What do a battle field, an athletic field, and an agricultral field have in common? An unlikely disciple and a Rabbi are part of today's session recorded at Mount Hermon Conference Center, helping to explain the big difference between planting churches and making disciples, living invitation-ally as lead by Steve Carter.
How did a Dutch scientist help from centuries ago help illustrate living invitation-ally today? What does Steve Carter mean when he says we are made to give life? His answer, as given at Mount Hermon Conference Center, will surprise you. Listen and learn.
What is the true starting point for praying? What is the process of prayer? How can you be brutally honest with yourself about your prayer life? In this edition of Mount Hermon, Al Espinosa leads a deepened understanding of prayer.
Times are tough; we're in a mess. So what to do? Well, first off ...
Is prayer a chore for a Christian to do? What is it? How can we do it, joyfully? In this final episode in the three part series on prayer, Al Espinosa helps the listener develop the discipline of Prayer.
The Westminster Catechism states that the chief end of man is "To know God and to glorify Him forever." Roger Williams draws out that there is a catch. Also, how is it that we have names of God in the first place?