Religion & Spirituality
Episode 21 - Lawfully Using the Law (a conversation with author Matt Ferris)
As a young follower of Jesus, Matt Ferris (a classically trained musician and IT guy by trade) noticed that many Christians talked about the Mosaic Law in the Bible in a decidedly unbiblical way. This drove him further into the Scriptures and further into his conviction that we mishandle this critical pat of the Word of God. Ultimately, this led to him writing one of the simplest and easiest to understand books on the topic: If One Uses It Lawfully: The Law of Moses and the Christian Life. In this episode, Noel chats with Matt about his book and about what a Christian's posture ought to be toward the Law.
Being the Church in a COVID19 World
Surviving Quarantine Without Killing Your Loved Ones
Control What You Can Control
Planning in the Midst of a Quarantine
Episode 25 - Why plant new churches?
Quarantining The Body of Christ
Episode 24 - Redeeming Fitness (A conversation with fitness coach Dan Romigh)
Episode 23 - Doubt is not the Enemy (A Conversation with Barnabas Piper)
Episode 22 - Four Tips For Aspiring Authors
Episode 20 - Unnecessary Yet Vital Friendship - A Chat with Dr. Scott Keith
Episode 19 - Halloween and the Reformation (a rambling chat with Steve "Trike" Treichler)
Episode 18 - Who’s got two broken arms and a podcast? This guy.
Episode 17 - Law and Grace in the Parables (a chat with Daniel Emery Price and Erick Sorensen)
Episode 16 - Snowflakes, Satire, and Shame (a conversation with Karen Swallow Prior)
Season Threeish Preview Episode (Changes are a Comin')
Irresistible Faith (Becoming the kind of Christian the world can't resist)
The Grace of God for the weeks before Easter
Telling People to be Holy Doesn't Lead to Holiness (Do we need another reformation?)
Graceless Conversations About Race (when you don't know what to say but you say it anyway)