Rediscovering Biblical Manhood
Rediscovering Biblical Manhood
Hosted by: Jay Teresi & Chicka Elloy Contact:
Beloved Son - Part 2 (Prodical)
People who live large portions of their lives apart from God still get the same love and forgiveness from God that we all get. They still get the party. But they don’t bring the memories. They don’t get the history. They don’t get the fellowship that comes only with building a relationship through time and trials. And this fellowship is worth more than any amount of parties. Rate our podcast! Questions or comments:
Aug 14
19 min
Beloved Son - Part 1
Rate our podcast! Questions or comments: Matthew, Mark, and Luke, each in their own way, accent the father’s love for his son (Matthew 17:15; Mark 9:22, 24; Luke 9:38, 42). However, in all three Gospels — this is no small detail — the account of Jesus rescuing this father’s demonized son follows immediately on the heels of the transfiguration, which has the heavenly Father’s declaration about his Son at its heart.
Aug 6
19 min
The Drama Mama
Rate our podcast! Questions or comments: We can discuss our disagreement face to face, perhaps over coffee, and try to understand each other’s viewpoints. Or we can set up an appointment at the Roman Colosseum and invite a horde of strangers to watch us fight it out.  By committing to interact with humility and kindness, we will get out of the Holy Spirit’s way—so we can all move toward deeper relationships, repentance, and faith.
Jul 8
20 min
Gossip & Scooby Snacks
Rate our podcast! Questions or comments: The Scriptures do not define gossip in one location. Instead, they describe gossip in action and intimately tie it to the character of the people participating in this tantalizing sin. The Bible often uses the word gossip to describe a kind of person more than just a communication pattern. My way of summarizing the Bible’s teaching on this topic is to say that the sin of gossip is bearing bad news behind someone’s back out of an evil heart. This functional definition considers the action itself, the content of the corrupt communication, the situation in which it occurs, and perhaps most importantly, the motivations of the people involved.
Jun 30
21 min
Ask Seek Knock or Kick?
Rate our podcast! Questions or comments: Ask, seek, knock. Notice the three different senses being considered here. Asking is verbal; Christians must use their mouths and petition God for their needs and desires. And believers are to seek with their minds—this is more than asking; it is a setting of priorities and a focusing of the heart. To knock involves physical movement, one in which the Christian takes action. Although asking and seeking is essential, they would be incomplete without knocking. The apostle John said Christians ought not to love in word alone but with actions also (1 John 3:18). In the same way, it’s good to pray and seek God, but if one does not also act in ways that are pleasing to God, all is for naught. It’s no accident that Jesus said believers should love God with all their heart, soul, strength, and mind (Luke 10:27).The commands are followed by promises: “Everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened” (Matthew 7:8). God delights in the prayer of faith, and He promises to give us what we need.
Jun 18
19 min
Special Episode: Being Led to Lead
On this special episode, we listen in on a recent conference talk by Jay.  Clip at the beginning:   Back next week with part 2 of our series.  Rate our podcast! Questions or comments:
Jun 8
39 min
Waking up Wearing Jesus (Part 1)
In this ep we talk about the power of wearing Jesus daily
May 30
19 min
What Hills Are Worth Dying For? #2
May 13
21 min
What Hills Are Worth Dying For?
It’s about finding the right hills to die on: First-rank doctrines are those that are essential to the gospel itself. Second-rank doctrines are urgent for the health and practice of the church to such a degree that they tend to be the cause of separation at the level of local church, denomination, and/or ministry. Third-rank doctrines are important to Christian theology, but not important enough to be the basis for separation. Fourth-rank doctrines are unimportant to our gospel witness and ministry collaboration.
Apr 28
23 min
Living Life in our Death
The resurrection story beats all resurrection stories. There were other people in the Bible raised to life after death. But they’re no longer with us today. Jesus, however, was raised never to die again. He broke the permanence of death. Today, we talk about dying to our flesh and living in light of our impending deaths. Rate our podcast! Questions or comments:
Apr 14
21 min
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