Today I'm joined by Emily Eaver, writer for HeMadeUsAlive blog, to discuss evangelism. We tackled the tough topic of women evangelising, and talked about how young believers can share their faith in school. You can hear more from Emily at her blog, or the YouTube channel The Laborers where her friends have recorded publically sharing the Gospel.
In this episode Pastor Jim, from The Domain for Truth Blog, shares his testimony, and invaluable advice on how to be a blessing to missionaries families, and our pastors families. He also shares some stories from his time training pastors and missionaries overseas.
I interviewed Ray Rhodes, pastor and author of Susie: the Life and Legacy of Susannah Spurgeon. This is one of my all time favorite books, and I was so blessed by the discussion we had. Thank you Ray Rhodes, and Moody publishers!
In today's episode I conclude my interview with Tom on the dangers of ecumenism and the differences between the Catholic church and Christianity.
Today's episode is the first installment of a two part interview with Tom, blogger at ExCatholic4Christ. We discuss his testimony, and the difference between the Catholic faith and Christianity.
In todays episode I am joined, for the very first time, by a special co-host. You'll be hearing more from this particular co-host in future episodes, and I trust that you'll find him to be as quick witted and funny as I do. We discuss and refute postmodernism, while presenting the Christian worldview as the best alternative.
Today I discuss feminism and how it effects the church, the family, and our worldview. I look at this topic from a Biblical perspective. Here is a link to the blog I wrote about this, and this is a link to Michelle Lesley's blog which I mention in the podcast.
In AfterThought's first episode we start with my personal testimony. Growing up in a pagan household I rarely heard about God, or Christ. When my mom was saved during my teen years I professed a faith, without having ever understood the Law and Gospel. In 2015 one clip sent by a brother in Christ I had never met changed everything.