What Next?!

After such a climactic end to the gospel accounts, you might wonder “what could possibly be next?” In other words, to the early disciples, how could life be anything but mundane after such a phenomenal experience? But that was hardly the case! Invigorated by Jesus’ defeat of death itself, the disciples spent their lives obeying Jesus’ commission to go and make disciples. Continue reading “What Next?!”

Beware This Leaven

Borrowing from a warning Jesus’ issued about the doctrine of the Pharisees and Sadducees, Ben Winslett warns against a concept popular among some conservative evangelicals that many times leads to either to pride or discouragement: Lordship salvation.

Radio broadcast for July 11, 2021. Continue reading “Beware This Leaven”

Face Set Like A Flint

“For the Lord God will help me; therefore shall I not be confounded: therefore have I set my face like a flint, and I know that I shall not be ashamed.” Isaiah 50:7

On Palm Sunday 2020, we considered the mindset of Christ as He went into Jerusalem, knowing all He would suffer for the sins of His people. And yet He went, He drank of the bitter cup, He finished the work. Continue reading “Face Set Like A Flint”


We all look at life through the lens of our presuppositions. Sometimes these are correct. Many times, they are not. In this broadcast, we consider a few theological points from scripture that ought to frame the way we interpret the Bible and also the world around us.

Radio broadcast for July 4, 2021. Continue reading “Presuppositions”

The Ease of Misunderstanding

To put it mildly, it is extraordinarily easy to misunderstand not only another person’s words, but their actions as well. Sometimes, we misunderstand or misinterpret such and become offended, and so misunderstandings are a tragic cause of grief to God’s people.

In today’s broadcast we focus on the danger of misunderstanding, how common misunderstandings were even in Jesus’ ministry, and how we can personally deal with this issue day by day.

Radio broadcast for June 27, 2021. Continue reading “The Ease of Misunderstanding”