Season 3, Episode 11 (102). Recorded 2019-08-14 via Zoom. Matt Wallin joins us to discuss door knocking as a means of evangelism, and the planning of October 5 as a day for churches to get into their communities knocking doors.
Season 3, Episode 10 (101). Recorded 2019-08-07 via Zoom. We introduce the topic of visiting those in need. Please check out the accompanying blog post.
Season 3, Episode 9 (100). Recorded 2019-07-31 via Zoom. Did I say 100? Yes, 100! Dale Jenkins joins us as we continue our discussion on how to encourage young leaders within the church.
Season 3, Episode 8 (99). Recorded 2019-07-24 via Zoom. Pablo is out on assignment once again. Keith & Zach talk about some of the problems we face with developing leaders in the church.
Season 3, Episode 7 (98). Recorded 2019-07-17 via Zoom. Keith, Zach, and Pablo talk about some things we can do as Christians to encourage the leaders of the Lord’s church.
Season 3, Episode 6 (97). Recorded 2019-07-10 via Zoom. Pablo is back from “vacation” and gives a report on the YES II campaign in Ica, Peru. We discuss the intentional nature of building up the church.
Season 3, Episode 5 (96). Recorded 2019-07-03 via Zoom. Pablo was out on assignment, so Keith and Zach talk about what freedom means.
Season 3, Episode 4 (95). Recorded 2019-06-28 via Zoom. Keith & Pablo carry on while Zach vacations, and talk about what makes a biblical superhero. Here’s the link to the video on YouTube.
Season 3, Episode 3 (94). Recorded 2019-06-20 via Zoom. We discuss the medical mission campaign to Chimbote, Peru that took place last week. Please pray for this work! Check out the video of our podcast on YouTube.
Season 3, Episode 2 (93). Recorded 2019-06-12 via iPad. The audio quality is not the best because of all the background noise, but it is what it is. We attempted to establish an internet connection with Zach, but it just wasn’t there. Then Pablo bailed on me and left me alone. So really, this is The Keith Show, which wasn’t what we wanted, but we got it done. This was actually recorded as a video, so I encourage you to watch the video to get a better picture of what was going on. (Get it? A better picture!)