Faith, Work, and Giving
Introduction to Faith & Work
Bent Tree Bible: Faith & Work Equipping
Faith & Work Fellows
Give the Problem Time to Breathe
Faith & Work: Theological/Relational Dimension
Positive Pastor's Take; Churches Starting from Scratch
Internal Church Chat: The Challenge of Going Outward
Value of Work and Bridge to Churches
Reclaiming the Hope of Eschatology: Framing the Discussion
Living Now in Light of Then
Eschatology Matters: Contemporary Issues Facing the Future
Eschatology in Culture Today
Breakfast with Chad Hennings
Breakfast with Gary Brandenburg
One Church's Journey in Faith & Work
When Work Stinks
Theology of Work
A Light in the Darkness: The Therapeutic Value of Hope
A Ministry of Hope: A Pastor's Perspective on the Need for Eschatology
The Future in Pop Culture: Hope in Music
The End in World Religions: Eschatology of the 'isms' vs. 'Christian Hope'
This End Up: Comparison and Critique of Evangelical Eschatologies
Projecting the Future: Eschatology and Apocalypse in Film
The Beginning of the End: The Promised Renovation of Creation
Are You Working Wearily or Heartily?
Development of Leadership
A Crucial Union: A Layman's Partnership with Pastoral Staff on Faith at Work
An Introduction to a Theology of Work
More Than A Paycheck
Breakfast with Jim Denison
Theology of Work
Connecting Sunday to Monday
Building Spiritual Capital in the Workplace
You 2.0: God's Design for a Joyful, Balanced Life
Ethics in the Workplace Workshop
Work Matters: The Pastor/Parishioner Perspective
Origin of the Soul
In this episode, Kymberli Cook and Joshua Farris discuss the differing views on the origin of the soul and how the church has handled this subject over the years.
Taking Humor Seriously
In this episode, Kasey Olander, Robert Duckworth, and Steve Wilkens explore the existence of humor in the Bible and how humor can be used to share truth.
Evangelicalism, History, and Race
In this episode, Darrell Bock and Brandon Washington discuss the history of American Evangelicalism in light of race, repentance, and reconciliation.
Predestination and Free Will
In this episode, Kymberli Cook, Timothy Yoder, and Paul Smalley discuss free will and predestination, exploring their existence in Scripture and the tension that arises between these two ideas.
An African American Life – Classic
In this episode, Darrell Bock and Milyce Pipkin (also known as talk show host Dee Dee Sharp), discuss her journey to faith as an African American woman faced with many challenges.
How Christians Should Think About the Paranormal – Classic
In this classic episode, Kymberli Cook, Linda Marten, and Scott Horrell discuss the reality of a spiritual world and spiritual beings and how to make sense of them from a biblical perspective.
Leaving Hate Behind – Classic
In this classic episode, Dr. Thomas Tarrants shares with Bill Hendricks his personal story of transformation through the gospel from a violent racist in the Ku Klux Klan to a committed pursuer of Christ and racial reconciliation.
Human Ontology: What It Means To Be Human
In this episode, Kymberli Cook and Daniel Hill examine the important question, “what does it mean to be human?” while discussing various Christian and non-Christian ideas in the world today.
A Christian Approach to Emotions
In this episode, Kymberli Cook, Milyce Pipkin, and Alasdair Groves examine healthy and unhealthy approaches to handling our emotions and how to engage them in a way that honors God.
Does Sociology Matter for the Church?
In this episode, Darrell Bock and Sam Perry discuss how sociology when done right can benefit the Church and society as a whole.
Ways to Love Your Neighbor
In this episode, Kasey Olander is joined by Jimmy and Kelly Needham to discuss how to cultivate a lifestyle of evangelism, highlighting creative ways to share your faith.
The Spirit World in the Old Testament
In this episode, Kymberli Cook, Bob Chisholm, and John Walton discuss the reality of spiritual beings in the Old Testament and how to understand them in their proper context.