It’s been a rough one so I’m taking this week off. I could use prayer for my physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Thanks for understanding.
This week, I talk about mentors and character, share an interesting article about how we can apply the doctrine of hell to our lives, an interesting resource for hearing some new music, and then we’ll be continuing our interesting study of John Bunyan’s classic, Pilgrims Progress by exploring how Bunyan’s suffering affected his love for his church. Interesting Links: Ravi: […]
Please open to John 2:13–17 and let’s read it together. But before we do, a little context. Remember where we are in the Gospel of John. I told you […]
Turn with me to 1 Kings 18:1–40 and I want to read two stories about the prophet Elijah today, but we need to read a large section so we can get the whole story. A lot has already happened up to this point, but you’ll figure out how things are going as we read. The only thing you really […]
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Audio: Text: We’ve been slowly working our way through 1st Corinthians and after a Christmas break and the January series on depression, it’s time to get back into our study by turning to 1st Corinthians 5. “It is actually reported that there is sexual immorality among you, and of a kind that is not tolerated even among pagans, for a […]
Sermon Audio: Sermon Text: Doctor Luke Tonight we’ve read the Christmas story from the Gospel of Luke. Luke, the man whom the gospel was named after, was Greek Gentile (or non-jewish), who was trained as a doctor. He was a friend to the ailing Apostle Paul and accompanied him on some of his missionary journeys to help him with his […]
“This is how one should regard us, as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God. Moreover, it is required of stewards that they be found faithful. But with me it is a very small thing that I should be judged by you or by any human court. In fact, I do not even judge myself. For I […]
Let’s open up to 1 Corinthians 3:1-4 and read it together. We already studied verses 1-3 last week, but I want to read them again to remind us of the context: “But I, brothers, could not address you as spiritual people, but as people of the flesh, as infants in Christ. I fed you with milk, not solid food, for […]
Our “live and let live”/”everyone has their own truth” culture isn’t very good at calling out or confronting sin, but scripture is clear that Christians are supposed to be holding […]
Here’s a special announcement about what’s taking us so long to get to our first episode of 2016! Podcast Audio: Behind the Scenes Video: How Can You Help Carnivore Theology? 1. Pray for us! 2. Ask us a question in your voice on our SpeakPipe page! 3. Comment on our Facebook page, Twitter, and iTunes! 4. Share http://www.CarnivoreTheology.com with your friends. Sharing is caring! 5. […]
The cultural phenomenon that is STAR WARS has another episode coming out soon! The guys from CT are excited about it, but should they be? Let’s talk about the cultural […]
Jesus told us to love our enemies, but that seems very complicated these days. Immigration concerns for the people being displaced by jihadist radicals is a growing concern. Many thousands […]
We talk with Tim Whitehead, the Executive Director of Galcom International (YouTube Link), a ministry that uses radio technology to communicate the Gospel message to people all around the world. They’ve […]