Moses wants to see the glory of God and wants to know the ways of God. He has 4 questions for God that are only answered in part....until the full answers come in Jesus.Read More
Caleb Cochran has been working as the Preaching and Outreach Minister with the Rockville Church of Christ in Rockville, MD, since 2014. He joined "walkinginhisfootsteps" in 2015.
Racism and Ethnocentrism are at the heart of many of the world's atrocities throughout history. They are also hot topics in 2015 America. And these are major biblical topics in both testaments. So how does the Gospel shed light where other approaches fail?Read More
We tend to jump to taking political party positions when ENVIRONMENT is brought up. But what can we learn from Genesis and throughout the rest of Scripture about land and resource stewardship, cultivation, and sustainability? You may be surprised about how much the Bible discusses these issues.Read More
Genesis tells us the creation is good! But we can abuse that goodness on 2 ends of a spectrum: Asceticism (taking Fasting to the extreme) or Indulgence (taking Feasting to the extreme). We discuss food, sex, and other elements of the creation in connecting Genesis 1 with 1 Timothy 4.Read More
You may think DEPENDENCE is just a topic for those who have struggled with substance abuse, but both the Old and New Testaments tell us it's an issue we all face in different ways. We connect Jeremiah 2 with Romans 1 in discussing the addictive cycle and the hope of redirecting our dependent nature.Read More
As a followup to our last podcast, we look at the rest of Daniel 7 as it relates to us as the stewards of the Kingdom of God in the Christian Age. You might discover a new angle for motivation for yourself and fellow Christians when you realize the value God places on your role as a Kingdom Steward.Read More
A weekly podcast for Bible teachers, ministers, and all Christians interested in understanding the links between the Old and New Testaments. We will cover a variety of Biblical Topics in light of how Old and New Testament texts serve as commentaries for one another. Our goal is to go deeper with some interesting and practical issues that are often neglected. I hope you'll join us! And help us gain followers!