Apostolic Voice with Ryan FrenchJun 24, 2021
Ep. 70 | Why Pray If God Already Knows? & Twix Popcorn Good, Gross, Great
Ep. 69 | Should Christians & Pastors Be Involved in Politics? with David Tipton (MS District UPCI Superintendent), Pumpkin Oreos Good-Gross-Great with the Brocks, Sister Rachel Cole & French Fam
Mississippi District United Pentecostal Church Superintendent David Tipton is passionate about Christians being involved in politics. So much so he's written a great book called Faith, Freedom & Politics. You can read an in-depth synopsis of that book at www.ryanafrench.com. Ryan and Superintendent Tipton discuss why politics matter and practical ways every Christian can make a difference through involvement in local and national politics. Superintendent Tipton gives the incredible testimony of the Mississippi United Pentecostal Church's participation in the landmark overturning of the abortion law Roe vs. Wade. They also address common concerns regarding becoming too political in the church. Superintendent Tipton makes some exciting announcements for a new United Pentecostal Church International initiative called the National Apostolic Christian Leadership Conference (NACLC).
- The book Faith, Freedom & Politics by David Tipton
- Faith, Freedom & Politics book Synopsis by Ryan French
- www.naclc.org (National Apostolic Christian Leadership Conference)
Ep. 68 | The Asbury Revival: A Word of Caution (Support Your Local Revival) with Timothy Hadden
Ryan and Tim discuss the Asbury Revival, and they encourage Apostolics to step back and use a little caution. They discuss some troubling rhetoric coming from Pentecostal circles and push back against the spirit of ecumenicalism. Tim attempts to define true "hunger" from a biblical perspective and push back against the cancel culture that tries to silence all voices of caution.
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Ep. 67 | Six Dating Standards for Apostolic Singles with Taylor French, Relearning Love (Poem)
Ryan and Taylor talk through Apostolic Voice's (www.ryanafrench.com) most-read article, 6 Dating Standards for Apostolic Singles. They discuss guidelines relevant to Pentecostal singles of all ages. Also, they give helpful insights for parents of dating-aged kids. Ryan ends with a new poem called Relearning Love.
Ep. 66 | Praying In Tongues with Dr. Talmadge French, Ryan Raw & Real (YouTube Kids, Is Coming For Your Kids) with Jonathan French
Dad French joins the program to explain what the Bible says about praying in tongues. Ryan and Dr. French discuss the five levels of prayer and how they work together in a Christian's life. Among other things, Dr. French elucidates questions about groaning in the Spirt, praying in the Spirit, the Spirit praying through you, praying with and without understanding, and singing in the Spirit—finally, Dr. French reveals why it is so vital that we pray in the Spirit. Ryan's brother, Jonathan French, joins in for a Ryan Raw & Real segment. Jonathan hosts a new podcast called Whatever, which deals with various interesting topics. Ryan talks to Jon about his latest episode called YouTube Kids, Is Coming For Your Kids. It's shocking and disturbing! You need to hear about it. You can catch all the show notes and other great stuff at www.ryanafrench.com.
Ep. 65 | Part 2 - Relationslips with Taylor French, Brief Word from Dr. Talmadge French & Sour Gross-Good-Great
My wife, the amazing Taylor, joins the program again to discuss relationships and relationslips. We have a lot of fun and believe this will help you grow in all your relationships. Check out the Relationslips blog article at www.ryanafrench.com (lots of excellent links and resources there). French Fam enjoys another Gross, Good, Great featuring extremely sour Mike & Ike's.
Ep. 64 | Part 1 - Relationslips with Taylor French, French Fam Gross, Good, Great & Better (A Poem for JJ)
Ryan & Taylor talk candidly about how to navigate relationship slip-ups. And how to keep from being the one who causes others to slip. They describe how procrastinators and pesternators can find peace and unveil a marriage tip called F.A.N.O.S. (Feelings, Aknowladgement, Needs, Ownership, Struggles) that has helped them tremendously. The French fam clan gathers around the mic for Good, Gross, Great, featuring Mexican Street Corn Cheetos. Ryan debuts a Valentine's Day-appropriate poem for JJ called Better.
Ep. 63 | It Filled the House (The Journey from Tabernacle to Temple to Earthen Vessels) with Samuel Vaughn
Ryan welcomes Rev. Samuel Vaughn, author of It Filled the House (The Journey from Tabernacle to Temple to Earthen Vessels), to the program. Visit www.ryanafrench.com for a complete review of It Filled the House and highlights from this episode's conversation. Ryan and Vaughn discuss the typology of the New Testament Gospel contained in the Old Testament. Samuel sheds light on the significance of the Ten Plagues, the cloud, and the pillar of fire that protected the Israelites from Pharoah. Vaughn explains how a Spirit-filled believer is a living temple of the Holy Ghost and how that should impact a believer's thinking about everyday things. Samuel describes the three key elements that always proceed the infilling of God's glory. This episode is filled with encouragement, revelation, illumination, and anointing. And stick around to the end for a fun French family edition of Gross-Good-Great featuring Fun Candy's Snickers Popcorn.
Ep. 62 | Coley Reese - An Available Vessel
Ryan asks Evangelist Coley Reese what it was like coming into Pentecost with no Christian background. The friends discuss how to help future Coley Reese's get in the church and receive the Holy Ghost. Coley shares the testimony of how God delivered him from smoking, drugs, and alcohol. Ryan asks Coley to pull from his fifteen years of experience as a youth pastor to give some quick youth ministry tips. The guy's talk do's and don'ts of altar working ministry and praying people through to the Holy Ghost. Coley Reese gives the most vital piece of altar working advice you will ever hear. And a little marriage tip called F.A.N.O.S. slips into the conversation. The entire Reese and French family join up for a fun segment of Gross-Good-Great. They taste and rate Takis Fuego Hot Chili Pepper Meat Sticks by Cattlemen's Cut.
Ep. 61 | Bishop T.L. Craft Interview
Ryan sits down with Bishop T.L. Craft for a riveting conversation. Bishop expounds on his personal approach to seeking out criticism and harnessing it for good. He gives sage and time-tested advice to ministers and preachers. He lists two books and a commentary that everyone should read. And he walks Ryan through some little-known elements of his life story and ministry. Of course, Bishop also shares some funny church stories. Sister Martha Craft and the entire French family join Ryan and Bishop to taste and rate 110th Birthday Cake Chocolate Fudge and Confetti Oreo cookies as icing on the cake. You can find links to all the books mentioned by Bishop and in-depth show notes at www.ryanafrench.com.
Ep. 60 | My Open Letter to Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, Christianity Isn't Dying, The End is Beginning - Poem & Cinnamon Bun Snickers
Ryan's open letter to Dr. Jordan B. Peterson (An Open Letter to Dr. Jordan B. Peterson) has generated a lot of interest. He shares it in this episode and hopes you'll share it too. From the www.ryanafrench.com article called Christianity Isn't Dying, Dead Churchs Are Dying, Ryan pushes back against the secular claim that atheism is taking over our culture. And he unveils a brand new narrative poem about the rapture called The End is Beginning. Finally, the French fam gathers around the kitchen table to try all-new Cinnamon Bun Snickers candy bars. It's a super great segment of Gross-Good-Great.
Ep. 59 | What Kind of Saint Are You? Ryan, Raw & Real + Gross, Good, Great!
From the www.ryanafrench.com article, Breakers, Takers, Givers, Makers (What Kind of Saint Are You?) Ryan asks us to examine what kind of saint we are in God's sight. Things get a little grumpy in the second segment of Ryan, Raw & Real, and the French fam enjoys a brand new Gross, Good, Great tasting, and rating Cookes & Cream Twix candy bars.
Ep. 58 | Why Good People Fail God with Bishop Doug White and Key Lime Kit Kat Gross-Good-Great with the French Family
Sought after preacher, Bishop of Abundant Life of Silsbee, TX, and prolific author Doug White joins the program to discuss his latest book, The Anatomy of a Failure: A Scriptural Survey of Why Sincere Souls Fail God. Visit www.ryanafrench.com for an in-depth review of The Anatomy of a Failure. In this interview, Ryan explores with Bishop White the four areas (feet, stomach, heart, head) godly people leave vulnerable that can lead to spiritual failure and backsliding. If you're wanting to safeguard your faith this is the episode for you. If you're trying to understand or help a backslider you need to hear this program. Stick around to the end where the French Family tries Key Lime Kit Kat bars for a fun edition of Gross-Good-Great.
Ep. 57 | America and End Time Prophecy, the Oneness of God & Miracle Mission's Moments with Dr. Talmadge French
Ep. 56 | Radically Apostolic with Charles G. Robinette & New Year's Edition of Gross-Good-Great
Ryan has a Holy Ghost-filled discussion with International Evangelist/Global Missionary Charles G. Robinette about his new book, Radically Apostolic! (The Reality, the Journey, and the Reward of the Call of God). They discuss radical apostolic impartation, radical apostolic exposure, radical apostolic prayer, radical apostolic submission, and radical apostolic humility. The whole conversation is filled with life-altering apostolic testimonies that will lift your faith to new heights. You can read the review of Radically Apostolic! at www.ryanafrench.com. Ryan takes a moment to thank and acknowledge the brethren at Apostolic Review (www.apostolicreview.com) for listing this podcast as the #4 highest-rated apostolic podcast of 2021! What an honor! Stick around to the very end for a French Family New Year's Edition of Gross-Good-Great featuring tajin flavored Peach Candy Rings. It's a blast! Don't forget to let us know what you think in the comments or submit a voice message to us using the link below. God bless and Happy New Year!
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Ep. 55 | We're All Innkeepers, Ryan-Raw & Real, Turkish Delight Edition of Gross-Good-Great!
Ryan reads and comments on the article Innkeepers from www.ryanafrench.com. Plus, a brand new segment called Ryan, Raw & Real is unveiled. It's grumpy and fun and you might even relate. Finally, the French Family participates in a wildly anticipated Narnia-inspired Turkish Delight edition of Gross-Good-Great. Taylor, Julia Lynn, Talmadge, and Ryan had so much fun recording this G-G-G and their ratings might surprise you. We'd love to hear if you have ever tried Turkish Delight. Tell us if you liked it or not here https://anchor.fm/apostolicvoice just click the MESSAGE button.
Ep. 54 | Controlling Our Emotional Beast with Ed Snyder and Christmas French Family Edition of Gross-Good-Great
Ed Snyder joins the program to discuss his new book Control the Beast (A Guide to Manage Your Emotions). Ed Snyder pastors Solid Rock Church in Irving, Texas, and hosts a program called TRUE NORTH PODCAST. Ryan talks with Pastor Snyder about identifying emotions, primary and secondary emotions, starving destructive emotions, the relationship between positive and negative emotions, taking ownership of emotions, our emotional environment, common anger triggers, and how to take control of our feelings daily. For notes and more information, visit www.ryanafrench.com. Then, stick around to the end for another French Family Christmas Edition of Gross-Good-Great. The family tastes and rates Smartfood's Cap'n Cring Mix Berry Popcorn and Hershey's Chocolate Mint Candy Canes.
Ep. 53 | Prayer, Revival & Spiritual Warfare with Joe Campetella (Christmas Edition of Gross-Good-Great with Talmadge)
International Evangelist and Pastor of Christian Life Center (www.clcflagler.com) in Palm Coast, Florida, Joe Campetella joins Ryan for a dimension shifting conversation about prayer, revival & spiritual warfare. This episode will help take your prayer life beyond checking your watch every five minutes to really entering the presence of God. Ryan and Joe define revival and give achievable steps to get to it. And Joe gives a perception-changing answer on how to best engage in spiritual warfare and walk-in Apostolic authority. The Holy Ghost literally moved during this discussion between friends. Finally, Ryan and Bubs taste and rate White Chedder Snowflake Cheetos and Ghirardelli White Chocolate Sugar Cookie Squares for a brand new Christmas edition of Gross-Good-Great. Program Note: Joe Campetalla and Ryan co-wrote the popular Apostolic Voice article titled Should Christians Dye Their Hair? which you can read here. Also, show notes and a related article are available here at www.ryanafrench.com.
Ep. 52 | Unusual Thanks, Completed (New Poem) & Gross-Good-Great (Special Thanksgiving Family Edition)
Ryan gives a unique perspective on thankfulness from the ryanafrench.com article called In Everything Give Thanks. Then unveils a short new poem called Completed in honor of Taylor's birthday. And finally, the whole French clan gathers together for a special Thanksgiving family edition of Gross-Good-Great, where they taste and rate Hershey's Hot Cocoa Kisses and Reese's Peanut Brittle Peanut Butter Cups.
Ep. 51 | The Beginning of the World (Creation vs. Evolution, Good vs. Evil, Light vs. Darkness, Oneness vs. Trinitarianism) with Steven Waldron
Ryan French and Pastor Steven Waldron have a riveting conversation about the literal interpretation of the biblical description of a six-day creation versus the secular religion of evolution and the Big Bang Theory. In addition, we are taking a deep plunge into the book of Genesis based on Steven's new book series entitled Commentary on Genesis, Volume 1 (Discussions in Scripture Series – A Creationist Commentary). Their discussion explores issues of morality, good and evil, light and darkness, and the oneness of God as opposed to trinitarianism. This episode unequivocally exposes the secular anti-God religion surrounding the false theory of evolution. Furthermore, it reveals that it takes more faith to believe in science "so-called" than it does the Bible.
Steven Waldron Links: Commentary on Genesis, Volume 1 | Commentary on Genesis, Volume 2 | Commentary on Genesis, Volume 3 | New Life of Albany, GA YouTube Channel | Biblical Archeology Today with Steve Waldron Podcast | The Premier Study Bible
Ep. 50 | That Will Preach! (Sermon Seeds, Study Habits, Preaching Helps, Outreach, Church Planting, and Revival Miracles) with Jeremy Mills
Ryan talks with Jeremy Mills, the pastor of a growing church plant in Grovetown, GA called Promise Church (promisechurchupc.com). Ryan introduces Jeremy's brand-new podcast called THAT WILL PREACH!, which you can find wherever you enjoy podcasts. The two friends discuss sermon seed thoughts, note-taking, sermon preparation, preaching lifestyle, preaching improvement, outreach, Bible study, church planting, and revival miracle stories.
Ep. 49 | The Artificial Face (Cosmetics, Make-Up, Body Modification & The Great Cover-Up) with Timothy Hadden
Timothy Hadden joins the podcast. He pastors a church he started in the heart of downtown Portland called Antioch Northwest (antiochnorthwest.com). He’s also the curator of an excellent blog called Search of Kings (searchofkings.com). Rev. Hadden holds a degree in addictions counseling from the School of Behavior Sciences at Liberty University and is a certified addictions counselor with Oregon and with the NAADAC, which is the National Association of Addiction Professionals. He stays active in the Apostolic thought community. I consider him to be one of the deep apostolic thinkers of our time. Also, be sure to check out his podcast called Renovate with T.C. Hadden. He’s authored an Expository Commentary on the book of Exodus aptly titled EXODUS, which you can find on Amazon.com. Today we are going to discuss his latest searchofkings.com article called The Rise of the Artificial Face. This compelling title speaks to the issue of cosmetics and artificiality within the Church and modern culture as a whole. In this long-form discussion, we cover topics like church planting, evangelism, transgendersim, pedophilia, addictions, unknown dangers of marijuana, the objectification and sexualization of women, unrealistic expectations of beauty, self-esteem, the role of social media in depression and suicide, the rising suicide rates among women, and loving the way God made us.
Ep. 48 | What About Hell? Everything You Need to Know
From the original ryanafrench.com article, What About Hell? - Everything You Need to Know, Ryan addresses the most common questions, concerns, and misconceptions about Hell. Questions like: Is Hell a real place? Is purgatory real? Is Hell eternal? How could a loving God send anyone to Hell? Are there levels of punishment in Hell? And much more. Stick around to the end to hear a powerful fifteen-minute-long highlights clip of the infamous sermon by T.G. McNeely called Trophies on the Walls of Hell. It's well worth dealing with the poor 80's audio quality to hear that life-changing message—ending song credit: The Trumpeteers, Little Wooden Church, circa 1948.
Ep. 47 | The Argument for Holiness with Special Guest Charles A. Rhodus
Charles A. Rhodus' brand new book, The Argument for Holiness (www.charlesarhodus.com), makes a case for outward holiness. Ryan and Rev. Rhodus discuss holiness from a balanced and biblical perspective. Topics discussed include defining holiness, the spirit of Jezebel, the role of a pastor as a watchman on the wall, the spirit of holiness, perfecting holiness in the fear of the Lord, aggressively cleansing the temple, and dealing with church hurt. You can read Ryan's review of The Argument for Holiness at www.ryanafrench.com.
BONUS | The Glittering Edge of Truth - Poem
Ep. 46 | The Narcissism of Knowing, Your Questions Answered, Krispy Kreme Jelly Bellies with Taylor, and a New Poem
Ryan explains The Narcissism of Knowing from ryanafrench.com. And in a new segment, Ryan answers five questions from readers and listeners: One, how should we feel about going to church when there is danger or a threat at hand? Two, what age is appropriate for an apostolic to start dating? Three, I am sitting with a dying friend with stage four lung cancer. I want a topic on learning to trust Jesus and faith. Four, How many books will be open on Judgment day? I only remember the Lambs Book of life. But as I have been reading, it says books. What are the books that will be open? I was reading Daniel chapter seven. Five, in Genesis six, are the "sons of God" fallen angels, and did they marry and reproduce with the women of the earth? If not, what is the explanation of those chapters? I know God's angels are spiritual and are unable to reproduce. The lovely Taylor French (Ryan's wife) joins the fun for another adventure of Gross-Good-Great featuring Krispy Kreme flavored Jelly Bellies. Finally, Ryan unveils his newest poem called The Glittering Edge of Truth.
Ep. 45 | The iTunes Gospel & Salvation, Gross-Good-Great with Julia and Talmadge (Jelly Belly Gummies, Skittles Gummies, Caramel Apple Chews)
Ryan exposes easy-believism from his www.ryanafrench.com article titles Don't Settle For an iTunes Version of the Gospel. Then, Julia and Talmadge French join the fun for an extended segment of Gross-Good-Great, where they take their job very seriously of rating Jelly Belly Gummies, Skittles Gummies, and Caramel Apple Chews.
Ep. 44 | 9 Signs of a Prideful Heart, Apostolic Music & Hershey's WhoZeeWhatZit Bar with Nathan French
Nathan (Noteworthy Podcast, Nathan + Rachel) and Ryan French sit down to discuss the ryanafrench.com article 9 Signs of a Prideful Heart in depth. The discussion swerves into the topics of true humility in action, fake humility vs. genuine humility, servanthood, preacher problems, true anointing, parenting, self-awareness, talent vs. dependability, how to be used in your local church, and much more. The brothers also talk about current apostolic music, artists, and upcoming Nathan + Rachel releases. And in an all-new segment of GROSS, GOOD or GREAT, they suffer for the Kingdom by taste-testing Hershey's newest candy bar, the WhoZeeWhatZit. Stick around to the end to hear the brother's in-depth analysis and ratings of the WhoZeeWhatZit.
Ep. 43 | Stan Gleason Discussing Discipleship, Church Culture, Lifestyle & Church Growth
Stan Gleason (Assistant General Superintendant of the United Pentecostal Church International, Senior Pastor of Life Church Kansas City) joins Ryan French to discuss topics from his paradigm-shifting book Follow to Lead: The Journey of a Disciple Maker. Visit www.ryanafrench.com for a quick review and to purchase Follow to Lead by Stan Gleason. In this episode, Rev. Gleason explains the biblical model given by Jesus of making disciples. Gleason encourages us to flip our view of soul-winning upside down and view church growth through the lens of friendship and discipleship. He examines the actual mandate to Go Make Disciples and what that really means. Throughout this episode are practical guides for maintaining a personal lifestyle and corporate church culture of genuine discipleship. Buckle up because this conversation challenges preconceived ideas and enlightens us all to new realms of responsibility.
Ep. 42 | Consistency: 16 Keys to Outstanding Leadership & the Premiere of Gross, Good, Great with Jonathan French
From the www.ryanafrench.com article Consistency (16 Keys to Outstanding Leadership), Ryan and Jon talk about leadership and the all-important key of consistency. In addition, the guys discuss custom suits and ties from Jon Austen Custom Clothier (frenchthread.net). And, they roll out a new segment called Gross, Good or Great which is tons of fun.
Ep. 41 | Carlton L. Coon Sr. (Encountering and Battling Depression)
Ryan discusses depression and how to battle the beast with Carlton L. Coon Sr. (carltoncoon.com), author of Light In A Dark Place: Encountering Depression. Topics covered: Why is depression such a taboo topic in church circles? The unseen and misunderstood nature of depression. How to help a depressed friend or family member. Root causes and indicators of depression. The difference between situational depression and chronic depression. Is it ok for a Christian to take antidepressants? How to fight back against depression! The danger of making depression a permanent residence. The temptation and peril of self-isolation.
Ep. 40 | L.J. Harry Talks 10 Commandments & His New Book
Pastor (Apostolic Church - Mount Vernon, OH), podcast host (Simplify), and author (Simplify, Ten Words) L.J. Harry joins the program to talk about his new book Ten Words: A Practical Look at the Ten Commandments. Visit www.ryanafrench.com to read Ryan's review of Ten Words.
Ep. 39 | ANTIFA Attacks Prayer Gathering, Hungary Passes Anti-Pedophilia Laws, Encouragment From the Life of David and Rudyard Kipling's IF
Ryan reacts to the cultural significance of ANTIFA openly attacking a Christian prayer gathering in Portland while the police stood by and watched. Hungary passes strict anti-pedophilia laws, and the world is offended. Ryan gives his reaction to the world's reaction. And, Ryan gives encouragement for this strange season from the life of David (1 Samiel 27 - 1 Samuel 28), saying, "Don't let where you are right now keep you from where you're going." Finally, Ryan closes out with Rudyard Kipling's classic poem IF. Keep up with the latest blogs and posts at www.ryanafrench.com.
Ep. 38 | Are Holiness Pentecostals Legalists? - Special Guest Steve Waldron
Pastor Ryan and Pastor Waldron respond point by point to a sermon featured on YouTube attacking holiness Pentecostals. Next, Ryan and Steve react to the allegations that holiness Pentecostals are legalists who place people in bondage. The ensuing conversation delves into topics relating to predestination, universalism, eternal security, unconditional eternal security, the nature of God, biblical salvation, and the relationship between the old and new covenants.
Ep. 37 | Is the King James Bible the Best Translation? - Special Guest Steve Waldron
Pastor Steve Waldron (New Life of Albany Georgia) and Ryan ask and answer big questions about the Bible: How did we get the Bible? How did we get the King James Bible? Is the King James the best English translation? What about other modern English translations? Can the Bible be trusted as the literal Word of God? And, three books everyone should read.
Steve Waldron is a longtime professor of theology at Indiana Bible College, pastor of a revival church in Albany, GA., prolific writer, speaker, thought-leader, podcaster (Biblical Archeology Today with Steve Waldron), and YouTuber (New Life of Albany Church).
Ep. 36 | Hell's Evangelistic Program
Ep. 35 | BONUS Acts 4:12 Talmadge French Translation
This short teaching clip covers Dr. Talmadge French speaking on the power of Jesus' name and gives his direct translation of Acts 4:12.
Ep. 34 | BONUS God's Two Greatest Priorities (Encouraging Word)
Sermon clip of Ryan preaching about God's two greatest priorities in every situation. This short clip will set your mind on good things for the week to come and leave you trusting God with renewed faith.
Ep. 33 | Special Guest Dr. Talamdge French Talking Michael Servetus & 20th Century Oneness Pentecostalism
Ryan sits down for a second time with Dad French picking up on their previous discussion about the "Dark Ages" of Christianity. This time they jump from Michael Servetus into the early 20th century when the oneness pentecostal movement revived and began to spread around the world.
Ep. 32 | They're Coming For Our Children (The LGBTQ + Pedophiles Are Targeting Our Kids) & God's Two Greatest Goals (Encouraging Word)
Ryan plays the now impossible-to-find clip of the San Francisco Gay Chorus singing We're Coming For Your Children. Ryan references back to his prediction at ryanafrench.com in the article The Death of Reverence that pedophilia would be the next normalized sexual revolution. The quiet things are now being said out loud and the movement has begun and our children are the target. Ryan closes with an encouraging word describing God's two greatest goals in every situation: Your good & His glory. That revelation will shift your perspective and give you hope in seemingly hopeless times.
Ep. 31 | What is Freedom?
Ryan recreates Patrick Henry's "Give Me Liberty" speech and discusses freedom from a biblical perspective. What is freedom? Where does it come from? What does it produce? What responsibility does it entail? And most importantly, how do we hold on to it for dear life? These topics and more are covered in today's episode. For more discussions and blog articles visit www.ryanafrench.com.
Ep. 30 | BONUS Give Me Liberty
Ryan gives a dramatization of the entirety of Patrick Henry's infamous Give Me Liberty speech. Don't forget to check out the blog at www.ryanafrench.com.
Ep. 29 | BONUS A Father's Greatest Achievement - Dr. Talmadge French
Powerful sermon clip set to music by Dad French.
Ep. 28 | If We Want Our Kids to Stay In Church (Here's Five Things We Need to Be Talking to Them About) with Julia French
From the original article at ryanafrench.com called If We Want Our Kids To Stay In Church, Ryan lists five key subjects the Church (and parents) must address forcefully and often if we want our kids to stay in church. Four of the five areas are subjects that the Church has mostly remained silent on in the last several decades. It’s time to face the ugly reality that the Churches retention rate of young adults is rapidly dwindling. This episode gives tools to combat that decline. And Ryan's daughter Julia makes a special guest appearance as well. Stick around for the last five minutes of this episode to hear a powerful sermon/music clip from Dad French.
Ep. 27 | 9 Types of Church Services and Why We Need Them
From the original article at www.ryanafrench.com called 9 Types of Church Services, Ryan discusses the different ways the Spirit moves in our gatherings. This episode explores the nuances of the Holy Ghost and why we should be sensitive and available to those different operations within the Church (more specifically in our local church). Also, Ryan concludes the program with two poems by Kevin Smith Max (formerly of DC Talk) called At the Foot of Heaven and Of Dogs & Whistles.
Ep. 26 | Four Problems Preacher's Kids Face with Talmadge French (My Son)
In this episode, Talmadge joins the program for the first time to talk about the realities of being a PK. Ryan examines real-life problems preacher's kids face from the original article Four Problems Preacher's Kids Face at ryanafrench.com. Also, Ryan and Talmadge give a spoken word version of Fear No More by Building 429. If you are a preacher, PK, or someone who loves the ministry, this episode is for you.
Ep. 25 | BONUS Recitation - A Poem by Scott Cairns
Flashback clip to a poem called Recitation by American poet Scott Cairns. Ryan typically features a short clip like this in each episode and we are releasing them as bonuses from time to time. This poem was originally featured in Episode 1 | The Burden of Truth (Wait, Is Truth Even A Thing?) and in the article called The Poetry Collection at www.ryanafrench.com.
Ep. 24 | Have Tongues Ceased? Does Everyone Need to Speak In Tongues? What Can Elijah Teach Us About Evangelism Today? Three Common Things That Keep People From Speaking In Tongues
In celebration of Pentecost, Ryan answers common questions about the Holy Ghost: Have tongues ceased? Is the Holy Ghost For Everyone? Do I need the Holy Ghost to Be Saved? What's Tongues and Interpretation? Should People Speak In Tongues During Church? Also, Ryan addresses three common stumbling blocks that keep people from speaking in tongues for the first time. Finally, Ryan examines some things Elijah can teach us about evangelism and revival today from the original www.ryanafrench.com article Fiery Evangelism.
Ep. 23 | Been Hurt By A Pastor? - 8 Reasons You Should Stop Talking About It
From the article Been Hurt By A Pastor? (8 Reasons You Should Stop Talking About It) at www.ryanafrench.com, Ryan discusses real issues of church hurt and how to handle it. Ryan gives eight selfish and helpful reasons you should stop talking about hurt with just anyone who will listen. Stick around to the end for a brief encouraging sermon clip.
Ep. 22 | Dad Joins the Program - Special Guest Dr. Talmadge French
Dad (Dr. Talmadge French) joins the program to talk about the oneness of God, the burning of Michael Servetus by John Calvin, the irony of trinitarianism, and early church history. We also toss around the often asked question of whether or not a remnant of full Gospel believers has always existed in history since Acts chapter two until right now. BONUS: A Mother's Day-inspired sermon clip ends the program so don't leave too soon. As always, you can keep up with this program and the popular Apostolic Voice blog at www.ryanafrench.com.