We are right in the middle of moving the Ordinary Means podcast over to a Word Press site. What that will mean for you, our faithful listeners, is that listening to the podcast will be easier than ever. So what are you waiting for? The May podcast is already up!!!
Head on over to the link below, readjust your RSS readers, and we'll do our best to finish moving all the furniture from the old site.
OM Podcast: The Gospel and the Ordinary Means, Part 3
Are the ordinary means mere rote duties Christians are to perform? Or are they something more? This month, Matt and Shaun conclude their examination of the relationship between the Gospel, grace, and the ordinary means. This is a series you won't want to miss.
OM Podcast: The Gospel and the Ordinary Means, Part 2
Are the ordinary means mere rote duties Christians are to perform? Or are they something more? This month, Matt and Shaun continue to examine the relationship between the Gospel, grace, and the ordinary means. This is a series you won't want to miss.
Are the ordinary means mere rote duties Christians are to perform? Or are they something more? This month, Matt and Shaun examine the relationship between the Gospel, grace, and the ordinary means. This is one you won't want to miss.
This month, Matt and Shaun are joined by Stephen Lewis (Evergreen PCA in Salem, OR) to discuss the Colloquium on the Sacraments that was held in June bringing together those on both sides of the Federal Vision debate.
Presenters included Will Barker, Rob Rayburn, Ligon Duncan, and Jeff Meyers.
OM Podcast: Baptists and Presbyterians Together, Part II
This month we return to April’s topic of the relationship between Reformed Baptists and Presbyterians. Joining us is Stefan Lindblad, currently serving alongside his father as pastor of Trinity Reformed Baptist Church (Kirkland, WA). We had a great discussion and trust you will enjoy thinking further about these things.
This month, Matt and Shaun get replaced by Ligon Duncan. Okay, so we just let him do the talking. This month’s message is the opening talk from this year’s Twin Lakes Fellowship on the heart of an ordinary means ministry. Have a listen.
This month, Matt and Shaun cover the controversial topic of whether or not Presbyterians and Baptists can be members together of the same churches given the beliefs that divide them, particularly their respective views on baptism.
New podcast. Old issue. Is it appropriate to take communion to those who could not attend worship due to illness? Church history gives a host of differing opinions on the matter. Even our own Westminster Confession argues that private communion is against the nature of the sacrament. Have a listen, and be sure to leave you feedback on this one.
Thank you for your patience while the site has been down. Everything is back up and running, meaning our most recent discussion is available for your listening ears.
This month, Matt and I address of a couple questions listeners have sent us recently related to the topic of baptism. I think you’ll find we cover the gamut and answer all the questions church history has every raised on this sticky topic--all under 60 minutes. (Note: Tongue planted firmly in cheek.)
As you’ve likely already discovered, the Ordinary Means site is down. Our hosting company assures me they are doing everything possible to get it back up ASAP. December’s podcast is sitting here on my hard drive waiting to be uploaded and I will do that just as soon I am able.
I apologize for the inconvenience (I know it isn’t Christmas without Ordinary Means and all that), and thank you sincerely for listening.