The gospel is a mystery to many. Some men make it overly complex, but it doesn’t need to be. The gospel message can be quite simple. Other men find no daily application from the gospel, but that’s missing the point in a big way. In our show today, you’ll hear a great discussion about the gospel, walking in the simplicity of the gospel, and how the gospel message changes our daily walk as Christian men.
My guest for this episode is Joe Bailey. Joe is a follower of Jesus, he is married and the father of five kids. He has a BA in Theology from Life Seminary and is the leader of the Paladin Project. He also is a working musician and a two-time IBO World Champion in Recurve and Longbow. He has tons of wisdom and I’m grateful to be sharing this conversation with you.
What is, and what isn’t, the gospel?
How should the gospel change how we live our lives?
How does a regular guy, with no theology degree, share the gospel?
What does it mean that our power is in our story?
Can I gain or lose God’s love based on my own performance?
What does it mean that the American church isn’t yet spiritually well developed?
Is there a neutral ground in a spiritual battle?
Where has the gospel message been devalued for men?
What is one small step for a man in a dark place to start walking out of that darkness?
Do men today know how to suffer well?
What’s the difference between a cultural belief and a saving belief?