In this podcast I want to talk about Christians and civil disobedience and I even include women in this discussion because of what is happening in Iran.
FOLLOW OUR PODCASTS ON: Itunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play IHeartRadio TuneIn Podchaser PODCAST NOTES: Hi my name is Dean Smith and in this podcast, I want to discuss the question: Does how we think, affect how we age? But first let me ask you a question: At what age does a person officially become old? So what age did you pick? A recent survey of 2,000 Americans commissioned by LetsGetChecked asked that very question. This survey concluded that you are officially old when you turn 57. When I read the number I was absolutely shocked and also concerned because if we think we are old at just 57, could this potentially impact our aging process? As well, they provided some top indicators that you have officially reached old age. 39% listed an increased concern about health. 36% said more wrinkles. 35% listed grey hair And perhaps what was most disturbing is that 34% said hair loss. Good grief I was losing hair by the time I was 30. But in England, a similar survey of …
Follow our podcasts on: Itunes Stitcher Spotify Google Play IHeartRadio TuneIn Podchaser PODCAST NOTES: Hi my name is Dean Smith and in this Easter podcast I want to answer the top theological question of the day, namely how many crosses did Jesus die on? Now here is the strange thing, most Christians, and I even include myself in this, at times believe Jesus actually died on two crosses. The Gospel of John tells us that Jesus was crucified along with two other men, and that Jesus was on the middle cross with the two criminals on either side of him. But most Christians believe that sometime in the middle of one of those nights that Jesus hung on the cross for our sins, God switched the Lord to one of the other crosses. And what is even more incredible, the disciples, who had been absolutely traumatized by the Lord’s crucifixion, didn’t even notice and never recorded this switch in the Bible. I know this sounds strange, but this is what most Christians believe. Of course, …
In this podcast, Wayne Johnston gives a prophetic word that God gave him recently about the coronavirus. What is your default setting? How are you reacting to the pandemic?
In this podcast, I hope to answer three important questions. First, what in the world is grave soaking? Secondly, who in the world is Gehazi and thirdly, what is the strange connection between Gehazi and grave soaking?
In this podcast, I talk about the first recorded case of whiplash in the Bible and how it affects your faith. It happened when Jesus gave a very unexpected answer to the disciples’ question.
In this podcast we ask the simple question: Would you have done it? My dad was a World War II vet and as a young boy I loved listening to his stories about the war, where my dad was part of a forward scouting team that went behind enemy lines looking for the location of enemy units.
In this podcast, Barb Smith interviews Kate Fisher on the gift of hospitality.
When Jesus pulled Peter out of water after his failed attempt to walk on water, the Lord said Peter had ‘little faith.’ I think we have misunderstood the concept of “little faith” and we need to understand it in light of the “great faith” of the Phoenician woman. These two stories are connected.
In the Gospels, Jesus gave His disciples authority and power, yet so many Christians walk around today like beaten puppies. In this podcast, we explain the authority of the believer.
There is a new phrase seeping into Christian circles referred to as “Social Justice.” What does it mean and what does the Bible have to say about “Social Justice?”
Many believe that Jesus’s exhortation to love your neighbor as ourselves contradicts the Old Testament law that brutally spoke of eye for eye and tooth for tooth justice. In this podcast, we show how the eye for eye law was actually the foundation of Jesus’s teaching to love your neighbor.