How should Christians view everything that’s happening in this world? The Life in the Kingdom Podcast aims to tackle that question by addressing not only the what, but also the how, why and where do we go from here. We want to come alongside you and discuss the issues you’re discussing, ask the questions you’re asking, interview the persons you’re interested in, and highlight stories that get you thinking. In so doing, we hope you’ll gain a biblical perspective and a deeper understanding of today’s events and life’s questions, big and small.
Untwisting Scriptures: Author Rebecca Davis Breaks Down Where People Go Wrong on the Bible
Author Rebecca Davis breaks down where people go wrong on the Bible, and how we can all take the proper approach to scripture.
As Biblical Prophecies Unfold, Is the Jewish Temple's Real Location Hiding in Plain Sight?
Brandon Showalter sits down with Dr. Christian Widener, author of the new book, "The Temple Revealed: The True Location of the Jewish Temple Hidden in Plain Sight," to discuss Widener's fascinating belief that the real location of the Jewish temple might be hiding in plain sight.
Seeing God's Plans in the Midst of Our Circumstances: Pastor Keion Henderson's Inspiring Story
Keion Henderson, pastor of The Lighthouse Church in Houston, Texas, has a powerful and compelling personal story. And through it, he's been able to see God's plans in the midst of chaos. Henderson discusses how to handle transitions and how to cope. Listen to him share his incredible story and the lessons he teaches in his book, "The Shift: Courageously Moving from Season to Season."
Debunking myths about how children are affected when adults pursue ‘happiness’
Author Katy Faust of Them Before Us says it’s time to respect the rights of children as she discusses how adults often make decisions at the expense of children as well as the devastating consequences of divorce and reproductive technology, among other issues.
Why Christian men can’t find an inspiring example of manhood in churches
Many churches tend to present a "nice" and convenient Jesus, offering little in the way of manhood. But Parker Green, author of Way of the Violent, wants Christian men to see who Jesus truly is and how He exemplified strength and power through humility and sacrifice.
Teens are being shaped by the digital world; here’s what you can do about it
It’s the smartphone generation where youths are constantly connected to the digital world and their identities are largely being shaped through it. Jason and Lisa Frost, authors of The Glass Between Us, discuss how to tackle the challenges that come with “digital natives” and how to help youths journey through adolescence without being exploited.