Today on Doctrine and Devotion Jimmy Fowler and I discuss church leadership (the good and the band kinds), whether or not leaders should be held to a “higher standard,” and how the elder candidacy works at Redeemer Fellowship. Plus, we finally learn about Jimmy’s unbreakable connection to Donald Trump, and why I hate most of your Christmas cards. Check it out here.
In case you missed it, Jimmy Fowler and I started a podcast last week called, Doctrine and Devotion. Every Monday and Thursday we drop new episodes that explore Christian faith and practice from an experiential perspective. It is a lot of fun and the response has been great! Give it a listen and if you like it share it with others. It's available on all platforms. Head over to the website for all the details.
In episode 01 we talk through the issue of "backsliding." This was our first run, so the sound is pretty bad, but still worth checking out.
In episode two we ask, "Can Baptists be Reformed?" Ahhh. Enjoy the quality sound and production as we get into some of the details about being reformed, and how bapists can or cannot be a part of it.
In episode 3 we dive into family ministry. What does it mean for family to be a priority, how should we disciple our children, and how can we encourage our spouse on a regular basis.
I was back on Chris Arnzen's radio show, Iron Sharpens Iron, this week and had a great time talking through some of the practical implications of Reformed Theology. It was an edifying and fun conversations. You can listen our two hour conversation below. Heads up: there are a couple "f bombs" in this one. (Relax. I'm not going all Kings Kaleidoscope on you.)
Check out Iron Sharpens Iron for great, theological conversations.