What do governments (from communist to good old ‘merica) know about controlling their citizens that we should take note of in the church? In this episode, we discuss a topic (hopefully engagingly so) that most have kicked to the curb to their peril. What we say and what we mean by it can affect peoples’ souls: Ours, our neighbors & friends, and our kids. Here is a link to a video we are discussing: itbn.org/index/detail/ec/B5aWc3MzE6EbyciUOTXvh2T0FbeU7mZ7. Special thanks to Rob O’Keefe of Lancaster, Ohio for his valuable insight that helped us put this episode together!
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The latest in satirical Inner Man Radio sponsors - in support of our episode “Christianese”.
A follow up to our Youth Immersion episode, where we examined at what age is appropriate for a person to be immersed into Christ. What is a person to do if they were immersed young? What if a person isn’t sure if they were old enough? What if, as parents, we encouraged or allowed our children to be immersed as youth? What now? Mark and Jason talk through their immersions as youth, what it did (and didn’t do) for them, as well as some practical steps moving forward. For an in-depth study on this topic, check out Steve Compton’s work on the subject - newcreationstudies.org/studies/childandyouthimmersion.htm
Is my child old enough to become a Christian? Is there a magical age? What if my child were to die today, would they go to heaven? At what age does the grace that covers children cease to cover them? As parents these questions are probably on the back (or front) of our minds quite often, especially as our children reach certain age milestones - 12, 16, 18, 21, etc. Here are some principles to help guide us as we ask these questions. For an in-depth study, check out Steve Compton’s work on the subject here - newcreationstudies.org/studies/childandyouthimmersion.htm
In our series “Boots On The Ground” we gain insight into what it takes to get things done by interviewing the ones who are doing the work! Jeff McGraw of Lancaster (LANkester), OH is one of those people. Jeff gives us valuable insight into how he gets it done, what challenges he sees facing Christian men today, and what the biggest opportunities we have in this day and age. Let’s learn from Jeff!
Let’s hunker down in our underground shipping container, gather the children ‘round the solar internet radio and listen to this episode for some ENCOURAGING NEWS about the days we live in!
The Ashley family is an amazing family from Bozeman, MT, who has had to deal with and overcome multiple brain surgeries due to a hereditary medical condition. Support Sarah, Davis and their children as they travel to and from New York for surgeries and recovery.
A little fun leading up to Episode 25 - A Christian’s response to difficult times.
Follow up to Man Up Challenge #1! Keeping our word. Mark and Jason took the Man Up Challenge and share the results, lessons learned as well as some humurous insights on what we can do to be BETTER men of our word.
Are you ready to MAN UP? Are you a man of your word? Would you like to be? We explore the benefits to being men of our words, the consequences for not, some tips on how to, and introduce a challenge like none-other. Ready for a challenge? Let’s GO!