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We believe in peace with God and a good cup of coffee. The purpose of this podcast is to engage in the fundamentals of Christianity from a Biblical worldview.
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Was the mark put on Cain a curse, or a blessing? What do we learn about God and his perspective toward good and evil through this crazy story? Today’s podcast was sparked by a new commentary by Dr. John Nugent. It is cutting edge, interesting, and accessible. Check it out here:…
Today I reflect on a bizarre Bible story that functions like a parody of power , and how Jesus death and resurrection despoil the powers - past and present - so that we as the children of God can be free from their authority. Texts mentioned are found in 1 Samuel 18 and Colossians 2:15. Hilarious meme that inspired the thought below from @epicc ...…
Today I want to correct the misapplication of Wisdom literature - Proverbs in particular - that fails to understand the difference between that and other genres in the Bible.By Jordan Kellicut.
Today I want to challenge the church to stop putting up with bad behavior from fellow Christians and start actually loving each other enough to confront what we see going on - because it is our responsibility to do so. Passages quoted from Proverbs 27:5-6; St. Augustine’s sermon on 1 John 4:4-12 found here:…
After a long hiatus we think about how Jesus is the Wisdom from God. We look at several passages in brief (in case you want to look them up): Proverbs 1:1-9; 1 Corinthians 1:30-2:16; Luke 10:20-21. Also this gif makes me laugh.By Jordan Kellicut.
Today we reflect on the post resurrection experiences of Jesus followers. The painting below The Incredulity of Saint Thomas by the painter Caravaggio ca. 1602.By Jordan Kellicut.
Happy Maundy Thursday! Today we reflect upon the “Last Supper” it’s relationship to Passover, and the command to love the church.By Jordan Kellicut.
Though a quiet day for Holy Week, it was busy for the authorities and Judas Iscariot who plan together to kill Jesus. We reflect on this and the story of the anointing of Jesus.By Jordan Kellicut.
Tuesday of Holy Week Jesus engages in “Temple Debates” and gives us the “Olivet Discourse.” I spend a little extra time talking about the parable of the 10 Virgins found in Matthew 25:1-13.By Jordan Kellicut.
After a hiatus I am back at it. Follow along this week as we reflect on the events of Holy Week. Today we consider the meaning of the cursed fig tree from Mark 11.By Jordan Kellicut.
Today we explore the apostles Matthew and Simon, and what had to die in order for them to follow Jesus. Also I manage a blatant D & D reference.By Jordan Kellicut.
Today I want to challenge how we read the “Fisher’s of Men” story in light of Amos 4:1-3 (shout out to the books Echoes of Scripture in the Gospels, and Binding the Strong Man for giving this insight), especially as it relates to how we think about following Jesus.By Jordan Kellicut.
New Series: Radical Discipleship. Today discuss the intersection of Bob the Tomato who says, “You’re special and God loves you,” and the Apostle Paul who says, “We are the scum of the earth.”By Jordan Kellicut.
I advocate something crazy today: we need to ask others to weigh in on the health of our souls.By Jordan Kellicut.
Today we consider the second most seen practice in scripture, and how it might make a positive difference in the world.By Jordan Kellicut.
Prayer is the most common practice of the people of God found in scripture. Today we consider how that’s kind of a big deal.By Jordan Kellicut.
Revelation 14:4, “These are the ones who follow the Lamb wherever He goes.” But where he goes is a life of service to God and to others. Are you willing to follow him there?By Jordan Kellicut.
Today we think about Galatians 3:26-27 (NOTE: I accidentally said 2 in the podcast) and how baptism is like putting on Birkenstocks with socks. Jordan Kellicut.
I tackle a misunderstanding about what God wants us to do according to passages about Hosea 6:6 and Micah 6:8. Does God want us to be kind or does he want us to be faithful? (Though God probably wants us to be kind too.)By Jordan Kellicut.
Put down your phone, read a book, have a face-to-face conversation, pray for a lost cause. In this way we practice resistance against the tyranny of right now and build the virtue of patience.By Jordan Kellicut.
There is no such thing as a “Daniel fast,” unless that fast in some way resists the cultural pressure to be “of the world.” Today we consider howBy Jordan Kellicut.
We continue thinking about how Jesus prayed. I noticed that there are a lot of emotion words used in relationship with Jesus and prayer. Perhaps our words matter less than our "heart" when it comes to prayer.By Jordan Kellicut.
Want to pray like Jesus? Start by praying for others.By Jordan Kellicut.
Today we consider the strange book of Song of Solomon, which breaks up the Bible with a reminder to enjoy life.By Jordan Kellicut.
Are Christians rebels? Are Christians to trust themselves? If not who or what do we trust? (Also isn't that gif hilarious?)By Jordan Kellicut.
Sometimes I think the Heavens must look at me like that puppy. Also the puppy is cute, which made me feel better about the conviction I feel as I post this podcast. My friends it is a high calling to which we have been called and empowered. We must strive toward holiness, so don't forget to blush. Shout out to Jordan Ickes and his sermon found ...…
Today we consider the Christian virtue of chill by realizing that we live in a long line of chaotic times, and thus we don't panic - especially when everyone else is. To quote Jesus (loosely), "Who cares, follow me." (John 21:22)By Jordan Kellicut.
Special guest Tommy Moehlman shares some thoughts about whether or not the "good news/ gospel" is appropriately titled. Though we translate the word Jesus uses as "good news", is it good for everyone?By Jordan Kellicut.
What about civility? How does the Christian speak and act in a time of outrage and hostility? Meditating on 1 Timothy 2:2 and the meaning of a "dignified life." (Maybe something like the gif below?)By Jordan Kellicut.
In this and the next episode we consider 1 Timothy 2:1, which exhorts us to live a "peaceful and quiet life." I translate that into modern parlance with an admonition: live a boring life! (Even Will and Jack recommend it.) via GIPHYBy Jordan Kellicut.
Thinking about confession and it's power to heal us from James 5:16, "Confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed."By Jordan Kellicut.
Today we think about how all music from Death Metal to Church Hymns is praising something. Music is also instructive, in that what we praise is also what we will increase our love for. So the Christian should think critically about music. Also, just for fun, one of my favorite SNL skits with Garth and Kat below.…
"Preach at all times and when necessary use words." A famous phrase, but is it biblical? Today we finish our three part series on Dr. Nugent's book Endangered Gospel. Link to Dr. Nugent's podcast: Link to the book: Jordan Kellicut.
Today we have part 2 of my interview with Dr. John Nugent about his book Endangered Gospel. We talk about how we can display the Gospel in our communities.By Jordan Kellicut.
For the 50th episode, we have a short series of interviews with Dr. John Nugent about the gospel, and his book Endangered Gospel. Today John describes the gospel, and how we embrace it. Some audio issues because it was my first foray into recording off of Skype.By Jordan Kellicut.
How do we summarize all the clean/unclean and holy/unholy? I suggest that we are to be a reverent people, and that is difficult to cultivate in our society. I also suggest that this reverence emerges from a core belief that everything is more than the sum of it's parts.By Jordan Kellicut.
In this episode I compare the Holy Spirit to a demotivational poster, which I don't think classifies as blasphemy. Also a couple audio problems so I can live up to the demotivational poster below. Also the importance of conviction in the Christian life.By Jordan Kellicut.
Thinking about what sacrifice means, especially in light of the coming of Jesus. It seems to have more to do with the ethics of a redeemed people. In short we are to be a people of sincerity and truth.By Jordan Kellicut.
Today we remember back to our experience of God, which functioned as a catalyst for our following him because remembering back will create in you a deepening experience of joy and love. Also noted is a new coffee blend check it out at Jordan Kellicut.
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