The Front Porch Podcast
From a homosexual lifestyle to homelessness to Christ to the mission field
Louis and Thabiti continue their conversation about Thabiti’s recent apology to some evangelicals. Join us and as they say in some parts of North Carolina, “bring yo own mason jar”.
The Just Gospel 2019 Line-Up is phenomenal. Take a listen and get a rundown on who will be on The Front Porch in Atlanta, May 2-4 at Just Gospel 2019.
Louis and Thabiti are on The Porch running their mouths as usual. On this podcast, they discuss the reasons they sensed the need for Just Gospel 2019 and the timeliness … Continue reading
C’mon up and hear how the Lord saves from drugs, prostitution, and pornography and how he removes “the taste for sin.”
C’mon up and meet Kori Porter, who serves as an Associate Campus Minister at University Reformed Church in East Lansing, MI.
Trillia Newbell joins Kristie Anyabwile on the porch to discuss her edited volume, “Women on Life: A Call to Love the Unborn, Unloved & Neglected.”
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?
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.
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.
How should a church respond when there is a sinful failure on the pastor’s part? Are the qualifications of 1 Timothy 3 also disqualifications? Louis Love chops it up with pastors Keelan Atkinson, Bobby Scott, and Kevin Smith about this difficult topic. C’mon up and join the conversation. (Photograph by Stefano Corso via Flickr Creative Commons)
In the wake of Ferguson, Thabiti Anyabwile chops it up with host Isaac Adams to discuss where he specifically saw injustice in the legal proceedings. What are your thoughts? What can we do going forward? C’mon up and join the conversation. (Photograph by Tori Rector via Flickr Creative Commons)