#18: Christians in Law
We have seen vocational diversity in the Church from the New Testament era to our modern day. Having brothers and sisters serving in various fields of influence enables us to gain valuable insights and have a distinctly Christian voice from all different walks of life. Listen in as Dr. Smith and attorney Kathryn Freeman discuss various political, judicial, and biblical issues.
#17: Pastor and Politician | Pastor James Gailliard
Recently, Dr. Smith spoke with Pastor James Gailliard of Word Tabernacle in Rocky Mount, NC. Pastor Gailliard serves his local district in the North Carolina General Assembly. Take a listen to hear from Pastor Gailliard's unique perspective as an elected official who serves as a Southern Baptist Pastor.
#16: What Pastors Wish You Knew
Over the past year, we have seen an alarming number of individuals struggling with depression and mental illness. But is this a new issue, or an old one that we are just starting to recognize? Listen as Michael Crawford and Dan Hyun discuss the important topic of mental health in ministry. 
#15: The Dynamic Challenges of Christian Parenting
Parenting is always difficult. But being in ministry presents additional challenges that can be overwhelming. Listen in as Pastor Chris Davis and his wife Morgan discuss some of the dynamic challenges of Christian parenting.
There’s No Going Back
I remember brainstorming back in early May with my youth ministry team about what to do for our high school graduates. How could we best approximate what we normally did for our grads?
#14: Teaching from Genesis with Dr. Ken Keathley
Listen in as Dr. Ken Keathley of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary discusses some important aspects of understanding and teaching the Book of Genesis. 
#13: Christian Unity and Politics
We recently had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Joel Carwile of First Baptist Church in Athens, Alabama. Listen in as Dr. Smith and Dr. Carwile discuss how to engage in political discourse while maintaining authentic Christian unity.  
Respond, No Matter What
When unlikely people step out for God amid overwhelming odds, something much more discernible than a Magic Eye image appears. The high definition image of His glory practically jumps out for all to see.
#12: Mental Health in Pastoral Ministry
It is important to remember that our pastors are people. They are vulnerable to the same challenges and struggles as congregation members. Michael Crawford and Tally Wilgis recently discussed some of the challenges that pastors face regarding mental health and managing high-expectations.
#11: Preaching and Evangelism with Dr. Merritt
Recently, we had Dr. James Merritt on the podcast to discuss the importance of preaching and evangelism in our churches and communities. Listen in for some practical and compelling truth with regard to living out the Great Commission.
Forgive Past Offenses
If Joseph had held a grudge, his leadership would have been in jeopardy. He would not have been able to carry out his duties effectively while holding ulterior motives.
Flee Sexual Sin
On April 15, 1912, at 2:20 a.m., the RMS Titanic, with most of her 2,200 passengers and crew aboard, sank in the frigid North Atlantic waters about 400 miles south of Newfoundland.  Only 705 people survived.