How do you know if you are explicitly called by God to do something, or if it’s just a really good idea? In this episode, I’m going to attempt to lay out a way of thinking about what God wants you to do that will relieve the pressure of thinking you need some divine calling in order to wake up, get to work, and serve the Lord. Enjoy the show!
Can your work be considered ministry? An unfortunate trend that I see in Christianity today is the idea that only pastors and other kinds of Bible teachers are the ones in ministry. This is not only false, but very unbiblical! Don’t cheat yourself out of ministry. Listen in to this episode to hear my thoughts.
In our conversations, we often see apathy displayed towards Christianity and the things of God. In this short episode, I share a quick tip that may help you move those conversations to the next level and get people thinking past their apathetic tendencies.
How should our interactions go when defending the faith before unbelievers? In this episode, we discuss the core difference between some popular methods of apologetics (explained in the episode), and why I think presuppositional apologetics is the most biblically consistent form.
There is a proverb that says “in all thy ways knowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.” There is deep truth to be discovered in this verse that has an extremely practical application to your daily life. Do you do everything with the awareness of God’s will and plan in mind?
There may come a time when you share a fundamental disagreement with your pastor, or some other member of leadership at your church. How should you handle that? I suggest five things: Be prayerful - be respectful - be studied - be bold - be teachable
Is there a problem when church is live in the past? I think so. While having and experiencing a great move of God is a wonderful thing, our biggest concern should be about giving him glory and honor in the present. Listen to this episode for a few more of my thoughts.