The podcast is on break to celebrate the arrival of my newest grandchild. We’ll return to the Gospel of Matthew and the Sermon on the Mount in mid-September.
Despite the popularity of podcasts today, many people don’t know how to get started listening. Don’t be embarrassed! Ironically, because there are so many different ways to listen, getting started is confusing. Anyone can click on a YouTube video or google a website, but where do you find podcasts? Here are some tutorials.
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The podcast is on study break before we start a new series. During my study break, I will randomly offer single podcasts that illustrate good Bible study methodology. Or you can listen to any of over 500 previous episodes.
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The podcast is on break for the holidays. In the meantime, please listen to a previous episode or series. May I suggest one of these:
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The podcast is on break this week for some much need rest and relaxation. In the meantime, here are 16 things to do during the break.
Ray Stedman was one of the twentieth century’s foremost pastors and biblical expositors. He was my first pastor. Many of his books and his wife Elaine’s books are now free online. The first two on the list are my favorites.
Want to improve your bible study skills? Got 20 minutes? Listen to the Renewing Your Mind podcast. This week (February 2017) RC Sproul is podcasting from his series “Knowing Scripture”, which covers interpreting and applying Scripture properly. Each podcast lasts about 20 minutes, which is perfect for listening while you drive. Time well spent!
What’s better the second time around? Soup is always better the second day. Some books and movies are better the second time since you can catch things you missed when you know what happens next. Coffee with new friends is better when they are a bit less “new” and nervous. And bible study. The second […]
High Five for Friday! In no particular order, here’s a look back at some of my favorite things from this week for which I am grateful. My rescue kitties from the SPCA are warming up and settling in. My soccer team — University of Virginia Women — made it the championship game of the NCAA […]
Here’s a look back at some of my favorite things from this week for which I am grateful.
High Five for Friday! Here’s a look back at some of my favorite things from this week for which I am grateful. Terrible Love, a movie my son edited, won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at the Austin Film Festival. How cool is that! It’s like winning the People’s Choice award! My […]