The Hero of the Story Podcast
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Is there a difference between being Bible-centered, Christ-centered and gospel-centered? Are these essentially three ways of saying the same thing, or are there distinctions between each? Recently we were asked this question at an event, and today we’re sharing our best answer. Listen in as we discuss: The strengths of being centered on the Bible; …Continue Reading
During a special event at For the Church (hosted by Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary), we hosted our first-ever live podcast recording. During our time with about 250 people, Brian and Aaron discussed: Why gospel centrality matters to the church Why kids need more than good morals The heart behind The Gospel Project And even enjoyed …Continue Reading
How does the gospel shape our understanding of ministry to adults? What challenges do grown-ups face in being shaped by the gospel that kids and teens don’t? Brian and Aaron explore these questions as they wrap up a five-part series devoted to the goals for growing every age group deeper in the gospel through a “head/heart/hands” …Continue Reading
The teen years are characterized by transition: boundaries are tested, responsibilities are increased, and beliefs are owned or rejected. So what should gospel ministry look like in this important time of life? Andy McLean, the Editor of The Gospel Project for Students and author of Big Questions, joins Brian and Aaron as they continue a five-part series devoted …Continue Reading
Preteens find themselves in a very interesting stage of development—they’re not quite children, but they’re not teens either (and often have some of the best and most awkward elements of both). So how does our approach to ministering to them grow as they do? Brian and Aaron discuss as they continue a five-part series devoted …Continue Reading
How does gospel-ministry to elementary aged children differ from preschoolers and preteens? How do we meet them where they are? Brian and Aaron discuss as they continue a five-part series devoted to the goals for growing every age group deeper in the gospel through a “head/heart/hands” perspective: Head: focusing on orthodoxy, right belief Heart: focusing on …Continue Reading