Sam Jolman joins the Gary Wilkerson Podcast to talk about the transformational power of being curious about ourselves and others.
This week on the Gary Wilkerson podcast we discuss how psychology can become part of the way pastors support the people in their congregations.
Although they obviously never met, Sigmund Freud, agnostic and slightly demented psychologist, agreed on one point with the eminent theologian John Wesley: people are terrible.
Freud made an admirable, life-long habit of responding personally in letters to anyone who wrote him, even if they were not a fan. Pastor Oskar Pfister was a friend of Freud’s, but he also qualified as a critic. While he agreed with some of Freud’s psychoanalytic philosophies, others disturbed him.
In the final episode of this three-part series, Keith Holloway explores victory over sin and the very real danger of false repentance.
In episode two of this series, Keith Holloway looks at how God calls people away from sin and toward himself.
Search me, O God, and know my heart! Try me and know my thoughts! And see if there be any grievous way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting!
And I will give you a new heart, and a new spirit I will put within you. And I will remove the heart of stone from your flesh and give you a heart of flesh.
In the first episode of this three part series, Keith Holloway looks at the difference between a nation that stands and a nation that falls.
Some of you have been battling a habitual pattern of sin for a long time. You’ve prayed; you’ve cried; you’ve hoped for freedom; you’ve fasted; you’ve been through counseling; you’ve confessed it to friends; you have an accountability group.
But that thing is still like a thorn in your heart. It’s coming against you powerfully, and you’re wondering, “When will I be free from this?”