Who are we?
Ben is our resident history expert, especially when it comes to reformation history. He is definitely the quiet analyst of our group. He brings an intellectual rigour that is insightful and unique.
Dave is a strong thinker, with a great deal of experience behind him. He has a great gift for expressing truth in a relational way that allows you to see the big picture.
Luke is the direction setting structurer of our group. Providing the broad knowledge, mental stability and enthusiastic expression that makes the conversation dynamic. Luke is a valuable asset at our table.
Mat, another history buff, has an uncanny ability to express complex ideas in easy-to-understand sound-bites. However his biggest contribution to the group is his energy. He keeps us all motivated and adds loads of authenticity.
Nathanael, although quietly spoken has a beautiful depth to his thinking and an excellent talent for using object lessons to really drive his point home. On top of that, he is also our Audio Engineer, talk about multi-skilled!
What are we doing?
We are just four guys from a regional town in Australia, with everyday jobs, everyday lives with one big thing in common. We love Jesus.
Inspired by the guys over at Lightbearers we decided to simply sit around a table and record the spiritual conversations we were already having in the hope that they would encourage others to do the same.
We have been studying the fundamental teachings of the Bible with the intention of finding the connections between the major doctrines thus strengthening our faith and also establishing a framework of truth, so if you accept even a few teachings you will naturally be lead to accept all the others.
Left to right: Luke, Ben, Mat, Dave & Nathanael (our awesome audio engineer)
The Bible is full of verses about God (No surprise there), but in this episode each of us tries to narrow it down the the number one passage for each of us. The number one verse that defines God the best. There are a couple of tried and true favourites, but at least...
When Jesus used salt as an example of the role of His people in the world, there were some obvious applications. This discussion digs beyond the obvious and applies it in a way you have probably never thought of. Thanks go out to Nathanael for suggesting this topic....
This time I have the privilege of interviewing Jarrod Stackelroth, the Editor of the Adventist Record. We explore Jarrod’s story but we also delve into the importance of openness and transparency in our churches, writing honestly about things that really matter and much more…
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