Tag: Discipleship

When our First Amendment “rights” conflict with Romans 15:20

After I preached my sermon a fellow in line began asking serious questions. But while we were talking another preacher arrived and began to preach over our conversation. As you’ll see in the below video, when I spoke to the other preacher about it, letting him know that it was inappropriate, he began arguing for

Responding to a YouTuber’s comment “Am I still a “sinner?”

YouTuber Tom Dutch inputted the following comment under one of my videos. I believe Tom’s comment is reasonable. Therefore below is my response. Tom thank you for your comment. Yes you are partially correct, and yes perhaps I do say that too much. But let us not forget that the Apostle Paul referred to himself

A video teaching of Psalm chapter 1:1-3, by Bill Rhetts (whom Christians are ‘not’ to “walk” with, obeying God’s Law, and Biblical Christianity in a postmodern era & how to prosper)

As I prepared for this expository study (other than one scholar), I studied under the teachings of scholars from the 1400’s up to the 1800’s. Therefore, this teaching will not be ‘watered down’ with contemporary fruffles. We will learn of the dangers of ‘walking’ with non-saved ‘friends.’ We will also learn how to ‘Biblically’ love