112 episodes

Locker room is a men's podcast from Southland Christian Church in Kentucky. When you think about the kinds of conversation that happen in locker rooms you probably think about vulgar, childish and demeaning language. In this podcast we are redeeming men's conversations by talking about the right things in the right ways.

Locker Room Southland Christian Church

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9 • 295 Ratings

Locker room is a men's podcast from Southland Christian Church in Kentucky. When you think about the kinds of conversation that happen in locker rooms you probably think about vulgar, childish and demeaning language. In this podcast we are redeeming men's conversations by talking about the right things in the right ways.

    You're Invited with Special Guest Jon Weece

    You're Invited with Special Guest Jon Weece

    "You're invited!"
    When Jesus says you’re invited...he means it. He knows everything about us and yet he still pursues us. What is Jesus inviting us into? How do we respond?
    Join us this week as we sit down with Jon Weece to talk about the greatest invitation we've been given. We'll dive into the steps to accept Jesus' invitation and celebrate how he redeems our stories to help reach others.
    This season of Locker Room we're taking each week to talk about two words. Two words to drive our content and our discussion with different guests.
    If you’re starting a Locker Room Group or simply having conversations with other men--your sons, your friends, or coworkers--our hope is to create some critical discussions about things that matter.
    LOCKER ROOM DISCUSSION GUIDE, S1E2 - “You’re Invited”
    Did your family members or friends give you a nickname? If so, what is it and how did you earn it?  What’s the most recent event you’ve been invited to (ball game, concert, wedding, etc.)? What resonated with you about the experience?  Who was the first person to invite you to church? How would you describe your first church experience? Read Matthew 16:24. Jesus gives an open invitation for anyone to follow Him with two qualifiers – denying ourselves and picking up our cross. Why are these two conditions listed first? What does this mean practically?  Read Ephesians 2:8-9. These verses tell us that we are saved by grace through faith in Jesus. Why is it important to remind ourselves that we are not saved by our own works?  Read Acts 2:37-39 and 2 Peter 3:9. When we hear the Gospel, our natural response should be to turn away from our former life and reorient ourselves to our new life in Christ. In light of God’s patience with us and promise for us, why do we tend to respond in rebellion instead of repentance? Read Romans 10:9-13. If you’ve done so, what led you to the decision to confess Jesus as your Savior and Lord? How has your life been different since making this decision?   Read Matthew 3:13-17 and Acts 22:16. Jesus Himself demonstrates humility by being immersed in the waters of baptism. In the 1st century Church, we also see this sense of urgency to be baptized as a response to hearing the Gospel and obediently following the example of Jesus. If you have been baptized, what was your baptism experience like? If you have not been baptized, what questions or reservations have kept you out of the water?     Read Romans 6:1-14. In this passage, Paul clarifies our relationship to sin in light of God’s grace. When we accept Jesus’ invitation through faith, repentance, confession, and baptism, we put habitual sin to death and walk in our new identity in Christ. How do we not abuse God’s grace? Why is it important for us to understand our new identity in Christ?   Grab a sheet of paper and draw a line down the middle. On one side, describe your new life in Christ. On the other side, write down what your life would be like without Jesus. Use this resource as a tool to help you craft your testimony as you share what Jesus has done in your life with others. 

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Warrior King

    Warrior King

    "What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us."
    --A. W. Tozer

    If you were asked to describe Jesus in two words, what would it be?  It’s a great question, right? It’s very telling of what we know or understand about who He is.
    We're kicking off this season of Locker Room by taking each week to talk about 2 Words. Each week we’ll have two words that drive our content and drive our discussion with different guests. In this episode, we'll focus in on two words to describe Jesus: Warrior and King.
    If you’re starting a Locker Room Group or simply having conversations with other men--your sons, your friends, or coworkers--our hope is to create some critical discussions about things that matter. 
    LOCKER ROOM DISCUSSION GUIDE, S10E1: Warrior King
    If your family or your friends were to introduce you to someone new, what two words would they use to describe you?  Who first introduced you to Jesus? What picture was painted to describe Him?  What was your initial perception of Jesus? Has your view of Him evolved over time? If so, how?    What two words would you use to describe Jesus today? Why did you choose these specific words?   How would you define a “warrior”? Who are some of the examples that come to mind?   Read Romans 5:6-11 and Isaiah 53:4-5. How do these passages highlight Jesus as a warrior?  How would you define a “king”? What attributes of a king would lead to submission under their authority? Read Revelation 17:14 and Revelation 19:11-16. How do these passages highlight Jesus as king?  Look up the lyrics to the song “King of Kings” by Hillsong. Which lines resonate with you in light of Jesus being both warrior and king? Why?  Has this conversation changed your view of who Jesus is? If so, how?       
     

    • 45 min
    Special Announcement

    Special Announcement

    What does the future hold for Locker Room podcast? Some changes are on the horizon. Full details revealed in this episode--featuring Scott Nickell and Scott Hatfield.

    • 30 min
    Disc Golf Throwdown

    Disc Golf Throwdown

    We're going to settle it. You've heard them talk about it in the podcast, and In this bonus episode of Locker Room we take a break from the serious stuff for a throwdown between friends on the course. Nickell and Vandee, Hatfield and Austin Vitucci hit the course at Shilltto Park on a warm fall day to find out who is the best. Neil Gregory was there to film as it all went down. Now back in the studio, the guys break down the day and discuss other such weighty topics.
    You can watch the match in all its glory at lockerroompodcast.com

    • 26 min
    Setting a Course for Godly Fatherhood

    Setting a Course for Godly Fatherhood

    How can I become a more engaged father? What are some tips for raising godly boys? How can I have a meaningful conversation with my son?
    In this special episode of Locker Room, Scott welcomes Kent Evans to the podcast. Kent is an author and co-founder of Manhood Journey, a ministry that helps fathers and mentors build the next generation of godly men.
    You can find more resources from Manhood Journey at https://manhoodjourney.org

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Men's Night Followup

    Men's Night Followup

    Nearly 2000 men came together on August 28, to be built up and prepared to step into where God is calling us. Tune in with Scott Nickell & Hatfield for an extended breakdown of topics discussed and ways to move forward.

    • 1 hr

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
295 Ratings

295 Ratings

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Talks about stuff like a real man

Real

Josh 376 ,

A great men’s podcast

This is a great means podcast! I really enjoy it. Thank you for doing this!

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Awesome

By far the best podcast for men that I’ve ever listened to!

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