We’re back with part two of our Q&A episodes! This time around we look at what the Bible says about women’s roles in the local church and whether the sabbath is Saturday, Sunday, or does it matter at all?
In this episode Ryan, Jimmy and Charlotte take a brief departure from the typical format to do a little Q&A. They also hit on some of the hottest news stories and Ryan tries to give parameters for when it’s appropriate to start a GoFundMe account.
This month we discuss why creativity matters and Ryan professes his love for those old, rectangle school pizzas we were all served in high school cafeterias. We also sat down with Chris Sligh, who you may remember as a top ten finalist on the sixth season of American Idol. After Idol, Chris launched into life in the music industry and makes a living being creative.
On this month's episode Ryan, Jimmy, and Char discuss embarrassing things Ryan has said in sermons, Jimmy admits to stalking professional athletes, and the three discuss what the phrase "Jesus for all people" means to them. Also, Caleb Kaltenbach, author of books Messy Grace and God of Tomorrow sits down with Ryan. Caleb's parents divorced when he was two years old and each entered into homosexual lifestyles. Caleb grew up and became a pastor, giving him a unique perspective on ministering...