A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

A Word Fitly Spoken Update

In case you’re a new follower or missed this announcement the first time around, the lovely and talented Amy Spreeman and I started a podcast several weeks ago:

A Word Fitly Spoken

You can always find the link to the AWFS website at the Podcast tab at the top of this page. AWFS is available on all the major podcast platforms (and many “less major” ones, too!), and, of course, you can always listen online.

Here are the topics we’ve covered so far:

Walking Away from Christ?

On the debut episode of AWFS, Michelle and Amy share their testimonies, and discuss apostasy through the stories of Joshua Harris and Marty Sampson.

Is This Church For You?

What is a doctrinally sound church, and how can you find one?

Christians and Pornography: What goes on in your mind?

Resources for those who use pornography and for spouses of those who use pornography.

Top 7 Reasons the Enneagram is Unbiblical

What’s all the fuss about the Enneagram, and why is it unbiblical?

Benny Hinn and The Fruit of True Repentance

Did Benny Hinn really repent of the prosperity gospel? What does true repentance look like?

Doing Discernment

There are so many false teachers out there. How can we vet teachers and authors to find out whether or not we should follow them and use their materials?

Words with Friends: How to contend with loved ones

How can we approach friends who are following false teachers?

How to talk to your church leaders about false teachers

What’s the best way to approach your church leaders about false teachers they’ve introduced into the church?

Like what you hear? Be sure to leave us an encouraging comment or review. We have been so encouraged to hear your feedback!

In future episodes, we’d like to answer your questions, so comment below with a question you’d like us to answer or a topic you’d like us to address, or fill out the contact form at the AWFS website.

And don’t forget to follow A Word Fitly Spoken on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!

Happy listening!

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