Wounded
 

Table Talk / October 30, 2013

We all have wounds and scars caused by the world around us, the people in it and our own choices and sins. Watch now and follow a biblical exploration with Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick, Ty Gibson, and James Rafferty as they search out the Biblical definition for sin. What does God want to do for us? What is sin? What is the biblical definition of love? How does our view of God affect our relationships with others? Bring a Bible and listen in. Let yourself dare to think.

 
Abraham Believed
 

Table Talk / October 23, 2013

Click play and embark on a biblical journey with Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick, Ty Gibson, and James Rafferty as they explore the life of Abraham. Listen in as they discuss Genesis 15,16 and 17 and Abraham’s role in untangling the cobwebs of righteousness by faith. What’s an appropriate response when God declares his promises to you? What does a flaming torch and carcasses of dead animals have to do with God’s covenant? Bring a Bible and Listen in. Let yourself dare to think.

 
Get Out
 

Table Talk / October 16, 2013

God calls Abraham to not only leave a geographic location but leads him on a journey that shifts his theological paradigm in order to uproot his misconceptions about God. Watch now and trace the paths of logic that Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick, Ty Gibson, and James Rafferty use as they explore the post-flood misconceptions as recorded in the Bible. Why did Cain kill his brother? How do misconceptions from God form? What are the differences between Abraham and the Tower of Babel? Bring a Bible and listen in. Let yourself dare to think.

 
Only Two Religions
 

Table Talk / October 09, 2013

In order to understand righteousness by faith, we need to understand God’s righteousness. Watch as we begin a new season to discover what righteousness by faith really means. Listen in to the unscripted conversations of Jeffrey Rosario, David Asscherick, Ty Gibson, and James Rafferty as they explore the Bible and its definition of righteousness. What is covenantal faithfulness? Who is God really? What are the two fundamental ways in which we view God? Bring a Bible and listen in. Let yourself dare to think.