This week we’re hearing from Brian Powell, Superintendent of the Kentucky District Church of the Nazarene.
This week we’re hearing from Tom Oord, Director of the doctoral program at Northwind Theological Seminary and the Center for Open and Relational Theology.
Guest post from Steve Bussey on the danger of Richard Rohr's theology for The Salvation Army.
Jim Smith produced a touching devotional biography about Rich Mullins' life. I think you will enjoy this conversation with Jim Smith.
Here are a couple of interactions I had with people actively engaged in the revival happening in Wilmore, KY on the campus of Asbury University.
The new hymnal - Our Great Redeemer’s Praise – is out! Now that this hymnal is available, I had Jonathan Powers on the podcast to talk about it again. Don’t miss this important resource.
M.D. Perkins took his research from his two documentaries and saw a trend with Gay Christianity and the Revoice Conference. With his research behind him, he wrote this new book, Dangerous Affirmation.
Much of what can be known about the twelve apostles is from extra-biblical sources. Brian Shelton has mined these sources to present portraits of the apostles that are interesting and inspiring.
Dr. Janet Dean helps us understand how we can live out our calling to be people of grace and truth when responding to those in the LGBTQ community.
Dr. Lester Ruth walks through the two major streams that led to the phenomenon that we know as praise and worship.
Today I have a conversation with historian Crawford Gribben about his work chronicling the way people have talked about the end times through the centuries.
Dr. Oconer gives a helpful analysis of Henry Clay Morrison’s World Tour of Evangelism which is indicative of forgotten aspects of the holiness movement.
Dr. Michael Brown provides a helpful analysis of the political milieu in the United States.
On today's podcast we hear from Wesley Biblical Seminary's Professor of Christian Thought, Dr. Steve Blakemore about his Top Ten Books on Apologetics.
Do we need a new hymnal? What does a collection of worship materials do for the church? My friend, Dr. Jonathan Powers, is on the podcast to talk about the new hymnal, "Our Great Redeemer's Praise."
Dr. John Oswalt sits down with me to share seven books every Christian should read! These are the seven books that have had the most significant influence on his life.
Will Roe Go? Dr. Matt Friedeman, professor at WBS, has been a leader in the pro-life movement for years in Jackson. He and I talk about Roe, saving babies, and much more.
Caleb Louden is a leader at Creekside. On today's podcast, he and I talk about how this community is innovating new ways to express the ecclesiology and mission of The Salvation Army.
My grandfather was collecting money for The Salvation Army...After knocking on the door, the piano playing stopped, and my grandfather was surprised to see Fosdick open the door.
Genocide, Joshua, and the Old Testament - Dr. David Screiner talks through this challenging subject. He focuses on one Hebrew word that is often translated as “totally destroy” (Josh. 10:28).
In our divided times, conversations between people who disagree are important. Today’s podcast is a 90-minute conversation with Chick Yuill on human sexuality and the church.
The Wesleyan Quadrilateral is a misunderstood tool in theology. Several people sent a video my way from the Included Conference (a virtual event) and encouraged me to respond.
Cold Case Detective and Christian apologist, J. Warner Wallace talks about his new book, Person of Interest, on today’s podcast.
Christians and Alcohol - Should Churches Care? Katy Faust is the founder of that organization that is attempting to put “Children’s rights before adult desires.”
Part one of a two-part series on the use of illustration in life and preaching.
Dr. Matt Ayars gives us a taste of a new course he is teaching on spiritual warfare.
On today’s More to the Story podcast, I talk with a scholar and practitioner of the sacred art of preaching – Dr. Alyce Mackenzie.
When does a mission become a church? James Pedlar discusses the challenges of denominational distinctives, or charisms, and how ecclesiologies are formed.
Dr. Dixon explains a method he developed to make nonprofits stronger.
Matt draws out lessons from both contexts that help me think in a more focused way about the mission of the church in North America.
Dr. Kevin Brown and I had a great conversation that I am sharing with you today. Time went by too quickly as we talked about the importance of hyper-seeing potential in others.
Capturing People's Attention, Shawshank Redemption, and Cancel Culture - A Conversation w/Phil Cooke
Kevin Watson's New Book - Perfect Love - Don't miss it! I will be recommending Perfect Love for the rest of my life.
I had a great conversation with Phil Laeger, check it out here.
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