I had the opportunity to talk with Caesar Kalinowski on the podcast, and it was probably one of the most mesmerizing interviews I have ever been a part of. We talked about Discipleship, which is something severely lacking in today's church. Get your notepad and get ready, there are a lot of awesome nuggets in this conversation.
This is the conclusion of my epic interview with my new friend, Steve Bremner. We talk about the "Done's," those who are done with church, and further discussions into Unity in the Body of Christ.
In this episode I talk to a new friend that I met through this podcast, Steve Bremner. He is a fellow podcaster and also a missionary in Peru. This is the first of two episodes with Steve, the next one I will probably post in a week or two due to the length of the interview. Listen in, cause I really think Steve is pretty swell!
In this episode James interviews Dr. Frank Turek, president of CrossExamined.org. He is a fellow podcast host as well as he has a television show among other interesting projects. Consider supporting his ministry and checking out his program!
In this episode, James Edwards goes on a rant in frustration with the church over the lack of unity, even with the big churches.
Communion is such an important but extremely underutilized practice in the Body of Christ. In the first episode of this subcast of The Warrior's Cry, I talk about my experience with it and why it is so important. Tell me what you think.
This episode features myself interviewing Drew Koehler from all the way in Washington State, He hosts The Dirty Christian Podcast, and curates The Dirty Christian Facebook Page, among other things. See About Our Guests page to see more about how to stay up to date with Drew.
This week I interview Pastor Steve McCranie, Pastor of Church Without Walls in Gastonia, NC. He also has the website, www.leavinglaodicea.com, and a podcast of the same name. I encourage you to listen to his stuff, it is wonderful.
I wrote this blog on my Facebook Page on September 28, 2010 at 10:22 AM. I spoke about this during Episode 1: Pastor Nick Honerkamp, and the most fascinating thing was that God tested my thoughts on this soon after I published. Shockingly it has been a little less than 6 years ago, and I remember it like it was yesterday. Two Jehovah's Witness women knocked on my door within 10 minutes of my posting this to The Warrior's Cry Facebook page.
Love is the greatest weapon of all simply because who can criticize when you have love? Who can ridicule you when you have an open heart that shows the love of Christ?
Didn't Christ hang out with the prostitute? Did he criticize their life choices or nag them into change? No, He loved them, showed them the love of God, fed them, clothed them, then he told them to go and sin no more.
The Church seems fascinated by formulas so here is a formula. God will never give us an opportunity to change someone unless we first love them. First comes love, then comes repentance, without love the turning from sin is simply hollow.