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The Frontline Podcast hosted by Mike Price discusses on a variety of topics to equip Christian men to be warriors in their faith. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/frontlinepodcast/support

The Frontline Podcast Mike Price

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The Frontline Podcast hosted by Mike Price discusses on a variety of topics to equip Christian men to be warriors in their faith. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/frontlinepodcast/support

    Come As You Are with Pastor Brian Smith

    Come As You Are with Pastor Brian Smith

    In today’s episode, we talk with Senior Pastor and Founder Brian Smith of the First Heavy Metal Church of Christ in Dayton, Ohio. This is a church where metalheads and rockers congregate to worship Jesus Christ. The Church has been featured on The Today Show, numerous local Dayton news shows, and in VICE Magazine. This church welcomes prostitutes, drug addicts, bikers, gang members, metalheads, felons, and anyone else who is willing to accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior. In just 10 years the church has performed over 1,040 river baptisms. The motto of the church is: “Come as you are.” Why aren’t modern churches welcoming to all lost souls?

    Questions:


    What is “Heavy Metal Church”?
    The early church evangelized in parts of the world where it was hostile and not very receptive to Christ. However, many modern churches have this perception that you must clean yourself up before coming to Christ. Why do you see many churches are evangelizing incorrectly?

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    Out Now on Amazon: Within Every Man is a Hero is a great book for a men’s group and for new and mature Christian men alike. It’s time for men to accept the challenge and make the pledge to be heroes of faith for the need is great, and the time is now.

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    • 59 min
    Life Changing Principles with Joe Prim

    Life Changing Principles with Joe Prim

    In today’s episode, we talk with Joe Prim about the six life changing principles. He’s the host of the Prepare Defend Lead podcast and author of “OPEN: Six Life Changing Principles That Are Easy to Implement, but Difficult to Master.”

    Questions:


    Why Joe Prim about wrote this book?
    What are the six life changing principles?
    How important is it to “open” our other senses, aside from mind, when implementing these principles?
    You said, and I can relate to this: “I grew up like many boys in this country, looking at my father and seeing a man who didn’t have friends, and spent most of his time with his family”. Why do men need friends?
    Of all the six principles, which one is the hardest to implement?

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    Out Now on Amazon: Within Every Man is a Hero is a great book for a men’s group and for new and mature Christian men alike. It’s time for men to accept the challenge and make the pledge to be heroes of faith for the need is great, and the time is now.

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    Joe Prim: Instagram, and website.

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    • 53 min
    Depression: Don't Bear it Alone

    Depression: Don't Bear it Alone

    Depression. It’s a word many are either afraid or ashamed to utter. Depression is difficult to overcome and come to terms with.

    According to the CDC, 50% of Americans will battle with mental illness at some point in their lifetime.

    Women are nearly twice as likely as men to be diagnosed with depression. However, compared to women, men are three times more likely to die by suicide in Australia, 3.5 times more likely in the US.

    Research shows men are far less likely than women to seek help not only for all mental-health problems, but depression in particular.

    According to a 2014 Lifeway study, 66% of pastors mostly avoid the topic from the pulpit, choosing to preach about mental health either once, rarely, or never each year.

    Unfortunately, most churches have not provided mental health support to their congregation.

    This podcast episode is not about telling Christian’s to “try” not being depressed. We will not tell you that the reason you feel depressed is you lack faith. Your personal faith in Christ can help ease depression. This episode is about finding ‘hope’ in your walk with Christ.

    In today’s episode, we talk with Darryl Eyb. He’s a pastor, blogger, and speaker. He helps ordinary people connect with an extraordinary God, so they can follow Jesus in their everyday life. Welcome, Darryl.

    Questions:


    Has depression made you question God or feel distant from Him?

    Has depression impacted your faith?

    How did you overcome the hold depression had on you?

    What can the church be doing to help those with depression?

    What do you want to say to a depressed Christian?


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    Darryl Eyb: https://darryleyb.net

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    • 51 min
    The Freedom Fight with Ted Shimer

    The Freedom Fight with Ted Shimer

    For the past 30 years, Ted Shimer has witnessed first-hand the destruction of this particular type of addiction – marriages, careers, and lives devastated by an uncontrollable, all-consuming dependence. The statistics are shocking:


    A Pastors.com survey revealed 54% of pastors say they’ve viewed it in the last year.

    A Barna Group survey showed 64% of Christian men are consuming it monthly, roughly equivalent to 65% of non-Christian men monthly.

    The most alarming statistics related to the Church’s future are a 2019 Freedom Fight survey of Christian college students, who say their faith is very important to them.

    89% of these college men involved in collegiate ministries say they watch it. 63% of this group watch it at least weekly and 51% of these future Christian leaders say they are addicted to it.

    And only 7% of churches say they have the resources to assist their members with this addiction.


    Countless pastors, church leaders and Christians in general are withering under the shame of their current struggle. And with skyrocketing numbers of teen addictions, the next generation will be plagued with the underlying effects on an even larger scale. If the Church doesn’t equip their people to address this pandemic with real solutions, the results will be catastrophic.

    But there is hope. Mr. Shimer’s organization, The Freedom Fight, has developed a gospel-centered, scientifically-informed, biblical approach to help those addicted completely recover. They are proud to provide a free program that can be used by individuals, small groups and churches. Shimer has also penned an accompanying book, The Freedom Fight: The New Drug and The Truths that Set Us Free, where he explores the destructive nature of it, examines its six root factors and shares practical methods to overcome it through biblical and science-based solutions that lead to genuine freedom. Welcome Mr. Shimer.

    Questions:


    Why is porn so hard to quit?

    What are the six roots of this type of addiction and how can we combat the underlying cause?

    How is this addiction undermining church growth?

    How can a husband tell their wife about their secret addiction?

    What can we do to fight this epidemic?

    How does addressing this very problem in the Church is an opportunity for revival


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    • 51 min
    Why Christian Men Need Heroes?

    Why Christian Men Need Heroes?

    Over the last 20 years, we’ve seen an influx of comic book superhero movies grow in popularity. From Iron Man to Thor to Batman to Captain America.

    Most superhero movies revolve around the clash between heroes and villains. Good versus evil. The unique challenges we face in life can be daunting and stressful, leaving us feeling powerless. We can identify with superheroes, and they can help inspire us to approach obstacles in the same heroic and altruistic way they do.

    More than ever before, men need examples of biblical manhood. There is a growing absence of fathers in the household, and in our churches, there is a godly man gap.

    There is an absent father crisis in America. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 19.7 million children, more than 1 in 4, live without a father in the home. This statistic is sad for two reasons: boys are growing up without a father, and our society sees this as normal.

    Where do men learn how to be godly men? Where are the godly heroes for little boys to look up to? Is this why comic book heroes are growing in popularity? How do we break the cycle?

    In today’s episode, we talk with James Hall, Host of the Restoring Heroes Project and a good friend of mine. His podcast is about real biblical manhood in a counterfeit world. 

    Questions:


    We see how popular superhero movies are in America. Do you think their popularity signifies the lack of real manhood?

    What is counterfeit manhood?

    Did you experience counterfeit manhood in your life?

    How would you define ‘real biblical manhood’?

    What do we do to counter counterfeit manhood?

    What could we Christian men do to break the cycle?


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    Restoring Heroes Project: https://www.herostuffbro.com

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    • 52 min
    Christianity Under Communist Rule with Pastor Jason Moore

    Christianity Under Communist Rule with Pastor Jason Moore

    In today's episode, we will be talking with our special guest, Pastor Jason Moore, about his time as a Christian missionary in Ukraine during communist rule. Ukraine regained its independence after the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union.

    Under communist rule, Christians experienced brutal suppression and persecution from Soviet authorities. Marxism-Leninism has consistently advocated the control, suppression, and, ultimately, the elimination of religious beliefs.

    Estimates of the total number all Christian martyrs in the former Soviet Union are about 12 million.” (James M. Nelson, “Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality”, Springer, 2009, ISBN 0387875727, p. 427).

    Questions:


    Let’s start off with why did you decide to do a mission trip to Ukraine? How old were you?

    What adversity or setbacks did you encounter during this time?

    In John 15:19-20: If you were of the world, the world would love you as its own; but because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you. Remember the word that I said to you: ‘A servant is not greater than his master.’ If they persecuted me, they will also persecute you. If they keep my word, they will also keep yours. What does this verse mean for modern christians in the west?




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