Helping Christians Answer Tough Questions

A Pastoral Podcast is designed to help everyday Christians grow in Christ by providing biblical answers to the hard questions that we all wrestle with: What makes a church “good”? How do I overcome habitual sins? Why are there different Bible translations? These are just some of the topics we look at through the lens of God’s all-sufficient, life-changing, authoritative Word. Click here to learn more about A Pastoral Podcast, or scroll down to listen.

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  • April 29, 2022

    All throughout church history, Christians have held different views on the fourth commandment and taken different approaches to it. So what is the Sabbath? Is there a "Christian Sabbath," and if so, is it on Saturday or Sunday? Are we obligated to keep it, and how should we treat our brothers and sisters in Christ when their convictions differ from ours? Pastors Lloyd and Tony try to answer these questions biblically in this episode of A Pastoral Podcast.

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  • March 11, 2022

    Denominations: Christian disunity, or something else? Outsiders have faulted Christianity for centuries because of the fact that there are different denominations. If we have one Bible, one God, and one faith, why are there so many different churches? It's one thing for unbelievers to have a problem here, but it's another thing altogether when Christians are confused by it. Today on A Pastoral Podcast, Lloyd and Tony will talk about what is meant by "denominations," why so many exist, and how we as Christians can think biblically about it.

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  • February 26, 2022

    Most Christians feel the tension between duty and grace. In other words, we have a sense of the obligation to "do" certain things (like read your Bible, or go to church), and yet we know that salvation is by faith alone in Christ alone apart from works. In our first edition of A Pastoral Podcast, Lloyd and Tony talk about that tension and the difference between legalism and spiritual discipline.

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