Name this episode! Leave a comment or review and give us your best title. In this podcast, Pastor Craig and Pastor Jeremy discuss our calling to ministry. We talk about our expectations going in and the changes that have taken place over time, especially changes to the definition of truth and how it is evaluated.
Today we discuss the current situation with the Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. Are these changes necessary? Do popularity and ministry mix? What causes us to be so disappointed and put out by the moral failures of Christian leaders?
Pastor James Coates from Edmonton Alberta, Canada is arrested by the RCMP for not complying with Ministry of Health regulations by exceeding 15% capacity in a church service. We discuss the implications this has for churches and our future freedoms in Canada.
Pastor Jeremy Interviews the President and CEO of Ratio Christi. Ratio Christi is a ministry that "uses apologetics to share the Gospel and to strengthen Christians for the challenges that we face on college and university campuses."
PC & PJ Discuss the difficulty of sharing the good news at Christmas when everyone is looking for a feel-good message. Christmas is absolutely about good news but unless we are honest about our condition it's not good news.
Just another example of how much our world is changing. USA, the great experiment called democracy, finds itself o life support following the recent elections. What should our response be as a Christian? Is civil war the answer, will it come to that? Should we be very afraid? Answers to all this and more!
Why are we so quick to shout down dissenting Ideas? Is this the way we cancel truth? There was a time when it was a virtue to listen to the other side, to debate ideas, and respect people even if you didn't respect their ideas.
In light of recent political and social unrest surrounding social justice and racism, we discuss a forgotten option of forgiveness. How do justice and forgiveness work together and what is a proper response?
We continue our discussion of Bible Fellowship's mission statement. This time we talk about the phrase, "by the grace of God" and discuss the purpose behind it and how it shapes what we do as a church and how we do ministry and share the gospel.
This begins a series on our mission statement here at Bible Fellowship. We discuss what it means to make disciples, and how we get it wrong sometimes. How we make it more complicated than it really is, and how Jesus made disciples.
Pastors Craig and Jeremy discuss the emotional impact of several months of talking about nothing but what to be afraid of, and dealing with the pressure of physical distancing, counting people in the room and staying out of the path of aerosol particulates!
Given the current state of unrest in our world over the death of George Floyd and the actions of the Minneapolis Police/City Officials, what is the appropriate response for a Christian? What will it take to heal our world of racism and what can we do about it?
Jonathan Steingard announced on his Instagram page that he had lost his faith in God and is no longer a Christian. We discuss recent high profile Christians losing faith, the impact on fans and the contributing factors in their lives that lead to these conclusions.
Jeremy and Craig discuss how we ended up in a non-denominational church and why we prefer it over a denomination. Also discuss the reasons why a person may move to another church and how to make that decision.
Pastors Craig and Jeremy discuss what if anything will change because of COVID-19 and the shift to online ministry. Will we return to business as usual? What has the use of technology taught us concerning how ministry should be done?
What happens to us when we get on social media? Its like we forget that the whole world is watching. Here are some tips for navigating and being an effective ambassador for Christ in this time of isolation and social distancing.