Randy and Debbie talk about faith like a mustard seed.
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk more about what sin is.
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about Psalm 139 in more detail.
Lloyd and Isaac talk about the shadow side of 2000 years of Christian history and how we might avoid some of the pitfalls of the past as we look to the future.
Lori and Isaac talk about the nature and role of the Holy Spirit in the life of people.
Randy and Isaac talk about Saul's background and about some of the distinctions between the Pharisees and the Sadducees in the context of Acts and the early church.
Randy and Debbie talk about John 15 in more detail.
Randy and Isaac talk about Phillip and the Ethiopian Eunuch and what it means to accept those on the margins into the church.
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about some of the background of Acts 4:5-13 along with what it means to be transformational in the world around us.
Debbie, Randy, and Isaac talk about temple gate layout and it's importance to the Acts 3; along with more examples of how Christianity has influenced our world for the better.
Link to temple illustration: https://www.jw.org/en/publications/bible/nwt/appendix-b/temple-mount-first-century/
Randy and Debbie follow up on the concept of God answering "no" in prayer and on Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane.
Randy and Debbie talk about some aspects of the crucifixion and miscellaneous Easter info.
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about the work of connecting an Old Testament setting of a nation state and repentance to a 21st century modern setting.
Randy and Debbie continue the conversation on prayer.
Randy and Debbie talk about what it means to hear the voice of God.
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk more about prayer and what it means to be miraculous.
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about different forms of Prayer and the habit of praying. Find resources at www.connectwithcalvary.org/dailyconnection/2018/2/19/deeper-dive-podcast-40-days-of-prayer-week-1
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac continue to talk about the Transfiguration.
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about the unique and expanding role of located space and memory in worship.