Doug talks about the need to abide with and witness the presence and person of Christ every single day before we try to tell the world about Christ. We need to be with Jesus before we proclaim Jesus.
Doug shares his testimony of encountering God’s presence. He also talks about manure sprinklers.
Doug talks about what motivates every sermon he preaches or show he produces. He looks at the ministry of removing the planks from our own eyes before we try to remove specks from the eyes of others.
Doug talks about issues of weight, weigh loss and health from an encouraging no shame perspective. He looks at the power of struggle, education and encouragement.
Doug talks about the need for more Christian creativity. God is creative and we should express that creativity. The show looks at how and why we should encourage creativity.
On today’s show Doug talks about why Christ died for our sins. He looks at why Christ’s death was needed to make us righteous. He looks at how Christ’s death is an expression of God’s love. Doug also looks at his dislike of superhero films. No Avengers: Endgame spoilers.
Doug looks at the cross for the sinned-against. He talks about how he used to neglect preaching the full story of the cross and how this hurt the abused and neglected. A great message on why the cross is about more than just the forgiveness of sins.
On today’s show Doug talks about how Christians could change the world if they were better witnesses in restaurants. He looks at tipping and the Sunday church rush. He also has a contest to win a free book.
Well, due to a prior engagement, I missed the opening night performance of Marie Dancing Still. Fortunately, Marie Dancing Still was still dancing still last night, which gave my wife and I the wonderful opportunity to see the most amazing dance sequence we have ever seen at Seattle’s 5thAvenue Theatre or really on any stage. If that seems […]
Doug talks about why Christianity is declining in America. He points out that it isn’t the fault of those liberal “others,” it is a reflection of our terrible witness. He looks at the duplicity of our Christian witness. He points out that many Christians learn about love on Sunday morning and follow people who preach […]