Ever wonder what Pastors chat about during the week? Wish you were a fly on the wall during the construction of a sermon series? Join father and son pastoral duo George and Jeremy Stephens for the director's cut on sermons, cultural application, ministry leader interviews, bad puns and dad jokes, coffee analysis, and church foyer conversations.
090: The Winsome Church
Can we be too welcoming? What's the line between welcoming everyone with the Gospel, but still holding to the truth about sin?
Theological Term- Mid-Tribulation
089: What's the Model?
We discuss the best model for church ministry. How does your church measure success?
Theological Term: Post-Tribulational
088: Out of Abundance
How do the leaders of a church walk the line between relying on God's abundance, and managing increasing budget expenses in their church.
Theological Term: Rapture
087: Well Seasoned
The often overlooked requirement of pastors is that they are not to be new converts. We talk about a few famous examples of men who went into ministry quickly after conversion and try to figure out what it means to be mature enough to be a pastor.
Theological Term: Tribulation
086: Future Collectors
Jesus commends us to be Heavenly treasure-hunters, rather than wasting our time with earthly things that will pass away. Based on the sermon series within Going Deeper into the Sermon on the Mount, we talk more today about what Heavenly treasure looks like and how to find it.
Theological Term: Pre-millenial
085: What's the Deal With Ordination?
Today we discuss pastoral ordination. There are as many forms of ordination as there are types of churches, but we talk about what it should mean, and why it is an important step for both pastors and churches.
Note: We had an error toward the end of the podcast. Sorry! Still a conversation worth listening to!
Theological term: Post-millenial
Pastor’s Study - Pastor Stephens
I am so thankful that someone put your podcast on Facebook. I immediately downloaded and listened to yesterday’s podcast and it felt like having you back in the pulpit at our church in NJ. The Lord knew best as always and you and Pastor Jeremy and your families are serving Him very well. Now with the Podcast you can continue to share with us again. God is good! All the time! Of course, I shared this with our friends and family. Looking forward to your weekly podcasts. 🙌😘
Historical Understanding on Christanity
Pastors presenting an historical understanding on Christanity and the need for basing our understanding of who God Is based upon the Scriptures and not the ever-changing perceptions of humanity