Bread of Life is a ministry of Joel Van Hoogen and the Bread of Life Fellowship in Boise. You can tune in each weekday at 12:00 pm to listen. Summary Front and center in the evangelical church’s sanctuary used to sit the pulpit. Now just as often it is a guitar stand, but really, the pulpit has traditionally occupied that place in the evangelical protestant church. The reason for this is that the life of the church is to rise out of the preaching and teaching of God’s word. If you’re a member of such a church, preaching still should be at the center of its activities. We followRead More →

Bread of Life is a ministry of Joel Van Hoogen and the Bread of Life Fellowship in Boise. You can tune in each weekday at 12:00 pm to listen. Summary Front and center in the evangelical church’s sanctuary used to sit the pulpit. Now just as often it is a guitar stand, but really, the pulpit has traditionally occupied that place in the evangelical protestant church. The reason for this is that the life of the church is to rise out of the preaching and teaching of God’s word. If you’re a member of such a church, preaching still should be at the center of its activities. We followRead More →

Bread of Life is a ministry of Joel Van Hoogen and the Bread of Life Fellowship in Boise. You can tune in each weekday at 12:00 pm to listen. Summary Front and center in the evangelical church’s sanctuary used to sit the pulpit. Now just as often it is a guitar stand, but really, the pulpit has traditionally occupied that place in the evangelical protestant church. The reason for this is that the life of the church is to rise out of the preaching and teaching of God’s word. If you’re a member of such a church, preaching still should be at the center of its activities. We followRead More →

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Doug is in the studio and talking about “Five Reasons Preachers Should Listen to Hip Hop“. In a post by Dan DeWitt, Dan says, “…I think preachers should listen to [hip hop] poetry as well.” A good Christian hip hop artist will work really hard to take a known truth and make it feel as though it’s being seen for the first time. Artists like Trip Lee produce potent metaphors for biblical truths. Doug also talks about an article by Mark Loughridge titled, “He didn’t choose the lamb“. Talking about the Lord’s supper, why did choose bread instead of a lamb? Why did the Lamb of God not choose the lambRead More →