Balancing the Christian Life helps Christians grow. It focuses on practical ways to improve relationships with each other and God, and what it means to be a digital disciple.
This is a complete reading of the gospel of John. If you would like more information about the World English translation here.Support the show
This week I've been working on university-related stuff and that got me thinking about what i wish I could tell students as they graduate, or anybody starting something new.Support the show
This is a reading of the book of James. I use the World English translation of the Bible. You can get information about this translation here.Support the show
This is a reading of the book of Titus. You can find the translation of the text I used (the World English Bible) here.Support the show
Christina's book is entitled Faith that Doubts and is available here.
You can call or text Christina at 404-431-1530.
This time I read the book of II Timothy. The translation I'm using is the World English Bible, which is available here.Support the show
Hal Hammons and I talk about this year's conference, which is July 27-29. I plan to post the website at the beginning of May.
This is a reading of the book of I Timothy from the World English Bible. You can learn more information about that translation here.Support the show
This is a reading of the book of II Thessalonians from the World English Bible.Support the show
In this episode we talk about how to choose a Bible. It's a detailed conversation about an important choice.Support the show
This is a reading of the book of I Thessalonians from the World English Bible translation. You can get information about that translation here.Support the show
Rest is so important to God, he commanded the Israelites to rest on one day a week. In this conversation, I talk with Tommy Peeler about the reasons of the Sabbath rest.
You can find Tommy's podcast, Carefully Examining the Text, here.
This is a reading of the book of II Corinthians.
You can find information about the World English Bible here.
For this bonus episode, I read the book of I Corinthians. This is a church with some big problems, but Paul shows both his love and judgment when navigating them through it.
The translation I'm using is the World English Bible, which is available here.
Do you know what Heaven is like? This week I ask that question of my friend Wes McAdams, evangelist at McDermott Road church of Christ. Wes has written several books and has an excellent blog at www.radicallychristian.com.
What do you think Heaven will be like?
What does it mean to find beauty in God's nature? This week I talk with Will Bean, an artistic landscape photographer and someone whose work I truly admire.
To see Will's work, you can find it here.
This week we take a deep dive on the Psalms with Text Talk hosts Edwin Crozier and Andrew Roberts. We talk about grappling with the really depressing Psalms and understanding why poetry can help make you a better Christian.
The book Edwin wrote about this is incorrectly cited in the program. The correct title is Praying Like the Psalmists and is available here.
Edwin and Andrew host a truly excellent podcast, Text...
I had some big changes at my workplace that have taken my time and attention. I do apologize for dropping the podcast the last couple of weeks, but I feel like this is a place I needed to be at a time I needed to be there. Pray for me and those I love, please.Support the show
For this episode, I'm reading the book of Romans. If you're listening in real time, this corresponds to Kris Emerson's chapter a day group. The book itself is complex, but you see several themes woven together, and the idea of unity permeates the entire book.
Again, I am reading from the World English Bible translation.
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