Confessional Collective

We’re back! This week the guys take a look at Samuel Miller’s sermon, The Importance of Mature Preparatory Study for the Ministry. Is seminary required? What about people who don’t have that available to them as a resource?

We're back! This week the guys take a look at Samuel Miller's sermon, The Importance of Mature Preparatory Study for the Ministry. Is seminary required? What about people who don't have that available to them as a resource? How do we navigate a world where it seems that everyone is an ‘expert'?

#60 Coram Deo

Fri May 11 2018

What does it look like to live before the face of God? The guys discuss what this looks like regarding sanctification as well as the enjoyment and worship of God.

What does it look like to live before the face of God? The guys discuss what this looks like regarding sanctification as well as the enjoyment and worship of God.

#59 Preach the Word

Tue Apr 24 2018

This week the guys discuss the important privilege and responsibility of preaching the word. What should preparation to preach look like? Who is called to preach? How do you pronounce Brian Chapell’s last name? We’ve got answers.

This week the guys discuss the important privilege and responsibility of preaching the word. What should preparation to preach look like? Who is called to preach? How do you pronounce Brian Chapell's last name? We've got answers.

#58 Ministering to Women

Wed Apr 04 2018

This week, the guys have a special guest from 20schemes in Edinburgh, Scotland, Sharon Dickens. She has been involved in women’s ministry for over 15 years. She shares some wisdom on the why, the who, and the how of ministering to women.

This week, the guys have a special guest from 20schemes in Edinburgh, Scotland, Sharon Dickens. She has been involved in women's ministry for over 15 years. She shares some wisdom on the why, the who, and the how of ministering to women.

#57 Biblical Eldership

Wed Mar 28 2018

This week, the guys discuss the qualifications for a church elder. What responsibilities does an elder have? What might disqualify one from eldership?

This week, the guys discuss the qualifications for a church elder. What responsibilities does an elder have? What might disqualify one from eldership?

This week, Aaron is in Middlesbrough, England visiting with Ian Williamson, the pastor of New Life Church. In this episode, they discuss the spiritual culture of England and more specifically, what it is like to plant a church in an urban poor area.

This week, Aaron is in Middlesbrough, England visiting with Ian Williamson, the pastor of New Life Church. In this episode, they discuss the spiritual culture of England and more specifically, what it is like to plant a church in an urban poor area.

Alliteration reigns supreme in this episode! This week, the discussion centers around the importance of discipleship and church disciple, specifically in the local church. Are the guys taking on too much? You be the judge.

Alliteration reigns supreme in this episode! This week, the discussion centers around the importance of discipleship and church disciple, specifically in the local church. Are the guys taking on too much? You be the judge.

#54 To The Glory Of God

Thu Feb 15 2018

What does it mean to do something “to the glory of God”? It’s a phrase we toss around a lot, but do we really consider what that looks like. The guys discuss vocation, recreation, and the Indianapolis Colts new head coach.

What does it mean to do something “to the glory of God”? It's a phrase we toss around a lot, but do we really consider what that looks like. The guys discuss vocation, recreation, and the Indianapolis Colts new head coach.

#53 Biographies

Thu Feb 08 2018

Why read biographies? The guys discuss the importance of this genre of books, and give some examples of books that have made an impact on their lives and ministries.

Why read biographies? The guys discuss the importance of this genre of books, and give some examples of books that have made an impact on their lives and ministries.

#52 The Communion of Saints

Thu Feb 01 2018

This week, Aaron and Chris are joined by two of our church planting interns, Malcolm Griswold and Eric Keel. They discuss the importance of Christian fellowship, and not just church potlucks. They also cover important topics such as: personalized licen...

This week, Aaron and Chris are joined by two of our church planting interns, Malcolm Griswold and Eric Keel. They discuss the importance of Christian fellowship, and not just church potlucks. They also cover important topics such as: personalized license plates and the Super Bowl (fly Eagles, fly!).

This week they guys discuss the importance of the simplicity of worship (Word & sacrament) and how liturgy serves this end. Enjoy!

This week they guys discuss the importance of the simplicity of worship (Word & sacrament) and how liturgy serves this end. Enjoy!

#50 Prayer

Wed Jan 17 2018

This week the guys discuss the importance of prayer with the help of a short book by Michael Reeves called Enjoy Your Prayer Life.

This week the guys discuss the importance of prayer with the help of a short book by Michael Reeves called Enjoy Your Prayer Life.

#49 We’re Back!

Tue Jan 09 2018

After a long hiatus…the Confessional Collective podcast is back! Aaron and Chris spend some time catching everyone up on what has been going on and what the plans are for the future of the Confessional Collective.

After a long hiatus…the Confessional Collective podcast is back! Aaron and Chris spend some time catching everyone up on what has been going on and what the plans are for the future of the Confessional Collective. We hope you are looking forward to new ‘casts as much as we are!

#48 Repentance

Wed May 24 2017

This week the guys look at repentance. It is a necessary part of the Christian life, but what does it look like? What is the balance between being crushed by guilt and presuming on the grace of God? We hope this is encouraging and helpful!

This week the guys look at repentance. It is a necessary part of the Christian life, but what does it look like? What is the balance between being crushed by guilt and presuming on the grace of God? We hope this is encouraging and helpful!

#47 Faith

Wed May 17 2017

This week the guys discuss faith. Specifically, saving faith in Christ, the object of our faith, as well as faith in the truth of the Word of God. They discuss the ordinary means of grace and the obedience that springs from faith in Christ.

This week the guys discuss faith. Specifically, saving faith in Christ, the object of our faith, as well as faith in the truth of the Word of God. They discuss the ordinary means of grace and the obedience that springs from faith in Christ.

#46 Sanctification

Wed May 03 2017

This week they guys discuss the vital but often misunderstood doctrine of sanctification. What does sanctification actually mean? How do we avoid both legalism and license? What are the practical effects and outworkings of sanctification?

This week they guys discuss the vital but often misunderstood doctrine of sanctification. What does sanctification actually mean? How do we avoid both legalism and license? What are the practical effects and outworkings of sanctification?

#45 Adoption

Thu Apr 27 2017

This week the guys discuss the doctrine of adoption. Not only are we justified and made legally right before God, we are invited into his family as sons of God and co-heirs with Christ. We hope the discussion on this very important doctrine is beneficial.

This week the guys discuss the doctrine of adoption. Not only are we justified and made legally right before God, we are invited into his family as sons of God and co-heirs with Christ. We hope the discussion on this very important doctrine is beneficial.

#44 Justification

Wed Apr 19 2017

Justification by faith alone is a vital doctrine of the Christian faith, but where do people misunderstand it? What do we mean by the passive and active obedience of Christ? How does our justification impact mission?

Justification by faith alone is a vital doctrine of the Christian faith, but where do people misunderstand it? What do we mean by the passive and active obedience of Christ? How does our justification impact mission?

#43 Effectual Calling

Wed Apr 12 2017

This week is about the “I” in TULIP; effectual calling. The guys discuss the irresistible grace given to the elect and the common push back against this doctrine. They also handle what the confessions have to say about the delicate topic of what happen...

This week is about the “I” in TULIP; effectual calling. The guys discuss the irresistible grace given to the elect and the common push back against this doctrine. They also handle what the confessions have to say about the delicate topic of what happens to those who die in infancy.

#42 Free Will

Wed Apr 05 2017

This week the guys tackle free will along with the many questions that come up regularly in the discussion. Are we really free to make our own choices? If God is sovereign does that mean he is the author of sin? Why evangelize?

This week the guys tackle free will along with the many questions that come up regularly in the discussion. Are we really free to make our own choices? If God is sovereign does that mean he is the author of sin? Why evangelize?

Chris and Zac were unavailable for this week’s podcast, so Aaron sits down with a previous guest, Luke Potter. Luke is a church planter and professor at the University of Notre Dame. They discuss philosophy in relation to apologetics as well as the Lor...

Chris and Zac were unavailable for this week's podcast, so Aaron sits down with a previous guest, Luke Potter. Luke is a church planter and professor at the University of Notre Dame. They discuss philosophy in relation to apologetics as well as the Lord's Supper.

#40 Christ the Mediator

Wed Mar 22 2017

This week the guys discuss Christ’s role as mediator. The topic takes us into necessary discussion about the nature of Christ and who Christ is the mediator for (the elect), as well as his continuing roles as prophet, priest, and king.

This week the guys discuss Christ's role as mediator. The topic takes us into necessary discussion about the nature of Christ and who Christ is the mediator for (the elect), as well as his continuing roles as prophet, priest, and king.

#39 Covenant Part 2

Wed Mar 15 2017

This week the guys finish their discussion on covenants. They discuss both baptism and the Lord’s supper and how covenant theology effects how we understand and participate in them.

This week the guys finish their discussion on covenants. They discuss both baptism and the Lord's supper and how covenant theology effects how we understand and participate in them.

#38 Covenant Part 1

Wed Mar 08 2017

This week the guys begin to dig into covenant theology. They discuss the unity between the various reformed confessions as well as the differences. We are encouraged by the fact that though we differ in some respects (Baptists, Presbyterians,

This week the guys begin to dig into covenant theology. They discuss the unity between the various reformed confessions as well as the differences. We are encouraged by the fact that though we differ in some respects (Baptists, Presbyterians, Dutch Reformed, etc.) we can meet in the hallways of our doctrinal beliefs and have beneficial conversations in brotherly fellowship.  We hope this conversation brings clarity and unity rather than division. This a longer conversation so we split it into tw ...

#37 The Fall

Wed Mar 01 2017

This week the guys deal with the fall. How has Adam’s sin effected us? How far has mankind truly fallen? The confessions have a lot to say on the topic, so does the world’s culture. The two are diametrically opposed and dealing with the way they collid...

This week the guys deal with the fall. How has Adam's sin effected us? How far has mankind truly fallen? The confessions have a lot to say on the topic, so does the world's culture. The two are diametrically opposed and dealing with the way they collide is important and practical.

#36 Providence

Wed Feb 22 2017

This week the guys discuss God’s decree through acts of providence. They talk about how they have personally experienced God’s providential care in their own lives. Scripture tells us that God is active and involved in His creation,

This week the guys discuss God's decree through acts of providence. They talk about how they have personally experienced God's providential care in their own lives. Scripture tells us that God is active and involved in His creation, working out His perfect plan. This gives us an incredible amount of peace within a turbulent world.

#35 Creation

Tue Feb 14 2017

This week the guys discuss creation. Questions about creation abound, and most of us have spent time thinking or discussing the topic. But which are the most important things to know? What does the Bible clearly tell us? Why did God create the world?

This week the guys discuss creation. Questions about creation abound, and most of us have spent time thinking or discussing the topic. But which are the most important things to know? What does the Bible clearly tell us? Why did God create the world? How did he create the world? How can we interact with those who disagree with us? The guys also get into the image of God in man in the context of creation.

#34 The Decree of God

Wed Feb 08 2017

This week the guys discuss the decree of God. They approach it both theologically and pastorally, addressing questions that are commonly asked when people deal with the sovereignty of God such as: If God is sovereign, why evangelize?

This week the guys discuss the decree of God. They approach it both theologically and pastorally, addressing questions that are commonly asked when people deal with the sovereignty of God such as: If God is sovereign, why evangelize? What about man's responsibility? Enjoy!

#33 Knowing God (Part 2)

Wed Feb 01 2017

This week we continue our discussion of the doctrine of God. What does it mean that God is a Spirit? What attributes does God share with us and which belong only to Him? We also discuss some current events and what they say about how the culture views ...

This week we continue our discussion of the doctrine of God. What does it mean that God is a Spirit? What attributes does God share with us and which belong only to Him? We also discuss some current events and what they say about how the culture views God. Enjoy!

#32 Knowing God (Part 1)

Wed Jan 25 2017

This week we begin our discussion on the doctrine of God. Is God truly knowable? If so, what can we know about him? It is a huge topic and we’re just scratching the surface. Hopefully it will spark some thought, reflection,

This week we begin our discussion on the doctrine of God. Is God truly knowable? If so, what can we know about him? It is a huge topic and we're just scratching the surface. Hopefully it will spark some thought, reflection, and worship in light of who God is.

#31 Scripturally Speaking

Wed Jan 18 2017

In our first episode with a new format, our hosts discuss the importance of Scripture. Why is Scripture dealt with so early on in each of the reformed confessions and what challenges do we face in our culture regarding the authority of Scripture today?

In our first episode with a new format, our hosts discuss the importance of Scripture. Why is Scripture dealt with so early on in each of the reformed confessions and what challenges do we face in our culture regarding the authority of Scripture today?

This week Aaron talks with Zac Fisher from Monroe Michigan about what it is like to be a confessional believer serving at a non-confessional church.   .

This week Aaron talks with Zac Fisher from Monroe Michigan about what it is like to be a confessional believer serving at a non-confessional church. .

This week’s guest is Luke Potter, EPC pastor and church planter. He is the pastor of New City Presbyterian Church in South Bend, Indiana and is an adjunct professor at Notre Dame University. He and Aaron discuss planting in an urban poor/university con...

This week's guest is Luke Potter, EPC pastor and church planter. He is the pastor of New City Presbyterian Church in South Bend, Indiana and is an adjunct professor at Notre Dame University. He and Aaron discuss planting in an urban poor/university context as well as what protestants may misunderstand about Catholics.

This week Aaron talks about worship and liturgy with a pastor of worship and liturgy, Chris Centola. Chris is a pastor at Oasis Community Church in Hesperia, CA. Enjoy!

This week Aaron talks about worship and liturgy with a pastor of worship and liturgy, Chris Centola. Chris is a pastor at Oasis Community Church in Hesperia, CA. Enjoy!

#27 Enduring Suffering – Jeremy Roth

Thu Aug 18 2016 (24:33)

This week Aaron discusses suffering and how Christians should walk through it in light of the gospel.

This week Aaron discusses suffering and how Christians should walk through it in light of the gospel.

We’re back! This week Aaron sits down with Detroit church planter, Brian Evans. They discuss his journey to reformed faith and why he believes it is so important that solid reformed churches are planted in the urban context.

We're back! This week Aaron sits down with Detroit church planter, Brian Evans. They discuss his journey to reformed faith and why he believes it is so important that solid reformed churches are planted in the urban context. Check out Brian's ministry at 5point7.org.

#25 Summer Camp 2016 – Jerry Croyts

Fri Jul 22 2016 (34:16)

This week, we’re at summer camp. Aaron interviews his longtime friend, Jerry Croyts. Jerry is the pastor of 1st Baptist church of Howland, Ohio. They discuss what it was like for him to revitalize his church as well as the benefits of a week long,

This week, we're at summer camp. Aaron interviews his longtime friend, Jerry Croyts. Jerry is the pastor of 1st Baptist church of Howland, Ohio. They discuss what it was like for him to revitalize his church as well as the benefits of a week long, Bible-centered camp.

#24 – Joe Holland

Wed Jul 13 2016 (54:45)

This week Aaron talks with pastor Joe Holland from Christ Covenant church in Culpeper, VA. The discuss the foundational importance of confessions to ministry, and specifically in church planting.

This week Aaron talks with pastor Joe Holland from Christ Covenant church in Culpeper, VA. The discuss the foundational importance of confessions to ministry, and specifically in church planting.

This week, Aaron talks with one of the founders of The Reformed Pub and co-host of the Reformed Pubcast, Les Lanphere. They discuss how the pub came about, the good that it does, and recent criticisms about it. They also discuss Les’ new film project,

This week, Aaron talks with one of the founders of The Reformed Pub and co-host of the Reformed Pubcast, Les Lanphere. They discuss how the pub came about, the good that it does, and recent criticisms about it. They also discuss Les' new film project, Calvinist. This movie is already fully funded on Kickstarter, but all additional funds will go to ensure that the film is as good as it can possibly be. You can donate to the project here.

#22 Organic Ministry

Wed Jun 29 2016 (01:05:04)

Today Aaron interviews a special guest about reaching a growing, yet difficult context. They address ways to engage the community in authentic and helpful ways.

Today Aaron interviews a special guest about reaching a growing, yet difficult context. They address ways to engage the community in authentic and helpful ways.

This week Aarons speaks with author and pastor, Dr Richard Phillips. Dr Phillips is the pastor of Second Presbyterian Church in Greenville, South Carolina and is the author of many Bible commentaries and other theological works. In the podcast,

This week Aarons speaks with author and pastor, Dr Richard Phillips. Dr Phillips is the pastor of Second Presbyterian Church in Greenville, South Carolina and is the author of many Bible commentaries and other theological works. In the podcast, we discuss his book on biblical manhood, The Masculine Mandate, as well as what it was like to plant a daughter church in Charleston.

This week Aaron is the one being interviewed. Several people have asked to hear a bit more about our host, so we have obliged. Learn about his background and what led him to start the Confessional Collective.

This week Aaron is the one being interviewed. Several people have asked to hear a bit more about our host, so we have obliged. Learn about his background and what led him to start the Confessional Collective.

#19 The Presbytery Inn – Devan Meade

Wed Jun 01 2016 (50:17)

This week Aaron talks with the Sole Proprietor of The Presbytery Inn, Devan Meade. Devan is also part of the Reformed Collective and the Reformed Pub. They discuss what it looks like to be an educated layman in the church as well as what the Inn is all...

This week Aaron talks with the Sole Proprietor of The Presbytery Inn, Devan Meade. Devan is also part of the Reformed Collective and the Reformed Pub. They discuss what it looks like to be an educated layman in the church as well as what the Inn is all about.

This week Aaron talks with his old friend, Tanner Cline, about what church revitalization in a rural context is like. Tanner is the pastor of Hopewell Presbyterian Church in Covington, GA.

This week Aaron talks with his old friend, Tanner Cline, about what church revitalization in a rural context is like. Tanner is the pastor of Hopewell Presbyterian Church in Covington, GA.

This week Aaron talks with Jemar Tisby, the president of the Reformed African American Network. They discuss race issues within the church as well as what reformed worship looks like in a minority context.

This week Aaron talks with Jemar Tisby, the president of the Reformed African American Network. They discuss race issues within the church as well as what reformed worship looks like in a minority context.

Our guest this week is Michael Beck, pastor of Gracenet Community Church in Wellington, New Zealand. They discuss the state of seminary education in New Zealand as well as the US, methods for training ministry candidates, and two kingdoms theology.

Our guest this week is Michael Beck, pastor of Gracenet Community Church in Wellington, New Zealand. They discuss the state of seminary education in New Zealand as well as the US, methods for training ministry candidates, and two kingdoms theology. Check out Michael's church at gracenet.co.nz and read his blog at toleratedsojourner.com.

This week Aaron interviews Dr Henry Jansma, an Anglican minster in New Jersey. He is also a regular contributor to the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals blog, Meet the Puritans. He shares his road through many denominations and traditions to the Angl...

This week Aaron interviews Dr Henry Jansma, an Anglican minster in New Jersey. He is also a regular contributor to the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals blog, Meet the Puritans. He shares his road through many denominations and traditions to the Anglican faith where he settled and planted All Souls Anglican Church in Cherry Hill, NJ.

#14 Staying Confessional – Adam Barr

Wed Apr 27 2016 (47:08)

This week Aaron sits down with Adam Barr, pastor of Peace Church in Middleville, MI. Adam is also the author of Compassion Without Compromise: How the Gospel Frees Us to Love Our Gay Friends Without Losing the Truth.

This week Aaron sits down with Adam Barr, pastor of Peace Church in Middleville, MI. Adam is also the author of Compassion Without Compromise: How the Gospel Frees Us to Love Our Gay Friends Without Losing the Truth. They discuss Adam's move from the Reformed Church of America to the Evangelical Presbyterian Church as well as the importance of how the church handles issues of homosexuality in today's church and culture.

This week Aaron talks with prospective church planter and author, Christ Poblete. Also on the show, is another prospective planter, JT Tarter. Check it out!

This week Aaron talks with prospective church planter and author, Christ Poblete. Also on the show, is another prospective planter, JT Tarter. Check it out!

This week Aaron talks with Cody Almanzar, the host of the Ordinary Pastor podcast. Cody is the one who helped encourage us to start this podcast so we owe him a great debt of gratitude. Enjoy, and be sure to check out The Ordinary Pastor as well.

This week Aaron talks with Cody Almanzar, the host of the Ordinary Pastor podcast. Cody is the one who helped encourage us to start this podcast so we owe him a great debt of gratitude. Enjoy, and be sure to check out The Ordinary Pastor as well.

This week Aaron talks with Jason Helopoulos about holiness, church planting, and family worship. Jason is the associate pastor at University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Mi. He wrote the book, A Neglected Grace: Family Worship in the Christian Home.

This week Aaron talks with Jason Helopoulos about holiness, church planting, and family worship. Jason is the associate pastor at University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Mi. He wrote the book, A Neglected Grace: Family Worship in the Christian Home.

This week Aaron speaks with Dr Jon Payne. Jon is the pastor of Christ Church Presbyterian in Charleston, SC. He also wrote the book, In the Splendor of Holiness: Rediscovering the Beauty of Reformed Worship for the 21st Century.

This week Aaron speaks with Dr Jon Payne. Jon is the pastor of Christ Church Presbyterian in Charleston, SC. He also wrote the book, In the Splendor of Holiness: Rediscovering the Beauty of Reformed Worship for the 21st Century. They talk about Church planting and the importance of reformed worship.

Cameron Triggs is the Pastor of Student Ministries at Shiloh Church in Jacksonville, FL. He studied at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando. Aaron and Cam discuss issues of race in the church as well as his personal passion, apologetics.

Cameron Triggs is the Pastor of Student Ministries at Shiloh Church in Jacksonville, FL. He studied at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando. Aaron and Cam discuss issues of race in the church as well as his personal passion, apologetics. You can visit his blog at camtriggs.com.

#7 Knowing Christ – Mark Jones

Wed Mar 09 2016 (51:54)

In this episode, Aaron talks with Dr Mark Jones about his book, Knowing Christ, as well as the recent Christological creed written by Ligonier. Mark serves as the pastor of Faith Vancouver Presbyterian Church in Vancouver, Canada.

In this episode, Aaron talks with Dr Mark Jones about his book, Knowing Christ, as well as the recent Christological creed written by Ligonier. Mark serves as the pastor of Faith Vancouver Presbyterian Church in Vancouver, Canada.

#6 Church Revitalization – Mike McKinley

Wed Mar 02 2016 (01:10:07)

This week Aaron talks with Mike McKinley, pastor of Sterling Park Baptist Church in Sterling, VA. He is also the author of Church Planting is For Wimps and the new book Church in Hard Places: How the Local Church Brings Life to the Poor and Needy.

This week Aaron talks with Mike McKinley, pastor of Sterling Park Baptist Church in Sterling, VA. He is also the author of Church Planting is For Wimps and the new book Church in Hard Places: How the Local Church Brings Life to the Poor and Needy. They discuss the challenges and blessings of church revitalization as well as how the gospel is spread the poor and needy in our various contexts.

#5 The Pastor/Scholar – Dr. Mark Garcia

Thu Feb 25 2016 (01:06:21)

This week Aaron talks with Dr. Mark Garcia. Mark is the pastor of Immanuel Presbyterian Church on the west side of Pittsburgh. He is also the President of Greystone Theological Institute. Among the topics of discussion are how scholarly theology impact...

This week Aaron talks with Dr. Mark Garcia. Mark is the pastor of Immanuel Presbyterian Church on the west side of Pittsburgh. He is also the President of Greystone Theological Institute. Among the topics of discussion are how scholarly theology impacts pastoral ministry.

This week, Aaron is joined by author, Mathew Sims. The discuss Mathews move from fundamental baptist to confessional presbyterian. Also discussed are the topics of depression, baptism, and the need for quality resources related to the reformed confessi...

This week, Aaron is joined by author, Mathew Sims. The discuss Mathews move from fundamental baptist to confessional presbyterian. Also discussed are the topics of depression, baptism, and the need for quality resources related to the reformed confessions. Mathew's book, We Believe: Creeds, Confessions, & Catechisms for Worship is available here. You can learn more about Mathew at his website, mathewbryansims.com.

#2 Redeemer Ann Arbor – Jim Mong

Wed Feb 03 2016 (56:27)

This week Aaron talks with Jim Mong. Jim is in the early stages of planting a church in Ann Arbor. He was raised a Baptist but was drawn to Presbyterianism and now subscribes to the Westminster confession. He talks a bit about how that process went as ...

This week Aaron talks with Jim Mong. Jim is in the early stages of planting a church in Ann Arbor. He was raised a Baptist but was drawn to Presbyterianism and now subscribes to the Westminster confession. He talks a bit about how that process went as well as how he is able to minister alongside his Baptist father-in-law.

#1 Why Confessions Matter – Joe Thorn

Wed Jan 27 2016 (48:33)

Welcome to the inaugural podcast from the Confessional Collective. This week we have Pastor Joe Thorn from Redeemer Fellowship in the Chicago area. He discusses how he came to subscribe to the 1689 London Baptist Confession and the impact that it has o...

Welcome to the inaugural podcast from the Confessional Collective. This week we have Pastor Joe Thorn from Redeemer Fellowship in the Chicago area. He discusses how he came to subscribe to the 1689 London Baptist Confession and the impact that it has on ministry in his context. Learn more about Redeemer Fellowship at redeemerfellowship.org