Challenging the Culture with Truth Podcasts
The Community of Christ with Tom Parrish
Community is a term that is used to identify a group of people who live in a neighborhood together or come together for some cause or purpose. It is also a term used to identify a church. For me, the term goes beyond just a local church … it means the community of Christ which is everyone who believes in Jesus as Lord and Savior. The Community of Christ is belonging to Jesus. In this episode, I talk with a veteran pastor who helps unpack that term for us. Visit Tom Parrish
Faith Crisis with Jeremiah Rice
What happens when faith goes into crisis? In the church, this happens more often than we want to admit. Sometimes, crisis is brought about by the experiences we encounter with fellow believers. I know, first-hand, that my most difficult times in ministry came because of the behavior of people who had an agenda, and I was in their way. Pastors can tell you horror stories of how badly they have been treated by church leaders. In this episode, I talk with a young pastor who tells you his story about his crisis and how God brought about a new chapter in his life.
Integrity with David Diers
This episode with David Diers focusses on Integrity. Integrity, as John Maxwell says, is the foundation of leadership. All other aspects of leadership follow Integrity. David Diers is an executive with a large telecommunications company in the Southwest and has developed his business and home life around Integrity. David and Larry process this word, Integrity, through David's experience in the marketplace.
Cancel Culture and the Church with Walt McFadden
The cancel culture has been one of those evils that goes after people with a vengeance. It’s a self-righteous act of people who think they have a right to destroy other people by calling for a boycott of who they are or what they do. This same spirit has been around for some time in the church, and in some ways has intensified in our culture today. In this episode, Pastor Walt McFadden from Cityview Church in Minneapolis, is my guest. Join us as we talk about this problem creeping into the church. Visit Walt McFadden
The Bible Study with Zach Windahl
We all know it’s hard to get young people to read the Bible. Zach Windahl knew this, so he designed one of the fastest growing studies for young people in both body and mind. It’s simply called ‘The Bible Study.’ Zach joins me in this episode to tell his story of how God brought this project about, and the outstanding success it has been. Visit Zach Windahl
Traditions with Chris Heeb
Traditions can be wonderful and meaningful observances, yet some traditions may not follow the Biblical narrative. For example, take Easter, some of the traditions we follow about this holiday can be traced back to pagan origins. Rabbits and eggs can all distract us from the real meaning of Christ’s resurrection from the dead. In this episode, Chris Heeb joins me to look back in time to examine some of the origins of the Easter celebration. Visit Chris Heeb Ministry
What is Preached? with Jay Christianson
There has always been a tension between what is preached in church and what is not. As any church that grows in size and in organization, there comes a financial burden to be met by the demands of the ministry. It is those demands that can dictate how prophetic the ministerial staff can become before it might affect the bottom line of that church. I know this might sound like sacrilege, but it is the truth. As a pastor, I was told not to preach on issues that drive people away. I was told just to keep to the simple Gospel … and that’s it. No hot topics, no divisive themes where people disagree … this way we can keep peace, and keep them writing the checks. That may sound cynical, but it is true. In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Jay Christianson of HighBeam Ministry, and we unpack what the whole Gospel should look like and sound like. Visit HighBeam Ministry
Satan’s Evil with Shawn Morrison
Today, there is a tendency to make Christianity a cognitive religion of having your best life now, complete with tips and ideas on how to make it so. Christianity is not a religion of education, knowledge, or otherwise … it is a supernatural event where God sent His Son to rescue the world from sin. That’s right … Christianity is a rescue mission by God. During His great rescue effort, He encounters a tumultuous push back by a fallen angel named Satan. In our world of making Christianity play nice with soft and chewable bites of truth, we have overlooked the real battles in life with Satan and his kingdom on earth. We might give Satan a mention from time to time, but he is never blamed for the evil that is in the world. So, I asked Pastor Shawn Morrison to come in and talk about evil, Satan, and our response. Visit Shawn Morrison at Good in the ‘Hood
The Reel Hope Project with Kaycee Stanley
Once in a while, I am privileged to interview unique ministries that are making a difference in the lives of kids. In this episode, my guest is Kaycee Stanley, the Executive Director of The Reel Hope Project . We talk about how this organization is helping kids get adopted by producing a video bio on their lives. Kaycee and her husband started The Reel Hope Project in 2016 with one mission … a forever family for every child. Their vision is to mobilize the faith community to bring foster kids into forever families. They strive to be a bridge between church and state, partnering on both sides to see an end to kids waiting for families. They work to equip social workers with an invaluable tool to share their kids’ stories, and empower families to meet these kids. You will love her story. Visit The Reel Hope Project
Habits with Nathan Unruh
I love to watch people and see how they interact, how they treat others, and what kind of person they display in public. Most of the time, you can observe someone and know what kind of habits they have simply by watching their behavior. In this episode, I talk with a successful businessman, chiropractor, speaker, and family man, Dr. Nathan Unruh, about the habits he has put into place that guide him to living a successful life. His answers will surprise you. Visit Nathan Unruh
Transformational Discipleship with Shawn Morrison
One of my personal interests is to study the Bible to find the key Verses or thoughts where God lays out how our lives should be lived. One of the key changes in preaching in the American church over the last decade or so has been an appeal for more of a knowledge base ministry than God. Now, at first that doesn’t sound bad, but if knowledge only puffs us up and doesn’t bring about a transformation in our lives, perhaps we are on the wrong protectory in the church. In this episode, I have a conversation with Shawn Morrison about “Transformational Discipleship” where we see not only a knowledge base in our relationship with God, but we also see a supernatural return to our faith.
Discipleship with Walt McFadden
In this episode, Pastor Walt McFadden is Larry’s guest. He is the Senior Pastor at Cityview Church in South Minneapolis. His emphasis as a pastor is on discipleship and why the church has been slowly deteriorating in the West. His bottom line to his ministry is summed up with one phrase, “All the problems in the church are directly related to discipleship.” Listen in as Pastor Walt unpacks the meaning of discipleship.
Greek vs Hebraic with Jay Christianson
Larry’s guest in this episode is Dr. Jay Christianson who unpacks the Greek and Hebraic interpretation of Scripture. The teachings of Jesus were based upon many Hebraic idioms common in His day. The audience of Jesus knew exactly what He referred to as He taught, yet through Greek translations some of those idioms were misunderstood. Reading these idioms through the lens of Greek of translation can take on different meanings than their original intent. Dr. Christianson shares how this can affect the meaning of some Scriptures. Visit Jay Christianson at HighBeam Ministry
The Holy and the Common with Larry Kutzler
Many times, in our understanding about God, we overlook some of the basic teachings of the Bible. For example, in Ancient Israel the priest’s main responsibility was to teach people about God. The teaching needed to give people God’s standards … it starts with the concept of what is Holy and what is common. The Holy has to do with God, His commandments, and His values. The common has to do with what is earthly and everyday. The common could also be evil, the wicked things that we often face every day. In this episode, we look at the Holy and the common.
Only Two Questions Matter with Tom Parrish
Larry likes to bring ideas down to a level of simple clarification. Ideas can get so complex, and religious ideas can often get complicated. In this episode, Larry talks with Pastor Tom Parrish about an article he posted on his blog titled, 'Only Two Questions Matter.' Tom is a pastor, author, sought after speaker, and a respected Christian blogger. Tom is the kind of guy you go to when you need leadership direction. Join Larry and Tom as they talk about the only two questions that matter. Visit Tom Parrish
The Unseen Enemy with Chris Heeb
There are many enemies in America today, and some of them are seen as good causes. Most of these contemporary causes have an unseen base to them that many people do not see. This enemy has been around since the beginning of time, and is most successful when he does not get exposed. This unseen enemy has one secret that is never talked about … it is the fact that this enemy has been defeated. The only reason this enemy is effective is because he is allowed to lie and be believed. Join Larry and Chris Heeb in this episode as they warn about the unseen enemy. Visit Chris Heeb Ministry
Women in Leadership with Mina Carlson
Mina Carlson is a Christian leader whose leadership skills were developed as a founder of a tech company. Her passion for the Gospel ended up in Christian ministry where she ministers to women about their leadership skills and calling. Mina is a life coach, an advisor to ministry leaders, and the founder of Wilhelmina Ministries. In this episode, Mina is Larry’s guest, and they talk about the role of women in developing leaders for the Cause of Christ. Visit Wilhelmina Ministries
Reset with Neal Rich and Shawn Morrison
It seems we live in an era of resets … everything around us is changing. Sometimes these resets help us to make changes that are necessary. Some have called these changes ‘course corrections’ … needed changes in the direction we are heading. In this episode, Larry talks with two pastors about the resets and course corrections that are happening in the church today. Pastors Neal Rich and Shawn Morrison are Larry’s guests. Pastor Neal is the Senior Pastor of Cedar Valley Church in Bloomington, Minnesota and Shawn Morrison is the Executive Director of Good in the ‘Hood in the Twin Cities. Visit Cedar Valley Church Visit Good in the ‘Hood
Manhood with Walt McFadden
This episode discusses the assault on men that our culture has perpetrated. There are many boys who grow up in fatherless homes and struggle with the understanding of manhood. Most marriages end in divorce because men are cheating on their wives or do not take responsibility as a leader in the home. Pastor Walt McFadden discusses what men are facing today, and how men can escape the trap of defining manhood by standards that are not Godly.
Studying the Bible with Tom Parrish
How do you study the Bible? Today I talk with Pastor Tom Parrish about his innovative Bible study that asks three questions. These three questions will help you to extract the meaning from the Biblical text, help you apply it to your life, and then ask, “what’s next?” Pastor Tom also looks at some of the reasons why discernment is not developed within the church today. He also addresses why so many Christians fall for the wrong spiritual emphasis today. Join us in today’s podcast and learn about these important topics.
Perspective with Larry Kutzler
Having the right perspective is critical for understanding life. Everyone has a perspective, but having the right perspective is what is important. God’s perspective on living life is the only perspective that will matter in the end. As we start a new year, what perspective do you have? Are you thinking about life only from your experiences and knowledge, or are you surrendered to God’s perspective?
The Dark Side of Ministry Part 5 with Walt McFadden
Over the past five weeks, I’ve been doing a podcast series on the theme of ‘The Dark Side of Ministry.’ These five podcasts look at stories and conditions within ministry that brings a dark side to the message of the Gospel. In many cases, this dark side is idol worship because it places gifting, ministry models, and success above the message of Jesus. I realize there can be a fine line when talking about this, but there are certain behaviors and beliefs that trap us into thinking our ministries are more important than they are. In this episode, I talk with Pastor Walt McFadden about some of his experiences of dealing with the dark side of ministry.
The Dark Side of Ministry Part 4 with Shawn Morrison
This is the fourth in our series on ‘The Dark Side of Ministry.’ Reverend Shawn Morrison joins me as we talk about how good intentions can be turned into a dark side of ministry. I don’t think anyone who goes into the ministry does so with the intention of drifting away from Christ and preach another Gospel, but it does happen. In fact, it happens more than we want to admit. Shawn and I talk about what can happen to a person that can draw them into this dark side.
The Dark Side of Ministry Part 3 with Dr. Jay Christianson
I have now completed the third in the series, “The Dark Side of Ministry.” This series looks into how the structure of a church can be a hinderance to the true Gospel. We look at how the giftedness of the preacher can influence people in a way that may not be Biblical. We also look into the integrity issues that ministries often violate because of personal or corporate gain. Ministries and churches are run by people and sometimes people can get in the way of what God wants to do. Darkness will constantly tempt us to abandon God’s Word for personal and private gain. My guest is this episode is Dr. Jay Christianson from HighBeam Ministry. Visit HighBeam Ministry
The Dark Side of Ministry Part 2 with David McKnight
In this second episode of our series on The Dark Side of Ministry, David McKnight comes back into the studio to talk about structure. David shares how structure in the church can hinder growth and be an obstacle to real worship and real ministry. David tells us that structure can be seen as tradition, however, in some cases, the structure is actually worshiped instead of God. You will find our conversation insightful. Listen in to this penetrating episode. Visit David McKnight
The Dark Side of Ministry Part 1 with David McKnight
Is there a dark side to ministry? Most of us have all seen clergy fail in recent years. It’s been in all denominations … from the priests in the Catholic Church to the super pastors in Evangelicalism. So, I decided to do a series on ‘The Dark Side of Ministry.’ This series will be an ongoing exposé on the areas we need to be mindful of in our churches and with the leaders who lead us. In this first episode, I speak with David McKnight, a counselor and a church consultant, about the definition of the dark side of ministry. Visit David McKnight
Character with Larry Kutzler
Integrity is an important part of any relationship. You need integrity to foster honesty, trust, and respect. Yet integrity is often lost when it comes to our relationships. In this episode, I talk about integrity in terms of three words:
For me, these three words make up the definition of character, in which integrity is the cornerstone.
Structure with Larry Kutzler
Structure is important in everything. Your body has a structure that keeps it alive, the building you live in has a structure that keeps it from falling down, and the church should have a structure that creates a healthy spiritual environment that benefits both the believer and the ministry. In this episode, I open the podcast with a clip from Dr. John McArthur who sets the stage for my comments on structure. I hope you will find it helpful and meaningful as you work to bring the best practices into your work for the Lord.
A Different Gospel with Tom Parrish
In this episode, my guest is Tom Parrish, a seasoned pastor, author, and Bible commentator. Tom tells us that today we have different Gospels being preached. False teachers are preaching the Jesus of their imagination. They are creating a Jesus that doesn’t exist. You happily put up with whatever anyone tells you, even if they preach a different Jesus than the one we preach, or a different kind of Spirit than the one you received, or a different kind of Gospel than the one you believed. Deceit is part of these false teachers, in that they also teach their warped version of Jesus, the Spirit, and the Gospel. Visit Pastor Tom Parrish
Sexual Sin with Larry Kutzler
There is such a darkness over sexual issues today. Pedophilia and transgenderism are just a few of the sexual issues our society is slowly accepting. People do not find anything immoral in anything that is sexually practiced as long as there is content by those involved. God has a lot to say about sexually immoral people. Listen in as Larry talks about the taboo subject of sexual sin in this episode.
Marketplace Ministry with Bob Willbanks
In the past, the marketplace has not been thought of as a place for Gospel influence, but with more leadership gurus using principles from Scripture as lead values for their companies, the idea of a Marketplace Ministry is just a short step away. Some say the marketplace is the new missionary frontier, and CEOs and business owners are able to influence more people in a week than any pastor. It is an important field to consider when thinking about earning a living and doing it as an Influencing factor for His Kingdom. Bob Willbanks, founder of Ambassadors for Business, joins Larry in this episode, and they share how to connect your faith values with your work. Visit Ambassadors for Business
Culture of Death with Chris Heeb
We are using death as a means to solve our problems. Abortion is only one of the areas we are using death as a solution. There are those who have forecasted that we will end the lives of older people just because they are no longer productive in our society. In this episode, my guest is Chris Heeb, and we talk about the culture of death in our society.
Did Jesus Abolish the Law? with The Truth Barista
I have been presenting one of our CitySites Podcast Network clients as our podcast for the last three weeks. Today, I share the next installment of Jesus and the Law, a podcast from the Truth Barista. I hope you have enjoyed the imaginary cafe with the Truth Barista as he teaches on our theme of Jesus and the Law. This episode is entitled ‘Did Jesus Abolish the Law?’ Listen in as the Truth Barista helps us understand more about Jesus and the Law. Visit The Truth Barista
Torah Laws with The Truth Barista
Dr. Jay Christianson, creator of the podcast ‘The Truth Barista’ is once again my podcast guest. Jay has been a podcaster for many years and has created a creative way to tell the truth of the Gospel by developing this innovative podcast. I have decided to play a series that he did recently as a way to introduce you to his ministry. He is a part of the CitySites Podcast Network Family. This episode is entitled ‘Torah Laws’ and the Truth Barista explains how and why Christians should not be afraid of the Torah Laws. Visit The Truth Barista
Jesus and the Law with The Truth Barista
For the next several weeks I’ll be featuring one of my clients from the CitySites Podcast Network. My featured guest will be Dr. Jay Christianson who is the podcaster and his program is called The Truth Barista. Jay has created an imaginary coffeehouse where he, the Truth Barista, talks with his coffeehouse employee, Amazing Larry, about the Bible and issues of the day. The Truth Barista and Amazing Larry’s exchange on the podcasts is fun banter with truth shared. This episode is entitled ‘Jesus and the Law’ and you’ll find it extremely surprising on how Jesus and the Law relate. Visit The Truth Barista
I Never Knew You with the Truth Barista
One of my day jobs includes producing podcasts for other ministries. One of my long-standing clients is Dr. Jay Christianson who is the imaginary Truth Barista. The Truth Barista is a podcast that deals with the truth of the Gospel as it relates to modern life. It is staged in an imaginary coffeehouse where the Truth Barista and the dishwasher by the name of Larry get into Bible discussions that are relevant to everyday living. So, I decided to share this Truth Barista podcast with you in this episode, hoping you will become a fan of The Truth Barista. Visit The Truth Barista
The Truth vs The Lie with Larry Kutzler
Everything in our world has a spin to it. You can’t tell what is truth or what is a lie … that is what God told us would happen in the last days. The days would be dark and full of lies. The lies that are being told have a slight truth, that is the hook, but it is only a ploy to get you into the deceptiveness of the lie. Only God discerns our times, and only He can separate the difference between the truth and the lie. Join Larry in this episode as he talks about the Truth vs the Lie.
Females in Church Leadership with Jamie Morrison and Pam Braman
Over the years, female Leaders in the church have tried to figure out just how they feel about themselves as leaders. Do female leaders feel pressure to act more masculine than feminine as they lead? Do female leaders get the respect equal to a male leader? What do people expect from a female leader? In this episode, Larry talks about the perspective of women as it relates to leadership in the Body of Christ. Some churches will not permit a woman to be a pastor or to hold a teaching position, as the doctrine of these churches restricts senior leadership to men only. With Larry are two female pastors who have been in leadership for decades, and they give us their perspective on church life for a female as a leader in the church.
Living an Intentional Life with Dr. Nathan Unruh
The quality of a person's life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor. ~Vince Lombardi
Dr. Nathan Unruh is a living example of Coach Lombardi’s quote. In this episode, he discusses Living an intentional life and creating an environment to become a better leader and a better person. Dr. Unruh is a successful chiropractor, businessman, and author whose interest in excellence has driven him to becoming one of the best thought leaders in his profession. He has created several businesses where he trains professionals how to become more effective in leading people through his training resources. Visit Nathan Unruh
Safety vs Change with Larry Kutzler
It is easy to stay safe, we are so safe in fact, that we forget that Christianity has never been a safe practice. Looking at history, most of the cultures Christianity was flourishing in were not kind to believers. Change doesn’t often happen when everything is safe … why make any changes? Isn’t safety what we want? Well, that would depend if safety is getting done what God wants done. Listen in as Larry talks about safety vs change in this episode.
The Bottom Line with Larry Kutzler
The bottom line is an expression we often use to illustrate the end of a matter. The bottom line in business is the amount of profit or loss the company has experienced. In the church, the bottom line should be about how effective have we been in presenting the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Join Larry in this episode as he talks about ‘the bottom line’ for Christians and the church.
Immigrants and the Church with John Mayer
John Mayer, the Executive Director of the Christian ministry, City Vision, has been doing research for more than 20 years on the immigrant populations in our urban communities. His research has been invaluable for those who plant churches among the ethnic immigrant populations. In this episode, John helps us understand who is in our neighborhoods, who is coming to our neighborhoods, and what this tells us about America’s future. John discusses that we have an unreached people group right in our local neighborhoods, and the ramifications to the church if it ignores the presence of the immigrant population. Visit City Vision
Sabbath with Pastor Jay Christianson
Why is Sabbath an important observation for believers in God? Why was Sabbath in the Ten Commandments? In this episode, Larry talks with Pastor Jay Christianson, Founder of HighBeam Ministry, on the topic of Sabbath. Listen in as they unpack the meaning of this practice in our faith journey. Visit HighBeam Ministry
Is the Gospel Intense? with Larry Kutzler
The culture is changing and is becoming more and more against Christian values. There are those who say that if our Christian values don’t comply and become supportive of the cultural mandates, we will be seen as combatants in our society. The pressure will increase until we give in … we have seen that reality happen with the homosexual revolution. Christians now are slowly accepting the homosexual lifestyle as acceptable to God. What a lie! What a crime against the truth of God’s Word! We are called to love everyone, to forgive everyone, and to tell the truth to everyone. Loving and forgiving is what we do fairly well in the church, but we are lacking in telling the truth. Scripture teaches us to tell the truth in love … but the mandate is clear, “tell the truth.” In this episode, we tell the truth.
Gender Identity with Luca Jo Groppoli and Chris Heeb
Luca Jo Groppoli is a woman who for many years of her life lived a transgender lifestyle as a man. Luca Jo was abused as a young girl, and thought that by becoming a boy it would spare her, but it actually did the opposite. Luca Jo was told at the age of 17 that she needed to have a sex change. Luca Jo tells us how one pastor and one church loved her through this journey, and the years of tumultuous living left scars on her life but love sought her out and marked her with joy and peace. Luca Jo’s mission is to minister to those struggling with their sexual and gender identity, while standing for truth and the healing power of the Gospel. Luca Jo speaks candidly and shares her journey with us, the pain in her life, and being healed by the power of Jesus in this fascinating and spell-binding episode.
The Unseen Enemy with Chris Heeb
When Jesus sent His disciples out on their own to minister to people, He told them to do some extremely unusual things. He told them to heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse lepers, and cast out demons. That was their assignment. Can you imagine what they felt as they went out for the first time with this assignment? It was a true test of faith. In this episode, I talk with Chris Heeb about the unseen enemy … the enemy that affects everything in our lives but is often ignored most by those of us who practice faith.
Answering Tough Question with Shawn Morrison
Tough questions are always hard to field with good responses because there are so many answers that could be applied, but when we are truth followers there really is only one response. That response, of course, belongs to the Lord. In this episode, I talk with Reverend Shawn Morrison about some tough questions being asked today.
Pushing Back the Darkness with Larry Kutzler
There is a fear about confronting the social issues of our day. I am referring to the issues that take on moral issues that are in opposition to the Scriptures. So many of us would rather be quiet than to fight with someone. I understand that, yet, at the same time if we never push back on the issues that affect us all, those issues slowly become acceptable. In this episode, we are pushing back.
The Intensity of the Gospel with Larry Kutzler
The Gospel isn’t about church services with hymns, prayers, and sermons. We use these to make a case for the Gospel, and is the practice of most Christians around the world. There is nothing wrong in this practice, with one exception … this is not the Gospel. The Gospel of Jesus Christ demands its followers to be completely committed to the message of the Cross. Nothing is more important than what Jesus did for us, and there is no greater reward than what we are promised as a result of the Cross. In this episode, Larry will challenge you to think again about your own commitment to Jesus and how much of His message controls your life.
Accountability with Pastor Ross Tenneson
In recent years, we have seen many national Christian leaders fail, and this raises the question about accountability. Most ministries do not have any systems to help Christian leaders from failing morally, and yet it is critical to maintain some kind of accountability for those who lead the church. In this episode, Larry talks with Pastor Ross Tenneson about the church he serves and how they handle this issue among their leadership.
Slothfulness with Riley Carpenter
Lately, I've been doing some interviews with young pastors in training. In this episode, I have another one of these future leaders in the church. Riley Carpenter is in seminary now, training to be a pastor. We talk about one of the seven deadly sins … slothfulness. I think you will enjoy Riley’s history lesson, and a personal application on this theme.
The Journey with Larry Kutzler
The Apostle Paul was a very spiritual man. He learned much of his insight through the suffering of bringing the Gospel to a hostile world. Once again, we live in a post-Christian world where many of the prominent ideas of our day are not based upon a Judeo-Christian foundation. Join Larry in this episode, as he talks about the journey of living a Christian life in a post-Christian era.
Cancel Culture with Walt McFadden
In the church, we are often not forgiving people, we are often not accepting people, and we have a problem in our culture ... cancel culture. So, what's cancel culture? It's somewhat a boycott of someone who has done something other people find objectionable. Cancel culture is rooted in Social Media, and its goal is to destroy those who it finds objectionable. It can be someone just like you and me. Social Media cancels people who it thinks is objectionable ... so does the church. The Apostle Paul offers us grace to extend to others, rather than the cancel culture. People don't understand what grace really is. Why? Grace is easier said than done ... you have to practice what you preach.
Defy the Darkness with Larry Kutzler
It becomes easy for most of us to curse the darkness because it is so egregious. Yet, many times that is all we do … we complain about it. Darkness always behaves like its creator, Satan, and it always hides from the truth. Darkness loves to agitate, deceive, and more and more people refuse to push back because of the personal high cost of offending the cancel culture. In this episode, Larry talks about pushing back and defying the darkness.
Heart of the Father with Dr. David Nichols
My guest has been literally around the world bringing the healing message of Jesus Christ. Dr. David Nichols has been a college professor, author, and conference speaker. In 2000, he established a ministry of healing known as the Heart of the Father Ministries. David and Sherry Nichols have preached the Gospel to over one million people face-to-face with over 350,000 responding to receive Jesus as their Savior. Twice they have ministered to over 100,000 people at one place at one time in South India. They are promoting the healing Gospel of Jesus Christ to the ends of the earth! In this episode, Dr. David Nichols shares about healing and his healing ministry.
The Tension of the Gospel with Larry Kutzler
The Gospel message is easy to accept, and the benefits are eternal. Yet the Gospel has an intensity to it that requires a heart that is prone to discipleship. Discipleship is a lifestyle that focuses on following the dictates of Scripture. We love, we forgive, we worship God. We give Him first place in all things, and that requires we make the Word of God a priority in our lives. Listen in to this episode, as Larry gives a commentary on the tension that is part of the Gospel message.
Next Generation Preachers with Kenneth Granados
What will the preachers be like in the next generation? Will they uphold the principles of faith of the previous generations? Have we mentored our youth in our congregations to reflect the Gospel? Have we developed the kind of disciples that will change the world for God? Well, I decided to ask a young man whose career path is to be a pastor in the near future. Kenneth Granados will soon graduate from the Christian University he has been attending with his goal of preparing for the ministry. In this episode, I talk with Kenneth about his generation, and his plans for future ministry.
Two Pastors and a Virus with Walt McFadden and Tom Parrish
COVID-19 has affected everyone. The church was not been able to meet with the quarantine in effect, and most churches complied with the executive orders by their state governors to stay home. Are the fears justified? Most would say yes, but many pastors and conservative leaders have their questions. In this episode, Larry talks with two pastors about the church and the spiritual messages they see coming out from the quarantine time out.
The Spirit of Moab with Larry Kutzler
In this episode, Larry asks why would God raise up a spirit like Moab in the last days? What purpose does it serve to have another evil-influencing spirit in the world? This is why our churches must start teaching from a foundation of discernment. Truth has been tainted by falsehood, and most of us are not aware of how it is affecting our faith and practice of Christianity. Discernment is a gift that distinguishes between what is from God and what is not. Remember, the spirit of Moab is one of influence, and if that influence is not discernable from the perspective of good and evil, it will go undetected and be absorbed into the fabric of the faithful.