Antifragility, Productive Property, and Generational Wealth

Jared Sparks, Bo Hutches, and Riley Adam Voth discuss the virtues of being antifragile men with productive property (as well as what they’re doing to achieve this) which helps us build multi-generational wealth we pass on to our children for the advancement of God’s Kingdom. They even do a bit of dreaming!

Psalm 41 – A Collocation

Psalm 41 finishes out the first book of the Psalms. In placing it next to Psalm 1, we see the way God works both in preserving and redeeming his people no matter the circumstances of this life. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms at the … View More

Psalm 40 – Sacrifice

In Psalm 40, David proclaims the biblical theme that God does not merely desire sacrifice but obedient hearts and lives which sees it’s ultimate fulfilment in Jesus. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms at the link: https://www.briansauve.com/songs-worth-singing Please make sure to check out https://themajestysmen.com/ and … View More

Psalm 37 – The Righteous Not Forsaken

Psalm 37 is David’s homily reminding us that God is faithful to the righteous, and the position of the successful wicked is not secure. It is a constant call for us to hold firm faith in the justice of God. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the … View More

Psalm 33 – Sturdy Praise

Psalm 33 is one of the quintessential praise Psalms. It calls us to worship and praise God in the stout and sturdy praise of the ages to the Lord who is creator, king and loves us. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. He just released a new full-length album, “Sing Psalms, Let Joy Resound.” You can find more info … View More

Psalm 32 – Sin and Suffering

Psalm 32 begs he question: what is the link between sin and suffering? Not all suffering is a direct result of our sins, but we would fail to speak the truth if we did not affirm that iniquity is pardoned ultimately in Jesus Christ. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. He just released a new full-length album, “Sing Psalms, … View More

Psalm 31 – My times are in His hand

Psalm 31 reminds us in the “prayer prayed twice” that God in in control of our souls and our time here on earth. Join me in reflecting on living this out in trust, love and courage. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. He just released a new full-length album, “Sing Psalms, Let Joy Resound.” You can find more info … View More

Psalm 28 – The Ask

“In Psalm 28 he brings forward his petition, spreading hands as a suppliant towards the holy of holies, and receives his answer.” – Derek Kidner Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms (He just released Psalm 25 on Patreon) at the link: https://www.briansauve.com/songs-worth-singing Please make sure … View More

Psalm 25 – The Wantonly Treacherous

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 25. While much of the Psalms points us to an active trust in the face of enemies, we focus in the theme of treachery and betrayal. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms (He continues to update … View More

Psalm 19 – A One-Two Punch

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 19, the double whammy of the heavens and the Law proclaiming the glory of God. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms (Check out his new release of Psalm 37!) at the link: https://www.briansauve.com/songs-worth-singing Please make sure … View More

Psalm 15 – A Guest of God

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 15, a psalm that resembles the holiness requirements to enter the tabernacle yet drives us straight to the character and integrity of the upright in heart. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms (Check out his new … View More

Psalm 13 – The Howling Psalm

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 13, as Spurgeon so aptly put it the “howling psalm.” Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording the Psalms (Check out his new release of Psalm 37!) at the link: https://www.briansauve.com/songs-worth-singing Please make sure to check out https://themajestysmen.com/ and … View More

Psalm 10 – Break the Arm of the Wicked

“If there is to be rescue, there has to be putting down. Literally the plea is for Yahweh to break the arm of the faithless in order to stop his strong-arm tactics.” John Goldingay In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 10, looking at the prayer of God to frustrate the plans of the wicked. Our music is … View More

Psalm 7 – The Oath of Innocence

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 7, one that has been a part of my prayer life. We look at the Biblical concept of the oath of innocence and the searching of motives that God performs as the true and righteous judge. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian … View More

Psalm 6 – All My Tears

In this episode, we read and reflect on Psalm 6, the first of the penitential Psalms. I pray that whatever tears shed in your life now will last only for the night, and that joy will come anew in the morning. Our music is provided by Brian Sauve. You can find more info and support Brian in writing and recording … View More

Ep. 29 – How God Is Moving in Japan

God is always at work, even when we can’t see it. Sometimes we can’t see it because God is moving on the other side of the world. Hearing about Gospel works occurring overseas is exciting and may teach us something new. On this episode, Jonathan Hayashi shares about his recent trip to Japan and how God is moving overseas.

Ep. 20 – Seeking Truth in a ‘Post-Truth’ Culture

The culture and Christ seem to collide often. Many today operate with a postmodern mindset. Do we get to determine what truth is? Can something be true for me, yet false for others? Owen Strachan wrote an article for Reformanda Ministries, titled, “Why So Sensitive? Ministry in a Post-Truth Culture,” and it provides much insight regarding a “post-truth” culture.

3 Suggestions To Regain Biblical Manhood In And Through The Church

We have a manhood crisis everywhere you look, and the church alone is capable of stepping up and truly helping form men into who they are made to be. Here are three simple suggestions for us as men, and our churches, to begin to regain biblical manhood and see more men with Godly character and conviction rise up.

There Are No Superheroes In The Church; Here’s A Better Way

We all love the idea of superheroes. Yet, there is no such thing — especially in the Church. If you’re willing to admit it, you’ve likely tried to be one at times, and you’ve likely had times you wanted a superhero to take on roles and responsibilities, saving you from needing to do them. This isn’t the way we work in the church though. There’s a better way.