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Equipping You in Grace is about helping Christians develop a biblical worldview in a conversational tone about issues inside and outside the Church.

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    • 4.7 • 24 Ratings

Equipping You in Grace is about helping Christians develop a biblical worldview in a conversational tone about issues inside and outside the Church.

    The 2022 Ligonier Statement of Theology

    The 2022 Ligonier Statement of Theology

    On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave considers the Ligonier Statement of theology 2022, the dangers of relativism on biblical interpretation, and reading and studying Scripture personally and with our local church.







    What you’ll hear in this episode







    * The latest findings from the Ligonier Statement of Theology 2022.* The dangers of relativism on the way we interpret the Bible.* The importance of daily time in the Word of God and life with God’s people.







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    • 50 min
    Parenting Children with the Word of God with Brooke Bartz

    Parenting Children with the Word of God with Brooke Bartz

    On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave and Brooke Bartz discuss how we can help junior high and high school students with Scripture and help parents help their children with peer pressure. They also discuss how parents and the Church can work together to encourage youth to cultivate godly friends, along with her book, Godly Ever After (Fiona's Faith, 1) (Emerald House Group, 2022).



    What you’ll hear in this episode



    * How a good understanding of the doctrine of Scripture affects how we engage junior high and high school students.

    * Brooke’s observations in Texas schools help Christian parents.

    * How parents can help children with peer pressure.

    * The role of the Church in helping our youth with peer pressure.

    * Parents and the Church can work together to encourage youth to cultivate godly friends.



    About Today's Guest



    Brooke Bartz is a stay-at-home wife and mom. She is the founder of Open Hearts in a Closed World Ministry and Conference and is involved in women’s ministry at her church. She is married to her childhood crush, and they have a beautiful twelve-year-old daughter. Brooke desires for teen girls to come to faith in Christ and then live out their lives boldly and unashamed of the Gospel as they hold to their purity and stand for Jesus in their generation. She enjoys teaching women of all ages the Word of God and speaks at conferences. Brooke's passion is spurring on the women God leads to her sphere of influence, inspiring their hearts to be a living testimony in Christ and a light in the darkness.



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    • 58 min
    Help For Students with Questions on the Bible

    Help For Students with Questions on the Bible

    On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave considers asking good questions with confidence in the biblical text, help with Bible “contradictions,” reading your Bible and solid theology books, exercising biblical discernment, finding a trustworthy teacher, and doing life in the local church.



    What you'll hear in this episode



    * Asking good questions of the biblical text with confidence in the Bible.

    * Getting help with Bible “contradictions.”

    * Getting plugged into a Bible believing and practicing church.

    * Read your Bible daily and solid theology books.

    * Exercise biblical discernment.

    * Don’t ignore your questions find trustworthy Bible-teachers to help you.

    * The importance of community in the local church.



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    • 34 min
    Sin, Settled Biblical Convictions, and Putting Sin to Death

    Sin, Settled Biblical Convictions, and Putting Sin to Death

    On today’s Equipping You in Grace Dave talks with David Steele about the doctrine of Scripture, sin, salvation, sanctification, Christian spouses and local church members encouraging one another putting their sin to death, along with his book, Be Killing Sin: The Art of War on the Battlefield of Faith (Self-Published, 2022).







    What you’ll hear in this episode









    * How the doctrine of Scripture affects how we approach the topic of sin and grace.

    * How a biblical understanding of sin helps us to speak biblically about sin.

    * How biblical truth arms us to stand against the world, the flesh, and the devil.

    * The means of grace and how they help the Christian today.

    * How settled convictions help the Christian today.

    * Why should Christians care about killing their sin and how to put it to death.

    * How Christians spouses can encourage one another to put to death indwelling sin.

    * How local church members can encourage one another to put to death their indwelling sin.









    About Today's Guest











    Dr. David S. Steele has been in pastoral ministry since 1991. He holds BS and MA degrees from Multnomah University and Multnomah Biblical Seminary and a D. Min from Bakke Graduate University. Following graduation from Multnomah University, he served eight years as Pastor to Students at Lacey Chapel. In 2000, he became the Pastor of Theology at First Baptist Church in La Grande, Oregon where he served for over eleven years. In 2012, he became the Senior Pastor at Christ Fellowship in Everson, Washington.

    At Christ Fellowship he leads the staff, serves as the Pastor for preaching and vision casting, and oversees Veritas (Adult Theological Education) and Iron Men (Men's Leadership Development).

    His personal mission is to positively influence people, impact the world one person at a time, and glorify God by enjoying him forever. His passion in ministry is preaching, teaching, and leadership development. Specifically, his aim is to educate the mind, engage the affections, equip the whole person, and encourage God-centered living that treasures Christ above all things.

    He and his wife, Gerrene were married in 1991 and they have two children.











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    • 37 min
    Standing Against Deception and for Biblical Discernment

    Standing Against Deception and for Biblical Discernment

    On today’s Equipping You in Grace show, Dave considers what biblical discernment is and what it entails, a basic biblical framework for discernment, a biblical plan for discernment, and why Christians must shun any and all teaching and hold fast to the sufficient Word of God.



    What you'll hear in this episode



    * What biblical discernment is and what it entails.

    * Why Scripture does not permit Christians to expose themselves to evil.

    * Why no Christian is to engage in syncretism.

    * Why the only proper response for Christians to false teaching is to shun it.

    * Three essential Christian doctrines that provide a basic framework for discernment.

    * A biblical plan for discernment.

    * Why good theology that comes from God’s Word allows one to discern between what is right and wrong.



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    • 51 min
    Engaging Mormons With Biblical Truth With Eric Johnson

    Engaging Mormons With Biblical Truth With Eric Johnson

    On today’s Equipping You in Grace, Dave talks with Eric Johnson about the doctrine of Scripture and Mormonism, how to biblically engage Mormons, some keys to talking with a Mormon missionary, and his new book, Introducing Christianity to Mormons: A Practical and Comparative Guide to What the Bible Teaches (Harvest House, 2022)



    What you’ll hear in this episode



    * How a good understanding of the doctrine of Scripture should affect how we engage Mormons.

    * How should Christians respond to the Mormon claim, that the Bible is correct as far as it is translated.

    * Why it is important for Christians to understand the Mormon's definition of theological terms.

    * How to engage in conversation with Mormons effectively.

    * Some keys when talking to a Mormon missionary.

    * How Christians can share their faith at Christmas dinner or family reunions with an LDS relative.

    * How to overcome objections when sharing biblical truth with a Mormon.



    About Today's Guest

    Eric Johnson (MDiv) works with Mormonism Research Ministry (www.mrm.org) and has written and coauthored several books, including Answering Mormons' Questions, Mormonism 101, and Sharing the Good News with Mormons. He currently lives in Sandy, Utah, with his wife and three daughters.

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    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Gracegal23 ,

Solid Biblical Teaching!

This podcast features excellent teaching. Within these episodes, Dave asks important questions as he interviews guests who share excellent points of view on a variety of topics from a Biblical perspective. Very educational and pertinent!

Knies116 ,

Great Podcast!

Great Resource for the Church! Subscribe!

TZ4Christ ,

Good content for the Biblical counselor

I really appreciate a podcast dealing with topics on biblical counseling. As a BC I'm always looking to grow personally and in my skills as a counselor. The only issue I have with the podcast, or maybe it was just the episode I watched on marriage, is that the host talks more than the guest. Not that he doesn't have good things to add, but I would prefer the guest speak on the topic he's been invited to discuss rather than the host.

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