This week I interview Matt Whitman, host of the Ten Minute Bible Hour podcast and YouTube channel.
Matt is a passionate Bible teacher who takes scripture very seriously, while keeping a light-hearted and light-handed approach to it.
We talk about the intersection of Bible teaching/preaching and pastoral care, including why everything Matt does in his ministry is to point people towards the Bible, Jesus, and the local church.
This conversation also covers:
- The importance of our online presence
- How to avoid the temptation of living by “clicks”
- Taking care not to get stuck wandering down political and theological rabbit trails
- Why teaching about the Bible is as important as teaching from the Bible
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