“What is the gospel?” Responses continuously return to an inward-looking faith instead of a faith that clings externally to the astonishing mercy of Christ Jesus, who took the sin
of the world into Himself on the cross and breathed out His life for and onto His creation. In this act of
sacrifice, Jesus is indeed the sacrificial Lamb who takes away the sin of the world. Through His resurrection,
Jesus Christ has given His promise of eternal life in Him.
Pay ya' pastor!
The pastoral office is exceedingly important, and should be treated so by pastor and congregation alike.
The widows' list
We should respect all in the church, but especially those who are older than us and those who are destitute.
Irreverent and silly? Us?
Paul instructs Timothy on how to save both himself and his hearers. Craig and Troy feel momentary conviction over being irreverent and silly.
The mystery of Godliness and the reality of apostasy
Run away from churches that don't proclaim Christ and Him crucified! (Oh, and Craig and Troy explain why you should.)
Servants of the Church
Only briefly distracted by another Christmas rant, Craig and Troy return to the book of Timothy to examine the qualifications of a deacon of the church
The Great Christmas Trainwreck
Craig McScrooge and Troy the Grinch make every effort to ruin your favorite Christmas myths . . . but they work harder to remind you of the true meaning of Christmas: Christ coming for you.
Informative, sound Bible teaching, funny
Not too erudite. Bible teaching for the average pew sitter. I also enjoy the sense of humor and rapport between them. They are not irreverent in their approach but the humor makes it so accessible and has an entertaining value. You had me at Crisco Camels.
Also- they tell us the Gospel every week!!!
The true gospel. They don’t shy away from talking about Sin and our need for forgiveness.
I love listening to these guys. Great range of topics and breadth of Scripture coverage.
I’ve been wrong before