Each week on Homegrown Faith pastors Jo Clark and Richard Sweatman talk together about God, the Bible, and the everyday life growing in faith in Jesus. Join them as they read God's word, grow together, and talk about what they're learning and doing in their Christian lives.Homegrown Faith is coming to you from Hunter Bible Church, in Newcastle Australia. We'd love to meet you and help you meet Jesus. Why not come and visit us? Check out www.hunterbiblechurch.org for more info.Reach Australia is a group of like-minded Christians who are on about seeing thousands of healthy, multiplying, evangelistic churches across Australia. For other great podcasts why not check out https://reachaustralia.com.au/reach-australia-podcast-network/
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Jo enjoys a weekend away with her Growth Group and Richard prepares for the cricket final. Jo and Richard discuss the affection and encouragement of Paul in Philippians 4 and further insights from Embracing Complementarianism more
Richard comes across a remarkable passage from Augustine and Jo braves Newcastles bus system. Richard learns from the wonderful 1 Timothy 4 and Jo skills up in leading a large group. more
Jo makes the most of her pool and Richard loses in chess. Jo shares why Philippians 2 put her on the right track and Richard grows in his forgiving capacity thanks to a new book by Tim Keller. more
Always good to have a listen and catch up on life and the learning of two friends. Always worth a listen.
Neither Richard nor Jo take themselves too seriously, but both take the Bible (and what it means for our lives) seriously. These two factors make this podcast a delight to listen to and an encouragement and challenge towards godly living.
This podcast has helped me rekindle my love for reading and especially for slowly thinking through the Bible in my quiet times. more
I hope you guys realise just how helpful and encouraging this podcast is. Thanks for taking the bold step to turn a simple life giving conversation into a podcast as a model for all Christians to enjoy the pleasures of this world and the treasures of scripture and Christian writings on a daily basis in relationship with others!
Encouraging, funny, easy to listen to- perfect length for a load of dishes and a kitchen tidy 😄. Good combo of laughter and banter serious Bible content and real ministry questions. Thanks!
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