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The Gospel Coalition Podcast features keynote and breakout sessions from our national, regional, and women's conferences. We exist to equip the next generation of believers, pastors, and church leaders to shape life and ministry around the gospel.
 
Each week, we’re joined by Council members of The Gospel Coalition Council and friends who provide biblical perspective on your most pressing questions. Whatever your doubts or questions may be, this is a space where we hope to share biblical insight into life’s questions together.
 
A high-quality Pathfinder actual play podcast set in the homebrewed world of Sword Art Online. Follow alongside the AOD guild as they fight their way through each floor trying to find a way to escape the game. Comedy and drama abound. This is the main feed for MRPF. We are running the Sword Art Online: AOD and The Gate Chronicles campaigns concurrently. Release Schedule: AOD on Sundays 9am EST and TGC Bi-Weekly Wednesdays 9am EST. Rated PG-13 for occasional mild language, violence, and dark ...
 
Gospelbound, hosted by Collin Hansen for The Gospel Coalition, is a podcast for those searching for firm faith in an anxious age. Each week, Collin talks with insightful guests about books, ideas, and how to navigate life by the gospel of Jesus Christ in a post-Christian culture.
 
Explore what it means to follow Jesus Christ within the cultural context of New York City. Join the pastoral team at Trinity Grace Church (TGC) for sermons, teachings, and conversations recorded live at our weekly worship gathering in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn. Each episode is framed and contextualized specifically for our local congregation and city. This podcast is a production of Trinity Grace Church, a non-denominational Christian church in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Our vision ...
 
Welcome to Todays Growth: Growing Business Today “Classics” edition. Here you’ll find the “Best Of” and most downloaded podcasts from Ken & Kerri Courtright. Ken & Kerri founded TGC/Income Store, a four time Inc.5000 company. Both best-selling authors in multiple categories, Ken & Kerri share growth tips and nuggets describing how they have grown, and currently grow, their 25 year-old 100+ employee company. Their growth tips are all case-study based and rooted in their real world experience ...
 
Former Death Row Record's Executive Reggie Wright Jr., a former Compton PD officer, Street Reputable Big James McDonald and the former owner of Don Diva magazine Cavario chronicle the biggest members of the gangster underworld and former inmates in the world of entertainment. Follow The Gangster Chronicles on Instagram @thegangsterchroniclespodcast and Facebook @Thegangsterchronicles
 
On the Appeal to Heaven podcast, Chase Wilder, Andy Sivils and Jeremy Dolence talk about Politics and culture from a biblical, Christ centered viewpoint. We believe that Christians engaging in the realm of politics and social institutions in order to advance the kingdom of God is an essential aspect of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. “He is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead, that in everything he might be preeminent. For in him all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell, and through h ...
 
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In this episode of TGC Q&A, Josh Byers and Quina Aragon address the question, “How do the arts help us learn and grasp Scripture?” They address: The arts as a means of communication (:28) Hesitation around engaging the arts (1:57) God and visual communication (2:11) Emotion, the arts, and memory (2:45) The Psalms and emotional experience (4:12) Ima…
 
During The Gospel Coalition’s 2018 Women’s Conference, Noël Piper, Latoya McCutcheon, Lauren Hansen, and Megan Hill participated in a panel discussion titled “Co-Laboring in the Gospel: A Conversation for Pastors’ and Elders’ Wives.” Through the conversation, they encouraged and challenged ministry wives, knowing that the role in which they walk is…
 
Politics flow downstream from culture. And the culture along with its politics seems more than ever to stand squarely against the church. St. Paul wrote in 2 Corinthians 10:3-5, "3 For though we walk in the flesh, we are not waging war according to the flesh. 4 For the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy str…
 
On New Years Eve, I had a thought. Why don't I make a mix to show the vibe of a TGC Party and what you might here. So after a drink or two, I made this mix. Only keeping this up for six weeks then it will be deleted. Sorry for the Sound pause an hour in, Equipment snafu
 
When Demons Show Up by Anthony Dodgers “People shouldn’t call for demons unless they really mean what they say.” In The Last Battle, C.S. Lewis’s final volume in The Chronicles of Narnia, the enemies of Narnia promote a false teaching that Aslan, the great Lion and true King of Narnia, is the same as Tash, the wicked vulture-like god of the Calorme…
 
Something is to be gained by bringing today’s two readings, Nehemiah 8 and Acts 18, into juxtaposition. Much of Acts 18 is devoted to preaching and teaching the Word of God and to the issue of how to understand God’s revelation aright. When Silas and Timothy arrive in Corinth from Macedonia (Acts 18:5), presumably bringing with them some support mo…
 
www.gottesdienst.org/gottesblog/2020/12/15/timeo-daneos-et-dona-ferentes “Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes.”— VIRGIL There is a reason why Homer’s “Trojan Horse” has become a metaphor in nearly every language. Nearly every invasion of diabolical, revolutionary ideas comes by invitation rather than by frontal assault. The progressive purveyors of the G…
 
Retrieving the Mountain King's scepter proved to be quite the challenge for our pawty. Faced with a guardian statue, they triumphed with relative ease. But the puzzle that followed left the doggos stumped for quite some time. Now that they've obtained the scepter, they were quickly whisked away by Bones to the location of the last artifact, a cave …
 
Caleb Clardy, founding pastor at Trinity Grace Church, teaches from Exodus 3:1–22 on the Second Sunday after Epiphany, speaking in Park Slope on January 17, 2021. This is the second in our Epiphany series, "Encountering the Presence." The weekly teaching is contextualized specifically for our church in the Park Slope neighborhood and our local cong…
 
With Every Soldier of the Heavenly Army Announcing the moveable feasts, Epiphany 2020 Note: this essay appeared in Gottesdienst (the print journal) in the Michaelmas 2020 issue. Today would have been my son’s sixteenth birthday, and so I would like to share this with our readers today. The Proper Preface is a confession of the unity of the Church -…
 
ON STEALING: WHY LOCKDOWNS ARE EVILby Karl Fabrizius 250 This is enough of an explanation of what stealing is. Let the commandment not be understood too narrowly. But let it apply to everything that has to do with our neighbors. Briefly, in summary (as in the former commandments) this is what is forbidden: (a) To do our neighbor any injury or wrong…
 
If I want to read anyone’s reflections on recent years, it’s Russell Moore. The president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the SBC hasn’t been as visible or vocal as he was before 2017, at least until the last week following the attack on the U.S. Capitol. But his newest book, The Courage to Stand: Facing Your Fear Without Losing Y…
 
In this episode of TGC Q&A, Al Mohler and Bryan Chapell address the question, “What will define the next generation of pastors?” They address: Concerns about the next generation of pastors (:29) Depreciation of commitment to denominations (1:00) Maintaining gospel centrality in a pluralistic culture (2:24) Deny Scripture or not talk about it (3:15)…
 
Perceive, Know, Fulfill by Jason Braaten The first Sunday that follows the Feast of the Epiphany of Our Lord always causes a slight struggle within me. The struggle is this. What should be observed on that Sunday: The First Sunday after Epiphany or The Feast of the Baptism of Our Lord? I have typically gone with the Baptism of Our Lord. But when I …
 
It is worth comparing the two italicized passages (Neh. 2; Acts 12:1–19). The same God is behind both situations, of course. In both situations, a lone servant of God faces the challenge of building up and strengthening God’s people in the teeth of opposition from some pretty hostile customers. Both men are in danger, in part for political reasons,…
 
Caleb Clardy, founding pastor at Trinity Grace Church, teaches from Matthew 2:1–15 on the First Sunday after Epiphany, speaking in Park Slope on January 10, 2021. This is the first in our Epiphany series, "Encountering the Presence." The weekly teaching is contextualized specifically for our church in the Park Slope neighborhood and our local congr…
 
The pawty made their way to the supposed location of the Mountain King's castle, only to discover no actual castle in sight. After exploring the area further, the sinister scent of a Dream Eater caught their attention and in their pursuit of it awoke a stone guardian. A deadly encounter ensued and the pawty was victorious, but just then, the earth …
 
Waiting until things get back to normal . . . by Jason Braaten There is a sense among the clergy ranks that we need to wait to begin doing things until the pandemic is over, until things get back to normal. On top of this is the fear that what we do during the current pandemic climate will be poorly received by the world because we’re in a pandemic…
 
In this episode of TGC Q&A, Ray Ortlund and Sam Allberry address the question, “How can churches live out the doctrines of grace?” They address: Cherishing and living the doctrines of grace (:29) Being prepared to die (:59) Loving others to the end (2:12) Gospel doctrine, gospel culture (3:32) What impedes gospel culture and progress (5:09) Explore…
 
Trevin Wax gave a message at TGC's 2017 National Conference, encouraging us to pursue faithfulness and remember the gospel, even in the midst of a culturally anxious and troubled age. Though many things have changed since originally delivered, the heart of Wax's message remains the same. “Yes, we are surrounded, but not by cultural challenges and t…
 
Our vision is myopic and our understanding patchy. We rarely “read” really well the events going on around us. Consider the immediate aftermath of the martyrdom of Stephen (Acts 8:1–5). “On that day a great persecution broke out against the church at Jerusalem” (Acts 8:1). That situation probably was not very comfortable for the believers undergoin…
 
Expertise, Vocation, and Gordon's Ruleby Larry Beane A pastor that I like and respect made the following observation on social media: I know it's been said before, but I honestly had NO idea so many pastors were in reality experts on political science, medical science, disease control, economic theories, and the like. Clearly I went to a different …
 
To teach us how to teach the book of James, Nancy Guthrie talked with Dan Doriani, vice president of strategic academic initiatives and professor of theology at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis. Doriani is the author of Getting the Message: A Plan for Interpreting and Applying the Bible, a book that is essential reading for every Bible te…
 
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