The Engage & Equip podcast is a resource designed to help form substantive disciples for the local church. You'll find a wide variety of topics to take your growth beyond Sunday sermons and into your daily life.
Escaping Babel is a series about escaping cultural captivity with gospel truth.
Episodes #73, 76, 78, 80, and 81 talk about dating and relationships.
Episodes #134 – 136 provide a foundation on spiritual friendships, while episodes #138, 139, and 141 give insight into real friendships that model spiritual friendships in different ways.
You can find the handout on advice for young women and men here.
Sometimes our pastors don't get to all the content they want to in a 50-minute sermon. In the Cutting Room Floor, you'll hear a discussion on the stuff they missed.
Latest Cutting Room Floor episode: #154
We've been going through the book of Ephesians this year, and every month you'll hear a discussion on the last month of sermons to help you digest the content you've been listening to on Sunday mornings.
Introduction: Episode #118
May: Episode #120
June: Episode #125
July: Episode #130
August: Episode #137
September: Episode #142
October: Episode #150
November: Episode #155
Throughout this series we have covered a myriad of topics surrounding sexuality—in this episode, Nic is going to walk us through deciding on singleness.
In this episode, Nic talks about the touchy issue of divorce.
Nic talks about seeking happiness by staying put, both in marriage and in singleness.
This week, Pastor Lloyd talks through pursuing holiness both in singleness and marriage.
In this sermon from the 2012 sermon series, Touchy Issues, Nic talks about wickedness, judgment, and redemption.
In this sermon from 2012, Nic talks about issues of the body and our moral freedom.
Nic talks about how we can become oaks of righteousness in a world of vapor.
Mike Beresford talks about being a man of influence at the recent No Regret's Men's conference.
This podcast is a repost of Nic's sermon on 11/30/14 on sexual orientations and the church—but it's just as relevant today as it was four and a half years ago.
Nic, Jill, and John talk about the jealousy of God—and how understanding it can help us see his love for us.