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Our aim is to build up the church and its leaders with engaging conversations about practical ministry issues and topics that will strengthen your faith and theology.

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Our aim is to build up the church and its leaders with engaging conversations about practical ministry issues and topics that will strengthen your faith and theology.

    "5 Big Questions" (Part 2/2) - Arnie Armstrong

    "5 Big Questions" (Part 2/2) - Arnie Armstrong

    This is part 2 of an episode with Arnie Armstrong tackling 5 big questions rooted in the introductory chapters of the Bible,  that we need to wrestle with and reconcile in order to make sure that we are believing the same God that Jesus believed in (The God of the Bible). In P2  we come to the last 2 questions that come post-fall. I trust that these questions are not just thought provoking but also helpful and practical for you as you wrestle through them. 

    For more information on Millar College of the Bible visit:
    http://www.millarcollege.ca
    For More information on the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches visit:
    http://www.fellowshipforward.org

    • 39 min
    "5 Big Questions" (Part 1/2) - Arnie Armstrong

    "5 Big Questions" (Part 1/2) - Arnie Armstrong

    When we go through the hardest moments of our lives we are faced with our biggest questions about God.  Questions that shape how we view Him and respond to him. In Part 1 of this discussion we will tackle the first 3 foundational questions. Each of these questions are established before the fall. Can you live with a God who says NO? Can God decide who lives and dies? Can you trust God if He keeps secrets from you?
    These are thought provoking questions with far more practical implications than you might think. Grab your Bible and dig in with Arnie and I for the next couple weeks.

    Arnie is a professor and academic dean at Millar College of the Bible
    For more information on Millar College head over to:
    http://www.millarcollege.ca

    This Podcast is in partnership with the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches
    http://www.fellowshipforward.org

    • 54 min
    "The Song of Songs" - Travis Johnston

    "The Song of Songs" - Travis Johnston

    I know many of us don't often quote from this book, either in theological conversations or in romantic conversations with your wife..."you're hair is a like a flock of goats" may not resonate with her. But "The Song of Songs" or "The Song of Solomon" is in there for a reason. It is wonderfully poetic and rarely preached. Just how should we approach it and how should we handle it?

    Travis Johnston is a professor at Millar College of the Bible. I'm sure you will appreciate his heart for the Word and it's implications on our lives.

    For more information on Millar College of the Bible visit:
    http://www.millarcollege.ca

    To learn more about the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches go to:
    http://www.fellowshipforward.org

    • 53 min
    "Ignitus" - Dr. Martin Culy

    "Ignitus" - Dr. Martin Culy

    If you have been looking to grow in your understanding of the Bible or if you are a church leader looking for some great Bible teaching curriculum then this conversation with Dr. Culy is for you. Marty has developed the "Ignitus" curriculum to help churches and lay people grow in their knowledge of the Word and have lives that are shaped by it.

    Dr. Martin Culy is an author and teacher who has a vast array of ministry experience. He has pastored, worked in Bible translation and  global missions work and  has edited and contributed to books and commentaries on the Bible.

    For information on the  "Ignitus" Bible Curriculum or to et a copy of these resources
    contact Dr. Martin Culy
    email: mmculy@gmail.com

    For more information on the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Studies
    http://www.fellowshipforward.org

    • 55 min
    "The Visual Word" - Dr. Patrick Schreiner

    "The Visual Word" - Dr. Patrick Schreiner

    There is something about engaging all the senses that allows us to experience a more full experience. Dr. Patrick Schreiner has written an interesting and attractive book called "The Visual Word" which combines a scholars look at the outline of the New Testament and visuals to help the reader into the text in a unique way.

    Dr. Patrick Schreiner is an author and  professor at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary with a heart for the church and for the body to understand and be built up in the faith through the Word.

    Find "The Visual Word" at Moody press:
    https://www.moodypublishers.com/the-visual-word/

    For more information on the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches:
    http://www.fellowshipforward.org

    • 44 min
    "Psalm 119 - Stirring a Love for the Word" - Dr. Daryl Kroeker

    "Psalm 119 - Stirring a Love for the Word" - Dr. Daryl Kroeker

    I 've often just powered through Psalm 119, never pausing to reflect. Of course I 've seen the theme of "The Word",  but the depth and practical implications of this Psalm I have most definitely missed. I know that this little book will encourage you, and may just give you a new love and appreciation for the Word that God has gifted us with.
    Dr. Kroeker is currently the director of the graduate program at Millar College of the Bible. He and his wife Tamara  live near Salmon Arm,  BC.

    Find Daryl's book "Psalm 119 - Stirring a Love for the Word": 
    https://www.amazon.ca/Psalm-119-Stirring-Love-Word/dp/B08XLJ9246/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Psalm+119+Daryl+Kroeker&qid=1627594969&sr=8-1

    For more information on Millar College of the Bible Visit:
    https://www.millarcollege.ca/

    Or check out the Fellowship of Evangelical Bible Churches:
    http://www.fellowshipforward.org

    • 46 min

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