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Why They Did That

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Why They Did That

Why They Did That

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The Bible can seem boring, but not if you ask the right questions. Why They Did That explores the motivations of biblical characters and how their choices can guide yours.

Latest Episodes

Quarantine Mini-Series // The Son That Stayed - EP4 w/Narlon Edwards

Our Quarantine Series continues with Narlon Edwards bringing the testimony of Paul's protege Timothy to light.

6 MINAPR 18
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Quarantine Mini-Series // The Son That Stayed - EP4 w/Narlon Edwards

Quarantine Mini-Series // The Teacher's Pet - EP3 w/Gem Castor

Did Jesus have favorites? Was it Peter? James? John "The Beloved"? Did this great Rabbi have a teacher's pet? Join Gem Castor as we look at one of Jesus' closest friends, and how the relationship they share is available to us too.

3 MINAPR 10
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Quarantine Mini-Series // The Teacher's Pet - EP3 w/Gem Castor

Quarantine Mini-Series // The Mysterious Naked Man - EP2 w/Adam Patel

Adam Patel uncovers the identity of the Mysterious Naked Man, and it might just shock you to find out who it is... Watch this episode on our YouTube channel as well!

4 MINAPR 3
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Quarantine Mini-Series // The Mysterious Naked Man - EP2 w/Adam Patel

Quarantine Mini-Series // A Son Of Encouragement - EP1 w/Dee Casper

Join Dee Casper as he kicks off our Quarantine Series with a fascinating tale about the lives of Barnabas and John-Mark. Watch this episode on our YouTube channel as well!

3 MINMAR 27
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Quarantine Mini-Series // A Son Of Encouragement - EP1 w/Dee Casper

What My Father Taught Me

In this episode, Dean is joined by a returning guest, Narlon Edwards, as they discuss what it means to be a true man through the story of Solomon. It is commonly known that Solomon was the wisest man to ever live, but there is more to the story of his world renown wisdom than meets the eye. Join Dean and Narlon and they seek to find biblical answers to the questions and desires intrinsic to a man’s heart.

42 MINMAR 13
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What My Father Taught Me

Anything But That

In this episode, Dean is joined by Pastor Jeff Walper as they discuss the mutual calling they have as pastors with that of Jeremiah. Dean and Jeff find themselves strongly resonating with many of the emotions Jeremiah seemed to struggle with—the common insecurities and doubt that seems to paralyze us. Whether or not God has called you to pastoral ministry or another ministry avenue, the principle still applies: God ordained you for a calling and a purpose from before you existed. He intends to see that through until the end—providing all of your needs, down to the very words you will need to speak.

51 MINFEB 28
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Anything But That

Train Up A Queen

What does it mean to be the representative of God to a child? How can we earn our teen’s respect and friendship? We have thousands of books on the shelves, experts on every talk show, courses with personal consultants —everyone seems to know how to parent. What does the Bible say about this topic? In this episode, Dean is joined by Melanie Quion, a wife and mother who has found golden nuggets of biblical parenting truths in the story of Esther.

53 MINFEB 14
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Train Up A Queen

When Left Is Right

In this episode, Dean is joined by Adam Ramdin as they delve into the curious story of Ehud. The bible specifically mentions the fact that Ehud is left handed—a detail that is not often included in bible stories. So... why? Perhaps to show us that God can use anyone, and that our perceived limitations and obstacles are often some of His most valued assets. God used Ehud, a man of apparent defect and disadvantage, to deliver His people from captivity. Unlike Ehud, many of us let our service for God stop at the idea of our weaknesses and insufficiencies; but He says to us “is there anything too hard for me?” Whether it is a skill to be learned or change to be made in our hearts, He supplies the need. “God does not call the qualified, He qualifies the called.”

36 MINJAN 31
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When Left Is Right

When God Doesn't Make Sense

In this episode of the Why They Did That Podcast, Gem Castor take us on a faith trip. “What do you do when God doesn’t make sense?”

32 MINJAN 17
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When God Doesn't Make Sense

Losing Your Fire

In this episode, Adam Patel invites you to follow David through a journey of trial and apparent defeat. For what seems like an eternity, David had been running from Saul—not in a game of hide-and-seek, but for the preservation of his very life. Now completely exhausted and worn beyond what he has ever experienced, David runs toward the people, the very enemies He had once boldly slain for the honor, glory, and vindication of God. David—like many of us—had one foot in, one foot out; but the mercy of God was sufficient for him, and as He is the same yesterday, today, and forever—it is sufficient for us.

39 MINJAN 4
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Losing Your Fire

Latest Episodes

Quarantine Mini-Series // The Son That Stayed - EP4 w/Narlon Edwards

Our Quarantine Series continues with Narlon Edwards bringing the testimony of Paul's protege Timothy to light.

6 MINAPR 18
Comments
Quarantine Mini-Series // The Son That Stayed - EP4 w/Narlon Edwards

Quarantine Mini-Series // The Teacher's Pet - EP3 w/Gem Castor

Did Jesus have favorites? Was it Peter? James? John "The Beloved"? Did this great Rabbi have a teacher's pet? Join Gem Castor as we look at one of Jesus' closest friends, and how the relationship they share is available to us too.

3 MINAPR 10
Comments
Quarantine Mini-Series // The Teacher's Pet - EP3 w/Gem Castor

Quarantine Mini-Series // The Mysterious Naked Man - EP2 w/Adam Patel

Adam Patel uncovers the identity of the Mysterious Naked Man, and it might just shock you to find out who it is... Watch this episode on our YouTube channel as well!

4 MINAPR 3
Comments
Quarantine Mini-Series // The Mysterious Naked Man - EP2 w/Adam Patel

Quarantine Mini-Series // A Son Of Encouragement - EP1 w/Dee Casper

Join Dee Casper as he kicks off our Quarantine Series with a fascinating tale about the lives of Barnabas and John-Mark. Watch this episode on our YouTube channel as well!

3 MINMAR 27
Comments
Quarantine Mini-Series // A Son Of Encouragement - EP1 w/Dee Casper

What My Father Taught Me

In this episode, Dean is joined by a returning guest, Narlon Edwards, as they discuss what it means to be a true man through the story of Solomon. It is commonly known that Solomon was the wisest man to ever live, but there is more to the story of his world renown wisdom than meets the eye. Join Dean and Narlon and they seek to find biblical answers to the questions and desires intrinsic to a man’s heart.

42 MINMAR 13
Comments
What My Father Taught Me

Anything But That

In this episode, Dean is joined by Pastor Jeff Walper as they discuss the mutual calling they have as pastors with that of Jeremiah. Dean and Jeff find themselves strongly resonating with many of the emotions Jeremiah seemed to struggle with—the common insecurities and doubt that seems to paralyze us. Whether or not God has called you to pastoral ministry or another ministry avenue, the principle still applies: God ordained you for a calling and a purpose from before you existed. He intends to see that through until the end—providing all of your needs, down to the very words you will need to speak.

51 MINFEB 28
Comments
Anything But That

Train Up A Queen

What does it mean to be the representative of God to a child? How can we earn our teen’s respect and friendship? We have thousands of books on the shelves, experts on every talk show, courses with personal consultants —everyone seems to know how to parent. What does the Bible say about this topic? In this episode, Dean is joined by Melanie Quion, a wife and mother who has found golden nuggets of biblical parenting truths in the story of Esther.

53 MINFEB 14
Comments
Train Up A Queen

When Left Is Right

In this episode, Dean is joined by Adam Ramdin as they delve into the curious story of Ehud. The bible specifically mentions the fact that Ehud is left handed—a detail that is not often included in bible stories. So... why? Perhaps to show us that God can use anyone, and that our perceived limitations and obstacles are often some of His most valued assets. God used Ehud, a man of apparent defect and disadvantage, to deliver His people from captivity. Unlike Ehud, many of us let our service for God stop at the idea of our weaknesses and insufficiencies; but He says to us “is there anything too hard for me?” Whether it is a skill to be learned or change to be made in our hearts, He supplies the need. “God does not call the qualified, He qualifies the called.”

36 MINJAN 31
Comments
When Left Is Right

When God Doesn't Make Sense

In this episode of the Why They Did That Podcast, Gem Castor take us on a faith trip. “What do you do when God doesn’t make sense?”

32 MINJAN 17
Comments
When God Doesn't Make Sense

Losing Your Fire

In this episode, Adam Patel invites you to follow David through a journey of trial and apparent defeat. For what seems like an eternity, David had been running from Saul—not in a game of hide-and-seek, but for the preservation of his very life. Now completely exhausted and worn beyond what he has ever experienced, David runs toward the people, the very enemies He had once boldly slain for the honor, glory, and vindication of God. David—like many of us—had one foot in, one foot out; but the mercy of God was sufficient for him, and as He is the same yesterday, today, and forever—it is sufficient for us.

39 MINJAN 4
Comments
Losing Your Fire
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