Barry begins his series in Luke chapter 8 taking a look at the parable of the sower and the properties of the 4 soils.
Rob, Winston, and Daisy join Barry to chat about ‘stand your ground’ laws, gender warriors, and millennials. Rob’s Article Winston’s Article Daisy’s Article
Barry Creamer talks through Galatians chapter 2 to point out some things about the gospel: 1) it is too important to get wrong, and 2) the freedom found in the gospel is extended to all.
Barry heads back into Acts, covering the first section of Chapter 20.
Barry talks with Will Graham, of the Billy Graham Association, about ministry lessons, the gospel, and millenials.
Dr. Russell Moore, President of the ERLC, talks with Barry about ways in which we believers can engage the culture in faith.
Barry wraps up Acts 16, somehow making a discussion of a prison break, crocodiles, Lydia, and sojourners make sense.
We finish up Acts 14 and see the consistency found in the gospel through message and the need for contextualization.
The comparison continues as Barry talks through Acts 14, pointing out that the gospel message changes and yet always stays the same.
Barry points out some interesting parallels that focus attention on true and false prophets in Acts 13.