Baptists, Bulletins, and Bedtime

Here’s a 10 minute clip from my talk at LIBERATE 2014…

  • Shaun Shahan says:

    I have listened to this at least 50 encouraging, Thank you

  • Steve Martin says:


    (And a very funny start!)

    Now…how can we be assured of all that? Where does it touch down? Where are those promises made tangible in our lives?

    Baptism…and the Lord’s Supper.

    Having trouble believing that radical gospel, life-giving Word?

    Then taste it. The return to your Baptism. And KNOW that it is…for you!

    ( I just could not resist ratcheting up the radicality a little bit more : ) )

  • Wendy Alvarez says:

    Powerful, profound & simple…. thank you for always helping me see grace in a whole new light. Your book “One Way Love” is life-changing. I stumbled across it and Callie, your “running” friend, and I’ve been so blessed by you and her both. Thank you! :)

  • Ruth says:

    Like Shaun, I’ve watched this over and over. And, I’ve sent this clip to several friends and family, praying that they hear the gospel of grace. It is finished!!

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  • Kevin says:

    Powerful message. Can’t wait for my two daughters to hear it. I love when God speaks through people.

  • Stacy says:

    This is true Christianity. Thank You, Jesus!

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