First Liberty Briefing: Why Excluding All Religions is Religious Discrimination

The Lansing Housing Commission in Michigan allowed residents to use a community room for birthday parties, tutoring, and events. However, the commission refused to grant access to the community rooms for “religious worship, services, or programs.” Learn why religious discrimination is not cured by discriminating against all religions equally at you for joining us for the First Liberty Briefing, an exclusive podcast where host Jeremy Dys—also First Liberty Senio … [Read more...]

Ask Pastor John: What’s the Last Thing You Would Tweet?

Welcome back to a new week on the Ask Pastor John podcast. Pastor John, what do you want to be as your final words on Twitter, in 140 characters? Brittany writes in to ask it: “Dear Pastor John, if you could say one last thing to this world, what would your message to us be? In other words, what is the one-sentence message, the one last tweet, that is the most important thing we need to hear from you, and why?”I took Brittany seriously when she suggested it be one last tweet, so here’s my exa … [Read more...]

Reflections of Grace 144: The Invitation to the Kingdom

[display_podcast]We are so fast paced in our country.  And we have incorporated this into our relationship with God.  We are a fast food nation.We want instantaneous answers, overnight transformation, speedy growth.  We want drive up and drive through service.But God desires to speak to us daily through His word.  He wants to have direct conversation with us.  When we only rely upon others to feed us on Sunday mornings, we are relying upon the processed word; what we are being fed … [Read more...]

The Briefing: Syria Bombing Aftermath and Christian Persecution

I’m Albert Mohler and this is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview. [display_podcast]IS THE COLD WAR BACK? CONSIDERING THE AFTERMATH OF THE US STRIKE IN SYRIA The United States’ airstrikes on Syria last Thursday night in the aftermath of that nation’s use of chemical and indeed nerve gas weapons in order to kill its own people still leads the international conversation, and for good reason. This has shifted the entire international perspective from on … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 178: Tim Hawkins

[display_podcast]I am on the road with my buddy Tim Hawkins. Even though it’s the eighth time together on air, it still feels new, despite our large body of work, as they say in the biz. We’re having a blast performing together… even when we can’t hear one another. For instance, the other night I could hardly hear a word he was saying, but I caught the words “Eye of Sauron” and KNEW he was making fun of my bald spot.Oh, the little things that make us laugh!Tim is moving on up in the c … [Read more...]

Jesus in HD 197: Jesus Walks the Way of Sorrows

[display_podcast] It is called, appropriately enough, the Via Dolorosa, Latin for “The Way of Sorrows.” For Jesus, it absolutely was a way of sorrows — every single excruciatingly painful step of it, from the Antonia Fortress (where Pilate sentenced Him), to Golgotha (where Jesus’ execution awaited Him).In this PODCAST, we will walk that path together.It was what we call Good Friday. For the Jews, it was Preparation Day… not to prepare for the Passover, but for the Sabbath. It just happ … [Read more...]