About the Podcast
This new podcast from Phillip features sermons, talks, and other resources which proclaim the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ through teaching people the Bible. We exist to equip followers of Christ to apply a Biblical knowledge to their priorities and practice to live boldly and single-mindedly for Christ.
What happens when the bride commits adultery on the wedding night? A study on the Second Commandment.
The promises and requirements of a marriage illustrate what it means to live as God’s people in an exclusive and permanent relationship with Him – a study on the First Commandment.
One of the problems of our age is the overthrow of meaningful language. Words and phrases are emptied of their meaning and filled with emotion or manipulation. We feel the significance of the phrase “Lest We Forget”, but what do we mean when we say it?
Why is remembering important? What will happen if we forget?
When we run from a knowledge of God and His Commands to honour our (fathers and) mothers, we also turn our backs on what is precious and unique about motherhood.
The recent and unexpected death of Shane Warne has put the spotlight on Shane great Aussie cricketer but also Shane the great Aussie larrikin.
In Australia we like a larrikin. They are full of life and the person we want to have at the party. However this attitude raises some questions for us and our society.
Is it ok to partake in a school fundraising raffle?
Recently in the news has been talk of organised crime and money laundering through gambling in casinos. How might Christians approach this subject?
In this episode, Phillip discusses the idea of censorship as a result of the controversy around the comments on the war in Ukraine that arose on the ABC Q&A program last week.
What is the unforgivable sin? Are we in danger of Hell?
Phillip discusses the unforgivable sin and what that means for us living as Christians.
Is the ocean really the shark’s domain? Are we prepared for sudden death?
This episode looks at the response the recent shark attack and thinking about sudden death.
Grace Tame, the 2021 Australian of the Year, is challenging our culture. But should she have smiled at the Prime Minister?