How do we know if a teacher, conference speaker or book author is biblically safe? The best way to guard yourself against falsehood and false teachers is to know the truth. Michelle and Amy offer some practical tips on "doing discernment." Resources
What is true repentance? In the Bible, a tax collector named Zacchaeus encountered Christ and immediately repented for stealing. What does repentance look like in the lives of believers today? It should look no different than in Zacchaeus' life! Resources
It’s all over social media; everybody’s talking about it, and some churches are even teaching classes on using it. The Enneagram is the latest “shiny new thing” to hit evangelicalism, but is it just a harmless personality test, or is there a more sinister side to this popular fad?
On this episode of A Word Fitly Spoken, Amy and Michelle are covering a topic that’s a little sensitive - pornography - and even though we’re not going to be graphic in any way, this episode might be one you’d rather listen to without the kids around.
Do biblical churches exist? How do we avoid churches that are incorporating unbiblical teaching into their services and programs? The good news is that you can find a doctrinally sound church, if you are willing to do some investigating. Amy and Michelle discuss what that looks like, and questions you'll want to ask. Resources
Can one kiss Christianity goodbye? In other words, what do we make of a celebrity preacher and author who has lead people to true salvation, but then declares he himself is no longer a Christian? How is that even possible? In this debut episode of A Word Fitly Spoken, Michelle and Amy discuss what the Bible has to say about losing your faith.