Francis Chan is Killing Gomer's Heart

Episode 179 · February 8th, 2019 · 1 hr 43 mins

About this Episode

In this show, Gomer reveals to Luke how much evangelical pastor Francis Chan is ruining his life. Also, we talk Avenger's Endgame trailer, Gomer reviews all of Netflix's Marvel shows, and we talk books and music!

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  • Apostasy Report - Francis Chan The Deceiver — Francis Chan has become a big name in "conference Christianity" and though in the past he has seemingly proclaimed many truths, you will see that he is now fully embracing error and false teaching of every sort making him an apostate and one whom you should urgently warn of. Those that promote or endorse him, aid and abet the most insidious and destructive form of error.
  • Francis Chan - Will You Suffer To Obey? (RCRM 2018) — The worship stuff is powerful, about minute 8 to 24
  • Prayer Makes A Leader - Francis Chan - YouTube — In the series of making a leader, Francis Chan is asked to speak on the topic of Prayer. Prayer is such a special part of a real leader. How can you be a Spiritual leader without praying? How can you lead your family or ministry without getting on your face before God? Prayer is supernatural. Prayer brings us to heart of God. Uploaded with permission.
  • Marvel Studios' Avengers: Endgame - Big Game TV Spot - YouTube — Today, during the Big Game, fans got an exciting new look at Marvel Studios’ AVENGERS: ENDGAME.
  • Béla Fleck & The Flecktones "Big Country"
  • the year I became a mutherfuckin’ G - YouTube — the year I became a mutherfuckin’ G · Busdriver · Dntel · Lorde Fredd33 electricity is on our side ℗ 2018 Temporary Whatever Released on: 2018-06-08 Producer: BUSDRIVER Producer: Dntel Composer: BUSDRIVER Lyricist: BUSDRIVER Auto-generated by YouTube. Parental warning Explicit lyrics
  • Culture Making (Audiobook) by Andy Crouch | — Crouch unpacks the complexities of how culture works and gives us tools for cultivating and creating culture. He navigates the dynamics of cultural change and probes the role and efficacy of our various cultural gestures and postures. Keen biblical exposition demonstrates that creating culture is central to the whole scriptural narrative, the ministry of Jesus and the call to the church. He guards against naive assumptions about "changing the world," but points us to hopeful examples from church history and contemporary society of how culture is made and shaped. Ultimately, our culture making is done in partnership with God's own making and transforming of culture.