Jay Wilburn answers listener questions and discusses his approach to keeping a positive attitude as a survival strategy.
Jay Wilburn answers listener questions about science vs faith and confirmation bias. He shares some of his experiences as a science teacher.
John Long returns to discuss his latest trips to Tanzania. We discuss an epidemic of both a medical nature and an epidemic of hopelessness striking the islands of Lake Victoria. Beautiful Feet Ministries is going to be part of the solution.
Cindy Sellers “Shug” of ShugsByTheInlet.org joins us to talk about her faith, her experience of being an organ donor, and how loss and grief in her life led her to try to make a difference in the world. She turned broken seashells into jewelry which raises money for her organization and helps provide hope for those who need it most. Learn about her story and her work now.
Jeff Harper joins us to talk about how study of history and politics led to his views on faith through the Jefferson Bible compiled by Thomas Jefferson in 1820. This version of the Bible included the teachings of Jesus while excluding much of the supernatural along with the Resurrection. For the Jefferson Bible and Jeff Harper, the divinity of Jesus is still an open question. This episode will touch on some controversial topics politically and theologically for many.
Jay and Jenny Wilburn share the changes in their lives and the lives of others as a result of telling their story. The act of sharing what you are going through helps you and helps others too in ways you could never predict.
An interview before a live audience the Sunday of Scares That Care Charity Weekend 4. We interviewed Shelly Rosamilia about growing up as a minister’s daughter, prayer combined with action, and why love sometimes means giving shelter.
Jay Wilburn takes listener questions about whether he uses faith as a crutch, how he feels about different denominations, how he views the book of Revelation as an apocalyptic writer, why he writes horror instead of Christian writing, and more. Feel free to send more questions to MattersOfFaith@JayWilburn.com