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September 4, 2020 8 min
Episode 117 centers on how our culture’s collective mindset is largely Christ-absent. The influence of Christ would largely be seen as irrelevant to our real-world, everyday lives. The episode also feature a discussion of several biblically-based, purposeful practices which a follower of Christ can do to keep Christ in our thoughts.
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Finding Hidden Treasure returns after a long absence. Episode 116 is a discussion of how easily we are distracted. The 17th century theologian and philosopher Blaise Pascal observed how we are distraction-seekers, even to our own hurt. The discussion looks at some modern examples of this. It concludes by encouraging us to recognize our capacity …

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Episode 115 is the audio of a prayer written by Pete Greig and the 24-7 Prayer Movement (www.24-7prayer.com). #prayer #coronavirus A pdf of the written prayer can be found here
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December 25, 2019 4 min
Episode 114 presents us with a question and a challenge. Are you willing to accept grace?
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November 30, 2019 12 min
Episode 113 is a personal reflection on the treasure we find in Psalm 23; The Gospel Coalition has a great article on two ways of life: Psalm 23 and the Anti-Psalm 23 .
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