June 1, 2020
Dr. Thomas Marberry serves as Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Randall University and pastor of the First Free Will Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He joins the podcast to discuss his mission trips to Mexico and how those trips led him to develop a Hispanic ministry in his local church. #NAFWB
May 28, 2020
Daniel Webster serves as Director of Enrollment at Welch College in Gallatin, Tennessee. He shares his insight on what the fall semester at Welch will look like as well as information about financial assistance for students interested in attending the college.
May 26, 2020
Victoria Little served as a two-year medical missionary to the Samburu people of Kenya. Victoria discusses her call to medicine and missions. It impacted the way she was able to minister to the Samburu. Her story is a testimony of how God has called all of us, regardless of skillset or vocation, to follow His leading.
Read her article in ONE Magazine: "100 Friday Nights"
May 22, 2020
David Trogdon, US Army veteran and retired chaplain, shares his perspective on Memorial Day, honoring those who died fighting for our freedom. He also shares ways that we can minister to those who have lost loved ones as well as our veterans.
David recently retired from the U.S. Army after 33 years of service, including 25 years of active duty, 16 as chaplain. He deployed twice to Iraq, Afghanistan, Africa, and Kuwait. Trogdon was awarded three Bronze Stars and the Purple Heart. Currently, he serves with CRU military. He is a graduate of Welch College, Southeastern Theological Seminary, the Army Command and General Staff College, and numerous military training schools.
David serves as chaplain for HOPE Project, Inc., which uses horses to help bring hope to our Heroes who may have been injured physically or emotionally.
May 18, 2020
Mary Anne Oglesby-Sutherly joins the Better Together Podcast to discuss the role of the church in ministering to senior adults, particularly those suffering from dementia.
Mary Anne is the Founder and Executive Director of Veranda Ministries, an organization that provides a time of nurturing respite care to allow family caregivers much needed time for themselves. The Veranda provides quality respite care for the benefit of its clients, their family members, and volunteers in a safe, supportive and non-threatening environment. Find out more about Veranda Ministries: http://www.theverandaministries.org/home.html.
May 14, 2020
During a visit to Cuba in early 2020, Dr. Eddie Moody interviewed Boris Sarlabous, president of Cedars of Lebanon Seminary in Pinar del Río. Boris shares about the Free Will Baptist work in Cuba and the ways we can continue to support them through prayer.
May 11, 2020
Dr. Ian Hawkins, chairman of the Arts and Sciences and program coordinator for Biology at Welch College, joins the Better Together Podcast to discuss the involvement of Christians in science, and how faith and science are actually compatible.
For more about educational opportunities at Welch College, visit www.welch.edu.
May 7, 2020
Dr. Danny Dwyer, pastor and administrator of the Rekindle church health program, shares some helpful tips on how to start a prayer ministry in your church.
May 2, 2020
Since the COVID-19 quarantine began, Jon Forrest has been working diligently to provide ministry content for youth and children as well as minister to his church community. One thing he has learned: church (and ministry) was never meant to be this way.
April 29, 2020
Chris Davenport and his family moved to Fredericksburg, Virginia, to plant a church. Their official launch service took place just weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. They immediately turned their attention to serving and ministering to their hurting community.