The Filter: Robert Schuller, Gangham Style, John MacArthur, Pat Robertson, and Fireman Ed

It’s time for this week’s installment of The Filter with Matt Steen and myself.

What are we trying to prove?  Nothing, really… it’s just two normal guys talking about ‘churchy’ stuff… the things that interest us in the church and ministry leadership world.

We hope that you will be challenged.

We think you’ll probably disagree with us (at least once each week).

But if love  Jesus, and the church, we think you just might like The Filter.

Just sayin’.  Here’s this week’s episode for your viewing pleasure:

SHOW NOTES:

Why we need to let our online memories go (0:01)

Schullers lose in big-time in court… still get $615,625 (4:05)

Pat Robertson admits he missed God’s voice on the election… (6:10)

Is John MacArthur going multisite? (12:25)

When America’s Pastor Goes Gangham Style (15:19)

Rick Warren on gay marriage (19:19)

The Cheering Stops for Fireman Ed (24:50)

The Annual Christmas vs Holiday Tree Debate (29:55)

My Take: #GivingTuesday creates better Christmas narrative than Black Friday (33:20)

True or False: If you’re not growing, something’s wrong (36:55)

What would happen if North Point Church exploded (literally)? (42:50)

4 Comments

  • John December 4, 2012 Reply

    Todd – 57:02! Do you have a version for WORKING pastors?
    Seriously – I’d love to hear the discussion, but can you condense a little?

    • Todd Rhoades December 4, 2012 Reply

      Ha! Yeah, John, we’re working on a different format that should debut shortly. Shorter shows… one topic each… about 5 minutes long.

      That’s what happens when you get two friends that like to talk!

      Todd

      • John December 4, 2012 Reply

        That sounds like a more “user friendly” format!

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