Jesus said to only two people that he had seen no greater faith than theirs in all of Israel. They were both NON JEWS! After hearing from Geo Howell, Vic d’Obrenan and Paul Viggers. Mike Williams and Don Bartlett explore exactly how Christianity so misunderstood then mangled the clear logic of Paul in Romans 10. Does “confess with your mouth and believe in your heart”, actually
After hearing from James Gustafson, Mike Turi, Gordy Lister and Jackie Barnard, Mike and Don address the question of differences in the first century Church and Paul’s sturdy defense of the Gospel of Grace in the face of claims that without our personal faith, Jesus is too weak to pull the skin off a rice pudding. Paul’s dialectic style of refuting Christianity’s favorite Frankensteins,
This week we heard from Wayne Leis regarding tribalism and Tribal Mentalities,
from Doug Salonen about regret over things we used to believe and teach,
Gina Jelinski, about when God actually started His human experience,
Albert Einstein about miracles,
Shean Anson Smith regarding the expert shoveling of BS.
Rob regarding the need to always have a healthy goat on hand,
The Scriptures are either all true or all pointless. If you ditch a text or a premise, how do you then use that same text to bolster your other claims? We all to often think that what God has tels us SOMETHING about, He has told us everything about. That is simply ignorance gone to seed! We address that issue in this powercast as we hear from Ryan Farrel, Kent Lindsay, and James Gustafson.
This week we answer a question as to what epistles of Paul are considered to be authentic and which are in question.
We then look in depth at Hebrews 6 and in particular at the first couple of verses. We discover that what Christianity considers to be nutritious for the Church is in fact, nothing short of poison. We discover that we get to choose whether we practice that which preceded the
This week we heard from Helen and Shean, Pep Washburn and Girma, as we looked even deeper into how Faith, Hope and Prayer were all necessary components in the predestination of all things. When that which is hoped for is come, why would we keep hoping? When the tools of creation have been used to fulfill the end play of creation, why would they need to be re-used?
This week we heard from Kenny, D-d-d-danny and Phil Brittan.
We responded to questions about God’s anger in Scriptures, Andrew Farley’s treatment of questions that are too tough for him to answer, and the refusal to push, pull and restrain.
Then we hit our stride in this, the second of a series about how the modern Christian view of faith, prayer and hope denies the Unity
This week Mike Williams and Don Bartlett explore the expression of Faith, Hope and Prayer as religion sees them.
How does one exercise these without subscribing to dualism? Are they now redundant? Are they valid??
In this Powercast, from back to front we hear from Shean Smith, in part two of one man’s journey. We also hear from, Michael Andrew Foster, Randy French, Marcel Roos, Robert May, Wayne Leis.
If God cannot be trusted to be faithful to you when you are not faithful to him, then how can you depend on Him to keep you from going to hell? Such is the nature of Christianity’s crooked reasoning. Don’t believe me? Then listen to the daughter of the best know name in protestantism after Martin Luther with 6 honorary doctorates and 4 special literary awards to her name!
Which of these are more likely to succeed? You may be surprised.
This week we hear from Vic d’Obrennan and others while we try to figure out if Hugh heffner is in Hell or not.
This week Mike is mad and HE AIN’T GONNA TAKE IT ANYMORE!!!
Is Personal faith even possible?
This week we hear from Frank McGovern, Julie Wilde, RobCrazyKeys, Robert May, Girma Colston, Danny Amy Deal, Shean Smith, Mivchael Turi and Jeff Robertson.
When you have been assimilated, you never need personal faith again!
In this weeks Powercast we review the Fall conference in Calgary Alberta.
We also address the current end of the world rapture theory; we hear from Michael Foster and Dereck, and we host part 1 of a special guest, Marine Sergeant Shean Smith.
Exactly when was your destiny sealed? This week Michael L’Born Williams poses that question and answers it decisively. We also hold a grand investiture of brand new Boneheads and revisit some old boneheads including the patron saint of boneheads. We hear from Randy French on the defamatory nature of Christianity, and Michael Foster on the false teachings of sin. Could we have any more fun
In this week’s powercast, we mourn the loss of our precious Inuit brother and friend, Lawrence Kinistino. We hear from, Randy French, Wayne Leis, Michael Foster and RobCrazyKeys and of course, the Apostle and his Prophet, with a special guest appearance by MegaChurch Pastor, Joel Osteen.
We explore the Jekyll and Hyde God of Religion, and take another look at the tree of the knowledge
What exactly is the “wood, hay, and stubble” to which Paul referred, as compared to gold silver and precious gems?We also explored the 7 letters to the seven churches in Revelation chapters 2 and 3 in the light of the differences between Paul on one hand and James, Peter and John on the other hand.
In this weeks Powercast, we are joined by a great cage of monkeys, as we explore the concept of good and evil in a world where sin is no longer counted with a God who is no longer keeping score. Plus we hear from, Doug Salonen, Wayne Leis, Shean Smith, Phil Brittan, Mike Turi, Yvonne DeCleene, Julie Ferwerda, Danny Rodgers and Alexa Parmer Myers.Join us in our cage of monkeys special! LoL We know
Have you ever been apocalypsed? You never know … you might just like it! This week we find out all about the last daze – you know what I mean – for every end times preacher, you have a different explanation of what they are, when they are, and who they’re for!
Daniel 9:24 is examined once again this week by Michael L Williams and Don (Beres) Bartlett, and compared against
Predestination – what is it and where do we find the foundations of this theology. Watch out for Jody Leis and Randy French. Note from Michael L Williams; “That’s is the first word that comes from listening to this power cast, leveled. Leveled to the most common denominator, human. Raised to Him that is highest, God. A couple other words, honored, privileged to know this glorious
This week we heard from Helen Guenette, Yvonne DeCleene and Paul Viggers. Phill Brittan brought us an eternal truth that a purchased possession takes no part in the transaction of which it is a part, and WE are the purchased possession.
We then heard from the mouths of GR’s themselves, what the Gospel has meant to them.
This week we had a mailbag edition starring Glen Rien, Doug Salonen, Shean Smith, Robert de Vries, Wayne Leis, Brain Noyes and Barry Gustafson, who brought us topics like how many covenants were there, How to grow a megachurch, some thoughts on Noah, why people leave religion just to join another religion, how to serve the Lord and being real. Enjoy Family!
What were you told to believe? That it was YOUR faith that saved you? Or that it was Christ’s faith that redeemed the world? Mike Williams and Don Bartlett put this one to bed once and for all, pointing out as well, that if you can do ANYTHING gain your redemption, then you must also be able to do something to lose it. It is Jesus all the way!
In this week’s Powercast Mike Williams and Don Bartlett discuss a question that was posted in the Gospel Revolution Private Group on Facebook. The question asked about Romans 3:22 and specifically about faith “in” Christ being required for righteousness. The discussion pointed out that Romans 3:22 says “faith of Christ” not “in Christ. The conversation led
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Don Bartlett discussed feedback from Gospel Revolutionaries on our Facebook groups. One post was from Michael Turi of Pennsylvania who made a bright observation about what Jesus said and did before and after the cross. Don and Mike also returned to addressing Jim Richards’ letter against the gospel and Mike Williams, and most conspicuous conclusion
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Don Bartlett take on one of the most sensitive statements in Jim Richards’ letter against Mike Williams and the gospel. In this passage of the letter, Jim uses a quote from the Bible to define what knowing Christ is. It actually was a defense of applying the law and connecting it with knowing Christ , when actually Paul the Apostle said the
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Don Bartlett address statements from Shean Smith of Alabama and Jimmy McCollum of Illinois, which leads to an interesting conversation about what it’s like to embrace the gospel and what that means to your view of Christianity. From there, they resume reading the next accusation from Jim Richard’s letter against Mike Williams and the
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and should not, by any stretch of the imagination, be construed with the gospel!
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Don Bartlett resume addressing Jim Richards’ letter against Mike Williams and the gospel. Thanks to many people contacting us, we first hear from several people
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Don Bartlett discuss the next section of Jim Richards’ letter against Mike and the gospel. In this part of the letter, Jim quotes part of what Jesus said about knowing “them” by their fruit, which leads Mike to address not only the context of the quote but also the major underlying reason why Jim wrote this diatribe against Mike
In this week’s episode, Mike and Don begin with – “what’s in a name?!” – followed by a walk down memory lane resulting from a wonderful email sent by Darin Bell. Then Shawn Smith with questions, questions! What about using the term, “gospel”? Wayne Leis asks about LIFE!
This week’s Powercast recording unfortunately did not go off without a hitch. HOWEVER, we have something very special for you instead. This week’s Powercast is one of the seven recordings from Mike’s seminar this Spring in Calgary on Predestination. This particular session was on the subject of the role of faith in predestination and specifically whose faith plays that role. To
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett respond to some great emails from Sherri Antone, Vic d’Obrenan, Shean Smith and Doug Salonen. Later in the show, Mike and Beres are joined by Barry Laney of Cullman, Alabama to hear about his time sharing the gospel in the Philippines.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett continue on in Jim Richards’ manifesto letter against Mike Williams and the gospel. In this episode, Jim says in his letter that without our personal faith, there is no power in the cross. Listen to the many responses Mike has to Jim’s gospel-damning statement. We also got to hear from Vic d’Obrennan in Calgary,
What do we do with the story of the Rich Man and Lazarus? Is it proof of a literal Lake of Fire? Is it a parable? Is it to be taken literally? Allegorically? In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett dig deep into the mailbag and answer John Cowper’s question about this divisive parable, and what it meant to the first century Jewish mind. We also heard from Jeff Burman,
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett are treated to a rare appearance from Michael Blanch, who is the Vice President of Mike Williams Ministries and the Gospel Revolution. Michael talked much about his history both with Christianity and the Gospel Revolution. He shared what it was like to come to understand the gospel and had a very astute summation of the result of the
In this week’s Powercast, Mike and Beres take another email from Wayne Leis in Ontario, Canada. Then the boys get back to addressing Jim Richards’ letter against Mike Williams and the gospel. A number of things are addressed in Jim’s letter, and Beres and Mike each make some statements that really shut the door on Jim’s attack but the lead-up to these statements can’t
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett pick up from last week’s cliffhanger episode in which they reached a topic from Shean Smith’s letter. The final part of Shean’s letter is addressed to answer what was left of last week’s Powercast, and then they went on to address Jim Richards’ letter against Mike Williams and the gospel. The entire episode
In this week’s Powercast, Mike and Beres take quite a bit of feedback and have a lively discussion and answer session to these Gospel Revolutionaries. This week we heard from Wayne Leis in Ontario, Canada, Paul Havard in England, Vic d’Obrenan in Alberta, Canada and Shean Smith in Alabama, USA. The Gospel Revolution is truly a global movement.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett continue addressing Jim Richards’ lengthy letter against Mike and the gospel line by line and point by point. In reading the letter, it is apparent that Jim uses five words regularly used in Christian doctrine yet Jim’s own definitions of those words seem to change throughout the letter to serve his purpose in making his
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams talks with Beres Bartlett about seeing the movie “The Shack.” We also heard from Shean Smith in Alabama who asked about being rejected by Christians when leaving church. Finally, Mike and Beres address yet another accusation from Jim Richards in his letter against Mike and the gospel. Jim accuses Mike and the Gospel Revolution of rejecting
This week’s Powercast is a special excerpt from the recent conference in Calgary on the subject of predestination. This is the first session that Mike taught at the conference. As Beres says in the introduction to this episode, “It had Nothing to do with You, and It had Everything to do with You.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett take questions from Vic d’Obrenan in Alberta, Canada, Wayne Leis in Ontario, Canada and Ted James Winsett in Alabama. Mike and Beres also address another accusation from Jim Richards’ article against Mike and the gospel.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett take a number of questions in a truly eye-opening episode of our weekly Powercasts. We got to hear from Michael Turi in Pennsylvania, Shean Smith in Alabama, Vic d’Obrenan in Alberta, David Wiebe in Saskatchewan and Al Vitali in Georgia.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett address Jim Richards who wrote an article against Mike and the gospel. We also heard from Bernie Rouse in Michigan.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett address “the Lord’s Prayer” and specifically the part about God’s will being done. Due to some technical issues, this is a very brief Powercast.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett had a blast addressing another talking point in Jim Richards’ letter against Mike and the gospel. We also got to hear from Paul Viggers in England, Danny Rouse in Michigan and Rob Vacanti in Minnesota.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett take a few questions from Daniel Rouse and Wayne Leis, and then pick back up on addressing Jim Richards’ letter against Mike and the gospel. In this episode, Jim is exposed for his lack of knowledge of what the gospel and the Gospel Revolution say about the law, being law and being “antinomian” (anti-law.), of which
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett addressed questions and comments from three Gospel Revolutionaries; Vic d’Obrenan in Alberta, Canada, Danny Minaskanians in California, and our own Randy French. This Powercast is a good follow-up to last week’s Powercast on pre-destination and clarifies an oft-quoted statement made by the Apostle Paul in his letter to
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett take on one of the most outlandish claims made by Jim Richards in his letter against Mike Williams and the gospel. We also got to hear from Rob Vacanti in Minnesota and Vic d’Obrenan in Alberta, Canada.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett take on a very hot topic that has existed for ages in Christendom, which is the teaching of “predestination.” In addressing Jim Richard’s letter against Mike and the gospel, Jim challenges predestination and Mike and Beres accept the challenge. We also hear from long-time Gospel Revolutionary Robert May, who posits
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett are joined by special guest Glenn Klein. They address another talking-point in Jim Richards’ letter against Mike and the gospel, which is the “Sovereignty of God” concept. In this episode, we find that this concept is found nowhere in the Bible, and Mike also brings up some interesting points about predestination,
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett address yet another talking point in Jim Richards’ letter against Mike Williams and the gospel. This time they expose how Jim, keeping true to Christianity, bases his doctrines on taking verses out of context.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett address another contradictory talking-point from Jim Richards’ letter against Mike and the gospel. Mike and Beres also address an email from Bernie Rouse of Michigan, which leads to an interesting revelation about Christian testimonies.
In this special Powercast, Mike Williams explains how that whenever the books of Moses are read – even the Ten Commandments, we are blinded to the ministry of the spirit of grace and the truth about the gospel, and we are ministered with death.
In this weeks episode of the Gospel Revolution Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett close in on the remaining points in Jim Richard’s lengthy letter against Mike Williams and the gospel.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett again address another section of Jim Richards’ letter against Mike and the gospel pertaining to law and his accusation that our grace message is “leaven.” It is a very defining powercast with an in-depth, contextual, verse-by-verse study of passages of the New Testament.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett take and answer questions from several people. We heard from Vic d’Obrenan in Alberta, Wayne Leis in Ontario, Chris Harrison in Alabama and new Gospel Revolutionary Ryan Farrel.
In this week’s Powercast, we hear from Wayne Leis of Ontario with a question about a certain translation of the Book of Romans. Mike and Beres then proceed to address Jim Richards’ letter against Mike and the gospel on the issue of sin.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett tackle another point Jim Richards made in his letter against Mike and the gospel. They discuss whether or not we are in covenant with God. We also got to hear from Doug Salonen in Wisconsin.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett address another talking point in Jim Richards’ letter against Mike Williams and the gospel. They take issue with Jim’s waffling on what grace and what he said grace does. Mike makes a definitive distinction between grace and mercy and their respective purposes.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett once again address Jim Richards’ letter against Mike Williams and the gospel. Jim claims we “slaughter pastors” for receiving tithes and then calls us “anti-law.” We, however, are not against the law, but we do not parcel the law as they do because our freedom is from the law and you can’t parcel
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In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett respond once again to Jim Richards’ letter against Mike Williams and the gospel. We also had the pleasure of hearing from James Gustafson of Saskatchewan and Wayne Leis of Ontario.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett discuss yet another point in Jim Richards’ letter against Mike Williams and the gospel. We also got to hear from Pastor Arville Cline and Yvonne DeCleene.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett continue their discussion of Jim Richards’ 20-page letter against Mike Williams and the gospel. In this episode, some of Jim’s motives are exposed along with his fears.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett continue to discuss points made in Jim Richards’ letter against Mike Williams and the gospel.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett resume addressing the article written by a former colleague of Mike’s against Mike and against the gospel.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams responds to an article written by Jim Richards who is a former colleague of Mike’s because Jim tries to discredit Mike and the gospel in that article.
This week’s Powercast is the second installment in the series “Things Paul Taught that the Disciples Never Taught”. Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett discuss many things relating to why the new heaven and new earth are already a gospel reality. Things like “predestination” and being “called” and “chosen” become relevant to understanding the
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett discuss a lot of things about the difference before the cross and after the cross, which culminates in coming to understand the difference Jesus made in humanity and not looking for evidence of a difference Jesus makes in you.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett discuss a call Mike got from Al Vitali in Gainesville, GA that led to an interesting process and resolution. To listen to this Powercast, please click on the following link: God Never had a Plan B
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams explore the tree of life, the tree of the knowledge and the tree that Christ died on. In their musing, they happen upon Psalm 1 and the judgment of the ungodly.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett explore what having been made one with God means and delve into a passage from the Book of Hebrews.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams is still busy moving in to his new house, so our special guest Mel Martin of Gainesville, Georgia joins Beres Bartlett for a chat. These two Gospel Revolutionaries pick each other’s brains with what they’ve realized after having come to the knowledge of the gospel. You can also speak to other Gospel Revolutionaries by joining our Facebook
In this week’s Powercast, Beres Bartlett interviews our guest Derek Hensel again after the Gospel Revolution Summer conference in Calgary. The term “cognitive dissonance” comes up in the conversation and is returned to throughout the interview in illustrating how the religious mind holds two conflicting ideas at the same time.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett address an email from Wayne Card of Ontario, Canada who had forwarded a correspondence he had with author Steve McVey. There were a number of things mentioned in the email that were just doctrines that McVey referred to which were from people who had nothing to do with the Biblical texts they based their doctrines on, which Mike said
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett discuss the popular fallacy that many people think the goal of salvation was to take us back to the condition of man in the garden of Eden and why it is wrong.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett tackle the fact that there is no instruction book to the application of the gospel. Mike simply points out that he and we have “achieved” in understanding the gospel was through nothing more than CPR, the Consistent Persistent Repetition of the gospel in our thinking. That in itself will adjust dealing with and differentiating
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett take a question from Mel Martin in Gainesville, Georgia. They then start to talk about what a “baby Christian” means and if there is such a thing as a “baby spirit” in a person.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett take a question from Bernie Rouse in Michigan about who was recreated in Christ. The conversation leads to a discussion about physical and spiritual mortality and how they differ.
In this week’s Powercast, we have a special guest. Beres Bartlett interviews Derek Hensel, a newcomer to the Gospel Revolution. The discussion is about the paradigm change that happens when one goes from doctrines of traditional Christianity to those of the gospel of grace and peace. Derek gives some insight to his own “unlearning” process.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett tell us what all has been happening in the past three weeks with the Gospel Revolution staff. They then move on to discuss the love and jealousy of God, the armor of God and what being born of God does and does not imply.
This special edition of the Gospel Revolution Powercast was recorded in Marion, Illinois. This is session one of the series Christ the Teacher Vs. the Risen Christ. In this session, Mike introduces a comparison of Jesus as a teacher during his three-year ministry prior to the crucifixion and contrasts that role to his role as risen Savior.
This has been a busy week for the us here at the Gospel Revolution, so this week’s episode is a special presentation from the 2016 Gospel Revolution Winter conference. In this episode, Beres Bartlett presents a synopsis of the history of organized Christianity from the time of Christ’s ministry to the Protestant Reformation.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett once again explore the gospel of peace and the issue of God’s anger and the implications thereof. We also got to hear from Wayne Leis of Ontario who also had something to say about the anger of God.
This week in the Gospel Revolution Powercast, in the next episode of “The Gospel of Peace” series, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett continue to explore the anger of God that was resolved at the cross. We also got to hear from Yvonne DeCleene in Wisconsin and Paul Mason in the UK with their own comments on the gospel.
In this sixth installment of “The Gospel of Peace” series, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett pick up where they left off about the debate of whether God was ever angry. Mike addresses an assertion some people are now making that God was never angry and how that actually comes from them judging God by his actions.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett continue in our series, “The Gospel of Peace.” In this episode, Mike elaborates on what Paul said about the gospel is the power of God, that that gospel is a story. The gospel reveals that God is at peace with every single person who has ever lived and, with that understanding, we start to become at peace with ourselves
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams continue in “The Gospel of Peace” series picking up where they left off in the book of Exodus. We have often emphasized that the gospel is the power of God. Mike has said that “the gospel is nothing more than news and nothing less than the power of God.” In this episode, it becomes clear that the power is in the story. We also
This week, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett take on a lot of questions from Bernie Rouse in Michigan, Wayne Card, Jody Leis and Wayne Leis in Canada, Doug Salonen in Wisconsin and Derek Hensel in New Hampshire. Mike and Beres then move on to their next segment in this series on the gospel of peace about Israel’s escape from Egypt and their experience at Mount Sinai.
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett have a special return guest, Grant Miller. Grant is the author of Think and Be Free, a book he wrote as his thinking had gone through changes from the Christian paradigms he was raised with to understanding the gospel of peace and grace. A few years after writing his book, Grant had a motorcycle accident and lost the lower part of one
In this week’s Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett continue The Gospel of Peace series with why the gospel of peace is fundamentally important and a stand-alone pillar of the gospel itself. We also got to hear from Wayne Leis in Ontario, Canada and Derek Hensel in New Hampshire.
In this special Easter Message, we hear from Beres Bartlett why the resurrection of Christ is paramount to the gospel. Beres lays out an entire argument for why the resurrection had to have been an actual event.
This week, Mike Williams returns to his roots of when he first started preaching the gospel of peace. Mike and Beres discuss what it means that God is not angry. In this Powercast, Mike and Beres also took questions from Paul Viggers and Paul Havard in England as well as Derek Hensel in New Hampshire.
This week, Mike and Beres responded to questions and statements from John McLeod, James Gustafson, Vic d’Obrenan and Gordon Dorfer, all of Canada. Mike and Beres also discussed some of the dualistic concepts of other religions, primarily Buddhism.
In this week’s Powercast, we heard from Paul Viggers in England. Mike and Beres then began discussing the scriptural basis for hell and for heaven. It turns out hell is not something that was ever mentioned in the scriptures and heaven is not what the modern Christian concept of heaven is.
In this week’s Powercast, Beres Bartlett and Mike Williams get back to the topic of dualism and elaborate on the theory of hell as modern Christianity presents it versus Biblical evidence.
In this week’s Gospel Revolution Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett give us an update on the Gospel Revolution happening in Kenya thanks to Moses Ngata. We also got to hear from a bunch of people with great questions and comments including Philip Briattan, Jody Leis, Jeff Cosford, Wayne Card, Vic d’Obrenan, and Ethan (no surname given). There’s lots of condensed gospel
In this week’s Gospel Revolution Powercast, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett continue the discussion about morality versus spirituality and the subject of “besetting sins” comes up, which leads into a very transparent understanding of what a religious morality does to the human heart and mind. We also get to hear from Lana Hosea in Alberta and Cari and Jimmy McCollum in Alabama.
In this week’s Powercast, Beres Bartlett interviews two special guests. Cari and Jimmy McCollum were our guests on the show this week. They shared their individual experiences in Christianity and also the changes and developments in their lives since embracing the gospel of grace and peace.
Happy New Year! We are ushering in 2016 with this final Powercast of 2015. In this final episode of the year, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett discuss a few messages we received recently. They then talk about what their identity was in traditional Christianity compared to where they are now in light of knowing the gospel. It boils down to a comparison between a religious