On this episode, Pastor Gary Buck is joined by Nate Hoffer, the Executive Director of Good Samaritan Shelter. Every day Nate works with people experiencing homelessness, and so his insights into why people end up at the shelter and what we as the church can do about it is invaluable. If we truly care about Jesus' call to make disciples of ALL people, things tend to get a little messy. And that is OK.
Episode 49: Making Disciples Is Messy
August 9, 2017
Episode 128: What Is God Saying to His Church?
A Conversation With Kara Sensenig and Becky Jones • January 16, 2019
With everything in our culture shaking, its more imperative than ever to hear from God. What is God saying to the Church in this pivotal hour? Is there a timely truth that we need to apply to our lives to advance into a greater calling God has for us?
Episode 127: Hearing God's Voice, Intimacy With God In Prayer
A Conversation With Sharon Smeltz • January 9, 2019
What kind of game plan should you have going into prayer? How do you develop a sense that God is close to you and personal? How do you hear his voice for yourself? A prayer warrior answers these questions and more.
Episode 126: The Faith of George H.W. Bush
A Conversation With Gary & Chris Buck • January 2, 2019
Faith in History: George H.W. Bush. Pastor Gary Buck and historian Chris Buck take a look at the quiet faith of the 41st President of the United States. His faith influenced how he lived, how he won, and how he lost.