Matter of Theology Podcast
Continuing on with reformation month, this week we are talking about the worth of the reformation. The reformation had results and lessons that we can bring forward into today.
It is Reformation month! Last year, we devoted all of October to talking about the reformation. This October we are doing much of the same. In this episode, Drew and Chris discuss worship, the reformers view of worship,
In this episode, Chris and Drew discuss why theology matters, and approaching every topic with a biblical worldview.
In this special episode, Chris and Drew are joined by Dave Jenkins from Servants of Grace to discuss writing. If you have write, or have had the desire to become a writer then we want to encourage you to listen in.
For this episode, Drew and Chris decided it was a much needed time to sit and exposit a passage of scripture. Colossians 2:6-10 is a text that teaches us how we should walk, where our foundation is rooted, and what our focus should continually be on.
If you are a parent then you know that raising children is hard. If you are not a parent, but you desire to be one... parenting is hard. However, the Bible gives us clear instruction as to how we are to raise and guide our children.
While the media continues to push the scare tactics of COVID-19, and protests continue to pop us; we must not ignore the fact that people within the body of Christ have lost their jobs, and some their homes.
Co-host Josh Lofthus wrote an encouraging message for the struggling believer. It was so moving that we asked him to record it so that we can share it to our listeners. Christian, do you ever ask, "why does God seem far off?
we are returning to our look at ecclesiology, the study of the church. In this episode, we are turning our focus towards discipleship. In order to help us navigate these waters that seem to go uncharted in the modern church,
In this episode, we mash up Matter of Theology with The Conversation Chronicles (our series on Facebook and YouTube) to discuss reparations and unity in Christ. With all the talk of racism, the talk of reparations is beginning to increase.