The Way Home: Kyle Mann of the Babylon Bee

Do you enjoy the humor of the Babylon Bee? Why is it important for Christians to laugh at themselves? We talk to Kyle Mann, editor-in-chief of the Babylon Bee, joins the podcast to talk about writing humor, the purpose of satire, and the most popular headlines. Show Notes Twitter: @the_kyle_mann Website: babylonbee.com Book: How to Be…

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The Way Home: Jason Duesing on hope in an age of cynicism

Why hope in an age of deep cynicism and despair? Is hope naïveté or is it grounded in something real? Author and scholar, Jason Duesing joins the podcast to talk about the origins of Christian hope. He’s the provost at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and the author of the new book, Mere Hope: Life in…

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Funeral for a Stranger

I sat in my office late on a Thursday afternoon after a week of meetings, study, and a thousand other crises big and small. By that point in the week I was thinking about what I would do on Friday: lock myself in my office, take no phone calls, and crank out the final draft of…

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The Way Home: Chelsea Patterson Sobolik on infertility

As an adopted child, she longed to be a mother. But in her teens, she received a medical diagnosis that she would never be able to bear children. How has her Christian faith helped Chelsea Patterson Sobolik help with the questions and doubt and what word does she have for others who similarly face infertility?…

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Who Exactly Am I Preaching To?

“Um, so, did someone tell you about Dave’s job?” an anxious member told me, as she shook my hand on the way out of the auditorium one Sunday morning. “Because it seemed like you were talking to us.” I told her this was the first I had heard of their fragile employment situation. The sermon…

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Boring Church Services Changed My Life

I’ve never really had a moment in my life—39 years—when I wasn’t going to church. My parents got engaged and married in the church. I was born into, raised in, and baptized in church. My parents, first-generation Christians, were devout church-goers. We went every time the doors were open—and many times when they weren’t. My…

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The Way Home: Jason Thacker on the gospel and technology

How should Christians think about technology? Should we be afraid of it? Should we wholeheartedly embrace it? What are the deeper questions we should ask? Today my colleague Jason Thacker joins me for a discussion on the gospel and technology. Jason is the creative director at ERLC and the author of several important articles asking…

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