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33 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Paul Tripp. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Paul Tripp, often where they are interviewed.

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Paul Tripp on Gospel-Shaped Parenthood (Re-Release)

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Parenting is much more than controlling the behavior of your children. Parenting is actually about heart exposure and heart change. We know only Jesus Christ can create the kind of lasting change in the human heart that will transform behavior. In this workshop, Paul Tripp (author of Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family) speaks on how to let the gospel shape what you say and do with the children who have been entrusted to your care.

View this episode on TGC's website, originally released on May 26, 2017. 

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This episode of The Gospel Coalition podcast is brought to you by Crossway, publisher of 'Lead: 12 Gospel Principles for Leadership in the Church ' by bestselling author, Paul David Tripp. Drawing from decades of ministry experience, Tripp offers 12 gospel principles to help churches battle the issue lurking behind every pastoral failure—a lack of a strong leadership community. Sign up for a free Crossway+ account by Thursday, October 15, and enjoy 40 percent of this book at crossway.org/PaulTripp

Oct 02 2020 · 1hr 1min
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Paul Tripp on Leaders Who Won’t Flame Out

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A number of years ago, I grew distressed with the number of friends and colleagues who had left ministry amid controversy and scandal. I tried to learn what had gone wrong and how to keep it from repeating. From that study came several books devoted to helping pastors endure, especially as they learn from historical and present-day mentors who have fought the good fight.

I’m grateful for Paul Tripp’s latest contribution to this cause with his new book, Lead: 12 Gospel Principles for Leadership in the Church, published by Crossway. This is one of the most bracing but also balanced books you’ll find on church leadership and the particular challenges in our day. 

Paul has written specifically for pastors, but this book broadens the lens to consider the whole leadership culture of a church. Because he believes we have major problems. He writes:

“How many times are we going to see the same sad story of the demise of a ministry leader, and the destruction of the leadership community that surrounded him, before we recommit ourselves to God’s values and to our ambassadorial calling, and as we recommit, cry out that he would, in love rescue us from us?”

Paul helps church leaders see that when he calls us to ministry, he calls us to suffer. He warns us to expect “dangerous adulation and harsh criticism.” He points us to Jesus, because the unpredictable and uncomfortable world of church leadership is not a safe place to look for identity and inner security.” 

Paul joins me on Gospelbound to discuss our leadership crisis in the church and how we can fight against it in the power of God’s grace.

This episode of Gospelbound is brought to you by Rooted Reservoir, an online resource by Rooted Ministry. The Rooted Reservoir is packed with youth ministry curriculum, training videos, teaching illustrations, and an online community to help youth ministers disciple students toward lifelong faith in Jesus Christ. Sign up by Wednesday, September 30, and save $20 with code GOSPELBOUND at rootedreservoir.com.

Sep 08 2020 · 38mins
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Episode 103 Paradigm Shift-Reveiw "Parenting" by Paul Tripp

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Episode 103 Paradigm Shift-Reveiw "Parenting" by Paul Tripp by Axis Podcast
Apr 27 2020 · 56mins
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Identity Amesia Leads to Identity Replacement:Review "Parenting" by Paul Tripp

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Identity Amesia Leads to Identity Replacement:Review "Parenting" by Paul Tripp by Axis Podcast
Apr 21 2020 · 50mins
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When Grace Reaches You-Review "Parenting" by Paul Tripp

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When Grace Reaches You-Review "Parenting" by Paul Tripp by Axis Podcast
Apr 13 2020 · 51mins
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18 - What Does it Really Mean to Meditate on Truth with Dr. Paul Tripp

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We’ve spent this season talking about how we can stop our spiraling thoughts… but then what? Where do we go from here? We wake up every morning and we need to not just empty our minds of toxic thoughts, but put new thoughts in their place. Dr. Tripp has pastored me and my family for years with his devotional ‘New Morning Mercies’, it is a must-read… you will love this episode because it will give you simple steps to think new thoughts.

Find Dr. Tripp’s New Morning Mercies here: https://www.amazon.com/New-Morning-Mercies-Gospel-Devotional/dp/1433541386

Follow Dr. Tripp on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pdtripp/

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Mar 26 2020 · 28mins
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2 | 1 Peter 1:1-2b Line by Line Bible study with Paul Tripp

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66 of the Worlds best Expository Preachers teaching through every verse of the Bible line by line - YouTube - http://bit.ly/2PxVWrJ

1 Peter Overview

When the city of Rome burned, the Romans believed that their emperor, Nero, had set the city on fire, probably because of his incredible lust to build. In order to build more, he had to destroy what already existed. The Romans were totally devastated. Their culture, in a sense, went down with the city. All the religious elements of their life were destroyed—their great temples, shrines, and even their household idols were burned up. This had great religious implications because it made them believe that their deities had been unable to deal with this conflagration and were also victims of it. The people were homeless and hopeless. Many had been killed. Their bitter resentment was severe, so Nero realized that he had to redirect the hostility. The emperor’s chosen scapegoat was the Christians, who were already hated because they were associated with Jews, and because they were seen as being hostile to the Roman culture. Nero spread the word quickly that the Christians had set the fires. As a result, a vicious persecution against Christians began, and soon spread throughout the Roman Empire, touching places N of the Taurus mountains, like Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia (1:1), and impacting the Christians, whom Peter calls “pilgrims.” These “pilgrims,” who were probably Gentiles, for the most part (1:14,18; 2:9,10; 4:3), possibly led to Christ by Paul and his associates, and established on Paul’s teachings. But they needed spiritual strengthening because of their sufferings. Thus the Apostle Peter, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, wrote this epistle to strengthen them. Peter wrote that he was in “Babylon” when he penned the letter (5:13). Three locations have been suggested for this “Babylon.” First, a Roman outpost in northern Egypt was named Babylon; but that place was too obscure, and there are no reasons to think that Peter was ever there. Second, ancient Bab-ylon in Mesopotamia is a possibility; but it would be quite unlikely that Peter, Mark, and Silvanus were all at this rather small, distant place at the same time. Third, “Babylon” is an alias for Rome; perhaps even a code word for Rome. In times of persecution, writers exercised unusual care not to endanger Christians by identifying them. Peter, according to some traditions, followed James and Paul and died as a martyr near Rome about two years after he wrote this letter, thus he had written this epistle near the end of his life, probably while staying in the imperial city. He did not want the letter to be found and the church to be persecuted, so he may have hidden its location under the code word, “Babylon,” which aptly fit because of the city’s idolatry (cf. Rev. 17,18).

“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” 2 Timothy 3:16

About your teacher - Paul Tripp

Dr. Paul David Tripp is a pastor, event speaker, and a best - selling and award - winning author. With more than 30 books and video series on Christian living , Paul ’ s driving passion is to connect the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life. He and his wife Luella live in Philadelphia; they have four grown children.

1000s more resources available at https://exposittheword.com/

Audio used with permission from Paul Tripp www.paultripp.com/sermons

Jan 22 2020 · 29mins
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1 | 1 Peter 1:1-2a Line by Line Bible study with Paul Tripp

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66 of the Worlds best Expository Preachers teaching through every verse of the Bible line by line - YouTube - http://bit.ly/2PxVWrJ

1 Peter Overview

When the city of Rome burned, the Romans believed that their emperor, Nero, had set the city on fire, probably because of his incredible lust to build. In order to build more, he had to destroy what already existed. The Romans were totally devastated. Their culture, in a sense, went down with the city. All the religious elements of their life were destroyed—their great temples, shrines, and even their household idols were burned up. This had great religious implications because it made them believe that their deities had been unable to deal with this conflagration and were also victims of it. The people were homeless and hopeless. Many had been killed. Their bitter resentment was severe, so Nero realized that he had to redirect the hostility. The emperor’s chosen scapegoat was the Christians, who were already hated because they were associated with Jews, and because they were seen as being hostile to the Roman culture. Nero spread the word quickly that the Christians had set the fires. As a result, a vicious persecution against Christians began, and soon spread throughout the Roman Empire, touching places N of the Taurus mountains, like Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia (1:1), and impacting the Christians, whom Peter calls “pilgrims.” These “pilgrims,” who were probably Gentiles, for the most part (1:14,18; 2:9,10; 4:3), possibly led to Christ by Paul and his associates, and established on Paul’s teachings. But they needed spiritual strengthening because of their sufferings. Thus the Apostle Peter, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, wrote this epistle to strengthen them. Peter wrote that he was in “Babylon” when he penned the letter (5:13). Three locations have been suggested for this “Babylon.” First, a Roman outpost in northern Egypt was named Babylon; but that place was too obscure, and there are no reasons to think that Peter was ever there. Second, ancient Bab-ylon in Mesopotamia is a possibility; but it would be quite unlikely that Peter, Mark, and Silvanus were all at this rather small, distant place at the same time. Third, “Babylon” is an alias for Rome; perhaps even a code word for Rome. In times of persecution, writers exercised unusual care not to endanger Christians by identifying them. Peter, according to some traditions, followed James and Paul and died as a martyr near Rome about two years after he wrote this letter, thus he had written this epistle near the end of his life, probably while staying in the imperial city. He did not want the letter to be found and the church to be persecuted, so he may have hidden its location under the code word, “Babylon,” which aptly fit because of the city’s idolatry (cf. Rev. 17,18).

“All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” 2 Timothy 3:16

About your teacher - Paul Tripp

Dr. Paul David Tripp is a pastor, event speaker, and a best - selling and award - winning author. With more than 30 books and video series on Christian living , Paul ’ s driving passion is to connect the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life. He and his wife Luella live in Philadelphia; they have four grown children.

1000s more resources available at https://exposittheword.com/

Audio used with permission from Paul Tripp www.paultripp.com/sermons

Jan 22 2020 · 29mins
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Episode #5 - 'Parenting' by Paul Tripp

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In this episode we find out our favourite beverages, hear about Josh's exciting new venture and then we chat about Chapter 6 of "Parenting" by Paul David Tripp. "You must be committed as a parent to long-view parenting because change is a process and not an event." And if you listen carefully, you may get to hear a guest appearance. Enjoy!

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Jan 05 2020 · 44mins
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205 Paul Tripp “Parenting” REBEL Parenting

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Paul Tripp is a game changer! He has revolutionized our parenting style. This episode is FIRE!!
Jun 19 2019 · 51mins
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