Listen as Matthew Burford talks with Jared Jones about being a missionary in Takasaki, Japan. Building trust in a relationship in Japan and being there for the long term. What are the religious themes in Takasaki? What are the big worldview questions that these missionaries have to tackle? Listen and find out more.
What are our parameters for the Old Testament and how the context of Job speaks to us today? How much do books like Job speak to us as Christians in our modern Context? Listen as guests Dr. Roy E Ciampa and Dr. Will Kynes discuss these questions with Matthew Burford.
Finances are tool that God uses to allocate money efficiently across industries, across geography, and across time. Do we have freedom to do what God wants us to do in a sever economic downturn? Listen as Matt and Travis interview Dr. Shane Underwood as they talk about how Covid-19 has effected the economy and the church.
What is the longterm strategy for the Church? How are we moving forward with our new ideas about social distancing when we think about gathering as a Christian Fellowship. Listen as Matt interviews a group of pastors and theologians to discuss these very issues.
Guests: Drs. Kyle McClellan, Joel Busby, Calvin Bell, Tom Fuller & Cameron Dahl
Matt and Travis interview Bradford Acton about the ethics of thinking about the economy in times of trouble? Is there a Theology of economics? How should we count the costs of lives over the disruption of the finances and the market? In the tradition of common sense questions and clear thinking, our group takes a hard look at what it means to be a Christian during this hard economic time.
Gary talks to us about Mere Christianity and relates it to the yellow brick road. If we stay on the yellow brick road, which is the Resurrection according to Gary, then we will get to the Emerald City. Give it a listen here and share with anyone and everyone!