Tim Challies and Paul Martin think out loud and in public about how to live a quiet and peaceful life, godly and dignified in every way.
The Art of Godliness, Episode 11: The Weird One
Paul and I began The Art of Godliness as an extension of our existing friendship. The conversations we’ve enjoyed as friends, colleagues, and co-elders simply spilled over into the podcast. This episode is perhaps the most obvious indicator of the fun we have as friends. In this eleventh and final episode of series 1 of the podcast, we just have fun. That’s why I’ve labeled it “The Weird One.” I hope you enjoy it! Thanks to this week’s sponsor Logos …
The Art of Godliness, Episode 10: Social Media
We are nearing the final episode of series 1 of The Art of Godliness podcast! After this week’s episode there will be just one more before we take a built-in break but first we want provide this discussion of social media. This is, once again, our attempt to offer assistance to you as you obey God in leading a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way. This week’s episode is sponsored by Logos. And here are the kinds of …
The Art of Godliness, Episode 9: Personal Devotions
Welcome to another episode of The Art of Godliness podcast. In this podcast, Paul Martin and I do our utmost to provoke you obey God in leading a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way. This time around we are discussing the always-important and always-difficult subject of personal devotions. We hope you find it informative and helpful. Our thanks goes to Lexham Press for sponsoring this episode. Learn more about the Lexham Classics series at Lexhampress.com/classics. Show Notes …
The Art of Godliness, Episode 8: Entertainment
Today I’ve got a new episode of The Art of Godliness for you to listen to. Through this episode (and all the others before and after it) Paul and I hope to provoke you obey God in leading a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way. This time we focus our thoughts and conversation on entertainment, and especially the entertainment Christians enjoy through pop culture. We hope you find it helpful! Recommended Reading “I Don’t Understand Christians Watching …
The Art of Godliness, Episode 7: Gossip
There is not an individual or a church that has not been impacted at some time or in some way by gossip. The sad fact is that too much of the time we talk too much and about all the wrong things. In this episode of The Art of Godliness, Paul and I discuss the common, ugly, destructive sin of gossip. Give it a listen and see if you find it at all helpful or challenging!
The Art of Godliness, Episode 6: Disability in the Church
Today we bring you another episode of The Art of Godliness, the podcast that attempts to think out loud about how to lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way. In this week’s episode we discuss the kind of subject that will compel a lot of people to just skip the episode. It may not seem that important to you or may not seem to matter much in your context. Can we ask you to listen anyway? …
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Godly and wise men, by God's grace. Love hearing them wrestle with Scripture about how to conduct the Christian life. Hilarious to hear Paul chirp Tim...keep it up Paul! Tim you need some better come backs.
What's in store for 2018????!!!! Don't leave us hanging.
God bless you
They’re like the Mark Dever and Jonathan Leeman of Canada eh.
I discovered this podcast through Paul Martin’s huge social media presence online. Cool that he’s sharing his platform with this Tim guy.
This podcast is full of rich spiritual insights into God’s word. Each episode is full of practical advice for the Christian looking to live unto the Lord in all areas of life. I’m loving it. Can’t wait for season two*!
*Needs more intro and exit music from Paul. Lyrical brilliance that’s oh so easy on the ear.
A Quick, Edifying & Encouraging Listen
I just learned of this podcast and devoured all six episodes in the first two days! Excellent pastoral comments about a wide range of important issues in the church today. If I lived in Toronto this is definitely the church I'd want to join.