POSTSCRIPT: New Podcast

In this short episode, Frank introduces his new podcast. He also announces his new blog series on the gospel of the kingdom. For the new podcast, go to FrankViola.me. For the new blog series, go to FrankViola.org/kingdom.

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In this final episode of Frank's podcast, he explains why he's ending the show and unveils what will be replacing it.

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Frank gives an incisive look at how Christians should respond to the culture. Delivered at the 2015 Urbana Christian Festival in Illinois. His article How to Respond to the World's Narrative delves deeper into the subject.

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A Ministry Dream Team

Frank casts his vision of a ministry dream team and how it would benefit you, the body of Christ, and the world. This episode has been followed up and updated by a PDF document called My Vision for a Ministry Dream Team

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In this episode, Frank shares five hacks to the victorious christian life with his discussion partner Conrad.

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The boys from "Bad Christian" talk to Frank and his co-author Mary DeMuth about spiritual warfare, the future of the church, the difference between a challenge and an attack, a behind-the-scenes look at Pagan Christianity and The Day I Met Jesus, and several other subjects

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Frank gives an introduction to the Mystery of God from Ephesians 3. If you're interested in being notified when the rest of the series on Ephesians is available, sign up on the DCL Network | Master Classes Form and you'll be alerted when they are released.

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Frank speaks to his podcast subscribers about the 5 reasons why every Christian should have a mentor. He then answers a common question he receives from people who are interested in being mentored.

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Meet the New Jacob

Reformed professor and radio talk show host Steve Brown at KeyLife interviews Frank Viola author and Mary DeMuth. Frank gives a powerful riff on the New Jacob (the 7th man) while Mary adds insights into how Jesus responds to the desperate.

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