Welcome to the Berean Holiness video and podcast page!
We’re grateful to have you join our candid conversations over theology, scripture, and real-life application. Informal videos are our way of blending personal stories with rational thought. Our topics are serious, but we love to dive into them in a fun, laid-back way.
Check out the Berean Holiness YouTube channel for our latest video uploads, as well as our official podcast Not Ashamed (on Apple Podcasts and Spotify/AnchorFM). Your likes, shares, 5-star reviews, and subscriptions are greatly appreciated! By engaging with our content, you’re partnering with us to spark real change.
Let’s work together to inspire healthier teaching, scriptural honesty, and authentic discipleship.
NEW! The Not Ashamed Podcast
What does the Bible teach us about holiness? What is it? How do we obtain it? In this first episode of Berean Holiness’ podcast, Natalie speaks with special guest Josh Ratliff, as well as panelists Bethany and Andrew.
Replacing Rules with Discipleship
Nathan and Natalie discuss how adding rules to scripture stands in steep contrast to the biblical pattern of discipleship.
Nathan and Natalie look deeper into 6 goals of discipleship and the process it takes to reach them.
Is wearing jewelry a sin? Some Christians think so. Nathan and Natalie closely examine the case against jewelry as laid out by the “Holiness Handbook.”
Natalie joins the GraceStory Podcast to share her background and the story of Berean Holiness.
Natalie discusses the topic of spiritual abuse with Ari Noiboonsook on the Jay N Ari podcast. Ari has a background in the UPC church.
Natalie shares her story of leaving Holiness Pentecostalism with Deanna Jo on the Responsible Faith channel. Deanna Jo has a background in the UPC church, especially in Canada.
Natalie swaps stories with the folks of the Hillbilly Broadcast, comparing the differences/similarities between the Conservative Holiness and Pentecostal Holiness movements.
Natalie discusses holiness vs legalism with Pastor Aaron, Pastor Ken, and Rev. Doug of the Deliberating Pastor Podcast.
Interviews with a Former Oneness Apostolic (UPCI)
Josh and Natalie discuss: how and why he came to leave the Holiness Pentecostalism, initial red flags, uncertainty, findings, finding a healthy church, and more.
Josh and Natalie discuss: What causes a person to walk away from doctrines they’ve been taught their entire life?
Josh and Natalie discuss: What are safe ways to research and validate our beliefs?
What is “holiness” biblically and theologically? What does it mean to have holiness or be set apart?
Why do we pursue holiness? Is it so we’ll be good enough for God to accept us?
How should we preach and teach holiness? What does holiness look like?
How do we determine to pursue authentic holiness with all of our hearts?
History of the Holiness Movement
“Letting down the standard “was a concern for Christians who followed the original Holiness standards too!
Explore the origin, early teachings, and doctrinal development of the Holiness and Pentecostal movements.
What was the original Holiness movement about and how did it begin?
We take a step back into the 1800s at the Breckenridge Circuit Campmeeting, as documented by Peter Cartwright.
An exploration into the origins of Pentecostal ‘shouting’ from Cartwright’s autobiography.
Cartwright tells how uncontrollable “jerking” would seize both sinners and saints in his congregations.
In this 1707 story, multiple sources report that little children in France spoke and prophesied in tongues.
Q&A with Nathan & Natalie
Q: “How do you respond to critics? What role does love and grace play in your answers online and also in person to person “real world” interaction?”
Nathan and Natalie answer the questions, “Are you KJV only? Why or why not?”
This video focuses on the question, “How do we obey the Old Testament?” And specifically addresses, “Do the rules about keeping the Sabbath holy apply to Sunday?”
Q: “How Do You Respond to Questions Related to Divorce & Remarriage?”
This video focuses on the question, “Why don’t you write more about women’s hair and 1 Corinthians 11?”
Nathan and Natalie discuss why so many small, rule-focused groups can conflict with each other so much, yet all be so alike.