219 - Women in Church Leadership: A Complementarian Perspective - With Alan Frow
A few weeks ago we discussed the John Macarthur/Beth Moore fiasco and urged that not all Complementarians behave in a way that is disrespectful and mean spirited. To this end, we interviewed Alan Frow who is a Complemetarian and is kind, respectful and a wonderful pastor to boot!We also add out thoughts in the outro!Hope you enjoy it!Learn more about the VOX Podcast:www.voxpodcast.comSubscribe on iTunes - apple.co/1Lla1NjSupport the VOX Podcast on Patreon:www.patreon.com/voxpodcastFollow us on Instagram: @voxpodcastLike us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/voxpodcastFollow Mike on Twitter: www.twitter.com/mikeerreMusic in this episode by Timothy John Staffordwww.timothyjohnstafford.comInstagram & Twitter: @GoneTimothy
To do good work, we need a good definition of power. This is part 1 of the Creative Power event, where speakers reflected on power through the lens of leadership, judgment, and secular religion to see that power that is good, beautiful, and true is Creative Power. This is Alan Frow on Creative Power in Leadership. Follow Alan Frow Here: http://southlands.net/ http://www.crossofchristoc.com/
Session recordings from the Advance Global Conference, hosted in Cape Town, South Africa from 29 - 31 May, 2019.Alan and Rynelle Frow lead Southlands Church, in Southern California. In this session, Alan interrogates the story of Achsah in Joshua 15. Alan begins with a quote from Charles Spurgeon, which aptly summarizes the session “This brief account of a family appears twice in the Bible, and I believe that is for good reason. It gives us a potent insight into the dynamics of prayer. Here is a picture of an earthly father called Caleb who gives a good gift to his children as they ask. God invites us to investigate the nature of their asking, and the nature of his giving, to give us a glimpse into the dynamics of prayer."