William Chatterton Dix’s most famous hymn is “What Child Is This,” based on the poem “The Manger Throne.” In the hymn, Dix asks the rhetorical question, “What child is this who laid to rest on Mary’s lap is sleeping?”
Landon and Chris Harrington sit down to talk about Nourishing the Nations, a ministry that focuses on feeding children and sharing the gospel.
When I read the story of Joseph, I’m always struck by his obedience and faithfulness. Certainly I don’t want to make Joseph “the” hero of the story. He is, however, remarkably obedient and faithful once he arrives in Egypt.
Landon sits down with Corey “Les” Speer and Hunter “Garrick” Seigler to talk about their recent teaching series, “The Ten Commandments.”
Landon talks to the Bishop of Greenwood, aka Zach Crook, pastor of Greenwood Baptist Church. Together they kick around advice for a first time pastor.
Any student of the Bible knows the treasure of doctrine that is found on the pages of Paul’s letter to the church in Rome. However, Romans also contains a remarkable amount of personal correspondence. While our theological formulations may come from the doctrinal portions of the book, Paul’s personal correspondence offers a beautiful description of Christian ministry.
Landon talks to “Pastor Crossfit,” Josh Green, about regular pastors and extended time away, aka, sabbaticals.
Last night my church (Immanuel) had a joint worship night with another local church (Redemption). We gathered together to read Scripture and respond in worship. As we sang praises to God, I was reminded of the value of congregational singing.