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What In The Word Podcast
84 minutes | 2 days ago
Faith & Safe Spaces
Episode Summary: Should Christians seek out safe spaces? Or are they detrimental to our witness? In this episode, we discuss the challenges of a triggered culture and how believers should view safe spaces in light of our charge to spread the gospel message.
82 minutes | 2 months ago
Speaking Truth in a Cancel Culture ❌
Episode Summary2020 has seen the Cancel Culture reach all-time highs. With people afraid to go against the mob mentality that has become so prevalent; how should believers in Christ stand for the truth of the gospel in the midst of the cancel culture? Show Notes:The challenges of culture are absolutely real, and the truth needs to be spoken in order for our faith to not be overtaken by post-modern, critical thinking opponents. Christians have to be prepared to fight the good fight of faith and share the truth of the gospel. In this episode, we discuss how cancel culture is shutting the mouths of many who believe. Scripture References:Understand you are cancelled already: (John 15:18-19)Matthew 18:15-20
63 minutes | 2 months ago
🔥🔥 No Hell? Would you Still Follow Jesus? 🔥🔥
Episode Summary If the concept of Hell did not exist. Would you still find it important to be a Christian / Follower of Jesus? (ppm3iptv) Show Notes: Imagine a reality that didn’t include the Hell that Jesus spoke about in the Scripture. In such a world would you still choose to follow Jesus and His teachings? Imagining a world where there are no eternal consequences for our sins is an interesting thought exercise that we embark on in this episode. Follow Us: Include links to where listeners can find you online: Our WebsiteTwitterInstagramFacebook
71 minutes | 3 months ago
Churches: Meet or Not to Meet?
Episode Summary Should the church gather in pandemic? Why should you care? Show Notes: Should churches be gathering during this pandemic, is a question that many have posed in Christian circles.There is no real consensus, and people are passionate about their arguments based on Scripture. While somechurches view the gathering restrictions as a way to love our neighbors; other churches have taken the fightto the government to argue that it is infringing on our rights as believers. So if you are confused on whereyou should stand you are not alone. In this episode we will reveal where we stand as believers and how we should interact with others over thishot button topic. Links Mentioned: Northeast Community ChurchNECC YouTubeVox Video: How Coronavirus SpreadsShould I Wear a Mask Video Follow Us: Include links to where listeners can find you online: Our WebsiteTwitterInstagramFacebook Episode Photo by cottonbro from Pexels
99 minutes | 4 months ago
Johnathan Issac, The NBA, Black Lives Matter (BLM), and Herd Mentality 🚑🚒 Emergency Episode 🚑🚒
Episode Summary Emergency Episode: In our polarized world, people are ready to jump to conclusions regarding how others behave in public. What does the Scripture tell us about this behavior? Show Notes: The challenges of our culture are getting more and more complicated to weed through. The shift in which people have vilified BLM then such a short time later flipped their understanding is staggering. Could this be a matter of Herd mentality. In this episode, we discussed Johnathan Isaac deciding to stand for the gospel message. We also tackled herd mentality, Black Lives Matter, the NBA, politics, and changes that are needed in poor neighborhoods. SCRIPTURE REFERENCES: 1 Corinthians 2Acts 27Matthew 271 Kings 8: 39Proverbs 18:17 Links Mentioned: Conduits of ChangeThomas Sowell’s Book Follow Us: Include links to where listeners can find you online: Our WebsiteTwitterInstagramFacebook Photo Credits
56 minutes | 4 months ago
Seasons That Challenge Our Faith
Episode Summary We all go through tough times as believers that challenge our faith. Jay and Shawn walk throughthe Scripture in a powerful discussion that will empower you to seek God during the challenging times. Show Notes: We all go through tough times as believers that challenge our faith. Jay and Shawn walk throughthe Scripture in a powerful discussion that will empower you to seek God during the challenging times. In this episode, we talked about The Scriptural Emphasis on Suffering, Having the Wrong Concept of God, Hope in This Broken World, Following Godly Leaders, Jay’s Prison Testimony, Finding Joy in the Hard Times. Quotes: “We have learned not to take present things at their face value.”C.S. Lewis, Surprised by Joy: The Shape of My Early Life “Grace is not opposed to effort, it is opposed to earning. Earning is an attitude. Effort is an action. Grace, you know, does not just have to do with forgiveness of sins alone.Dallas Willard “Remember the Effort is worth it.”– Jedadiah Baker SCRIPTURE REFERENCES: Second Timothy 3:10-15First Peter 4:11-17 Links Mentioned: Church PlantedConduits of ChangeWhat Jed SaidHow Haters Help Follow Us: Include links to where listeners can find you online: Our WebsiteTwitterInstagramFacebook Photo Credits Photo by Claudia Wolff on Unsplash
57 minutes | 5 months ago
Coping in an Angry World
Anger is the stuff that fools are made of. Join the discussion about how to cope with anger with a biblical worldview; in a culture that is angry about most everything.
1 minutes | 5 months ago
Pilot Episode: Conviction and Sanctification
Jedadiah Baker & Shawn Weekly discuss the importance of conviction for the believer to understand that God requires them to participate in the sanctification process.
1 minutes | 5 months ago
Pilot Episode: Failing While Trying
Overcoming the fear of failure when attempting to discover the will of God for your life.
5 minutes | 5 months ago
Pilot Episode: Racial Division and Reconciliation
Discussing race and the cancel culture in 2020 is difficult because the language continues to change.
1 minutes | 5 months ago
Pilot Episode: Reading Andrew Murray
Reflecting on how reading Andrew Murray would cause many Christians to shrink back from the faith.
2 minutes | 5 months ago
Pilot Episode: Reading Dr. King
Reflecting on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's philosophy of non-violence. Through reading some of his works the Christian call to love is on display.
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