We Learn What We See!

When social media theology trolls continue in the manner of cruelty they really are proving themselves evil in the eyes of others. They are also teaching young men aspiring to be “like them” (God have mercy) to act in a wicked manner. The truth is truth and the correction of error needs to be biblical and for the millionth time, let’s do it right!

Also, get ready to start listening to our weekly hour-long podcast “Theology Answers” that can be found over at “TheologyAnswers.com” and is a part of the Christian Podcast Community.

“We are nice to people who are mean because we don’t want them to feel bad.”

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ALL CAPS IS YELLING!

We’ve been looking at some issues with many Facebook so-called ministry practices this week. Today we will consider what it means to be bold but not a bully. We must boldly proclaim truth and correct error, but we are still COMMANDED to do it with the utmost respect.

We appreciate your listening and look forward to seeing this podcast get off the ground with great force. By the Lord’s grace, we’ll continue to provide more and more teaching on this and other pastoral subjects. 

Also, get ready to start listening to our weekly hour-long podcast “Theology Answers” that can be found over at “TheologyAnswers.com” and is a part of the Christian Podcast Community.

“BOLD TYPE is offensive in communication, but BOLD God-given courage is necessary in gospel proclamation.”

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We operate strictly on listener support. We also produce several other podcasts, videos for education and worldwide teaching courses published for free for the training of pastors. Your financial support is greatly appreciated.

 

 

This podcast briefly considers the current trend of so many pastors who are always want to be known, famous or have an online following at the cost of their current shepherding. Pastors need to be faithful and put away things that remove their heart’s focus from the local church. 

“No matter who’s looking at us, God is always watching. Be therefore faithful to the call.”