Christianity

The Art of Godliness

Tim Challies & Paul Martin

Tim Challies and Paul Martin think out loud about how to live a quiet and peaceful life, godly and dignified in every way.

Episodes

The Art of Godliness, Episode 2: Honoring Parents
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2017-09-21 04:41:43 UTC 0:00
The Art of Godliness, Episode 2: Honoring Parents

Today I bring you episode 2 of The Art of Godliness, the new podcast hosted by myself and my good friend Paul Martin. The purpose of the podcast is to think out loud and in public about how to live a quiet and peaceful life, godly and dignified in every way. After discussing conflict resolution in episode 1, we turn today to the subject of honoring parents. Specifically, we discuss how we, as grown adults, should honor our aging parents.

Thanks to our sponsor Logos Mobile Education for making this episode possible. Please visit logos.com/timchallies to learn about Logos Mobile Ed and to get a great discount on some of their best courses.

You can subscribe to The Art of Godliness via iTunes and most other podcast directories. If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast, you can do so here.

Show Notes

The Art of Godliness, Episode 1: Conflict in the Church
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2017-09-21 04:41:43 UTC 0:00
The Art of Godliness, Episode 1: Conflict in the Church

Today I’m beginning something new: a podcast.  I’m co-hosting it with Paul Martin who is a close friend and a fellow elder at Grace Fellowship Church. Together we are taking a look at a variety of subjects of relevance to the Christian life. We are beginning in episode one with the tricky subject of conflict resolution, and especially conflict within the church.

Thanks to our sponsor Logos for making this episode possible. Please visit logos.com/challiespodcast to learn about Logos 7 Basic (and download it for free).

If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast, you can do so here. It will also be available on iTunes in a few days.

Show Notes

*If you’ve been following this site long enough you know I’ve done some podcasts in the past. I enjoyed doing these and deliberately designed them to be limited in duration. Will this one be equally limited? We aren’t quite sure yet.

The Art of Godliness, Episode 2: Honoring Parents
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2017-09-21 13:58:20 UTC 0:00
The Art of Godliness, Episode 2: Honoring Parents

Today I bring you episode 2 of The Art of Godliness, the new podcast hosted by myself and my good friend Paul Martin. The purpose of the podcast is to think out loud and in public about how to live a quiet and peaceful life, godly and dignified in every way. After discussing conflict resolution in episode 1, we turn today to the subject of honoring parents. Specifically, we discuss how we, as grown adults, should honor our aging parents.

Thanks to our sponsor Logos Mobile Education for making this episode possible. Please visit logos.com/timchallies to learn about Logos Mobile Ed and to get a great discount on some of their best courses.

You can subscribe to The Art of Godliness via iTunes and most other podcast directories. If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast, you can do so here.

Show Notes

The Art of Godliness, Episode 1: Conflict in the Church
0:00
2017-09-21 13:58:20 UTC 0:00
The Art of Godliness, Episode 1: Conflict in the Church

Today I’m beginning something new: a podcast.  I’m co-hosting it with Paul Martin who is a close friend and a fellow elder at Grace Fellowship Church. Together we are taking a look at a variety of subjects of relevance to the Christian life. We are beginning in episode one with the tricky subject of conflict resolution, and especially conflict within the church.

Thanks to our sponsor Logos for making this episode possible. Please visit logos.com/challiespodcast to learn about Logos 7 Basic (and download it for free).

If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast, you can do so here. It will also be available on iTunes in a few days.

Show Notes

*If you’ve been following this site long enough you know I’ve done some podcasts in the past. I enjoyed doing these and deliberately designed them to be limited in duration. Will this one be equally limited? We aren’t quite sure yet.

The Art of Godliness, Episode 4: Scandal in the Church
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2017-10-05 04:31:11 UTC 0:00
The Art of Godliness, Episode 4: Scandal in the Church

Today I bring you episode 4 of The Art of Godliness podcast, the show that thinks out loud and in public about how to “lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way.” In past episodes we have discussed conflict in the church, honoring our parents, and family devotions. Today we turn our attention to scandal in the church. The sad fact is there will always be some degree of scandal among Christians and through the Internet we have greater access to them than ever before. In this episode we discuss how we should respond to scandals that rock the church.

Thanks to our sponsor Lexham Press for making this episode possible. Please visit LexhamPress.com/Classics to learn about the Lexham Classics series.

You can subscribe to The Art of Godliness via iTunes and most other podcast directories. If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast directly, you can do so here.

The Art of Godliness, Episode 3: Family Devotions
0:00
2017-10-05 04:31:11 UTC 0:00
The Art of Godliness, Episode 3: Family Devotions

Today I bring you episode 3 of The Art of Godliness, the new podcast hosted by myself and my good friend Paul Martin. The purpose of the podcast is to think out loud and in public about how to live a quiet and peaceful life, godly and dignified in every way. In episode 1 we discussed conflict resolution and in episode 2 turned to honoring parents. Now, in episode 3, we turn to family devotions. We discuss what constitutes family devotions, where we find them in the Bible, why we ought to do them, and how we ought to do them. All that in just 25 minutes! We hope you enjoy it and benefit from it.

Thanks to our sponsor Logos Mobile Education for making this episode possible. Please visit logos.com/timchallies to learn about Logos Mobile Ed and to get a great discount on some of their best courses.

You can subscribe to The Art of Godliness via iTunes and most other podcast directories. If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast directly, you can do so here.

Show Notes

The Art of Godliness, Episode 2: Honoring Parents
0:00
2017-10-05 04:31:11 UTC 0:00
The Art of Godliness, Episode 2: Honoring Parents

Today I bring you episode 2 of The Art of Godliness, the new podcast hosted by myself and my good friend Paul Martin. The purpose of the podcast is to think out loud and in public about how to live a quiet and peaceful life, godly and dignified in every way. After discussing conflict resolution in episode 1, we turn today to the subject of honoring parents. Specifically, we discuss how we, as grown adults, should honor our aging parents.

Thanks to our sponsor Logos Mobile Education for making this episode possible. Please visit logos.com/timchallies to learn about Logos Mobile Ed and to get a great discount on some of their best courses.

You can subscribe to The Art of Godliness via iTunes and most other podcast directories. If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast, you can do so here.

Show Notes

The Art of Godliness, Episode 1: Conflict in the Church
0:00
2017-10-05 04:31:11 UTC 0:00
The Art of Godliness, Episode 1: Conflict in the Church

Today I’m beginning something new: a podcast.  I’m co-hosting it with Paul Martin who is a close friend and a fellow elder at Grace Fellowship Church. Together we are taking a look at a variety of subjects of relevance to the Christian life. We are beginning in episode one with the tricky subject of conflict resolution, and especially conflict within the church.

Thanks to our sponsor Logos for making this episode possible. Please visit logos.com/challiespodcast to learn about Logos 7 Basic (and download it for free).

If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast, you can do so here. It will also be available on iTunes in a few days.

Show Notes

*If you’ve been following this site long enough you know I’ve done some podcasts in the past. I enjoyed doing these and deliberately designed them to be limited in duration. Will this one be equally limited? We aren’t quite sure yet.

The Art of Godliness, Episode 4: Scandal in the Church
0:00
2017-10-07 18:46:20 UTC 0:00
The Art of Godliness, Episode 4: Scandal in the Church

Today I bring you episode 4 of The Art of Godliness podcast, the show that thinks out loud and in public about how to “lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way.” In past episodes we have discussed conflict in the church, honoring our parents, and family devotions. Today we turn our attention to scandal in the church. The sad fact is there will always be some degree of scandal among Christians and through the Internet we have greater access to them than ever before. In this episode we discuss how we should respond to scandals that rock the church.

Thanks to our sponsor Lexham Press for making this episode possible. Please visit LexhamPress.com/Classics to learn about the Lexham Classics series.

You can subscribe to The Art of Godliness via iTunes and most other podcast directories. If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast directly, you can do so here.

The Art of Godliness, Episode 3: Family Devotions
0:00
2017-10-07 18:46:20 UTC 0:00
The Art of Godliness, Episode 3: Family Devotions

Today I bring you episode 3 of The Art of Godliness, the new podcast hosted by myself and my good friend Paul Martin. The purpose of the podcast is to think out loud and in public about how to live a quiet and peaceful life, godly and dignified in every way. In episode 1 we discussed conflict resolution and in episode 2 turned to honoring parents. Now, in episode 3, we turn to family devotions. We discuss what constitutes family devotions, where we find them in the Bible, why we ought to do them, and how we ought to do them. All that in just 25 minutes! We hope you enjoy it and benefit from it.

Thanks to our sponsor Logos Mobile Education for making this episode possible. Please visit logos.com/timchallies to learn about Logos Mobile Ed and to get a great discount on some of their best courses.

You can subscribe to The Art of Godliness via iTunes and most other podcast directories. If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast directly, you can do so here.

Show Notes

The Art of Godliness, Episode 2: Honoring Parents
0:00
2017-10-07 18:46:20 UTC 0:00
The Art of Godliness, Episode 2: Honoring Parents

Today I bring you episode 2 of The Art of Godliness, the new podcast hosted by myself and my good friend Paul Martin. The purpose of the podcast is to think out loud and in public about how to live a quiet and peaceful life, godly and dignified in every way. After discussing conflict resolution in episode 1, we turn today to the subject of honoring parents. Specifically, we discuss how we, as grown adults, should honor our aging parents.

Thanks to our sponsor Logos Mobile Education for making this episode possible. Please visit logos.com/timchallies to learn about Logos Mobile Ed and to get a great discount on some of their best courses.

You can subscribe to The Art of Godliness via iTunes and most other podcast directories. If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast, you can do so here.

Show Notes

The Art of Godliness, Episode 1: Conflict in the Church
0:00
2017-10-07 18:46:20 UTC 0:00
The Art of Godliness, Episode 1: Conflict in the Church

Today I’m beginning something new: a podcast.  I’m co-hosting it with Paul Martin who is a close friend and a fellow elder at Grace Fellowship Church. Together we are taking a look at a variety of subjects of relevance to the Christian life. We are beginning in episode one with the tricky subject of conflict resolution, and especially conflict within the church.

Thanks to our sponsor Logos for making this episode possible. Please visit logos.com/challiespodcast to learn about Logos 7 Basic (and download it for free).

If you’d like to subscribe to the podcast, you can do so here. It will also be available on iTunes in a few days.

Show Notes

*If you’ve been following this site long enough you know I’ve done some podcasts in the past. I enjoyed doing these and deliberately designed them to be limited in duration. Will this one be equally limited? We aren’t quite sure yet.