Episode #48 - Dr. Carl Ellis, Jr. and Racial Justice

August 18, 2017
How Should Christians think about and deal with racial justice issues?
 
Dave is joined by Dr. Carl Ellis, Jr. Carl is a pastor, author, the Pastor for Cultural Apologetics at New City Fellowship, and a former professor of Dave's.
 
The conversation begins with Carl discussing his time at L'Abri under Francis Shaeffer and then moves into the main topic- racism and the church.
 
This episode is jam-packed and deals with a very hard and current issue within our country, but Dr. Carl Ellis leaves us with the beautiful reminder that the source of justice is only through the biblical worldview and that God can be glorified through how the church deals with cultural matters.
 
For more on Dr. Ellis, please visit www.ellisperspectives.com.
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Episode #47 - Ronnie Martin on Creativity

August 4, 2017
What do music, writing, preaching, and social media have in common?
 
Dave and Jamin are joined on this episode by Ronnie Martin. Ronnie is a pastor, church planter, and author (“Stop Your Complaining”, "Finding God in the Dark", and “The Bridezilla of Christ’’), but before that, Ronnie spent his time as a touring musician in the band known as Joy Electric. 
 
The conversation begins with Ronnie explaining his journey from music into ministry and then leads to how creativity can be useful in music, ministry, writing, and in the use of social media.
 
For more on his transition from music to ministry, please read the following article: Called Out of the Music Industry Into Pastoral Ministry.
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