The Way Home: Episode 45 featuring Scott James

Today I am joined by my friend Scott James. Scott serves as an elder at The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Ala. Scott is a full-time pediatric physician as well as an author. His most recent book The Expected One is a timely devotional that focuses on the Advent season. Every Christmas, Christians all over the…

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Good Reading on Syrian Refugees

The plight of Syrian refugees, particularly their possible resettlement in the United States, has come under increased scrutiny in the days since the Paris terrorists attacks. The conversation online (much of it ugly) has centered around the tension of two American ideals: maintaining national security and welcoming those who are fleeing terror. I’ve done quite…

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The Way Home: Episode 44 featuring Nathan Finn

When did the Baptist movement begin? How did early Baptists pioneer religious liberty and influence America’s founders? Today I discuss this with historian and thinker, Nathan Finn. Dr. Finn is the Dean of the School of Theology and Missions and Professor of Christian Thought and Tradition at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. He’s the co-author of  The…

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The Way Home: Episode 43 featuring Josh Reich

How can leaders create healthy margin and have good work rhythms? To answer this and more questions, I talked to my friend Josh Reich. Josh is the lead pastor of Revolution Church in Tucson, Arizona and also the area lead for Acts 29 churches in Arizona. His first book Breathing Room: Stressing Less & Living More,…

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The Way Home: Episode 42 Featuring Jason Duesing

Why should Christians study church history? I asked this, and other questions, of my friend Dr. Jason Duesing on this week’s Way Home podcast. Jason serves as the academic Provost and Associate Professor of Historical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is an author whose contributions have appeared in Baptist Press and The Gospel Coalition. Jason also…

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