The second part in Ronnie's talk exploring the relationship between faith and conscience.
In the first of a two-part talk, Ronnie speaks about the tension between external faith and internal conscience.
In a deeply personal talk, and reflecting upong Psalm 31, Ronnie addresses the epidemic of suicide in the United States.
"Meaningless, meaningless!" is the lament of Ecclesiastes. But in this exploration of King Solomon's wisdom, Ronnie highlights the simplicity of finding satisfaction in good food, good drink, hard work, and love.
In both a tribute to his friend Danny Durham and a fresh exploration of the phrase, "a man after God's own heart," Ronnie talks about the urgency of living one's life with purpose.
In the conclusion to this study of Philippians, Ronnie compares the stoic, self-centered attempts at sufficiency to the Christ-empowered approach.
In what Ronnie describes as a "rerun," because it is the text he has most often spoekn from over the last few years, the study of Philippians continues with chapter 4:4-8.
Part 8 of "Always On My Mind," addresses Paul's testimony of "Pressing on toward the prize." Ronnie addresses the maturity of faith, crisis of faith, and keeping on.
Part 7 of Ronnie McBrayer's exploration of Philippians.
Part 6 of Ronnie's continued study of Philippians, focusing on Philippians 2:12-16.