Office Hours: W. Robert Godfrey on The Myth of Influence

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R. Scott Clark

Puritan Board Senior
This week, Office Hours talks with Dr. W. Robert Godfrey, president of Westminster Seminary California, about making an impact for Christ and about the myth of influence.

To listen to this latest episode, visit:
Westminster Seminary California - Resources - The Myth of Influence by Dr. W. Robert Godfrey:: Westminster Seminary California
or alternatively:
http://www.netfilehost.com/wscal/OfficeHours/01.05.11wrg.mp3

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Listen to all the episodes at:
http://wscal.edu/resource-center/office-hours

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Thanks for listening!

Jac Stofberg (Candidate, M.Div)
Assistant to the Director: New Media Initiative
Westminster Seminary California
 

R. Scott Clark

Puritan Board Senior
Office Hours could use the help of the PB.

If you benefit from Office Hours (if you enjoyed this episode, or the interview with Sinclair Ferguson, or the interviews with Darryl Hart or Mike Horton or Terry Johnson and of the other episodes) please click here and click the like button? It will also help the program gain some visibility on iTunes if you could go there and give us a rating. Our listenership is good but it we want to reach as many people with the broadcast as possible.

If you want to tweet about OH, that would be great too.

I want to put together another all call-in show for the end of the school year. We have some good calls but I know there are PBers who could provide us with some excellent calls. Call us at 760 480 8477 and leave a message (it helps to use a land line; cellphone calls tend to break up) and we may use it in the broadcast.

Thanks for your help and thanks for listening.
 
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