Why I Gave Up Being a Talk Radio Show Host

Originally Posted June 17, 2009 Recently, a friend of mine encouraged me to get into talk radio. So I tried. Once and only once. Never before, never again. It was a first-class disaster. This isn’t the whole show, but it’s the first phone call I got that night. . . and the last. Click the link below and listen to the hot-boiling phone call from a disgruntled caller. It’s less than 4 minutes long. That was the call that shattered… Read more

An Invitation to Binge!

Here’s a recent email I received by someone who is in his early 30s that sparked the idea for this blog post: “Frank, just want you to know that your podcast is changing my life. I’ve binged on all 100+ episodes and they are amazing! I love the variety, the humor, and the different types of music in the beginning. My only regret is that I wish I would have known about it several years ago when I was going… Read more

The Results of Our Blog Reader Survey Are In!

Today’s results come from all the readers of this blog. Here are the results along with my personal reactions. DEMOGRAPHICS * The majority readership of this blog is quite young. They are between the ages of 21 and 49. We also have people in their 50s and up and some who are younger than 21. * Most live in the USA. * Most are male, but many are female. * Most are married, but many are single. Some are separated…. Read more

Why I’m Still an Evangelical, But Beyond …

“Be careful to do as the Lord your God has commanded you; you shall not turn aside to the right hand or to the left.”  ~ Deuteronomy 5:32 Ever since I met the Lord some 30 years ago, I’ve been an evangelical. However, the term today has become so cluttered and muddied, and the “evangelical movement” has become so diluted and diverse, that it requires both definition and explanation. Back in 2012, I coined the term “beyond evangelical” which best… Read more

Open Up the Creator’s Toy Chest

In the beginning, there was nothing at all. Nothing was short and nothing was tall. Nothing was big and nothing was small. In the beginning, there was nothing at all. God created us to enjoy and learn from stories, even from a young age. The Creator’s Toy Chest children’s book series brings beloved Bible stories to life for young children with vivid illustrations, youthful characters, and rhyming text perfect for reading aloud. With Seuss like quality, my friend Brett Blair has… Read more

The Man Who Trumps Trump

Love him or loathe him, Donald Trump is a force of nature. Whatever can be said of him either negative or positive, the man is dramatic. Especially during interviews. But there is one man who trumps Trump. He first made his appearance on the 100th episode of my podcast. That’s when he first called in and the world discovered him. Then, my blog subscribers voted him in to have a full and exclusive interview with me in studio. And on… Read more

How to Deal With People Who Don’t Reciprocate in Friendship

The following post is a guest article by Ami Tori. Enjoy! — Reciprocity is one of the most important components of a strong, lasting relationship between two friends. Being a good friend means returning the favor when someone pays for your dinner, picks up your son from school, or invites you over for a party. In fact, reciprocity in friendship stems from the golden rule: treat others the way you want to be treated. If you want to be asked… Read more

My Last Podcast Episode & HT to Jon Stewart

Well, boys and girls, I ended my “Christ is ALL” podcast. I explain why and what has replaced the podcast on the 125th episode of the show, the final episode. (Moment of silence.) Interestingly, Jon Stewart ended his show a few days before I ended my podcast. I won’t write the “great minds” line here, but the word on the street is that Stewart heard a rumor that I was ending my show, and well, [fill in the blank]. Cough. If you’re… Read more

Logos 7 Sale! The Best Bible Software Available (Review)

To get 10% off, go here. This is it: The year you’re going to do deeper, more engaging Bible study. Oh, and it’s also the year you’re going to spend more time with family, exercise five times a week, consume vast amounts of kale, start writing that novel, and, if there’s time, achieve world peace. While you’re pretty much on your own with the majority of these resolutions (especially that kale one), there is a way you can do smarter,… Read more

Support a Powerful Ministry & Personal Friend

Jeffrey Harley is a friend of mine. He pastors an inner-city church in Philly and helps the poor, the marginalized, and some of the most difficult cases you and I will ever see in this life, serving as chaplain at a Christian rescue mission. Jeffrey is a member of The Deeper Christian Life Network and he attended MinistryMind 2017, where I got to spend quality time with him and a number of other ministers. (I call Jeffrey “Denzel” because he… Read more




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