Category Archives: Gospel Rant

Gospel Rant #134: Why We Feel Shame Around the Holidays?

Holidays and family gatherings can be amazing–but they can also be awkward, difficult and even toxic. Is there anything that we can do? Sure. Check it out.

Gospel Rant #133: How To Biblically Forgive

Dr. Bill Senyard preaching to Urban Life Centurion Church (Johannesburg, S.A.) October 6, 2019. Based upon Jesus parable in Matt 18: 21-35. Bill suggests that we have truly messed this topic up resulting in generation of shamed Christians who can’t and won’t truly forgive. There is another way.

Gospel Rant 131: Preaching the Gospel to Enneagram #7s (featuring Allie Senyard)

Gospel Rant: How to preach the Simple Uncluttered Gospel to Enneagram #7s, the Enthusiast. Featuring Allie Senyard.

Gospel Rant 130: Preaching the Gospel to Enneagram #6s (featuring Allie Senyard)

Gospel Rant: How to preach the Simple Uncluttered Gospel to Enneagram #6s, the Loyalist or Guardian. Featuring Allie Senyard.

Gospel Rant 129: Is Your Church Guilt-Innocence or Honor-Shame? Chapter 2

This is the beginning of a new and critical series of the Gospel Rant. Borrowing a page from missions, Bill asks if your church is more Guilt-Innocence or Honor-Shame. Your answer has serious ramifications regarding your innate ability to re-engage Millennials or more importantly, how effective you might be witnessing to both Millennials and Gen Z, half the US population today.

Gospel Rant 128: Is Your Church Guilt-Innocence or Honor-Shame? Chapter 1

In this Gospel Rant series, Bill asks if your church is more Guilt-Innocence or Honor-Shame. Your answer has serious ramifications regarding your innate ability to re-engage Millennials or more importantly, how effective you might be witnessing to both Millennials and Gen Z, half the US population today.

Gospel Rant 127: Is Your Church Guilt-Innocence or Honor-Shame? Introduction

This is the beginning of a new and critical series of the Gospel Rant. Borrowing a page from missions, Bill asks if your church is more Guilt-Innocence or Honor-Shame. Your answer has serious ramifications regarding your innate ability to re-engage Millennials or more importantly, how effective you might be witnessing to both Millennials and Gen Z, half the US population today.