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Locker Room

Southland Christian Church

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Locker room is a men's podcast from Southland Christian Church in Kentucky. When you think about the kinds of conversation that happen in locker rooms you probably think about vulgar, childish and demeaning language. In this podcast we are redeeming men's conversations by talking about the right things in the right ways.
 
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The church is filled with imperfect people who behave imperfectly. If we’re not careful we can allow that imperfection to sour us towards God and his family, and distract us from his mission. In this message we will examine how to have realistic expectations for the church while doing everything we can to help it become what Jesus intended it to be…
 
In this season of Locker Room we're answering your submitted questions. Jon Weece is back on the podcast to help answer this question: "I would love to hear about the history of the church from its leaders, specifically the origins of Southland and how we got to where we are, but also how that relates to the general history of the early Church in A…
 
Some of our best and worst moments in life probably happened in the context of our families. If we’re not careful, we can carry the pain of childhood with us into adulthood and allow it to negatively impact our outlook on life. In this message we will look at how Jesus is the powerful resource we need to tap into to overcome difficult family dynami…
 
In this season of Locker Room we're answering your submitted questions. Our question this week: How can I as a young guy mature in my faith? What are some practical ways to practice humility and take a posture of learning, in order to mature in Christ? Scott is joined by Connor Hall this week to discuss this question from the perspectives of two gu…
 
In this season of Locker Room we're answering your submitted questions. Scott welcomes Neil Gregory to the podcast to discuss this question: How do we tune out the distractions of modern society--social media, video games, smart phones and the 24-hour news cycle--and where do we draw the line between removing ourselves and our families from these a…
 
Some things are worth changing for the sake of reaching others. Paul had a unique ability to adapt to the contexts God put him in. If he was with religious people he learned how to connect with them. If he was with irreligious people he learned how to connect with them as well. If our goal truly is to bring as many people to heaven with us as possi…
 
In this season of Locker Room we're answering your submitted questions. Jon Weece joins Scott this week to hit this question: How do you balance a healthy sex relationship in a Christian marriage when each person has different levels of desire and expectations? Have a good question you want us to answer during this season? Drop your questions at lo…
 
Keeping a close watch on your life is a team effort. Paul had the courage and the commitment to truth to challenge Peter when he was wrong. Proverbs teaches that “as iron sharpens iron so one man sharpens another.” Paul and Peter did that for each other. Trusted friends have the ability to keep account of one another’s lives.…
 
Some things are worth changing for the sake of reaching others. Paul had a unique ability to adapt to the contexts God put him in. If he was with religious people he learned how to connect with them. If he was with irreligious people he learned how to connect with them as well. If our goal truly is to bring as many people to heaven with us as possi…
 
For this season of Locker Room we're answering your submitted questions. This week Scott kicks off with guest Mike Vandemark to break down this question: Is there a biblical case for adult men to pursue hobbies? With so many God-given responsibilities, how does one justify time spent on self? Have a good question you want us to hit during this seas…
 
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