1. Hey, You Guys! In this episode, we discuss the dominant spirit of our age, acedia, by reading and discussing St. John Cassian’s exposition of acedia in The Institutes.
  2. In episode TWO HUNDRED AND SIXTY, Jason, Mike, and Wade are joined by our colleague and friend, the Rev. Dr. Joel Pless.
  3. What do the scriptures say about the Church?
  4. In today's episode of Tough Texts, Scott Keith and Daniel Emery Price dive into the teachings of Ephesians 1:15-23, a passage that reminds shows us that God has given Christ to the church.
  5. The Art of Noise. In this episode, we discuss the ins and outs of pastoral care — the art, the discipline, and the experience of pastoral care — while reading The Rule of Gregory the Great. It’s all about church leadership and pastoral ministry in this week’s episode of Banned Books.
  6. Gretchen and Katie have a conversation with Rev. Bob Hiller about prosperity gospel, and how it sneaks into churches in a way that we start targeting the healthy people, the young families, and those who have something to offer the church.
  7. The Parable of the Lawless, Polygamist Groom. In this episode, we discuss the parable of the ten virgins as preached by John Piper. We converse about law and promise, red herrings, who’s wise and foolish in the parable, the bondage of the will and the doctrine of election, and the consequences for hearers of such parabolic sermons.
  8. In this episode, we discuss preaching to those in prison, the consequences of sin, and the power of the gospel. We read excerpts from Karl Barth’s prison sermons and converse about preaching, pastoral care to the vulnerable, where Jesus locates himself for the preaching of the Gospel, and how we can all “set the captives free” through the power of the Gospel proclaimed for the forgiveness of sin. 
  9. We're back, baby! Craig and Troy reunite and use the occasion of Craig's new pastoral ministry to discuss what it means to be a pastor.
  10. Today on the Christian History Almanac podcast, we consider the life and works of a multifaceted and kaleidoscopic enigma (!) Johann Gerhard.
  11. In the few weeks while Craig finishes up his move to Minnesota and while Troy digs himself out from under an avalanche of writing and research, For You Radio takes the opportunity to revisit some of our favorite episodes.
  12. In this episode, we discuss spiritual warfare and its effects on clergy and laity alike. We read Harold Roseau’s book to discuss the realities of spiritual warfare, what’s at stake, and what happens when we take seriously what the Bible teaches us about the unseen and seen war raging around us.