Today, Bob and Shawn discuss Jesus’ perfect humanity. He was one person–fully human and fully God, despite what some heresies have claimed. Listen in to this great discussion about the fully human life and experiences that Jesus lived.
Continuing our series on the Great Doctrines of the Bible, Bob and Shawn start the discussion on Christology. Today, they focus on the person of Christ, as we celebrate His birth this Christmas Day.
What does the Holy Spirit do for us in our daily Christian walk? Bob and Shawn discuss four ways that He ministers to us. Listen in to this encouraging discussion.
What does being “filled by the Spirit” mean as it is mentioned in the Bible? Bob and Shawn discuss the two types of filling, explaining the Scriptures that talk about the subject.
Are the sign gifts still operative today? It may depend on who you ask! Listen in to Bob and Shawn’s discussion today on cessationism.
Our discussion on Pneumatology (or spiritual gifts) continues today with a description of each gift found in 1 Cor 12:4-11 and Rom 12:6-8.
Bob and Shawn tackle the subject of Pneumatology on today’s show as they continue our series on the Great Doctrines. Pneumatology is the study of spiritual gifts as found in 1 Corinthians 12. Listen in to the first part of this interesting discussion.
Today on Grace in Focus Radio, Bob and Shawn continue the discussion on RIBS, focusing on the subject of baptism. Did you know there are different types of baptism? Listen in to their informative discussion on baptism and be encouraged.
This week we continue our series on Great Doctrines of the Faith, which is the theme of our National Conference coming up in May 2020 in Plano, TX. Bob and Shawn discuss regeneration and indwelling by the Spirit in today’s episode. As believers, we must remember that our bodies are the temple of the Holy
We start a new series today on Grace in Focus Radio. Bob and Shawn will be discussing the different areas of Systematic Theology. They focus today on one aspect of the Holy Trinity, the Holy Spirit. Listen in to this interesting discussion!