Tom Gilson

Welcome To Sound Rezn Listeners

This afternoon I’m talking with Alex McFarland on his Sound Rezn radio show. Welcome to all of you who are visiting here after hearing our discussion. Others who want to listen, during or after the interview, click here for information on how to find it.

I’ve listed some resources here related to topics I expect we’ll cover.

Reclaim the High Ground: To restore our strategic influence in our culture, both intellectually and ethically

Basic Discipleship of the Mind: What it means, why it’s crucial for strong Christianity, and how to grow in it.

A sample of ministries taking an intentionally strategic approach to connecting resources to local churches and fellowships:

There are many apologetics ministries that equip individuals and minister to groups. These are some that are actually equipping churches for ongoing discipleship of the mind.




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If this is helpful, would you think about partnering with the overall missions strategy work my wife and I do through Campus Crusade for Christ? Thank you — our work depends on your prayers and support.

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2 thoughts on “Welcome To Sound Rezn Listeners

  1. I once had the opportunity to stay at Alex’s house. He’s a fantastic fellow who does great work for the Kingdom. Congrats on getting on his show–it’s very well deserved.

  2. Thank you, Matthew — I’m blown away to hear you say that, as much as I respect your writing and ministry. Thanks be to God for what he makes possible.

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