On Why Conversion and Evangelism Matters in Missions, with Pastor Harshit and Josh Manley (Missions Talk, Ep. 4)By J. Mack Stiles, J. Manley, P. Harshit, R. Robertson | 11.11.2022
A poor understanding of evangelism and conversion will have disastrous effects, especially among cultures where there’s little familiarity with the gospel. In this episode of Missions Talk, Mack and Ryan chat with two overseas pastors about this.
In this episode of Priscilla Talk, Erin, Jenny, and Keri talk with Nancy Guthrie about how delighting in biblical theology ought to grow your love for Christ and his church.
In this episode of Bible Talk, Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Joshua 7–8. They discuss the sin of Achan, the fall of Ai, and the “death and resurrection” of Israel.
In this episode of Pastors Talk, Jonathan Leeman and Josh Manley interview two Afghan men who both served as pastors of an underground church.
Joshua 5–6: On the Walls of Jericho, the Fall of Jericho, and a Different Kind of “Circumcision Party” (Bible Talk, Ep. 66)By A. Duke, J. Hamilton, S. Emadi | 11.02.2022
Israel has finally inherited the land by faith, and now they must keep it by faith. That’s the story of the Battle of Jericho. Alex Duke chats with Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Joshua 5–6.
Jonathan Leeman chats with Mark Dever and John Piper about music in the church. They discuss manipulating emotions, raising hands in worship, mere musical accompaniment, and more!
In this episode of Missions Talk, Ryan Robertson and Mack Stiles chat with Brooks Buser and Matt Tyler about the necessity of sound doctrine—whether you’re in the deep jungle of Papua New Guinea or a global city with 25 million people.
In Episode 2 of Priscilla Talk, Keri Folmar chats with Erin and Jenny about how women can leave light and fluffy Bible studies behind and delight in doctrine instead.
Way back in Genesis 12, God promised Abraham that his descendants would inherit the land. And now—finally, after hundreds of years—they get to enter it.
Jonathan chat with Jeramie Rinne, a pastor whose church building was destroyed by last month’s Hurricane Ian.
Should preaching be engaging? What does that even mean? How does it go overboard?
Bible Talk is back! After more than 40 hours through the Torah, Alex Duke chats Jim Hamilton and Sam Emadi about Joshua 1–2. They cover Rahab and the spies, bad biblical theology, and more.
Pastors’ wives and Priscilla Talk co-hosts Keri Folmar and Jenny Manley join Mark Dever and Jonathan Leeman to discuss what pastors should know about their favorite church member.
Episode 2: On Why Expositional Preaching Matters in Missions (with John Folmar and Christian Lwanda)By C. Lwanda, J. Mack Stiles, J. Folmar, R. Robertson | 10.13.2022
Does expository preaching matter in missions? Is it essential to a church’s health among every language, people, and nation?