Karl Vaters interviews Dr. John C. Nugent about how to see the church for what Jesus called us to be. As a representation of the Kingdom of God within the world.
As we jump into the prophecy books, you might wonder who the prophets were. And what is prophecy, really? This episode answers those essential questions and more.
This week’s reading might give you whiplash if you go in unprepared, so this episode will help you get ready.
Karl Vaters interviews Cory Hartman about church growth, health, and what happened when sure-fire answers misfired for him and the church he served.
The book of Proverbs is one of the great mountain peaks of scripture. It has so many nuggets of wisdom that it needs to be read slowly and deliberately.
As we start the last half of the Bible, we’ll wrap up our look at the great hymnbook of the Psalms.
You know the notes at the start of some Psalms, like “For the director of music. With stringed instruments. A psalm of David.”? We’ll talk about them, too.
Karl Vaters interviews Dr. Sandra Morgan about how healthy churches are ideally suited to aid in ending the scourge of human tafficking.
Some Psalms are beautiful and uplifting. Some are just plain mean-spirited. Since we’ll read a lot of the second type this week, let’s talk about them.
This collection of ancient poetry and songs is one of the most-loved portions of the Bible. It’s also widely misread. Let’s dig into all of it together, shall we?