When it comes to sports, the lessons a young Christian can learn are great! Yet, so are the opportunities to lose perspective. Today, we welcome Mr. Barry Walker from Canada as he helps us to think in a godly way about sports.
It’s a privilege this week to have Mr. Gerald Weston on the podcast to talk about having the right perspective on the future and why teens and young adults can rest their hopes in what God has in store for them.
[We mention an older podcast, “How Can I Have Hope for My Future?” That one can be found here.]
Well, one of us saw a movie recently. With both America and Japan taking cinema’s most famous “big lizard” out for a spin, we talk about the differences in their approaches and try to model biblically shaped thinking and perspective when processing the offerings of pop culture.
P.S. For some reason, the Spotify embedding is not currently working. We’ve tested it with old episodes that worked before, and it is not working for any of them. So, we presume it is a temporary Spotify issue (even the Spotify app was acting a bit buggy). So, if Spotify is your platform of choice, it is not embedded below, but should still work. That is, you can still find us on Spotify if you search for us, or you can try this link.
Social archetypes are shoved onto young women from all sides—moving from “fashionable” to “cringy” so fast they might make your head spin. Today, we take a look at the Girlboss idea, the Soft Girl era that wants to replace it, and the Trad Wife phenomenon, and then consider what God says a young woman should actually aim for. It might surprise you!
The usual platforms are below. But first, we mention a couple of sermons in these podcasts—here also are links to those.
We’re back after our Thanksgiving break! And this week we discuss some of the temptations and misunderstandings that you might come across as you listen to the news about the Israel-Gaza conflict. A lot of people want young minds on their side—keep yours on God’s.
When you hear “pre-engagement counseling,” you might ask yourself, “Why would I want to counsel with a minister before I get engaged?” Yet, if you’re thinking biblically, it makes perfect sense. Join us as we talk about it on this week’s episode.
The Council of Elders meetings just ended yesterday, and so many of you liked our podcast about what those are like we thought we’d do another one! We hope you enjoy it.
Also, here are the two articles we mention in the podcast: one from Mr. Weston about the Council of Elders and one from Mr. Hernández from 2014 discussing what the Bible says about events in the Middle East. We recommend them both!