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The Impact of Apologetics and Theology On Youth Ministry with Tim Stratton

Tim Stratton, of Free Thinking Ministries, joined to show to discuss various issues related to apologetics, free will, Calvinism, and Molinism. In this first part, Tim talked about his time working with students in youth ministry and how it changed... Continue Reading →

Are we focused on giving students a religious experience or knowledge of God?

Over the last two weeks, I have had the privilege of training over 550 students at two different summer camps. I am used to training students, but there was something I wasn't used to. The students were as young as... Continue Reading →

Instilling a Faith That Endures with Dr. John Marriott

This is now week 4 in my discussion on how to best prepare the younger generation to face the cultural challenges with a faith that endures. Dr. John Marriott joined me to kick off the conversation in part 1 when... Continue Reading →

How can I fix a broken relationship that is unknowingly my fault?

Is the person better off without me?

Preparing Young People For the Future with J. Warner Wallace

The newest book by Sean McDowell and J. Warner Wallace has finally released! So the Next Generation will Know: Preparing Young Christians for a Challenging World is available for purchase and a must read if you are a youth pastor,... Continue Reading →

How do you talk to people who won’t listen?

What do you do when you are talking with someone who doesn't care about facts, evidence, or logic? What if they only want to do what they want to do?

Azusa Pacific University and LGBTQ+ Relationships

If you know much about the cultural debate on LGBTQ relationships in California then you will know that it has been a busy week in the news. This week's podcast covers three of these big stories. AB 2943 was withdrawn.... Continue Reading →

Always Be Ready with Dr. Hugh Ross

When I started to read Always Be Ready: A Call to Adventurous Faith, I felt like I was back on the┬ámission field. During my four years as a missionary in the Dominican Republic, I often found myself reading missionary biographies.... Continue Reading →

The March For Our Lives: Cultural Beliefs and Worldview Conversations

Today, the March For Our Lives drew hundreds of thousands around the United States. People were marching for human value and against gun violence. However, many don't realize the worldview assumptions behind this any many other cultural beliefs. We are... Continue Reading →

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