021: Courageous Men of the Word

In this Episode of the Sharpening Character Podcast, we have a very special CMOW segment hosted by a surprise guest! Then, Andrew and Wes have an awesome interview with Dwain Swanson and Will Peters  about Courageous Men of the Word. That’s all in this episode of the Sharpening Character Podcast!

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020: Spiritual Growth, Part Four & RiseUp Discipleship

In this episode, Wes will take us through a discussion of Romans 5 and 6, including glorying in tribulations, the importance of faith, and a proper understanding of grace. Then, Ben will finish his series on Spiritual Growth with part 4: “A Desire to Grow, and Applying God’s Word.” Finally, Andrew will host a round-table discussion of RiseUp: a twelve-week discipleship course for young adults. That’s all in this episode of the Sharpening Character Podcast!

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014: Whatever the Cost

In this episode, Nick takes us through Acts 17, examining Paul’s exhortation to the people of Athens, as the discovered what they were really searching for. Then, we have a fantastic interview with David and Jason Benham (entrepreneurs and former Professional Baseball players) as they discuss the importance of standing strong “whatever the cost.” That’s all in this episode of the Sharpening Character Podcast!

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013: Having a Love Relationship with Christ

In this episode, Nick takes us through a discussion of “having a Love Relationship with Christ.” Then Wes examines passages from the book of Numbers in our Courageous Men of the Word Bible study. Finally, we have a great missionFocus interview with Jim Blizzard, director of the Florida’s heartland chapter of Child Evangelism Fellowship. That’s all in this episode of the Sharpening Character Podcast!

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011: Why Should Christians Study History?

Show Notes for this Episode: CMOW: Hosted by Ben We’re going to take a look at a parable of Jesus from Luke 20: 1-19, the clear message it had for the Jews, and the message it has for us in the modern world. Interview: Historian Bill Potter “Why Should Christians Study

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