Profiles in Christian Living (formerly Australian Christian Life) is an official podcast of AP, interviewing Australian Christians. Podcasts are released fortnightly and video podcasts available at ap.org.au, on YouTube or Facebook.
Here in this final episode for Season 2 of Profiles in Christian Living, Mark Powell discusses the facts on transgenderism while chatting with Professor John Whitehall, a Professor of Paediatrics with over 50 years experience.
Reverend Paul McKendrick has served as a pastor in Evans Head, and now works with Ministry and Mission. In this episode of Profiles in Christian Living, Mark Powell talks to Paul about what we are to think of the coming minister drought.
Lessons from a lifetime of being in the pulpit, hear from Simon Manchester in this weeks' Profiles in Christian Living podcast. With new episodes each week, be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!
Reaching men today with the gospel, hear from the life and experience of Vince Williamson in this week's episode of Profiles in Christian Living. Be sure to subscribe wherever you watch or listen to your podcasts!
Chris Morphew is a chaplain at Presbyterian Ladies College in Sydney, the author of "Best News Ever" and the "Big Questions" series from The Good Book Company, as well as one of the authors behind the Zac Power book series. Mark Powell is joined in the studio by Chris for this latest podcast, be sure to tune in and subscribe to the Profiles in Christian Living podcast!
Rev. Dr. David Burge works in both academic and pastoral realms. He teaches Systematic Theology and New Testament at Sydney Missionary and Bible College while serving as pastor at Drummoyne Presbyterian Church. David encourages evangelical Christian leaders to not be perturbed by sceptical scholarship, nor to dilute its message in order to meet our culture half way. Scripture is best declared with humble confidence.
Much pastoral attention to couples extends to those who are currenting dating, engaged or married. But what if you're single looking for a date? Are you allowed to? Shouldn't you be content? What challenges should I be aware of? Simon Wong is a pastor of an intergenerational congregation at Cornerstone Concord, and in this episode he shares some theological and pastoral reflections on looking for a date.
The Canberra Declaration is the work of many individual Christians, clergy and Christian ministries, representing a wide variety of denominations. This week, hear Mark Powell talk with Kurt Mahlburg and Warwick Marsh about this important work.
Pastor. Parkinsons. Publishing. Don't miss out on this podcast with Paul Cooper, as Mark Powell finds out more about Paul Cooper, his ministry to the church and Paul's insights in to the state of the church. This podcast was filmed in late 2020.
Peter Barnes, pastor at Revesby Presbyterian Church and Moderator General of the Presbyterian Church of Australia, gave insight in to the current and past pandemics. This podcast was recorded towards the end of 2020.
In this special episode, Mark Latham joined Mark Powell in a video call to discuss the Education Legislation Amendment (Parental Rights) Bill 2020, religious freedom and more. Don't miss out on this podcast interview!
Recorded at the end of 2020, this podcast episode saw the Rev Dr Peter Barnes take the reigns of host to talk with Luke Powell (Mark Powell's son) about university life, and historical figures in philosophy.
Leader of the Australian Christian Lobby, Martyn Iles, came to Reformers Bookshop to talk with Mark Powell about his upbringing, what's behind his boldness and confidence in the public square, and much more!
A man who needs no introduction, Colin Buchanan, was the latest guest to join Mark Powell for Profiles in Christian Living. Hear about some of Colin's history, what's behind his music, and insights into preaching and the Christian life.
Cameron Clausing, Lecturer in Applied Theology and Missional Engagement at Christ College as of 2021, starts off the second season of AP's "Profiles in Christian Living" podcast, talking about who he is, Herman Bavinck, and the Presbyterian Church.