Ep022 Bonus Episode: Words of Encouragement

Today Grace and Peace Radio will consider the uniqueness of Jesus and draw hope and encouragement from Jude verse 1.

I’ve heard from a lot of people this week who sounded like they were weary from the turmoil in the world. That’s certainly understandable. I thought I would try to do my part to point us to light, life, and hope and put up a bonus episode of Grace and Peace Radio.

Today Grace and Peace Radio will consider the uniqueness of Jesus and draw hope and encouragement from Jude verse 1.

Blessings!

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Ep021 The Cup of Coffee Episode

In this episode Anthony sits down to have a cup of Founding Fathers coffee with his new Grace and Peace Radio mug for a chat to tell about his failed attempted at cutting his own hair and other stuff.

In this episode Anthony sits down to have a cup of Founding Fathers coffee in his new Grace and Peace Radio mug for a chat. Topics include Anthony telling about how his Coronavirus self-haircut didn’t go so great the second time around, the new and improved shorter show intro, why nature documentaries are both great and lame at the same time, and how a curious fact about hummingbirds inspired Anthony to come up with his own theory about dinosaurs. Lastly, Anthony shares a few devotional thoughts from 2 Samuel 7 and 8 about God keeping His promises to David and yet another example of God’s love in the Old Testament.

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Ep020 Pastor Simon Peter Kembo

Grace and Peace Radio celebrates 20 episodes with a thankful look back and a prayerful look ahead, and a message from a special guest.

Anthony takes a minute to celebrate reaching the 20 episode milestone and look back on the last 5 months of Grace and Peace Radio.

Save the Date! May 30th is the Snatch Them From the Flames biblical discernment conference with Andrew Rappaport and Justin Peters Learn more at https://www.strivingforeternity.org.

In this episode turns the microphone over play a radio message from a special guest, Simon Peter Kembo, Pastor of Grace Baptist Church in Kapchorwa, Uganda.

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Ep019 Helps for Dealing with Coronavirus Restrictions Fatigue

Anthony takes a break from a deep dive into a particular topic in this multi-segment episode of Grace and Peace Radio.

Anthony takes a break from a deep dive into a particular topic in this multi-segment episode of Grace and Peace Radio.

Segment 1: Save the Date! May 30th is the Snatch Them From the Flames biblical discernment conference with Andrew Rappaport and Justin Peters Learn more at https://www.strivingforeternity.org.

Segment 2: We’re all getting pretty sick of Coronavirus restrictions (no pun intended). We’re all tired of stay at home orders, stores half-open, churches either not meeting or not meeting in the way we used to 9 weeks ago, etc. There’s a lot we can learn about endurance from a very special group of God’s people.

Segment 3: If you lived in a restricted nation, would you be suspected by police of being a Christian? Take this test adapted from an article by TWR.org and find out.

Segment 4: Anthony gives a shout out to Lucas over at the Epileptic Rants podcast at justarant.club.

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Test Your Testimony

“Many of the Samaritans from that town believed in him because of the woman’s testimony.” John 4:39

 

The story of the woman at the well is perhaps the most influential story of sharing Christ in the whole New Testament. For one thing, she not only shared about Jesus, she shared Jesus—running back into town to invite everyone to “Come, see a man who told me everything I ever did…” (29).

 

I’m not one to be drawn to history or sports. Part of the reason is because it is all too detached for me. Another king. Another war. Some country far away. Some team that won or lost. Whatever.

 

But when someone is enthusiastic and describes the king, the underlying conflict, or the personal drama of why that particular game was so important to a player, coach, or the whole team, I’m drawn in. I suddenly care about something I had no interest in before. Likewise, when I hear someone’s testimony of how Jesus changed their life, I’ll stop what I’m doing to listen.

 

Yesterday I listened to a man tell his story of 12 years of drug addiction and how Jesus set him free. That was 12 years ago, so he’s now been clean for as long as he was using drugs. He had ruined his life but God, in the miraculous way that he does, reached down, saved him, and made him whole. God not only gave him new life; he gave him a story to tell. A testimony to share. “Come and see a man…”

 

Not coincidentally, the same day I heard that brother’s testimony, I read the story of a professional baseball player who had become a Christian. He was “fired up” about Jesus as the story was told. He quit all the vices of life on the road and was a changed man…but not for long.

 

Years later, the writer met that famous baseball player at a ballpark where he was doing a meet and greet with fans, signing balls and hats and having all the usual fan interactions retired baseball players do. When the writer asked him if he was still “fired up for Jesus” the man lowered his head and admitted, “Not like I used to be.”

 

How about you? Is yours a life radically and permanently changed by Jesus? Or did you have a go at following Jesus but, like so many others, eventually left him when things got too difficult? If you ran into your town today, would many “Samaritans” believe in Jesus because of your testimony?

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