Thabiti joins Bishop David Perrin, who has faithfully served in Washington D.C. area for a long time, to discuss life, ministry, and God’s faithfulness throughout both.
What are women in the church concerned with today? What are ways we can be praying for our sisters? How does context determine everyday struggles and the difficulty women see in the ministry?
Christians already have an agenda. Our agenda has already been set. It’s a kingdom agenda: Christ is Lord.
“The enemy has been busy from the beginning,” Tony Carter says, “and his goal is to undermine the glory of God in the world.”
C’mon up and join the brothers as they discuss The Front Porch’s publishing efforts.
The brothers on The Front Porch look back to 2015, praise God for his past mercies, and look to future grace to come.
Are spiritual gifts for today? If so, which gifts still operate in the Church? Join the fellas at “The Chopping Block” for a wide-ranging discussion.
Join Thabiti Anyabwile, Mark Dever, and Ken Jones as these brothers chop it up about black churches and their involvement in communities, the doctrines of GRACE, and how the Lord has brought these brothers into Christian ministry.
In the good ole days, mama got you up, and you went to church. Is that still the case for The Black Church? Is the black church still relevant in our community or relevant as it has ever been?
What might we think about all that went down this past year? From growth of the The Black Lives Matter Movement to The Supreme Court’s changing of the legal definition of marriage, 2015 provided a number of issues that cast an interesting shadow for 2016. C’mon up and join the conversation! Happy New Year!
Dr. Anthony Moore, campus pastor of the Village Church in Fort Worth, Texas, came through The Front Porch to share about his life and ministry—from the suffering he faced in the past to the present.
Episode (#018) | If women are called to appropriately participate in everything that is the mission of the church, how might we encourage sisters’ involvement in the mission of the church? How do we correct chauvinism masquerading as complementarianism? C’mon up and join the conversation.