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Cultivated is a place that seeks to do ministry through Gospel-centered teaching and discussion.A portion of our podcast is walking through Scripture, while another portion is addressing current issues, life, and ministry through a discussion format.

Latest Episodes

The Little Fountain: Rejoice in the Lord (Phil. 4:4-9)

"Rejoice in the Lord always, again I will say, Rejoice!" Most of us have heard this verse before, but what can we make of the importance Paul is placing on the importance of rejoicing in the Lord? In today's podcast, Zach discusses the Why of Worship, how eschatology drives us, why we can worship always, and how to meditate on Scripture.

-1 s2016 JAN 26
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The Little Fountain: Rejoice in the Lord (Phil. 4:4-9)

Creeds, Confessions, and Catechisms (Roundtables)

In today's episode Zach and Cody discuss the importance of creeds, confessions, and catechisms that have been passed down to us from centuries ago. How can we benefit from consulting and studying these resources?

-1 s2015 DEC 22
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Creeds, Confessions, and Catechisms (Roundtables)

The Little Fountain: Relieving Tension (Phil. 4:1-3)

When tension arises between us and another, how should we respond? Paul addresses a significant disagreement between two of the women at the church of Philippi, and helps us learn some principles for dealing with differences with believers and unbelievers alike.

-1 s2015 DEC 15
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The Little Fountain: Relieving Tension (Phil. 4:1-3)

Know Your Theologian: Charles Spurgeon (Roundtables)

In today's episode we continue our "Know Your Theologian" with a discussion of Charles Spurgeon, a 19th-century preacher, particular Baptist, and theologian hailing from Essex, England. Spurgeon is well known for his engaging sermons and devotional works such as Morning and Evening. Today, Zach and Cody discuss Spurgeon's influence in their own studies and great resources to recommend. Check out the end of the episode for a surprise!

-1 s2015 DEC 1
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Know Your Theologian: Charles Spurgeon (Roundtables)

For Whom Did Christ Die? (Roundtables)

1 John 2:2 says that Christ is an advocate for us and that He is not only the propitiation for our sins, but for the sins "of the whole world." What does this mean? Is John suggesting that Christ's death was a sort of universal redemption (He died for all of sin of all mankind), or is the atonement particular in nature? Today, Zach and Cody talk about the doctrine of Limited Atonement, break down 1 John 2:2 and offer some biblical and logical supports for a view of particular redemption. This is a critical doctrine to get right.

-1 s2015 NOV 24
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For Whom Did Christ Die? (Roundtables)

The Little Fountain: Citizenship (Phil. 3:17-21)

With the world reeling over recent tragedy and examples of human suffering, it is easy to lose track of our safety, both physically and spiritually. In this passage of Philippians, Charles walks us through Paul's exhortation to the people at Philippi and outlines the significance of having our citizenship in heaven.

-1 s2015 NOV 17
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The Little Fountain: Citizenship (Phil. 3:17-21)

The Little Fountain: Forgetting and Straining (Phil. 3:12-16)

The Christian life is oftentimes described as a journey. It is a lifelong, time-consuming, curvy road we walk down for our entire lives. In Philippians 3:12-16, Paul extends this metaphor out and talks about the one thing we should strive to do. Uniting the importance of "forgetting what is behind" with "straining forward to what is ahead," Paul is teaching us a fundamental discipline in living the Christian life.

-1 s2015 NOV 10
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The Little Fountain: Forgetting and Straining (Phil. 3:12-16)

Systematic Theology (Roundtables)

The phrase "systematic theology" can come off as intimidating, but actually it's a really beneficial approach to studying God for all of us. What is systematic theology, why should non-seminary students study it, and what qualities make up a good systematic treatment of God? Zach and Cody seek to discuss these questions and more on today's episode.

-1 s2015 OCT 27
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Systematic Theology (Roundtables)

The Little Fountain: The Suprassing Worth of Knowing Christ (Phil. 3:8-11)

In today's podcast, Zach continues the study of Philippians and draws out the four key implications of knowing Christ and why it's of "surpassing worth."

-1 s2015 OCT 20
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The Little Fountain: The Suprassing Worth of Knowing Christ (Phil. 3:8-11)

The Little Fountain: Sola Gratia (Phil. 3:1-7)

One of the key components of the Reformation was upholding and protecting Sola Gratia, or "grace alone." But what does this concept look like in our Christian walk, and according to Paul's letter to Philippi. In opening to the beginning of Philippians 3, Charles helps unpack this rich doctrine of grace.

-1 s2015 OCT 13
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The Little Fountain: Sola Gratia (Phil. 3:1-7)

Latest Episodes

The Little Fountain: Rejoice in the Lord (Phil. 4:4-9)

"Rejoice in the Lord always, again I will say, Rejoice!" Most of us have heard this verse before, but what can we make of the importance Paul is placing on the importance of rejoicing in the Lord? In today's podcast, Zach discusses the Why of Worship, how eschatology drives us, why we can worship always, and how to meditate on Scripture.

-1 s2016 JAN 26
Comments
The Little Fountain: Rejoice in the Lord (Phil. 4:4-9)

Creeds, Confessions, and Catechisms (Roundtables)

In today's episode Zach and Cody discuss the importance of creeds, confessions, and catechisms that have been passed down to us from centuries ago. How can we benefit from consulting and studying these resources?

-1 s2015 DEC 22
Comments
Creeds, Confessions, and Catechisms (Roundtables)

The Little Fountain: Relieving Tension (Phil. 4:1-3)

When tension arises between us and another, how should we respond? Paul addresses a significant disagreement between two of the women at the church of Philippi, and helps us learn some principles for dealing with differences with believers and unbelievers alike.

-1 s2015 DEC 15
Comments
The Little Fountain: Relieving Tension (Phil. 4:1-3)

Know Your Theologian: Charles Spurgeon (Roundtables)

In today's episode we continue our "Know Your Theologian" with a discussion of Charles Spurgeon, a 19th-century preacher, particular Baptist, and theologian hailing from Essex, England. Spurgeon is well known for his engaging sermons and devotional works such as Morning and Evening. Today, Zach and Cody discuss Spurgeon's influence in their own studies and great resources to recommend. Check out the end of the episode for a surprise!

-1 s2015 DEC 1
Comments
Know Your Theologian: Charles Spurgeon (Roundtables)

For Whom Did Christ Die? (Roundtables)

1 John 2:2 says that Christ is an advocate for us and that He is not only the propitiation for our sins, but for the sins "of the whole world." What does this mean? Is John suggesting that Christ's death was a sort of universal redemption (He died for all of sin of all mankind), or is the atonement particular in nature? Today, Zach and Cody talk about the doctrine of Limited Atonement, break down 1 John 2:2 and offer some biblical and logical supports for a view of particular redemption. This is a critical doctrine to get right.

-1 s2015 NOV 24
Comments
For Whom Did Christ Die? (Roundtables)

The Little Fountain: Citizenship (Phil. 3:17-21)

With the world reeling over recent tragedy and examples of human suffering, it is easy to lose track of our safety, both physically and spiritually. In this passage of Philippians, Charles walks us through Paul's exhortation to the people at Philippi and outlines the significance of having our citizenship in heaven.

-1 s2015 NOV 17
Comments
The Little Fountain: Citizenship (Phil. 3:17-21)

The Little Fountain: Forgetting and Straining (Phil. 3:12-16)

The Christian life is oftentimes described as a journey. It is a lifelong, time-consuming, curvy road we walk down for our entire lives. In Philippians 3:12-16, Paul extends this metaphor out and talks about the one thing we should strive to do. Uniting the importance of "forgetting what is behind" with "straining forward to what is ahead," Paul is teaching us a fundamental discipline in living the Christian life.

-1 s2015 NOV 10
Comments
The Little Fountain: Forgetting and Straining (Phil. 3:12-16)

Systematic Theology (Roundtables)

The phrase "systematic theology" can come off as intimidating, but actually it's a really beneficial approach to studying God for all of us. What is systematic theology, why should non-seminary students study it, and what qualities make up a good systematic treatment of God? Zach and Cody seek to discuss these questions and more on today's episode.

-1 s2015 OCT 27
Comments
Systematic Theology (Roundtables)

The Little Fountain: The Suprassing Worth of Knowing Christ (Phil. 3:8-11)

In today's podcast, Zach continues the study of Philippians and draws out the four key implications of knowing Christ and why it's of "surpassing worth."

-1 s2015 OCT 20
Comments
The Little Fountain: The Suprassing Worth of Knowing Christ (Phil. 3:8-11)

The Little Fountain: Sola Gratia (Phil. 3:1-7)

One of the key components of the Reformation was upholding and protecting Sola Gratia, or "grace alone." But what does this concept look like in our Christian walk, and according to Paul's letter to Philippi. In opening to the beginning of Philippians 3, Charles helps unpack this rich doctrine of grace.

-1 s2015 OCT 13
Comments
The Little Fountain: Sola Gratia (Phil. 3:1-7)