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Gospelbound

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The Gospel Coalition, Collin Hansen

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Gospelbound, hosted by Collin Hansen for The Gospel Coalition, is a podcast for those searching for firm faith in an anxious age. Each week, Collin talks with insightful guests about books, ideas, and how to navigate life by the gospel of Jesus Christ in a post-Christian culture.
 
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The Gospel Coalition

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Each week, we’re joined by Council members of The Gospel Coalition Council and friends who provide biblical perspective on your most pressing questions. Whatever your doubts or questions may be, this is a space where we hope to share biblical insight into life’s questions together.
 
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You're Not Crazy

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You're Not Crazy

Sam Allberry, Ray Ortlund, The Gospel Coalition

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Are you a young pastor who might be tempted to give up, to even hate the ministry, wondering what on earth you signed up for? In this new podcast, pastors Ray Ortlund and Sam Allberry set out to encourage and remind you that you're not crazy.
 
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Read the Bible

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Read the Bible

The Gospel Coalition, D. A. Carson

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Read the Bible features devotional commentaries from D.A. Carson’s book For the Love of God (vol. 1) that follow the M’Cheyne Bible reading plan. This podcast is designed to be used alongside TGC's Read The Bible initiative (TGC.org/readthebible).
 
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Recorded

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The Gospel Coalition

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Psalm 102 reminds us to record what God has done so that future generations will praise him. The Gospel Coalition's story-telling podcast, Recorded, chronicles a variety of stories of God’s redemptive and transformative work. These narratives testify to the beauty of the gospel on display in this generation—in many places and in surprising ways. Whether your faith is strong or struggling, tune in to Recorded for encouraging snapshots of God’s faithfulness, nearness, and love.
 
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Let's Talk

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Let's Talk

Jackie Hill Perry, Melissa Kruger, Jasmine Holmes

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Let’s Talk is a podcast for women from The Gospel Coalition Podcast Network. On each episode, Jackie Hill Perry, Melissa Kruger, and Jasmine Holmes talk about a different topic and how to apply biblical wisdom to everyday life.
 
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As In Heaven

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As In Heaven

The Gospel Coalition

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As In Heaven, hosted by Jim Davis and Michael Aitcheson, is a new podcast in The Gospel Coalition podcast network. Each episode seeks to glean insights from a wide variety of people doing strategic work in their cities and communities. Jesus taught us to pray “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.” Our prayer is that our spheres of influence would be places that look more like God’s kingdom—where love reigns, humanity flourishes, and Christ is glorified.
 
The Frederick Faith Debate is designed to be an open an honest forum for local faith community leaders to share and discuss their views of the truth. Lady Bird Johnson once said, “the clash of ideas is the sound of freedom”. In that spirit, the show seriously wrestles with important ideas… the participant often disagreeing with one another. The hope is that through this wrestling a better understanding of the truth will develop with regards to the most important issues facing the world.
 
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On this episode of 15:14, Curtis interviews Dr. Kristin Kellen and BCC Council Member Dr. Robert Jones. They join him to discuss their new book, The Gospel for Disordered Lives: An Introduction to Christ-Centered Biblical Counseling, which they authored along with Dr. Rob Green. Listen to hear more about the book, as well as the heart behind the bo…
 
In this collection of essays, renowned social-justice advocate Tim Wise confronts racism in contemporary America. Seen through the lens of major flashpoints during the Obama and Trump years, Dispatches from the RaceWar faces the consequences of white supremacy in all its forms. This includes a discussion of the bigoted undertones of the Tea Party’s…
 
In this episode of TGC Q&A, we begin a six-week series titled “Faith & Work” with Missy Wallace, who answers several questions regarding the affirmation of goodness in the workplace. She discusses: The Gospel changes everything including how we think about work (0:46) The kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven (3:21) Our own brokenness and sancti…
 
From the account of Daniel in the lions’ den (Dan. 6), we observe a man about eighty years of age as faithful at the end of his life as he was at the beginning. Some notes: (1) Despite his advanced years, Daniel’s administrative abilities and his passion for integrity make him highly valuable to a relatively enlightened ruler such as Darius. The sa…
 
Our guest this week is political activist and influencer, Charles McBryde! We became familiar with Charles through TikTok, where he speaks openly and honestly about his experience being groomed as a young Evangelical Republican for a role in the GOP political machine. During that time, he rubbed shoulders with the likes of Scott Walker, Marco Rubio…
 
In his day job for the last 15 years, Daniel Strange has taught church leaders about culture, worldview, and apologetics. He’s studied worldviews and philosophy. He talks about “plausibility structures” and “social imaginaries” and “cultural liturgies.” But it’s not some kind of vain philosophical exercise. He’s trying to help people grow in how th…
 
Three house church pastors discuss advantages of the house church movement in this episode. This show is Part Two of a five-part series on the topic of house churches. All five of the shows were recorded while streaming on Facebook Live; that full video is now available on the Household of Faith in Christ YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/wa…
 
We wanted to start this season out with a bang and boy did we! In this episode, we sit down with New York Times Bestselling Author, Charles Martin and discuss writing, bow hunting, and how growing up in the outdoors has helped shape Charles' writing into some of the most vivid and compelling stories in bookstores today. Some of the books Charles ha…
 
Welcome to season three of The Storied Outdoors! This episode is a little bit of a hybrid, and not the type of hybrid bass Brad and Bryan caught on the fishing trip down the Tallapoosa River either. This episode is an introduction to season three, a recap of season two, and the retelling of a fishing trip that Brad and Bryan had over the summer wit…
 
In this episode, Ray Ortlund and Sam Allberry discuss the cost of building and sustaining gospel culture. - Introduction—where you’d really like to preach (and Ray Ortlund’s kilt. And bagpipes.) - There’s a cost (4:08) - It’s not always going to be easy (6:27) - Nullifying the grace of God (8:56) - Time for some decisions (16:31) - Not just icing o…
 
The image Nebuchadnezzar set up (Dan. 3) was doubtless designed to unify the empire. That is why he ordained that all “peoples, nations and men of every language … must fall down and worship the image of gold” (Dan. 3:4–5). Living as he did in a pluralistic culture where people could with impunity add gods to their personal pantheon, Nebuchadnezzar…
 
On this episode Curtis interviews one of the newest additions to the BCC Council, Larissa Ferraro Bezerra. Larissa is an author and biblical counselor in Fortaleza, Ceara, Brazil. She is a member of the Brazilian Association of Biblical Counselors (ABCB) and teaches at conferences all over Brazil. Larissa joins us to discuss a variety of topics inc…
 
“[T]he third year of the reign of Jehoiakim king of Judah” (Dan. 1:1) is calculated on the Babylonian reckoning; the corresponding calculation in Judah would have made it his fourth year, i.e., 605 B.C. The first round of deportations took place, then, in 605, and swept up Daniel; the second, including Ezekiel, Jehoiachin, the Queen Mother, the ari…
 
“O LORD my God, you are very great; you are clothed with splendor and majesty.” So we read in the opening verse of Psalm 104. In this psalm the evidence of the Lord’s greatness is bound up with the created order. Some reflections: (1) In the opening verses (Ps. 104:1–4) the string of metaphorical touches is revealing. God wraps himself in light; he…
 
One of the loveliest of the Psalms is Psalm 103. I reflected on it in volume 1 (meditation for June 11). Here I want to return to several of its themes: (1) “The LORD is compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abounding in love” (Ps. 103:8). That truth is often expressed in the Old Testament. For example, when the Lord passes before Moses while …
 
In this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible, Nancy talks to Scott Redd, campus president and associate professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. Redd is the author of the chapter on Deuteronomy in A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the Old Testament: The Gospel Promised, edited by Miles Van Pelt. He describe…
 
Psalm 102 is sometimes wrongly labeled a penitential psalm. It sounds far more like the cry of a person whose sufferings are unexplained (like those of Job). At the beginning the sorrows are private and personal; later they are eclipsed by a growing concern for Zion. Progress toward Zion’s glory seems slow. This fosters a contrast between the psalm…
 
This week we’re joined by former Master’s Commission leader, Dustin Philipson! Dustin grew up in the Evangelical church, but drifted in and out as a teenager. He found his niche in the Christian punk and metal scene, and spent a lot of his formative years in Midwest venues. We had a lot of fun talking to Dustin, and we hope you enjoy the conversati…
 
Blair Linne’s mother planned to abort her before a Baptist minister’s words changed her mother’s mind. Linne moved 25 times before she set out on her own as an adult. She did not grow up with a father. I won’t spoil her new book, Finding My Father: How the Gospel Heals the Pain of Fatherlessness, published by The Good Book Company. But it’s a raw, …
 
Some of the Psalms are into collections. Psalms 93–100 celebrate the kingship and coming of the Lord. Thematically, however, they range from the exuberant exhilaration of Psalm 98 (yesterday’s meditation) to a more subdued but profoundly submissive awe. After the unrestrained joy of Psalm 98, there follows in Psalm 99 a profound reverence. We have …
 
This week’s episode features three house church pastors tackling some of the potential pitfalls of the house church movement. In upcoming shows the advantages, practices, and structure of various house chucrh models will be addressed. This is Part One of a five-part series on this topic. All five of these shows were recorded while streaming on Face…
 
In the Anglican Book of Common Prayer, Psalm 98 is known as the Cantate Domino (“Sing to the Lord”) and is placed between the evening Old Testament reading and its New Testament counterpart. It overflows with exhilarating worship and joy. The psalm has three stanzas. The first (Ps. 98:1–3) celebrates the “salvation” of God (found in each verse). Th…
 
In this episode, Ray Ortlund and Sam Allberry discuss gospel culture, renewal, revival, and awakening. • Introduction—favorite piece of music • Nothing less than another Great Awakening (2:00) • Regular ministry of the gospel with unusual amounts of fruit (2:57) • The kingdom is at hand (4:29) • Modeling repentance (6:54) • Repentance is personal (…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Reedy River Presbyterian Church-BPC is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Transhumanism: why it matters Subtitle: Special Studies Speaker: Dr Charles H Roberts Broadcaster: Reedy River Presbyterian Church-BPC Event: Sunday School Date: 10/10/2021 Bible: Genesis 6:1-11 Length: 29 min.…
 
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