On this podcast, Micah and Scott discuss the article “Who Killed the Prayer Meeting?” by Paul E. Miller and discuss their experiences with prayer meetings, the blessings, and disappointments in those prayer meetings, and discuss weather, flubs, and playing drums in the “Stories Gone Wild” segment.
In the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on Roe v. Wade, a number of church leaders have used their platforms to discuss the ruling during religious services. Scott and Micah share their experiences and debate the question if pastors should proclaim political issues from the pulpit.
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Has our personal politics infiltrated our sanctuaries? Does our faith influence our politics or does our politics influence our faith? Scott & Micah discuss the ins and outs of politics in the church and should politics have a place in the church.
Phil Van Dyke grew up in a standard protestant Christian home, and the church was a huge part of his faith development and life. When Phil went to a private Christian University, that was when he began to question his faith and the world around him.
Join us as we hear Phil’s story of his faith development and why he has converted to the Catholic Church. If you have any questions or comments on this episode, please send us a message over at thescottstedman.com