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69 minutes | 3 years ago
Episode 4: Why Do We Say That? ...Good Luck?!
Welcome back friends!Thank you all so much for taking time to listen to the show. We thank God for you all because you’re our inspiration and encouragement. Therefore, we love to hear feedback from you. Good and bad. Also share any suggestions for ideas and improvements. This is something Jared’s mom has really been on us about. “Y'all should have a place where people can find the scriptures y'all use.” “What was the name of that song?” “What articles are you guys referencing?”…yes I guess that would be niceWell the good Lord says, “Ask and you shall receive.” (Mathew 7:7)So here we go! Today’s episode started a new series titled, “Why do we say that?” In which we will discuss common but ill-considered or irresponsible words or phrases that go against the teachings of Jesus Christ. In this specific episode we discussed the phrase good luck. We started off briefly speaking about why we chose to embrace that concept and introduce intentionality into our words. Then, Jared shared a really funny story about while on a trip to Phoenix, hiking up a mountain the Holy Spirit brought something to his attention. We then went on to discuss a few of the many roles of the Holy Spirit. After that, we discussed the history, origins, and definition of the phrase good luck. From there, we went on to discuss common and traditional usage of the phrase, while also offering suitable replacements that might edify the listener while glorifying the Lord your God. A difficult question had to be asked and answered. Are we embracing the phrase good luck although, knowing we shouldn’t, but compromising simply because we don’t want to make unbelievers uncomfortable?Music· Intro- Come With Me - KeBaiy Lee· Ram’s Horn - Timothy Brindle· Fill Me Up - Jesus CultureBiblical Reference · Matt. 12:36,37· John 14:26· Ecc. 9:11· Job 12:10· Isaiah 45:7· Matt 5:45· 2 John 10, 11· Eph. 6:18· Eph. 4:29-30 · Emailemail@example.com· Website- Jaredandkebaiy.blogspot.com· Facebook- Contra Culture· Twitter- @Jaredandkebaiy
58 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 3: The Glory of Man
In the third Episode of Contra Culture, Jared and Kebaiy begin a series on the renaissance period and the influence it has on the culture of today. With little being off-limits for the aberrant duo, you won’t want to miss this episode as they dive into humanism’s place in the renaissance era and how it created a monumental shift in thinking in today’s culture that is less dependent on our LORD GOD and more dependent on man.Contra Culture - Episode 3: The Glory of Man
55 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 2: Lessons of Minimalism
Jared and KeBaiy explore the basics of the Minimalist Lifestyle. From the historical context, cultural implications, and pros and cons to the biblical illustrations and applications of minimalism; we discuss the foundation of "Simple Living."Covered in this episode:Historical ContextTypes of MinimalistPros and Cons of MinimalismBiblical Context Here are some interesting articles we enjoyed and used as sources for our discussion:The Minimalists5 Types of Minimalism - M. C. Wilkins14 Types of Minimalists - L. MartinPros and Cons of Minimalism - Y. V. AcreeMinimalism Begets Manliness - G. Pietri49 Commandments of Jesus ChristWe hope you enjoy the conversation that inspired us to give the "Simple Lifestyle" a try."And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God." Romans 12:2
33 minutes | 4 years ago
Episode 1: Ether Sunday
Jared and KeBaiy begin their podcast adventure of culture and wisdom seeking with an in-depth look at Easter Sunday. From a biblical world view, these two young men present the true meaning and history of America's most religious holiday. They expose the lies of the Evil One, while bringing glory to GOD and the truth to fellow human beings.
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