Welcome to the new podcast of Christ Church Presbyterian. The name Between the Times reminds us that we are living in-between the two comings of our Lord Jesus Christ. By faith we look back to His finished redemptive work and look forward to His glorious return. As redeemed citizens of a heavenly kingdom, we live Between the times.
The purpose of our podcast is specifically to encourage the members, regular attenders, visitors, and potential visitors of Christ Church Presbyterian.
The three hosts of Between the Times are Dr. Gabriel Williams, member of Christ Church and professor of Physics at the College of Charleston; Rev. Dr. Jon D. Payne, Pastor of Christ Church; and Rev. Ross Hodges, Assistant Pastor of Christ Church.
Episode 1: Why Another Podcast?
Episode 2: A History of Christ Church
Episode 3: Church Planting and Mission
Episode 4: Black and Reformed: An Interview with Dr. Gabriel Williams
Episode 5: Why Church Membership?
Episode 6: The Call to Maturity
Episode 7: The Problem of Evil
Episode 8: An Interview with Rev. Jon Payne
Episode 9: Getting it Right - Church Planting and the Ordination of Officers
Episode 10: Holiness vs. Legalism
Episode 11: Biblical Hospitality
Episode 12: Introducing Our New Staff Members
Episode 13: An Interview with Jack Muirhead
Episode 14: We Have Not Forgotten
Episode 15: Upside Down Spirituality
Episode 16: The Ordinary Christian Life
Episode 17: Christ is Better
Episode 18: Upcoming Events at Christ Church
Episode 19: Why Weekly Communion? Pt. 1
Episode 20: Why Weekly Communion? Pt. 2
Episode 21: Why Weekly Communion? Pt. 3
Episode 22: Interview with Pastor Ross Hodges
Episode 23: Christmas Light and Truth
Episode 24: Christless Christianity
Episode 25: Christmas Hymnody
Episode 26: Thirsting for God
Episode 27: Christianity and Politics
Episode 28: The Shallows
Episode 29: Gospel for the City
Episode 30: Does God Speak Today?
Episode 31: Table Manners
Episode 32: Bad News First
Episode 33: God at Harvard - An Interview with Jillian Cochran
Episode 34: A Conversation About Gender Apartheid