The first of a five part series about Nate's journey out of fundamentalism. In this first episode Nate gives his opinion on Aliens, reincarnation, and cannabis. These are three topics generally not heard during a mainstream Sunday morning sermon, but not for Nate, The Backyard Preacher himself. So be sure to tune in and share this episode! Be Blessed!
Are you an overcomer? If you are living on this earth then I believe you are. Nate takes a short look at David and Bathsheba, Joshua, the Apostle John, the parable of Lazarus and the rich man, and of course the greatest overcomer Jesus himself on this short episode of The Backyard Preacher #58 So for those that think that a half hour episode is too long this one is for you. So take a quick shot to the dome and if you like it share it!
Lazarus, come forth! The famous words of Jesus commanding His friend Lazarus to rise from the dead after four days. Nate talks about the story of Lazarus and more, how it affected Jesus and his disciples, why He decided to wait so long and what eventually transpired.
The God of the old Testament and His love for Pharaoh. Nate takes a look at a fathers love for his children from both his own personal life and that of God's. He examines the differences between righteous love and anger, and how we as parents are often driven to the point of righteous anger but in the love of the Father.
As we all are still trying to get over the election of 2016 hoping that things do not get any worse, Nate gives us some of the words of Jesus in regards to division. As you know we are experiencing great division in this country. Is it a sign of the times? Are we on our way towards a great revival and awakening? Or our we headed down the path of destruction? Find out on this episode of The Backyard Preacher Podcast.
"Owe no one anything but to love one another." During this divisive time we must look to the scriptures to see how we as Christians should act during a Trump Administration. Nate will discuss Romans chapter 13, allowing us to deal with the upcoming crisis.
What the heck, Donald Trump is President elect! This news has rocked many to the core as they stand is disbelief that such a man could actually be elected in this country which has seem to come so far from the days of past hatred. It is not Trump which we should be concerned with it is his supporters some of which are very radical with there ungodly worldviews. Yet we must not lower ourselves to the levels of those that hate us. We must be Christ and love as he did even if it takes us to the cross.
The last day before election day and what a mess we have gotten ourselves into. Do not be disturbed all is well listen to this edition of the Bayard Preacher Podcast and put your mind at ease. I pray you will be blessed in doing so!
Nate talks about the upcoming election just days away. Is this the end of the world as we know it?
Thank you for listening to the 50th episode of The Backyard Preacher Podcast! This week Nate talks about not being hard on yourself. One of the greatest spiritual blockers is our own perception of ourselves. We need to keep moving forward don't allow anyone to get in your way, and take the victory found in the Christ!
Nate talks about a few topics such as the prophetic movement and Donald Trump, what we should be really appealing to heaven about. Also What makes white evangelical Trump supporters more dangerous than Trump himself. Also Nate looks at the anti authoritarian diagnosis as well as his new affiliation with the Progressive Christian Alliance. Packed episode God bless!
Nate puts a different spin on original sin placing much of the blame on fear. Fear is one of the greatest emotions which keeps us from living out God's will for us on earth. Let us learn to live life without fear!
Many people get the wrong idea about the word Religion especially in this post-modern world of Christianity. I am not knocking post-moderns I am one myself. Yet most look at religion as something that involves organized churches, denominations, a set of creeds, dogma, tradition, and of course legalism. So let us break down the word religion and learn what it really means.
Nate talks a little about the Presidential debates and how he sees them, but his topic is stress as he shares an honest review of a stressful weekend. Hope you enjoy!
Nate talks about the ongoing situations regarding the national anthem and police shootings. Of course the main message of this episode is based out of 2 Corinthians 12 involving "The Third Heaven." Nate gives his opinions and understanding of the subject. I hope you enjoy!
Nate talks about trying to find simplicity within the complex and crazy world in which we live in.
Nate talks about the reason we should not go out looking for sin. Our human condition is to sin, while this is not a free pass to immorality, it is a free pass out of judgment through Jesus Christ. Nate wants you to know more than anything that God loves you! So stay inspired!
Nate looks at Acts chapter 8. He examines the signs and wonders, our faith, our interpretation of Simon the sorcerer and Peter, and their relationship, The Ethiopian servant and much more. This is not an episode you want to miss!
Nate talks about the Collin Kapernick situation, and why people are getting so upset. He uses a couple Biblical comparisons and talks about the ignorance of being a blind nationalist.
Nate Sprott talks about Acts chapter 4, more on the early church and the state of the church today.
Nate talks about the beginning of the church on the day of Pentecost along and its effects of believers and non believers alike. Nate also talks a bit about preachers who fleece the flock out of their money using lies of "planting a seed" for a blessing. Nate also dives into the issue of tithing and whether or not it is a truly Biblical practice for the New Testament Church.
Nate gives us an expose of John chapter 17. Let us learn to be in unity with God as Christ was in unity with the Father.
No rules, no dogma, just Spirit led Christianity.
Ramblings of a madman, Is this a dream? Confessions made, and life changed.
Nate talks about Jesus being the only way to the father. But what about all of the other people born during that time who never heard of him? What about those born before and after that lived and died? This is a very touchy subject one I pondered on not touching but felt for evangelism sake it was a must. It is also a lesson in being able to say that I don't know. I think we preachers do not say those 3 words enough. We think we know something of the divine yet in many instances we are way off track.