Landon talks to Stephen Stroope, aka “Stroope Dog,” about disappointment in ministry, and Stroope makes a major announcement on the podcast!
Surprised by Joy is the story of CS Lewis’ life, particularly the story of how he became a follower of Jesus. Towards the end of the book Lewis describes the moment he moved from atheism to theism.
Over the last three weeks I’ve met with several groups of men for breakfast and Bible study. Our focus was directed to prayers of confession in the Old Testament. We looked at Psalm 51, Daniel 9, and Nehemiah 9. Each week we tried to make sense of the context as well as the actual prayer of confession.
When you turn to God after a tragedy so crushing, what do you say? Here are six suggestions of things to pray after Sutherland Springs (or after the next mass shooting).
Landon talks to Corey Speer, aka “Les” about the importance of pastors staying at their churches.
I think Young’s Candyland series is a visible reminder that we are in desperate need of a new Reformation. This year is the 500th anniversary of Luther nailing the 95 Theses to the church door in Wittenberg, and 500 years later it seems we Protestants have come full circle.
When it comes to church, we’ve all heard the same clichés … Don’t go to church, be the church … I don’t mind God, it’s his fan club I can’t stand … You don’t have to go to church to worship God …
In 2012 the popular band Mumford and Sons released a song called “Hopeless Wanderer.” The hit song ends with this refrain, “I will learn to love the skies I’m under.” Take it from a guy who’s lived a lot of places, there’s wisdom in that refrain.
Landon talks to Hunter Seigler, aka Asterisk, aka Garrick, aka Pookie Bear, aka Napoleon, aka Big Cat about the pros and cons of youth camp.