In this episode of People in Exile we are joined again by Adam Pfahlert. In this episode, we talk about what Adam has learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, how his church has responded, and looking ahead - we discuss how things might change beyond this pandemic.
In this episode of People in Exile we are joined by Adam Pfahlert from Union Baptist in South Carolina. He talks about his testimony, his calling, and his family.
In this episode of People in Exile, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers discuss the last session of T4G 2020 (online edition). We discuss the messages brought by Ed Moore and Mark Dever. Ed Moore gave a message on encouraging pastors from 2 Timothy 4:5 - Fulfill. Your. Ministry. While Mark Dever gave us 10 things we can expect on the Day of Judgment. We want to thank all those associated with Together for the Gospel (T4G) for finding a way to make this conference happen even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oh taste and see that the Lord is good!
In this episode of People in Exile, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers discuss the messages presented by Ligon Duncan, HB Charles, and Kevin DeYoung on Days two and three of T4G 2020. Ligon Duncan preached from Ephesians 4:11-13. HB Chalres preached from 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 about running to win the prize. Finally, Kevin DeYoung brought a message about the Goodness of God, and all that entails. Please remember that all of these messages brought at T4G 2020 are expected to be available at T4G.org on May 14, 2020.
In this episode, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers discuss the messages brought by John Piper and Trip Lee. John Piper discusses whether or not we should preach and teach the gospel as expounding the whole Bible. Trip Lee discusses the beauty of the gospel as found in Revelation 1:5-6.
In this episode of People in Exile, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers have a conversation about T4G 2020, Day 1, Session 2. We discuss Greg Gilbert's message on the gospel as he discusses the priesthood of Christ as well as the kingship of Christ as a representative and suffering servant. We also discuss Albert Mohler's message on the glory of God as found in the gospel.
In this episode of People in Exile, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers discus Day 1, Session 1 of T4G 2020. We discus Richard Chin's message from Colossians 3:1-17 and David Platt's message from 1 Peter 5:1-4.
In this episode of the People in Exile Podcast, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers have a conversation with Nathan Brewer about the T4G 2020 Conference. We discussed what we are looking forward to during the conference along with the things we will miss the most by not being together in Louisville, Kentucky.
In this episode of People in Exile, we have a conversation with Mathew Leach about Worship. What is worship? What is special about worship through songs and music? Since we cannot meet corporately in buildings across the country and world, how should we be engaging in worship at home?
In this episode of People in Exile Podcast, we have a conversation with Mathew Leach about his journey to faith in Jesus Christ. Mathew talks about being invited to join a church youth group in high school, being discipled by his youth pastor, and his sense of calling into full-time vocational ministry at age 18. He discuses how that calling was twisted and shaped into where he currently is at Fishhawk Fellowship Church.
In this episode of the People in Exile Podcast, we discuss the COVID-19 situation and how it affects churches. We specifically discuss how Christians should respond during this time. Additionally, we lean in to the idea that as in Jeremiah 29:7, Israel was commanded to seek the welfare of the city where He had placed them in exile - similarly, we, as Christians, should be seeking the welfare of our city, especially in a period of widespread uncertainty and panic. Let's provide hope to a world where hope is waning!
In this episode, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers have a conversation about the 2020 Jacksonville Pastor's Conference. We talk about the benefits of conferences, and how excited Ben gets when he attends a conference. We also discussed some of the take aways we had from this conference.
Thank you First Baptist Jacksonville for hosting this conference for so many years!!
In this Part 2 episode of our discussion on Dr Karen Swallow Prior's book, "On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life through Great Books," we go a bit more in-depth in her ideas of virtue and vice. In particular, we look at several of the books and short stories she used to illustrate how we can vicariously learn and develop virtue through our reading of literature.
In this episode, we have a discussion about the book called, "On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life Through Great Books." Dr Karen Swallow Prior has written several books. This book was published in 2018. This book discusses the twelve virtues and how we develop virtue even through reading good books.
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In this episode, as 2019 comes to close - another year, another decade - we look back over the last 20 years since the turn of the century to see how our lives have changed significantly. We discuss how God has continued to transform us into the image of His Son through the years. We also take a look forward and contemplate what our lives may look like in 2040. Happy New Year!
In this episode, we discuss many different topics all set around the holidays - from Thanksgiving to Christmas. We talk about Advent, Politics, and more - including favorite Christmas album, songs, and movies.
In this episode, we discuss a range of topics with the theme being the Holidays - from Thanksgiving to Christmas - we discus the Advent Season, Dealing with Grief at this time of year, Politics with Family, Favorite Christmas Songs, Christmas Albums, and Christmas Movies.
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In this episode, Ben Ellis, Andrew Chamberlin, and Chris Chambers discuss the second half of Galatians chapter 3. We discuss the promise God made to Abraham, and why it is important that the promise came so many years before the Mosaic Law was given to Israel. We also discuss how we wrestle with the commands we have to pursue and put on righteousness with the fact that we have to place our faith in Christ, not only for the justification of salvation, but for our sanctification, as well.
In this episode, we continue in our study of Galatians. In particular, we discus Galatians 3:1-14. We look at the importance of faith vs the law. We discuss Abraham, and why the Apostle Paul points back to Abraham in this section of Galatians (and also discusses Abraham in Romans 4).
In this episode of People in Exile, we have a conversation with Andrew Chamberlin's father, Doug Chamberlin. Doug and his wife served on the mission field overseas in Spain. Doug talks about his testimony, his family, his relationship with Christ, and his time in Spain.
In this episode of the People in Exile Podcast, we discuss the sanctity of human life. During the conversation, we discuss abortion and adoption. As per usual, we try to talk through how we are to seek the welfare of our cities as it pertains to the sanctity of human life.
In this episode, John Mitten shares his personal testimony along with spiritual disciplines that have helped him personally in his growth into Christlikeness.
In this episode, we discuss Rosaria's post-conversion story as told in her book, "The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert." We discuss ideas of church covenants, sanctification, and more.
"The Secret Thought of an Unlikely Convert: an English Professor's Journey into Christian Faith" by Rosaria Butterfield - PART TWO
In this episode, we continue to discuss Rosaria Butterfield's conversion story.
In this episode, we discuss the autobiographical book written by Rosaria Butterfield, "The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert: an English Professor's Journey into Christian Faith." Rosaria Butterfield has a wonderful testimony, and we discuss how many parts of her story are (should be) normative. We also discuss how God, in His sovereignty, used others inside the Church to draw Rosaria to Himself.