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When we’re talking about the corporate worship of the local church, we tend to use the word “worship” synonymously with “music” or “singing”. Is this accurate and biblical? What is worship? What about the role of women in the worship? Our listeners sent in their questions! Sharing his expertise is our guest Laramie Minga, the […]…
 
It’s one of our favorite features – and we hope one of yours – Glad You Asked! If you’re a new listener, Glad You Asked is our Q&A feature where we take questions from the listeners and do our best to give you biblical answers that point you to Christ, the Word, and your local […]A Word Fitly Spoken による
 
What is a so-called “secondary issue in doctrine?” And does women preaching and having authority over men in the congregation fall in that category? Hang onto your hats — in this episode, Michelle and Amy explain why Scripturally, a female “pastorix” falls into a level of apostasy in the visible Church, and not an issue […]…
 
As we bring another season to a close, we take a look at the troubling trends around us, especially in places where we might not normally look. Join us as we talk about the Southern Baptist Convention and its recent developments, the decline of mainline churches, and why we in the Missouri Synod need to pay attention. ----more---- Hosts: Rev. Willi…
 
Another woman in the wilderness appears, but this time to deceive. Join us as we talk about the seventh bowl, the whore of Babylon and the beast she rides, and how we as Christians can be on guard against her. ----more---- Host: Rev. Zelwyn Heide Guest: Rev. David Appold Episode: 175 Visit our website for more information.…
 
The issue of abuse in the church has been back in the spotlight recently, due in large part, again, to the Southern Baptist Convention. For the past year, the Sexual Abuse Task Force has been looking into how allegations of sexual abuse at Southern Baptist churches were handled by the SBC’s Executive Committee. In this […]…
 
The Septuagint (LXX) is the ancient Greek translation of the Old Testament. The apostles quoted it in the New Testament, and earliest Christians used it for many years. What role does it play for us today? How does translation shape our understanding of the Scriptures? Why do we turn to the Hebrew Old Testament instead of the Greek today? Join us a…
 
John Charles Ryle serves as an example of speaking the Gospel clearly and fearlessly in an age of opposition. Join us as we discuss his life, his works, and what we can find to imitate in him today. ----more---- Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn Heide Episode: 173 Visit our website for more information.…
 
What would you do if: A man dressed as a woman comes to your ladies Bible study? A friend was experiencing some kind of demonic oppression or possession? The only place large enough to have your loved one’s funeral is in an unsound church? A homeschool mom’s husband dies, and she is considering going back […]…
 
The Ascension is not just a fact of history, but one of the cornerstones of what it means to be a Christian. Join us as we talk about the Ascension of Jesus, Christ our warrior-king, the right hand of God, and what it means for our lives as Christians. ----more---- Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn Heide Episode: 172 Visit our website for m…
 
Nebuchadnezzar demands our allegiance even today, threatening us with fiery furnaces of every kind. Join us for a look at Daniel 3 as we talk about the illegitimate demands of governments, the need to be prepared for what is to come, and Christ in the midst of every fire. ----more---- Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn Heide Episode: 171 Vis…
 
Just as God once poured out His wrath upon Egypt, so He now sends the bowls of His wrath upon the earth. Join us as we talk about why the wrath of God is a good thing, how God judges those who attack the Church, and the battle of Armageddon. ----more---- Host: Rev. Zelwyn Heide Guest: Rev. David Appold Episode: 170 Please visit our website for more…
 
What do we do when God sends bad weather? When is it permissible to cancel service? Have we become too eager to forsake the meeting of the brethren? Join us as we discuss these questions and more on a special After Dark episode. ----more---- Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn Heide Episode: 169 Visit our website for more information.…
 
Does Titus 2: 3-5 really say that women should not be teaching doctrine to – or sharing the Gospel with – other women? Michelle and Amy were guests this week on Voice of Reason, a podcast by Chris Honholz and Richard Story, to discuss what seems to be a new twisting of Scripture: a wave […]A Word Fitly Spoken による
 
The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), has its share of challenges, as some of its member churches and even some of its leaders have embraced women preachers, critical race theory, and more. Can this ship be turned around in the right direction? In this episode, Michelle and Amy interview Tom Ascol, the pastor of Grace Baptist […]…
 
Preaching more than once a week may seem daunting, but it is a beneficial part of a pastor's calling. Join us as we talk about preaching through whole books, preaching on the lectionary, and the challenges and joys of midweek services. ----more---- Host: Rev. Zelwyn Heide Guest: Rev. David Buchs Episode: 168 Visit our website for more information.…
 
We are continuing our episode series called Twisted Scripture. Michelle and Amy will take some of those popular twisted verses, straighten them out, and put them back where they belong – in context – so we can see what they really mean. (If you missed it, check out Twisted Scripture Part 1.) Resources: Does the […]…
 
Though Nebuchadnezzar and the kingdoms of this world imagine that they will last forever, Daniel shows that there is only one Kingdom which will never pass away. Join us as we continue our discussion of the book of Daniel, talking about the rise and fall of kingdoms, the Nebuchadnezzars of our day, and the hand of God in all things. ----more---- Ho…
 
From religious leader to territorial governor, Brigham Young left an undeniable mark on the history of the United States. Some saw him as a prophet. Some saw him as a scoundrel. If we want to understand Mormonism today, we need to understand this man. Join us as we discuss the life of Brigham Young. ----more---- Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Z…
 
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