New Podcast: Our Influences

On the latest Talking Theology Along the Way podcast, Jon, Jonathon, and Dustin discuss people and books that have influenced them in their lives. We end the podcast with a few recommendations for reading for every Christian. You can listen to it here. Don’t forget to subscribe!

Introducing the Talking Theology Along the Way Podcast

Starting with this month we will be posting episodes of our new podcast entitled Talking Theology Along the Way. As you’ll hear in this first episode, the regular contributors to the podcast are Jonathon Woodyard and Dustin Coleman, regular writers on this blog, and another good friend of ours, Jon Canler. The goal of this podcast…

My Daughter, Give Me Your Heart

I have prayed many things for my children (all girls!) over the years. I have prayed for their salvation, that God would shine the light of the gospel in their hearts. I have prayed for their future husbands, that he would be a man that loves Jesus and loves her like Jesus loves His bride. I have…

Ancient Words, Ever True

The echoes of centuries resonate deeper and louder than the currents of the present. Think about the songs we sing as a gathered church. How many of you have sung these songs in worship in the last six months: “Lord, I Lift Your Name on High”; “Shout to the Lord”; “Open the Eyes of My…

How to Make Your Words Sweet

The timing of well-intentioned words often determines their sweetness in our ears. I am a doubly irritating person. One, I’m a morning person. There’s something about morning people that grates on the last nerve of people that aren’t geared that way. What’s more, I love to sing. To me, there’s no better way to express the…

Flashback Wednesday: Dealing With Depression

**This post originally ran on April 24, 2018, written by Nathan Millican** Depression is “just this detached, meaningless fog where you can’t feel anything about anything.” Depression is a malady that has hit close to my heart, as family members and close friends have struggled with it. Although I’ve personally not battled with intense and pervasive…