bible Church Senior Pastor Jon Kelly interviews GCC President Dave Harvey and GCC Comms Director Marty Duren. In this conversation, Jon asks Dave and Marty, two white men, a series of questions on differences in perceptions about race.