On this week’s episode of the AC Podcast, Troy pulls in Andy and Wes to answer a series of questions Troy received via a friend. Why does God allow evil? Why hell? While these questions are not new apologetic topics it’s important to revisit them due to how frequently they’re brought up — both by Christians and non Christians alike.Tune into this week’s episode to hear the AC team’s responses.
Every Christian knows (or, at least, should know) that evangelism is part of a Christian way of life. Yet, the very idea of evangelism induces panic in many Christians. What’s going on here? Is there a better way forward? Andy Bannister, the director of Solas Centre for Public Christianity, has written a book with a title that many Christians can resonate with “How to Talk About Jesus Without Looking Like an Idiot.” Tune in this week as Steve has a conversation with Andy on how Christians might share the gospel in a low-pressure way.
Content creation has taken the social media world by storm. At one point we logged into our socials to chat with family and friends, watch fail videos or our dear Aunt’s noodle casserole. However in the last 5 years it has become the go-to place for information, DIY projects and for some… the gospel. The questions that come up however, are how do we know what’s healthy, who are these people, and how do they get so popular? Join Troy as he sits down with viral Christian Content creator, Isaac David as they talk about the importance of going from a mere consumer of content, to a “Daily Disciple” of Jesus.
Christians have been called to the ministry of reconciliation. However our differences often give room to division which will always be in conflict with our call to reach the lost for the sake of the gospel. God is truly the author of our faith and as such, there is no restoration story beyond his grasp. On this week’s episode Andy invites a special guest named Nicole, whom the AC team met in Kelowna while speaking at an event. Hear Nicole’s unique journey to faith from two mom’s to one named Jesus and how she uses her testimony to reach a marginalized community.