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Episode 19 – Seasons of Gospel Ministry

Sam Horn joins us for this episode of the podcast. Sam is the Executive Vice President of Bob Jones University and has served in various pastoral and academic positions throughout his ministry. Each season has its specific challenges and specific fruit.

Episode 18 – Setting the Gospel Free

Cary and Andrew continue the conversation discussing how the gospel has been set free at Emmanuel and New Hope through different changes that have taken place over the last few years.

Episode 17 – Setting the Gospel Free

Cary and Andrew continue the conversation discussing how the gospel has been set free at Emmanuel and New Hope through different changes that have taken place over the last few years.

Episode 16 – The Gospel and Authority in Leadership

Cary discusses how the gospel shapes authority in leadership with special guest Jeff Redlin.

Episode 15 – The Gospel and Boundaries

Amy Simpson joins us for episode 15 to discuss her recent article “When Moral Boundaries Become Incubators for Sin”.

Episode 14 – The Gospel and Fear

Cary and Andrew continue their discussion on the fears that hold us back as they unpack a biblical view of success and fear.

Episode 13 – The Gospel and Fear

What are the fears that hold us back?
Cary and Andrew unpack a biblical view of success, the topic of fear, and how the Gospel shapes our success and fear.

Episode 12 – Avoiding Resentment in Gospel Leadership

Resentment is never a godly response, but there are some things that leaders can do that bring about resentment in those that follow them.

Episode 11 – Faithful to the Gospel

Dr. David Wells joins us for part two of “Faithful to the Gospel” on Leading in the Gospel! Dr. Wells has written numerous books and is a retired professor from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where he also served as academic dean at the Charlotte campus. He has been a distinguished lecturer on modern Christianity and the recipient of a major grant from the Pew Charitable Trust. He has written extensively on theology and culture’s impact on the church.

Episode 10 – Faithful to the Gospel

Dr. David Wells joins us for Episode 10 of Leading in the Gospel! Dr. Wells has written numerous books and is a retired professor from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where he also served as academic dean at the Charlotte campus. He has been a distinguished lecturer on modern Christianity and the recipient of a major grant from the Pew Charitable Trust. He has written extensively on theology and the culture’s impact on the church.

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Episode 18 – Setting the Gospel Free

Cary and Andrew continue the conversation discussing how the gospel has been set free at Emmanuel and New Hope through different changes that have taken place over the last few years.

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Episode 17 – Setting the Gospel Free

Cary and Andrew continue the conversation discussing how the gospel has been set free at Emmanuel and New Hope through different changes that have taken place over the last few years.

read more

Episode 11 – Faithful to the Gospel

Dr. David Wells joins us for part two of “Faithful to the Gospel” on Leading in the Gospel! Dr. Wells has written numerous books and is a retired professor from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where he also served as academic dean at the Charlotte campus. He has been a distinguished lecturer on modern Christianity and the recipient of a major grant from the Pew Charitable Trust. He has written extensively on theology and culture’s impact on the church.

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Episode 10 – Faithful to the Gospel

Dr. David Wells joins us for Episode 10 of Leading in the Gospel! Dr. Wells has written numerous books and is a retired professor from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where he also served as academic dean at the Charlotte campus. He has been a distinguished lecturer on modern Christianity and the recipient of a major grant from the Pew Charitable Trust. He has written extensively on theology and the culture’s impact on the church.

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Episode 06 – Collaboration in the Gospel

The Story of the New Hope and Emmanuel Relationship – Early on in the revitalization of Emmanuel, a small church in the northwest corner of CT reached out to Cary for advice and help in finding a new pastor. Over the course of a few conversations, the idea of a collaborative relationship between the two churches began to appeal to both sides.

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Episode 05 – Longevity in the Gospel

Dr. Don Sisk joins us for Episode 05 of Leading in the Gospel! Dr. Sisk has served God faithfully for over sixty years, first on the mission field of Japan, then as president and general director of Baptist International Missions, Inc. During this time, he had a profound impact on world missions, directly overseeing the efforts of thousands of missionaries around the world. Today, Dr. Sisk still ministers to local churches through missions conferences and to college students through academic instruction on missions.

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Episode 04 – Gospel-Centered Theology

Josué Ortiz joins us again for Episode 4 of Leading in the Gospel. If you missed the first part of this discussion on biblical theology and systematic theology, click here to listen to part one. Josué has been pastoring the Iglesia Bautista Gracia Abundante (Abundant Grace Baptist Church) in Mexico City for the last two years.

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Episode 03 – Gospel-Centered Theology

Josué Ortiz joins us for Episode 3 of Leading in the Gospel. Josué has been pastoring the Iglesia Bautista Gracia Abundante (Abundant Grace Baptist Church) in Mexico City for the last two years.

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Episode 02 – Gospel-Shaped Motivations

Our motives require constant inspection. Healthy spiritual leaders will intentionally reflect on both what is driving their walk with God and what they are using to motivate those they lead. If you missed Episode 1, we recommend you listen to that episode first to better understand these motivations.

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Episode 01 – Gospel-Shaped Motivations

Motives matter! There are both good and bad reasons to do what is right. As a spiritual leader, your motivations overflow into how you motivate others, which in turn creates the culture of the church. Every leader desires a healthy culture, but do we have healthy motives ourselves?

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