Blacktop Pulpit: Life Reformed

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Where theology meets life. The Church at Sunsites is here to proclaim the forgiveness of God to the valley and the nations for God's glory. We yearn for the coming of peace and justice to our world, families, relationships, workplaces, schools, and governments.
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Latest Episodes…

  1. The Guarded Table

    This week, Andrew, Albert, and Ken talk about: Ether (yep, the cryptocurrency)Closed CommunionChurch DisciplineThe misuse of that verse about two or three witnesses being gatheredChurch Hopping“Everyone is welcome” as a mantra for many local churchesDiscriminationSystemic RacismNeglecting the Assembly of Believers Why not simply attend church? Why is it better to be a ...


  2. A Watch With No Hands

    Today, Andrew, Albert, and PA talk about the sermon presented on Sunday and get at the following subjects: Fruit of the Spirit vs. Free GraceThe Christian’s humility in conversationListening in prayerThe power of healingLiving in the MomentTemptation and Porneia Visit to donate. ...


  3. The Fullest Life

    Join Andrew, Albert, Ken, and PA as they think about Sunday’s sermon and how it applies to all of life and ministry. What does it mean that the kingdom consists in power, is effective, and causes those who are truly in Christ to live fulfilled lives? How do those in ...


  4. Humiliation of Humanity

    “Scripture is sufficient, we are not.”In this episode, Andrew, Albert, Ken, and PA talk about the need for Christian community, the local church, correcting brothers and sisters in Christ, religious burdens of the world, restoring elders and pastors, the sufficiency of Scripture, the new imperial cults, separation of church ...


  5. The Lordship Hypocrisy

    What if God required restitution for the millennia-long sin of humanity? If we can’t even give God the Lord’s Day, what makes us think we have given Him any other part of our lives? Is our confession lip service only? Considering Sunday’s sermon from Isaiah 53, Andrew, Albert, PA, and ...