Join Matt and Micah as they record on location in Andrews, North Carolina at Snowbird Youth Camp. They take time to sit down with Brody Holloway, the director of Snowbird, to talk about his testimony and the story of the camp. Brody shares their philosophy of student camp ministry and how God has been at work over the last number of years to expand their influence in other ministry areas.
Matt and Micah are joined by special guest Zach Mabry who serves as Program Director and Worship Leader at Snowbird Wilderness Outfitters (SWO) Youth Camp in Andrews, North Carolina. Zach has been leading students in worship for years and he offers keen insight into the philosophy of worship at SWO. He takes time out of the busy camp schedule to sit down with the Gospel Reign cohosts and share his heart for seeing students meet together to worship the Lord.
Check out this incredible camp at www.swoutfitters.com.
Matt and Micah are joined by special guest Chris Powers, creator of Full of Eyes, a ministry dedicated to digital animation and art. Chris is an incredibly talented man that God is using to draw the eyes and hearts of His people to behold His beauty in the face of Jesus Christ. Matt and Micah help us get to know Chris’ story and find out how churches can benefit from his ministry.
Micah and Matt address the implications of regenerate church membership in this second part of a two-part series on some issues of church government. What does it mean to be a member of a Baptist church? Why are we expected to attend and serve? Are there greater expectations of church members than attendance?
In the first part in a series on church government Matt and Micah discuss some of the issues surrounding church membership in the Baptist denomination, especially regenerate church membership. There is much misunderstanding among Christians about who the church is and how to become part of a local body. One of the greatest implications for church membership is the government of the local church.
Matt and Micah offer some inspiration to parents who desire to make a lasting impact on their children for the sake of Christ. Micah shares some of the story from the early life of John G. Paton in his autobiography Missionary to the New Hebrides. In the book he reflects on the memories of hearing his father pray for him and what kind of difference it make in his life. You don’t want to miss this powerful episode.
Matt and Micah take some time to reflect on two major conferences they have attended this year. They offer some practical takeaways from each conference and they share some of their concerns about the issue of racial reconciliation.
Matt is joined by special guest Chester Harrison, Associational Missions Director for Prentiss County Baptists. He has served Prentiss County Baptists for two years and has served in the pastoral ministry for more than thirty years. Chester gives some helpful guidance on the work of an AMD and the local association of churches as they cooperate together for the sake of the kingdom of God.
Matt and Micah are joined on the campus of Blue Mountain College by Mike Harland, director of Lifeway Worship, to talk about a few contemporary issues in worship. Listen to Mike’s very helpful insight into some of the concerns shared by many pastors and worship leaders.
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Check out Mike’s podcast on iTunes: Worship Life
Visit Mike on worshiplife.com and lifewayworship.com
Matt sits down with Pastor Nassan Ibrahim, a pastor from Mbarara, Uganda, Africa. Nassan shares his incredible testimony of the beginning of his relationship with Jesus. He also shares his heart with those who desire to serve on mission teams around the world. You have no idea how God will use you when you take the opportunity to share the Gospel with others.