A podcast exploring how to follow Jesus in the normal rhythms of life.
Beyond Babylon: Daniel Chapter 1
We're sitting down and having a conversation around Pastor Rob's teachings on the first three chapters of Daniel, and squeezing out more details and implications as to how we can live and lead in this cultural moment we find ourselves in.
Living & Leading in Babylon (Part 1)
This is the first of a three-part series from Pastor Rob in which he delivers a series of teachings from the first 3 chapters of Daniel, aiming to show us some biblical principles of how Christians should resolve to live and lead in a culture that is...
Screwtape & The Public School System
We're looking at a writing by C.S. Lewis, "Screwtape Proposes a Toast", a preface to his book "The Screwtape Letters" in which he critiques the American public school system. Was he correct?
Theology For Everyone: Of Good Works - Chapter 16, Article 5 WCF
Continuing on in Chapter 16 on Good Works, article 5 brings some clarity as to why our good works can never "merit pardon of sin".
Theology For Everyone: Of Good Works - Chapter 16, Articles 3-4 WCF
Diving deeper into a theology of "Good Works", and Justin finally gets Kevin's last name right!
BTS: Sola Gratia
Why can human beings be so resistant to something as free and amazing as God's grace? We're digging deeper into this past Sunday's sermon on Grace Alone (or Sola Gratia) and asking some more questions like this one.
I love listening to SC Life podcast when I’m trying to unwind after school! It helps refocus me on Christ and remind me of truths, often incorporating and reinforcing Sunday’s sermon. I appreciate Pastor Justin and the resident pastors sharing their wisdom! The topics covered are relevant for all areas of life.
This podcast is great for anyone seeking to be a life-long learner & to live out a Gospel-centered life!
Following Jesus in everyday life
Justin is a fantastic source of wisdom for following Jesus in everyday life, especially for men, husbands, and fathers.
I am really enjoying these. The only complaint I have is that the audio is fairly quiet. I have to max out the volume to hear it.