Conversations about real life young adult stuff and what the Bible says about it. In this podcast, we share our view from The Porch - a weekly gathering of thousands of young adults in Dallas, Texas. We take questions, concerns, and challenges common for our generation and talk about how to overcome them (or at least say “us too”). For more information about The Porch visit www.theporch.live.
Dating: Why Am I Still Single?
Why am I still single? How do I take advantage of my singleness? Am I looking in the right places and the right things? In this episode, we dive deep into the gift of singleness.
The Problem of Evil
Does evil in the world mean God isn't real? In this episode, we discuss how God is in control even when bad things happen.
Why You Do What You Do
Why do I keep acting this way? Why am I struggling with the same stuff week in and week out? In this episode, we discuss the importance of what we are consuming and how that effects our progress.
Politically Correct: Theology & State feat. Allie Beth Stuckey
With Election Day right around the corner, we sit down this week with Allie Beth Stuckey, a commentator on politics and theology, to talk through key issues our country is currently facing.
Politics and Christianity feat. Charlie Kirk
Why should I care about politics anyway? Why isn't the church talking about these issues? Do Politics and Christianity go hand in hand? In this episode, we sit down with Charlie Kirk, a young political activist, to talk through Christianity's role in American politics today.
Politically Correct: Social Justice feat. Voddie Baucham
Social Justice or Biblical Justice? On this episode, we sit down with guest speaker, Voddie Baucham, who's area of emphasis is Cultural Apologetics and currently serves as the Dean of Theology at African Christian University in Lusaka, Zambia, to discuss what the Bible says about Social Justice.
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I couldn’t recommend this podcast enough. If your looking for a engaging , informative, biblically based podcast look no further. David Marvin the vanilla gorilla delivers every time. Took me awhile to figure out how to leave reviews or I would have left a review earlier.
I love the band analogy. (So true) I have believed for a long time that God allows evil in order for real love to exist.
God desires reciprocal love from us as opposed to an army of mindless automatons.
Love this podcast as a whole!
In a world that desperately needs Jesus, David, JD and Laura shine light on truth from Gods word every week. They talk about topics young adults are actually struggling with and unpack it with scripture. I've been listening for 3 years and have felt so encouraged and shared this podcast with many people. One day I hope to visit Watermark in person, but for now I’m thankful this has reached me in San Francisco.