Show Notes for Grains from Gutteridge Podcast
Episode #10: The Heavenly Race
In 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 Paul takes as a pattern the Marathon footrace of the ancient Greeks, well known to and partly copied by the Romans. This is a stimulating message on the Heavenly Race. Comfort and encouragement are given from the Scriptures and Christian experience. You will be surprised as to how much the epistles have to say about the Heavenly Race. This is an excellent message to listen to after you have seen the film Chariots of Fire.
Guatemala Trip Log, Entry #1: 20 Days ‘Til Departure
Map of Guatemala
In the grandest sense, my upcoming Bible-teaching missions trip to Guatemala became “real” when the round-trip ticket was purchased a few weeks back. But today it became real in a more personal sense – at the end of a hypodermic needle!
“I’m allergic to hypodermic needles.” At least, that’s what I tell all medical personnel within proximity of any sharp, pointy, flesh-piercing objects, even if I’m not the patient being scrutinized and diagnosed. (No sense taking chances!) So little sympathy do these folks have that they either laugh or roll their eyes; but my condition never gets me any mercy. You would think in this age of [click to continue…]
Guatemalan pastors Fermin and Lilian Chávez baptizing a special candidate
Our latest newsletter was sent out on Easter Eve. It’s all here–Jim’s upcoming missions trip to Guatemala, quadrupling podcasts, and “a face that’s made for radio.” If you didn’t receive a copy, but would like to read it without being on the newsletter mailing list, then follow the “Read the Newsletter” link. Read the Newsletter.
Guest Spots on the Pilgrim’s Progress Radio Call-In Show on WAVA-AM 790
During the week of March 12th, Jim Kerwin was a guest on National Prayer Chapel’s Pilgrim’s Progress radio program, hosted by Pastor Ray Greenley. If you’ve ever wondered what it looked like “behind the scenes” on a live radio broadcast, here are three examples. (Note: Sound quality on these videos leaves something to be desired, due to the experimental nature of the patches into the live video feed.)