Put Down Your Bible and Listen. A new truthXchange podcast!
Hosted by Joshua Gielow and Mary Weller with Dr. Brian Mattson.
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Joshua has served several local churches as youth pastor or in outreach ministries. He has experience as a street preacher as well. He has worked full-time for truthXchange since 2011 as Executive Assistant to Dr. Jones. His duties are many and varied -- podcasts, finances, phone calls, travel, and a host of other duties. His love for Christ, his family and the ministry is profound. A dedicated church member, he serves on the worship team, reads voraciously and is a patient helper to anyone in need. He and his wife Lael have three boys and one girl, Isaac, Moses, Abraham, and Tikvah.
I will never forget the revulsive, heart-wrenching image of George Floyd’s face and neck crushed into the pavement and the coldly passive face of the white cop who refused to let him up in spite of his gasping cries for mercy. The whole world, whatever its ethnicity or nationality, is outraged. Because it was a […]
Since the 1970s, Mindfulness Meditation has been promoted as a therapeutic technique to treat PTSD, stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and pain. Used by Fortune 500 companies, medical clinics, hospitals, the military, and prisons, it has become a billion dollar-a-year industry. Attributed with the power to transform anxiety, negative thinking and behavior into peace, compassion, and […]
Join us today for part 5 of this classic teaching series from Dr. Peter Jones. A Historical Perspective on Paganism surveys early Greek Western culture migrating to the East and syncretizing with many of the religions and gods and goddesses. This is crucial in understanding what makes the historical Christian faith stand apart from all […]
Join us today for part 4 of this classic teaching series from Dr. Peter Jones. The Pagan Agenda is wrapped up in the obliteration of distinctions, specifically the Creator and creation and of male and female. This audio series was recorded in 1998.