On this week’s episode, Shine.FM’s Brian and son, Jake, compare tattoos and discuss whether Christians should ink up. In Music Matters, songs from Downhere, Hollyn and an Oldie but Goldie from Michael W. Smith. In Culture Shock, specific ways we can pray for our children in school.
Shine.FM’s Ministry Director Brian and his son Jake look this week at our role both as individuals and as a church in ministering to those with special abilities. In Music Matters, they look at new music from Hillsong United, Phil Wickham and a 1984 oldie but goldie from Kenny Marks who passed away this week. In Culture Shock, Halloween happened this week and we as Christians didn’t become satanists. How do we use Halloween as a teachable moment in the discipleship of our kids.
Shine.FM’s Brian and his teenage son Jake look at the very difficult question of managing our faith walk with Christ in our politically-charged nation.
In Music Matters, new music from one sonic society featuring Elle Limebear, Lauren Daigle and a “goldie but oldie” from the late Rich Mullins.
In Culture Shock, a discussion on the recent statement from Joshua Harris on his change of thought from his 20-year old book, “I Kissed Dating Goodbye.”
The Kitchen Table is a weekly discussion between Shine.FM’s Ministry Director Brian McIntyre and his 18 year-old son Jake. This week they look at the reasons young adults walk away from church. Megan from Shine Evenings joins the show this week. In Music Matters we hear new music from The Young Escape, Lauren Daigle, I Am They and an “oldie but goldie” from David Meece. In Culture Shock, a look at an interview from Chris Pratt and a discussion around whether or not Hollywood has an anti-Christian bias. Follow along on The Kitchen Table Facebook Group on the Shine.FM Facebook page.
The Kitchen Table is a weekly discussion between Shine.FM’s Ministry Director Brian McIntyre and his 18 year-old son Jake. In this episode, the duo look at the benefits and pitfalls of technology on faith. Plus, in Music Matters a look at: Avril Lavigne–Head Above Water, Housefires–Jesus, What a Savior, Corey Asbury–Reckless, and a classic from First Call–Sweet Love. Finally, in Culture Shock, the pair break down the nuances of parenting in the digital world. Follow along on The Kitchen Table Facebook Group on the Shine.FM Facebook page.
Shine.FM’s Brian and his 18-year old son Jake look at the difference in trying to be a “good person” and being a Christian. In Music Matters: Crowder–Red Letters, Shane & Shane–Psalm 98, and Servant–We Are the Light. In culture shock, we look at “Fortnight Tutors.” Join further discussion on The Kitchen Table Facebook Groupon the Shine.FM Page.
Shine.FM’s Brian and his 18-year old son Jake sit down at their kitchen table for a faith discussion on the nitty gritty of trusting God.
Plus a look at music, including:
The Sing Team–How Great is Our God
In Culture Shock, the duo take a look at “lawn mower parenting.”
“God answers OUR prayers according to HIS will.” This week Brian and Jake discuss the Faith question: Does God answer prayer? They look at the different ways God answers prayer and share some prayer response stories from their own lives and lives of some friends. In Music Matters they have new music from Zach Williams, Banners and an oldie but goldie from Stryper. In Culture Shock, they remember 9/11 and how it changed our society.
This week on The Kitchen Table, Brian and Jake have a family discussion about why it matters to actually attend church and the importance of community. Plus, a look at songs from Tim Timmons featuring Amy Grant: I Belong, Citizens: In Tenderness and a Goldie but Oldie fromJon Gibson & Crystal Lewis: Lost Inside of You in the Music Matters segment.
In Culture Shock, we look at how Millennials and younger people don’t use the flat sheet.
This week, father/son team, Brian & Jake attempt to address the faith question: How do you believe in God when you can’t feel Him? We also look at new music from Tori Kelly and Hillsong Worship, plus an “oldie but goldie” from David Meece in Music Matters. In Culture Shock, we look at the Fortnite phenomenon and what parents need to know.