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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Are you looking to grow deeper into the gospel of Jesus Christ or interested in knowing how to apply the gospel to every area of your life? Then join Dr. Jonathan G. Smith each week as he shares his sermons from Redeemer Anglican Church of Orlando Fl. His goal is to help you live a Gospel-centered life through the liberating power of faith in Jesus Christ.
 
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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Everybody is talking about Netflix's original documentary "Pray Away," in which ex-leaders and a survivor of the so-called "conversion therapy" movement speak out about its harm to the LGBTQ+ community and its devastating persistence. If you haven't seen it, go ahead and bump it to the top of your queue. Although it's been widely applauded, there a…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Generations Radio is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Gospel Coalition Movie Reviews - How Discernment Goes Out the Window Subtitle: How Discernment Leaves Speaker: Kevin Swanson Broadcaster: Generations Radio Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 8/26/2021 Length: 35 min.…
 
It is appropriate to reflect on Psalm 74 at this stage of our reading of the major prophets. It sounds as if it was written at a time of national disaster, perhaps the devastation of 587 B.C. (compare Pss. 79, 137; Lam. 2:5–9). The worst blow of all is that all the prophets are silent (Ps. 74:9). Then suddenly in the midst of the gloom and havoc is…
 
Ezekiel 25–32 preserves Ezekiel’s oracles against the nations. If Yahweh is the God of the whole earth, it is not surprising if he has things to say to individual nations other than Israel, quite apart from what he says to all nations without distinction. Certainly there is ample evidence that God holds all nations responsible for the sins they com…
 
Daniel Razvi is an attorney, a classically trained pianist, a former homeschool kid, a part of the Conquered By Love Ministries team, and also one of the pastors of a church that meets in a private home. Now he’s also one of the regular panelists who will be on the show each week. Daniel has been a guest on the show in the past, but given his new r…
 
Series 2 of A Mucky Business kicks off with Tim Farron, the former leader of the Liberal Democrats, talking to Dame Andrea Leadsom, who nearly became Prime Minister in 2016 and has had several top jobs in Cabinet. Andrea talks about why she gets annoyed when Christians suggest that ambition is wrong and what Boris Johnson said to her in *that* bus …
 
Our guest this week is author, podcaster, and writer for www.thehardtimes.net, Dan Kozuh! Dan grew up outside of Chicago in an emergent Evangelical mega church, but grew further and further removed from it, over time. We discuss his experience with things like AWANA and youth revivals, learning to recognize and manage his anxiety, and what it's bee…
 
The second part of Ezekiel 24 (Ezek. 24:15–27) is perhaps the most wrenching passage in the entire book. Elsewhere we catch glimpses of Ezekiel the faithful prophet, Ezekiel the stern witness to the truth of God, Ezekiel the man prepared to act out extraordinary symbol-laden parables. Here we read of Ezekiel the husband. Some observations: (1) A ti…
 
In former Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam’s new book, Faithful Presence: The Promise and the Peril of Faith in the Public Square (Nelson Books), he asks, “Do our political actions match our theology, or has our theology been taken captive to our political beliefs?” A political book that’s driven by theology, Faithful Presence offers a stirring call …
 
Find out about what's coming up in series 2 of 'A Mucky Business' and why MP Tim Farron is keen to see Christians around the UK engage in politics. If you have any feedback or suggestions of guests, questions or topics, please email: farron@premier.org.uk or add 07711 701133 to your phone and send a message on WhatsApp. Series Producer: Cara Bentle…
 
Old age. It is not something our generation likes to talk about very much, at least not in realistic categories. We talk about preparing for retirement, but only with the greatest reluctance do we prepare for infirmity and death. Very few talk about these matters openly and frankly—without, on the one hand, dwelling on them (which shows they are fr…
 
In this episode: Introduction—best family vacation (0:00) Not every church service needs utility (2:56) Gospel culture is not an optional add-on (4:53) Church culture reflects what we believe (6:46) Does anything go? (9:33) When you don’t have a gospel culture (12:00) Cultivating gospel culture long term (13:56) It starts with the pastor (16:32) Wh…
 
My call to the ministry was bound up with Ezekiel 22:30–31: “I looked for a man among them who would build up the wall and stand before me in the gap on behalf of the land so I would not have to destroy it, but I found none. So I will pour out my wrath on them and consume them with my fiery anger, bringing down on their own heads all they have done…
 
Psalm 68 is one of the most exuberant and boisterous psalms in the Psalter. The opening lines mingle praise and petition that focus on God’s justice and compassion (Ps. 68:1–6). The next verses (Ps. 68:7–18) picture the march of God from Sinai on—probably on to Jerusalem as the place where the tabernacle would be sited. Some have argued that this p…
 
Imran “Raz” Razvi is the owner of Higher Ground Financial Group, founder of Conquered By Love Ministries, and Pastor of the Church That Meets at Imran’s House. Now he is one of the permanent fixtures on the Faith Debate panel. Imran has been a guest on the show in the past, but given his new role with the program, this episode is dedicated to heari…
 
On this episode of Friday Fellowship, we're joined by history teacher and host of the Pilgrim's Digress podcast Aaron Minton! If you've been listening for a while, you might remember a story about Sam's friend who pumped his couch full of seasonal beerfest vomit... That's our buddy, Aaron. We touch on his youth group crusade against Catholicism, th…
 
During this episode of The Big Brown Gadfly, Dr Bobby Lopez and Jeff Dornik discuss the upcoming Cancel-Proof Christianity Summit in Ft Worth, TX, on Saturday September 25th. During this event, they’ll unveil their plan to create an alternative to the current education system which will both protect conservative professors from censorship and will …
 
The lament for Israel’s princes (Ezek. 19) is at one level pretty straightforward. The lioness in the opening verses of the psalm is the nation as a whole, which gave birth to the kings. Then as now, the lion was the king of beasts, and so it readily served as a symbol for the royal Davidic line (e.g., Gen. 49:9; Mic. 5:8). In Ezekiel 19:10–14 the …
 
On this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible, Nancy Guthrie talks with Dick Lucas in London’s Proclamation Trust offices about what makes an excellent Bible teacher. We talked about how a teacher studies and prepares to teach, dealing with discouragement as a teacher, as well as the temptation to pride. Lucas was rector of St. Helen’s Bishopsgate fro…
 
The case for individual responsibility is perhaps nowhere in the Bible put more strongly than in Ezekiel 18. Yet it is important to understand the passage within its historical and theological context, before attempting to apply it to our own day. The proverb quoted in verse 2, “The fathers eat sour grapes, and the children’s teeth are set on edge,…
 
This week we're joined by Scott Rodgers - a guy who, over the course of his career, has done a little bit of everything in the entertainment industry. Although his family wasn't necessarily "religious," Scott got involved in church as a teen. He later joined The Dingees, a ska/punk band signed to Tooth & Nail Records. He went on to become an actor,…
 
A pastoral colleague of mine, Dr. Roy Clements, has preached through a number of psalms under the series title “Songs of Experience.” The title is insightful. Though they are full of doctrine, the psalms are not summaries of doctrine. Many of them are, quite literally, songs of experience. In the Psalms, not a few doctrines become firmly planted in…
 
In this episode: Introduction—favorite movies (0:00) Creating gospel culture (1:56) Two of the most important minutes of the service (3:43) It’s pastoral ministry (6:04) “How did you come…?” (9:52) Challenging messages are a total failure (11:17) Setting a tone for the glory of Christ (13:56) Pastoral prayer (14:52) Sermons that nurture gospel cult…
 
If Ezekiel 15 pictures Jerusalem as a useless vine (imagery that shows up elsewhere, e.g., Ps. 80; Isa. 5), Ezekiel 16 pictures Jerusalem as a prostitute. The language is shocking, horrible—and it is meant to be. The long analogy begins as a rather extreme version of My Fair Lady: absolutely everything this woman enjoys, not least life itself, is t…
 
The superscription of Psalm 57 specifies that this psalm was written when David “had fled from Saul into the cave” (cf. 1 Sam. 22:1; 24:3). What we find, then, is something of the emotional and spiritual tone of the man when he could say, in efect, that “there is only a step between me and death” (1 Sam. 20:3). Some reflections: (1) Even as he crie…
 
Three observations from Ezekiel 14: First, the peculiar expression “set up idols in their hearts,” repeated several times with minor variations in Ezekiel 14:1–8, reeks of duplicity. Publicly there may be a fair bit of covenantal allegiance, but heart loyalty simply isn’t there. To set up idols in the heart is to separate oneself from the living Go…
 
In almost every generation there are both true voices and false. How can one discern between the two? The question cannot be comprehensively answered by referring to only one passage. For instance, Deuteronomy 13 provides one framework that should be carefully thought through, but it is not the only one. Here in Ezekiel 13 the matter is cast not so…
 
The substance of Ezekiel 12 is easy to understand. One can imagine the power in Ezekiel’s symbol-laden actions. In full view of the exiles, he packs his meager belongings in exactly the same way he would if he were a Jerusalemite preparing for a seven-hundred-mile march into exile. What he could bring would have to be carried on his shoulders. At n…
 
In this episode, you'll hear how God worked in and through the tragedy of September 11, 2001 to draw Christina and Brian Stanton into a deeper faith. Pastors Tim Keller, Mark Dever, John Piper, and Bert Daniel, along with several Redeemer Presbyterian Church elders and staff, also share their stories of how this particular collective suffering chan…
 
On September 11, 2001, Christina and Brian Stanton were blown back into their apartment and knocked unconscious by the impact of the second plane hitting the south World Trade Center tower. Four miles north, the staff of Redeemer Presbyterian Church climbed out a window onto a balcony. From there, they saw both towers collapse. Four hours south, th…
 
There are two highly symbolic actions in Ezekiel 11, one of them beginning in Ezekiel 10, the other entirely within the chapter at hand: (1) Although it is difficult to trace exactly the movement of the glory of the Lord, it is reasonably clear that this glory, once associated with the temple—especially with the Most Holy Place and the ark of the c…
 
This week we sat down with podcaster podcaster and ex-Mormon, Charisse a.k.a. The Existential Ginger! Charisse didn't just grow up in the Mormon church, she was devout. After a series of painful life events, she could no longer ignore the glaring problems in her "spiritual life." Having left the church, she set out to start a new life for herself f…
 
In light of the terrible judgments pronounced against Jerusalem in Ezekiel 8–11, with the beginning of the withdrawal of the glory of the Lord in Ezekiel 10, we should think through the bearing of such sins in our own framework: Why do we choose what can last but an hour Before we must leave it behind? Why do possessions exert brutal power To rende…
 
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