Pr. Kerns and Pr. Ockree begin a conversation on Luther’s Small Catechism. In this episode, they just chew the rag, hoping it whets your appetite for more.
Pr. Bruss and Kerns listen and discuss yet another dead end road within American Evangelicalism. If your pastor is challenging you to find the purpose God has for you, your purpose must become to find a new church.
Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns fight to get through this sermon on how to hear from God. There was more to review from this guy but they just could not do it. Though their brains turn to mush, the take away from this sermon review is clear: NOT BEYOND SCRIPTURE.
Pr. Bruss and Kerns take a step back from Holy Baptism once again to listen to a sermon about being Giant Killers for Jesus! Who knew?! You should be so grateful that there are scores of giants in the world and YOU are called to slay them.
See if you can tell the difference when a straight stick is placed next to a crooked one.
Even though Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns have not finished discussing Holy Baptism, this episode explores the topic they want to discuss next. The subject matter is a favorite among American Evangelicals, namely, how one hears from God. Despising what God has already written, American Evangelicals go after what they think the LORD is telling them at the moment.
This is an older episode, so the intrepid pastors had not figured out their recording equipment yet. They push the right button about 50 minutes in.
This Pastor out of Rome, Ga. preaches for 50 minutes-50 minutes about baptism! Even though they originally wanted to let him say what he wanted to say without interruption, Prs. Bruss and Kerns simply cannot do it. There’s just too much to correct.
On this episode, Pr. Kerns and Pr. Ockree listen to the most worn out analogy of all time-the wedding ring. It’s used over and over again to explain Holy Baptism. Take a listen and see what you think.
Something is very odd at the Revolution Church in Crossville, TN. Pr. Kerns and Pr. Ockree listen to a sermon delivered there on the subject of Holy Baptism. Listen for yourself and see if it’s, “Amen” or, “O my.”
Why is baptism holy? Because God is the One doing the baptizing. Listen in on Pr. Kerns and Pr. Ockree of Calvary Lutheran in Topeka, KS as they comment and discuss a sermon delivered by Tim Hughes of Grace Point Church of Topeka.
Pr. Bruss and Pr. Kerns have not recorded this yet, but when they do, it will go right here.