Self-control is an interesting term in the Christian life. It is listed in the fruits of the Spirit … so is it something we do or something God does in us? In this discussion, Eric Ludy and Nathan Johnson answer the question why self-control is essential in the Christian life, and what it looks like to have it.
With a passionate heart for Christian discipleship, the majesty and centrality of Jesus Christ, and the life-changing power of the Gospel, the Daily Thunder podcast is a daily teaching series from the Bible to exhort, equip, and encourage Christians down the Narrow Way of the Cross. Taught by Eric Ludy, Nathan Johnson, and other guests – now you can have a little of the Ellerslie Discipleship boom, grit, and oomph thundering daily in your earbuds.
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In this special series looking at the blessing we have from God, Nathan Johnson discusses the blessings we have in the Father as found in Ephesians 1:3-6. Discover the amazing reality that you have been adopted, chosen, and called to be holy and blameless.
Leslie continues her study on godly discernment, exposing common trendy messages in Christianity today and contrasting them with Biblical truth.
We know prayer is important, but too many Christians overlook this “secret” in their praying. Join Eric Ludy and Nathan Johnson in a discussion talking about what the often overlooked secret to prayer is.
There were likely many many trees in the Garden of Eden, but God zooms in and focuses on two very specific ones — the Tree of Life and the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil. Why is that? Eric unpacks this mystery and demonstrates how the entire idea of Biblical faith can be understood in and through the lesson of these two trees.
Throughout Christian history, there has been a biblical truth which enabled the heroes of old to stand firm in times of great hostility (even their own deaths). Their secret? Patience. In this timely discussion, Eric Ludy and Nathan Johnson talk about what true patience is biblically and how it will enable you to stand firm in times of great trial and difficulty.