Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Podcast News

New broadcasts are regularly aired and posted at Greenville Seminary's Confessing Our Hope internet radio program. Here is the latest edition hosted by our podcaster Bill Hill.

Dr. Nick Willborn, adjunct professor of church history at Greenville Seminary, is our guest as we talk about the “Confessional Presbyterian.”

Upcoming: More "Faith and Practice" broadcasts in which GPTS President Joseph Pipa answers listener questions.

Podcast Host Bill Hill Shares His New Pastoral Ministry in Newspaper Interview

"There is a new man of God in town, and he is providing leadership to a church that has long needed it."

That's the lead paragraph of a story in The McDowell News online edition featuring an interview with 2016 GPTS graduate and COH podcast host William Hill. In the article, Rev. Hill discusses his ministry at Landis Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Marion, N.C., a small church that had a vacant pulpit for six years before he accepted the call there. 

“Our core mission as a church is what I call historic Christianity. Our central issue in worship every week is the unapologetic preaching of God’s word. We live in a society where everything is so informal that it’s a shock for some to come here because we are very formal. But, we are very friendly and very loving and reach out to people as much as we can,” he said.

Read full article here.

Other Podcasting News

Dr. Michael Morales, GPTS professor of biblical studies, hosted an edition of the New Books Network podcast recently, interviewing the co-author of Making All Things New, Benjamin L. Gladd. The book investigates the interface between eschatology (the study of last things) and pastoral ministry, and demonstrates how biblical theology applies to the church.