When it comes to spiritual conversations in the church, there are few practices that bring up more discussion than speaking in tongues. What is it? Has the gift of tongues ceased or continued? How should it be practiced? Does speaking in tongues have salvific concern? Listen to Part 2 this week as Andy, Troy and Wes continue the discussion of tongues from their own personal experiences, and dive into some of the historical relevance and understanding of tongues in the ancient world.
When it comes to spiritual conversations in the church, there are few practices that appear to bring up the most … noise than that of speaking in tongues. Do tongues bring up a salvific concern, or is there nuance? Listen to Part 1 of two this week as Andy, Troy and Wes discuss their own personal experiences, unpack some of the nuance and even begin to address what appears to be the contextual understanding of tongues in the ancient times.
Coming off the back of an incredible weekend at the Saskatchewan AC Conference, the guys Andy, Steve and Troy can help but discuss the joys of ministry. This moment of reflection comes with the testimonies of some incredible people they got to meet, including one man who introduced himself as carrying the “gift of encouragement.” This inevitably became a topic of discussion as it’s not something you hear every day. What does it truly mean to carry a gift of encouragement, and why does it seem so rare?