Dr. David Henderson, Criswell Professor of Psychology and Counseling, drops by to introduce the topic of personality, and begins by describing the elements that form an individual’s personality.
Dr. Joe Wooddell talks with Barry about the ethics of using photographs of suffering people in order to make an impression.
Bill Watson and Winston Hottman drop in to talk about how we can use moments in each day to practice spirituality to prepare for those moments of temptation.
Barry closes up Acts chapter 8 with the story of Philip and his faithfulness to share the gospel with the Ethiopian eunuch.
Barry heads back to chapter eight of Acts and points out the fact that everywhere the gospel of God goes people’s lives are transformed.
Barry continues teaching through Acts 8, introducing us to a new character in the church but certainly not a new problem.
Barry Creamer gets back into the book of Acts and reminds us that God’s people always share His message.
Dr. Steven Lytle, a Clinical Psychologist at Sparrow House Counseling, joins Dr. Henderson to finish the conversation about identity: what shapes it and who should define it.
Barry warns us not to throw the baby out with the bath water when it comes to a phrase which has come under fire recently: “God has a wonderful plan for your life.”
Dr. Henderson speaks with Dr. Steven Lytle about our true identity versus our definition of self outside of Christ.