Come&Live! - Items filtered by date: February 2018

In a recent interview, Spencer Chamberlin of Underoath claims that Christianity ruined his life. Chad shares his unique insight from having discovered and signed the band and the guys discuss the growing trend of people abandoning their faith due to the behavior of others and whether this reaction is fair.

The guys also look at some practical ways to share the Gospel if you are not an artist and David shares Nigel Clown’s performance review of our last episode…

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Interview with Spencer Chamberlain: bit.ly/2pOV4BH
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While Chad is on a speaking tour with Nigel the Silent Clown, the rest of the guys look at the importance of follow up when preaching the Gospel and give some practical examples of how to make sure people are getting discipled after responding to Jesus. They also discuss deconstructionism and whether or not it has any place in the Church.

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Deconstructionism: bit.ly/2u9dr9f

The guys discuss the label “evangelical” and what has led to its terrible reputation in secular culture. They unpack some of the things we tend to add to Jesus that needlessly hurt our witness.

Also, they talk about the challenge of being a Christian in a secular band and the implications that it can have on your ability to pursue God’s call on your life and art.

Oh…and David shares the dangers of using coffins to impress your potential parent-in-laws

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The guys discuss the dreaded altar call and ask whether it matters if people are given a chance to respond to the Gospel publicly? The 2nd half of the podcast features Blair Carlson who worked closely with Billy Graham for 26 years. They get some unique insight into Billy Graham’s spiritual life and learn some things you probably didn’t know about him!

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Is busyness a disease in our culture? Do Christian artists need to talk about Jesus in their lyrics?

While Chad is apparently, trekking through the hills of Nepal handing out copies of his new book “One Thousand Risks”, the rest of the guys have a spirited discussion around these questions... and it gets pretty intense.

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Revolutionary Book: www.steiger.org/revolutionary