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Wednesday, April 7th, 2021

How can we study the Bible with those who do not have a Christian background? Which parts of the scriptures do these people find the hardest to understand? Ernest Eby, from State College Pennsylvania, shares his experience helping others understand the Bible.
"If people can tell that you care, they are going to be more open to Bible studies and they are going to be more likely to become part of the church. If people sense that you view them as a project, and all you want to do is convert them, they will quickly lose interest."

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Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

This episode is the second half of an interview with Patrick Matthews and Bill Shiley. In this episode, they share their vision for ministry and discipleship in small towns.

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Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

This episode is the first half of an interview with Patrick Matthews and Bill Shiley where they share about the work at Hearken House Ministry in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Patrick started Hearken House Ministry to reach out to the lower-income residents of Chambersburg.

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Tuesday, September 3rd, 2019

What is the theology of martyrdom? How have Christians in the past embraced it? In what ways should it be practiced today? In this episode, Kyle Stoltzfus defines the theology of martyrdom, gives examples from the past of how it has been practiced, and presents several ways in which it can be practiced today.

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Wednesday, June 26th, 2019

What is the will of God? How might one cultivate the ability to make the will of God a way of life? In this episode Kyle Stoltzfus defines what is meant by "the will of God," and presents several practical pointers for how to incorporate God's will into one's life.

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