Real Stuff My Dad Says 75: Calling A Spade A Spade – The Inconvenient Truth About Josh Duggar

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[display_podcast] First off, if you’re offended by this week’s title, then this may not be the right article for you.  Secondly, if you do not consider yourself a Bible believing Christ-follower, this may not be the right article for you.  Thirdly, if you think that Josh Duggar should be rung up and banned from the public circle, then this may not be the right article for you. All that being said, if you consider the Bible to be infallible, and if you value the words written in the Book of Hebr … [Read more...]

Jesus in HD 111: What I Wish I Knew Then That I Know Now (A First-Person Rendition)

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[display_podcast] As you will hear in this PODCAST, I have now reached a point in my life and ministry where I am easily bemused. Bemused by a question that I more and more frequently get asked. When I am out speaking at a camp or a conference, often times a young man or woman just starting out in the ministry, or headed for his first ministry, will with furrowed brow and pen poised at the ready ask me this singularly significant question: What do you wish you knew then that you know … [Read more...]

Ouxano: To Whom It May Concern (AND IT CONCERNS YOU!)

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[display_podcast] From Pastor Matt Tague, author of Read the Word: The Bible was written for you: This week, we take a look at the Bible’s New Testament Epistles and ask, “How do these ancient letters apply to life in the 21st Century”? In many churches, the Epistles make up the core of must New Testament teaching. They are letters written by apostles. The Epistles in the New Testament are written by Paul, Peter, John, Jesus’ own brothers James and Jude, and then there is the Book of Hebrews, … [Read more...]

Ouxano: Comparing and Contrasting the Gospels

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[display_podcast]From Pastor Matt Tague, author of Read the Word: The Bible was written for you: This week, we look at some of the similarities and differences of the New Testament Gospels that tell the story of Jesus’ ministry.  First off, let’s look at Matthew, Mark, and Luke, also known as the synoptic (similar) Gospels. They are very similar, yet different. For instance, consider the same story offered differently in the following passages. But, first some context: Jesus had just come d … [Read more...]

Jesus in HD 71: The Apostle Peter’s Startling Story (a First-Person Rendition)

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[display_podcast]It is, without a doubt, my absolute favorite spot in all of Israel. Which, given my love for the land and its people, is quite a remarkable statement.In this PODCAST, you will hear where it is, and why it is.Here’s a clue: It’s the Apostle Peter’s favorite spot too. John 212 Simon Peter, Thomas called the Twin, Nathanael of Cana in Galilee, the sons of Zebedee, and two others of His disciples were together. 3 Simon Peter said to them, “I am going fishing.”T … [Read more...]

Church for Men 9: Where Are the Peters in Church Today?

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[display_podcast]Donald Miller is the latest high-powered Christian man to admit he rarely attends church. The author of bestsellers, “Blue Like Jazz,” and “Searching for God Knows What” recently said he rarely attends worship services, and feels no connection to God while singing in church.I also cited the work of Dr. Michael Lindsay, who interviewed 360 of America’s most prominent evangelicals, 90 percent of whom were men. These well-known believers included athletes, CEOs, Hollywood st … [Read more...]


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