Summary: Consider This Question is a podcast that explores various topics from the perspectives of the ministry staff at Sunnybrook Christian Church in Stillwater, Oklahoma. We hope these episodes can provide something of an invitation to our people into some of the behind-the-scenes conversations where transparency, humor and theology intersect.
The guys chat about various approaches to responding to sermons and how it is sometimes difficult to even preach about application in the first place.
Jim, Drew, and Ryan discuss their favorite books from last year. Maybe you should check them out, too!
Jim and Justin chat with Matt Johnson from Crossroads in Piedras Negras about the work going on in northern Mexico.
Ryan talks to Justin, Morgan, and Jim about their favorite Christmas traditions (Jim won't let his kids touch the tree), and what the season of Advent is meant to accomplish.
Jim and Drew ask Jay and Caitlyn Greer to help us understand what it takes to preach the gospel and plant churches in Japan.
Jim speaks with Justin and the Drews about ways the church can think through celebrity conversions.
Justin talks to Matt, Lance, and Dylan about living out their faiths as baseball players.
Justin revisits the mailbag for more questions with Jim, Scot, and Ryan.
Justin chats with Drew, Jim, and Ryan as the guys answer live questions submitted by listeners.
Justin chats with Drew, Paul, and Zane about their love of sports and how they navigate that passion as followers of Christ.
Ryan asks Jim and Drew how much stock to place in our motivations when it comes to obedience to the Lord.
Jim talks with John, Jesse, and Karie Pryor about living and serving in Papua New Guinea.
Justin, Anthony, Jim, and Ryan head back into the studio to finish their conversation about why they trust the Bible so much.
Jim and Ryan discuss the various merits of the ESV, the CSB, and the NIV Bible translations and consider whether Sunnybrook should change from the ESV.
Jim asks Anthony, Justin, and Ryan what they each believe about the Bible and why they think we should trust it.