In this episode, Ryan gives his recommendations for trying out the wonderfully relaxing and contemplative hobby of pipe smoking. He also talks about what he and his fellow elders have done during the quarantine to shepherd the church family.
In this episode, Ryan gives more details about how he starts seeds indoors, recalls conversations with Christians about public school Bible classes, discusses Bernie Sanders’ “free” childcare proposal, and finally shares his responses to Arbor Day’s tree survey.
Ryan leads off with his spoken word poem The Trinity.
On today’s show, Ryan tells a tragic story of how one girl has lived a life deeply influenced by rejected responsibility and misplaced authority.
Also, Ryan talks about how discouraged he’s been lately by Christian social media (again).
In this episode, Ryan talks about burning garden beds, how, and why. Ryan also discusses how the fact that all human authority is derived from God’s ultimate, divine, and comprehensive authority determines his political beliefs. Secondarily, Ryan relates how his Scripture reading informs his beliefs about how other human institutions relate to God and one another.
In this episode, Ryan shares a spoken word poem called “Imputation” based on Romans 5, and discusses what the Lord’s Day gathering of the Church is and what that means when it comes to canceling services and worship service attendance.
@13:05, Ryan says, “Bible.” He meant “Church.” 🙂
In this episode, I talk about the peppers I’m currently fermenting on the homestead, songwriting, Christians not edifying each other on social media, and the Bible study of Proverbs.