The last three episodes of the Apostolic Voice Podcast have not incorporated articles from this site. That’s unusual and I know many of you kind folks listen directly from this blog. With that in mind, we’ve listed episodes 31, 32 & 33 below for you. I especially enjoyed recreating Patrick Henry’s in Episode 31 | What is Freedom, Episode 32 is tough but it’s a must-listen situation, and many of you have asked when Dad French (Dr. Talmadge French) would be back and the answer to that is Episode 33. Thanks so much for listening, sharing, supporting, and praying for AV.
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Ryan recreates Patrick Henry’s “Give Me Liberty” speech and discusses freedom from a biblical perspective. What is freedom? Where does it come from? What does it produce? What responsibility does it entail? And most importantly, how do we hold on to it for dear life? These topics and more are covered in today’s episode. For more discussions and blog articles visit http://www.ryanafrench.com.
Ryan plays the now impossible-to-find clip of the San Francisco Gay Chorus singing We’re Coming For Your Children. Ryan references back to his prediction at ryanafrench.com in the article The Death of Reverence that pedophilia would be the next normalized sexual revolution. The quiet things are now being said out loud and the movement has begun and our children are the target. Ryan closes with an encouraging word describing God’s two greatest goals in every situation: Your good & His glory. That revelation will shift your perspective and give you hope in seemingly hopeless times.
Ryan sits down for a second time with Dad French picking up on their previous discussion about the “Dark Ages” of Christianity. This time they jump from Michael Servetus into the early 20th century when the oneness pentecostal movement revived and began to spread around the world.
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