On today’s show Doug talks about Pentecost and being a Pentecostal. He looks at the central reason the Holy Spirit was poured out on the day of Pentecost and what this means to us and our need for Christian community.
On today’s show Doug talks about why people refuse to repent or to change course when their lives are clearly going in the wrong direction. Why do we justify our actions at the cost of spiritual transformation.
Doug talks about how Christians have been saved to become a people that will bless the rest of the people on the face of the earth. Christ went to the cross to fulfill God’s promise to Abraham. As Christians our lives are to be an expression of God’s promise to Abraham. This means we live […]
On today’s show Doug talks about how sin divides marriages, families and nations. He looks at the divided language of sin and the united language of Christ.
On today’s show Doug talks about how you can influence the lives of thousands through encouraging a pastor or minister. There is no way to listen to today’s show and not realize the difference you can immediately make in the world.
Doug talks about how we are only fully human in and through community. He looks at how community helps us understand God and ourselves.
Doug talks about the ministry of encouragement and about receiving his first angry call about The Fairly Spiritual Show.
Doug shares his life verse and talks about God being strong in our greatest weaknesses. He also addresses his fear of being murdered while traveling alone and his disdain for most continental breakfasts.
Doug talks about how love needs to be the foundation behind all of our religious and political activity. Without love our witness is meaningless and our political gains are meaningless. Without love, the laws we change and the judges we appoint have no value in the advancement of the gospel. Doug also talks about a […]
Doug talks about what distinguishes Christians from the rest of the people on the face of the earth. And he talks about a seal hitting a kayaker with an octopus.