About e-squared media network

We aim to engage and influence today’s culture with a Godly hope and perspective.
We provide effective videos, blogs & podcasts for the Church and the “Christ-curious”, helping them engage today’s culture with Jesus’ example as the starting point and the finish line.

“e²” in everything we offer:
EDIFY and ENCOURAGE
EQUIP and EVANGELIZE
EMOTIONAL ENGAGEMENT
EFFECTIVELY ENCOUNTER
ENDS of the EARTH

You see, e² media network is an evangelical Christian network whose foundation is Jesus Christ and the Bible. As we discuss the love of God, who God is, and God’s purpose for our lives, everything comes into focus – who we are, why we are, relationships, the culture and society around us, and our future.

WWUTT: Submit to the Governing Authorities?

The Apostle Paul said:Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God. Therefore whoever resists the authorities resists what God has appointed, and those who resist will incur judgment. For rulers are not a terror to good conduct, but to bad. Would you have no fear of the one who is in authority? Then do what is good, and you will receive his approval, for he is God’s servant for your good… … [Read more...]

The Briefing: Should It Be Illegal To Be A Stay-At-Home Mom?

I’m Albert Mohler and this is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview. [display_podcast]SHOULD IT BE ILLEGAL TO BE A STAY-AT-HOME MOM? WHY FEMINISTS WANT TO TAKE THIS CHOICE AWAY FROM WOMEN Should it be illegal for women to choose to be stay-at-home moms? If that sounds like an absolutely outlandish question—and it should—just keep in mind that it is a question now being asked in public in the nation of Australia. Behind this is the larger pattern of soc … [Read more...]

Jesus in HD 195: Jesus on Trial

[display_podcast]To say that after “they” — to quote the Apostle John — “bound Jesus and brought Him first to Annas,” Jesus’ life would never be the same again would be a gross understatement and wholly inaccurate.Fact is, as you are about to hear in this PODCAST, only some 15 hours after this cohort of some six hundred elite Roman soldiers led Him away in chains, Jesus’ life would be over.The Roman leader principally responsible for Jesus’ execution? The Procurator Pontius Pilate, wh … [Read more...]

Story Team Weekly: Adopted to Serve

Had Jon Wickes and Ben Law wanted to avoid a calling to foster care, they had a good list of excuses at their disposal. At the time, both men were in their mid-20s. Both were single. Neither Jon nor Ben were adopted. Yet, one night out of the month, along with their Missional Community group, they hosted a parents’ night out at the For the City Center for local foster families.In the fall of 2012, The Austin Stone Community Church featured a sermon series on adoption and, as Jon and Ben’s com … [Read more...]

5 Minutes in Church History: Chaplain John Bradford, British Martyr

In this episode of 5 Minutes in Church History, Stephen Nichols tells the story of the dishonest clerk who became a martyr.Our study of the three British martyrs concludes with a look at Chaplain Bradford. John Bradford was born in Manchester, England, around 1510. He was headed for a career as a clerk and he did very well. In fact, he served as a clerk for Henry VIII and also served in the Inner Temple, a professional association for barristers in England. There he also studied law and … [Read more...]

Reasonable Faith Podcast: Revisiting a Famous Debate – Part Two

Dr. Craig discusses an interview with Dr. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong revisiting the issues of their debate as well as some new topics. [display_podcast]KEVIN HARRIS: Come on in! It is Reasonable Faith with Dr. William Lane Craig. We are going to go to part two in our series on Walter Sinnott-Armstrong's interview with Robert Kuhn. Let's pick up right where we left off last time…DR. WALTER SINNOTT-ARMSTRONG: One example of this would be Aquinas' cosmological argument. He argues . . . I don' … [Read more...]