Disciple Hinson Podcast
Welcome! This podcast exists to equip our church to follow Christ wherever God has placed us.
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2019 9Marks Conference - Biblical Theology
First Hour Follow-Up
God calls to exercise wisdom in the many decisions we face in life. But how do we grow in wisdom? How do we wisely consider God’s Word, prayer, counsel, and our circumstances in making a decision? We hope you’ll join us!
In a world full of options, how do we make decisions for the glory of God? What is God’s will for our lives? How do we trust Him in times of uncertainty? Join Geoff Chang and Mike DeBoer as we discuss these important questions.
Geoff and Dan continue their conversation about Following Jesus as they discuss what it means to commune with God in His Word and in prayer, and to be faithful in the church and in the world.
Geoff and Dan discuss the 1st Hour class from last fall called Following Jesus. Here we cover the foundational truths of the Christian faith: What does it mean to be a Christian? What difference should it make in our lives?
Geoff & Todd are back in the studio to continue their discussion of the doctrine of God, this time focusing on the “omnis.” Why are God’s attributes a comfort and help for us as Christians? Join us!
Is it possible for the average person to understand the Bible? Or do we need some religious professional to tell us what it means? Geoff & Todd discuss the clarity of Scripture and the work of the Spirit to illumine our hearts.
Do we need the Scriptures in order to know God? Is the Bible really sufficient for all of life? Join Geoff & Todd as they explore these important questions.
Our Statement of Faith declares that we believe the Scriptures are “inerrant in the original writings, and that they are of supreme and final authority in faith and life.” Geoff and Todd explore those two convictions in this episode.
Welcome to the inaugural episode of Disciple Hinson! Geoff & Todd begin their journey through systematic theology by discussing how the Scriptures came about and why we have these 66 books.