Founder's Ministry - In general and podcast worthwhile?

Discussion in 'General discussions' started by Kinghezy, May 11, 2019.

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  1. Kinghezy

    Kinghezy Puritan Board Freshman

    Does anyone have opinions on if this is a worthwhile organization to spend time with?
    I think the organization and Tom Ascol have been referenced by other people I follow, so my assumption is it is fairly solid. It appears they consider the 1689 a faithful representation of the bible, so it seems that the organization is confessional
    Does anyone have any experience with their podcast "The Sword and The Trowel"?

    Their episode descriptions look like they may be interesting and they have a take on Beth Moore preaching at a SBC church for Mother's Day, that I am curious to hear (not that I have any doubt where they are going to fall on that one).​
  2. B.L. McDonald

    B.L. McDonald Puritan Board Freshman


    I'm a supporter of Founders and have been blessed over the years by their ministry. I've been edified by not only the articles and books they publish, but I also listen in on the Sword and the Trowel each week. The podcast is well done and I'd recommend tuning in and listening to a few episodes for yourself.

    Have a blessed Lord's Day tomorrow brother!
  3. Kinghezy

    Kinghezy Puritan Board Freshman

    B.L., thanks I have a couple downloaded and will try it out.
  4. C. M. Sheffield

    C. M. Sheffield Puritan Board Junior

    Tom Ascol is a very solid and sound man of God. Founders has been a helpful resource through the years. I'm not in the SBC but I am certainly glad he is.
  5. Kinghezy

    Kinghezy Puritan Board Freshman

  6. Josh Williamson

    Josh Williamson Puritan Board Freshman

    Founders is great, and it is worth listening to their podcast.
  7. Broadus

    Broadus Puritan Board Freshman

    I'll just echo what others have written. Founders has been used for great good in aiding many Baptists to recover their Particular Baptist heritage.
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