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Despite being named by The Times as the best current English-language comedian in the world, Stewart Lee insists that nobody really knows who he is. His absence from the panel show circuit, resistance to social media and use of multiple on-stage personae may be contributory factors. In the first Full Disclosure of 2022, James tries his hand at gett…
 
Jimmy and Joe talk through the discipline of “preaching to yourself” as a form of biblical meditation. What does it mean to preach to yourself? What doesn’t qualify? How do we practically go about it? Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctrine-and-devotion/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands…
 
With the upcoming Doctrine and Devotion Southwest Conference, Reforming Evangelism, coming up on Jan. 29th in Burelson, TX, Joe and Jimmy lean in with a conversation about evangelism. Why are Christians praying for opportunities to share the gospel, but not taking those opportunities? Statistics are shared from Lifeway Research here. Support this p…
 
Happy New Year, suckas! The guys are back and as they are working to grow and improve how their church operates, they offer 14 ways to improve your church’s members’ meetings. Members’ meetings can be boring, painful, and even unhelpful, but they don’t have to be. Listen in to hear how things can be better. Support this podcast at — https://redcirc…
 
Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and buckle up! We are taking this week off, but we ain’t just resting. We are prepping for an exciting new year. The 2022 Southwest Conference in Burleson, TX is going down on Jan. 29th. Get the details and register here. We are also launching our new merch store with all our classic, and some new designs in every s…
 
Merry Christmas, suckas! As we near the end of the holidays and look ahead to a new year, Joe and Jimmy walk through ways you can better your local church in 2022. A church’s health doesn’t just come from the character of the leadership or the strength of its polity. A church’s health is deeply reliant on her members. The guys outline 7 things you …
 
Realising there was nothing he could not do, Johnny Vaughan left school and did nothing. Before becoming the presenter of the Big Breakfast and the drivetime host on Radio X, Vaughan spent much of his life navigating a host of hostile institutions and forming unlikely friendships. In this week’s episode, James speaks to Johnny about his life before…
 
Jimmy is back, and the guys call up Matt Henslee to discuss the 2022 SBC Pastors’ Conference in Anaheim, CA on June 12-13 just before the SBC’s annual convention. Why are we talking to Matt? Because he’s the President of the 2022 Pastor’s conference, and he’s responsible for the event. Why is this next Pastors’ Conference going to be worth attendin…
 
On this episode of Banter of Truth Joe and Krista discuss the idea of forgiving yourself. Is forgiving yourself possible? Is it biblical? What does it even look like? And this week we are giving this All Accesss episode away to all our listeners. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctrine-and-devotion/exclusive-content Advertising Inq…
 
In Jimmy’s absence Joe continues to try and replace him by bringing the amazing Krista McDunn back on the podcast. Today Joe and Krista (a licensed professional counselor) talk through when pastors should refer people to professional counselors. But first Joe asks Krista what she likes more: AC/DC or ACBC. Support this podcast at — https://redcircl…
 
When Sue Perkins was asked by her manager to present a programme about competitive baking, she declined the offer on multiple occasions. After lots of persuading, Perkins finally agreed to work on the show that would go on to become the most-watched programme on British television. At its peak, The Great British Bake Off attracted an audience of 16…
 
Next year Redeemer will be walking through the book of Acts on Sunday mornings, and Jimmy and Joe talk through why that particular book of the Bible is a good choice for that church at this time. For an easy to read commentary pick up I. Howard Marshall’s work on Acts. More resources are linked below. Suggested Resources for Studying Acts The Book …
 
The comedian, actor and musician, Bill Bailey describes his upbringing in the town of Keynsham in Somerset as idyllic. He credits his strong work ethic to his father who was a GP in the village and whose waiting room was situated in the front of their family home, where, occasionally he’d bump into ailing strangers as they attempted to navigate the…
 
Today Jimmy and Joe answer a couple emails that came in related to church life. What do you do if the new pastor at a church isn’t measuring up to the previous pastor’s preaching? What does it look like to give a new church a real chance when they fail to meet one of your personal expectations? Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctri…
 
This is the conclusion. of the Baptist Catechism’s. treatment of the Lord’s Prayer, and of the catechism as a whole. What are we praying for when we pray, “for thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever?” Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/doctrine-and-devotion/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle…
 
Les Dennis has been a star in Britain's light entertainment scene for decades, but his career began off screen as a stand-up comedian in the working men's clubs of Northwest England. By the 1980s Dennis had become a household name, including as the host of the much-loved Family Fortunes. After a professional lull accompanied by a turbulent private …
 
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