10 episodes

Addressing popular and false teaching in the modern day.

The Ninety-Five Christoa Ministries

    • Religion & Spirituality
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Addressing popular and false teaching in the modern day.

    Sabatarianism

    Sabatarianism

    James and Andrew talk about modern-day sabatarianism. Is strict Sabbath observance essential for the Christian? Their answer? Depends…

    • 49 min
    Paying Teachers According to Scripture- Andrew Cannon

    Paying Teachers According to Scripture- Andrew Cannon

    Is it right for a teacher of the Bible to accept payment for what God has made freely available, His word? If a “pastor” is paid, does the church have a right to create a job description? We do not only ask these questions today. They were likely being asked in the First Century in […]

    • 51 min
    Acts 1:1-11

    Acts 1:1-11

    Today, Ken exposits Acts 1:1-11–the prerequisites of local church life. douglasreformed.church

    • 46 min
    Christian Liberty VS Weak Consciences- Andrew Cannon

    Christian Liberty VS Weak Consciences- Andrew Cannon

    On Sunday, Andrew exposited 1 Corinthians 8. Christian liberty is real. So is respecting the weak consciences of our brothers and sisters. So is seeking to make them strong in liberty. douglasreformed.church

    • 54 min
    Congregationalism in the Church

    Congregationalism in the Church

    Today, James and Andrew talk about congregationalism in the church according to Scripture. Donate at Christoa.com to support our ministry efforts through this podcast and around the world.

    • 39 min
    Criticism Culture

    Criticism Culture

    Today, Andrew and James talk about criticism culture and show how God leads true Christians to be different. In a world of nonconstructive complaint, the Christian trusts God’s goodness and providence. Please help us keep doing ministry:

    • 39 min

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