Ep# 272 Roman Catholicism-A Look Back! On this episode of G220 Radio, we look back to a previous episode from long ago discussing the topic of Roman Catholicism. The teachings of the Roman Catholic church are not Christian teaching, they follow a false gospel of faith plus works. If you are under the teachings of the Roman Catholic church we prayer that you would, by the grace of God come out from among her and come to the truth that it is by grace alone through faith alone in Jesus Christ alone for salvation and not of any works.
Ep# 271 A Little Evangelism Never Hurt Nobody On this pre-recorded episode of G220 Radio we talk with Matthew Little about his testimony, evangelism and more. Find out more about g220 by visiting our website: http://www.g220ministries.com
Ep# 270 Made in His Image Welcome to another episode of G220 Radio! On this episode we will be joined by Adrian S. McNeal a member of Word of God Community Church in Canton, Ohio. Our newest local Church partner to the G220 Radio Network. We will be discussing the Made in His Image conference hosted by Word of God Community Church on Aboriton. We also will hear Adrian's testimony and learn about his weekly Bible study and more. This episode is pre-recorded-hope you enjoy the interview!
On this episode of G220 Radio, we welcome our special guest and author Josh Niemi to discuss his new book Expository Parenting. We will interview Josh about the essence of what it means to be an expositor in the home. And the best part, we will be giving away free books! See below for details: If you want a chance to win free copy of “Expository Parenting” by Josh Niemi, there are two ways you can win a copy! 1) Share this whole post on your Facebook page with an exact copy of the narrative below: “I’ve been entered into a contest to win a free copy of “Expository Parenting” by Josh Niemi, and you can too! Just click this shared photo, follow the instructions like I did, and your name can be 1 of 2 possible winners announced on the next episode of G220 Radio on November 7th, 2017 @ 9pm EST live! Make sure you use these hashtags too or you will not be considered.” #ExpositoryParenting #JoshNiemi #G220radio 2) Listen in live the day of the show on November 7th, 2017 @ 9pm EST here. Email us the answer to the quiz question that we will ask the day of the show at firstname.lastname@example.org. The first one to send in their answer will win a free copy of Josh's book, “Expository Parenting.” If you don’t want to enter the contest, but want to help Josh, here are few things you can still do: 1) Go to “Expository Parenting” Facebook page, like it, and share it. 2) Share this post on Facebook. 3) Purchase your copy of “Expository Parenting” on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/1976238145/ref=tmm_pap_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=&sr= 4) Rate the book, leave an encouraging comment, and tell others. 5) Share this link (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/g220radionetwork/2017/11/08/ep-269-expository-parenting) to the G220 live broadcast and tune in yourself the day of the show.
Ep# 268 The Life, Teaching and Legacy of Martin Luther Andrew Lindsey earned a BA in history from Georgia State University and a ThM in church history from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Andrew has seven years of teaching experience in both public and private schools, from middle school through college, as well as fifteen years of teaching in the church (through various Sunday school classes, children’s church, and other venues). Andrew’s greatest passion in life is making the good news of the Lord Jesus known to those who have never heard it before and making this gospel message more clearly known to those who are already following Christ. For years, Martin Luther had been greatly worried over the question of whether he would be accepted or condemned before God on the Day of Judgment. He had tried to find peace through becoming a monk; he had tried to ease his mind about the peace of his family through praying before the relics in Rome. Through wrestling with the text of Romans 1:17, Luther finally came to find peace before God. Though some of Luther’s beliefs would certainly change over the years, the foundations for his core beliefs concerning the good news of Jesus Christ were evident from the moment of his conversion. Scripture alone– and not the teachings of the pope or councils, nor the rules of his monastic order– had brought him peace before God. While his own good works and spiritual devotions as a monk had only brought him to a state in which his conscience was more and more upset by his sins, Luther found salvation by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone, on the basis of Jesus’ righteousness on his behalf. Get your copy of Andrew Lindsey's book here: https://www.westbowpress.com/bookstore/bookdetail.aspx?bookid=SKU-000695140