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The Conclave

All hands on deck for this special episode of WFS!  The regulars are all here to tackle a wide range of user questions, including topics like fasting, deacons, and Semper Virgo.  Join us as we look back on the first 50 episodes and look forward to many more to come.

Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn Heide
Regular Guests: Rev. David Appold, Rev. Adam Koontz, and Rev. Aaron Uphoff
Episode: 50

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Nehemiah


Rev. David Appold joins Rev. Grills and Rev. Heide to discuss the major themes and background of the book of Nehemiah. Nehemiah, in his zeal for rebuilding Jerusalem, seeks to build up two walls: the physical walls of the city and the wall of the Law. This has important applications for Christians today, especially regarding hearing the Word, the observance of the Fourth Commandment, and marriage.

Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn Heide
Guest: Rev. David Appold
Episode: 2

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The Sufficiency of Scripture


Holy Scripture is entirely sufficient and needs no other authority, because it is the Word of the Living God. We discuss what it means for Scripture to be authoritative as well as defending the sufficiency of Scripture against the twin problems of external authority in Roman Catholicism and personal authority in Charismatic circles. Afterward, we offer practical advice for reading the Scriptures regularly as well as encourage fathers to be the spiritual heads of their family.

Hosts: Rev. Willie Grills and Rev. Zelwyn Heide
Episode: 1

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