Michael recaps his vacation. The boys remember 9/11. Then talk about grace. Is it enough? We get it from God through faith. It’s so hard to give to each other. Why?
A/C went out in the Hines house. Small game season is in full swing in Michigan and ending in Illinois. IG is no longer a pics app? Sean has weird dreams. The boys just riff and enjoy their conversation.
Michael fries chicken. Sean has a lazy day. The boys are back at it. They touch on Texas’ new abortion law, sin and the church. God deals with us as his children. So, we should have boldness on the day we stand before him.
The boys debate about the podcast music. Michael misses fried chicken. Service dogs have been left behind in Afghanistan…but a debate on who the dogs belong to. But Christians are stepping up to the plate to help out.
Our God loves us so much he sent his Son to die for our sins. Allah forgives without requiring the death of the innocent. Who is more gracious? Who loves more? The boys challenge the Christian worldview.
The boys catch up. Sean shares a bit about his absence. Then the boys talk about how to pray for the country and our leadership.
In this episode, Michael discusses questions about being unchurched. And highlights several benefits gained from leaving the four walls. He shares a renewed focus on what is important and the freedom gained from caring less about others opinions.
Michael shares a conversation he had with his wife about missing corporate worship. Is it ok to go back for a visit? Michael explores some old church mindsets that need to be challenged.
Michael loses his canopy in a storm. Then he breaks down the “scariest scripture for a Christian”: Matthew 7:21. Context is key in understanding scripture. Faith is key in pleasing God. And there is power in believing the truth.