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Welcome to the Speak Life Podcast

We are a Christian ministry....

Helping others make better life choices, and providing mobile Christian worship that transforms lives. Making sense of things Eternal for those of us trying to live right, and enjoy the life we have. Information, and entertaining you might have missed in church when you were loving the outdoors, working, riding or serving. (hunters, fisherman, gun owners, law enforcement / security, veterans, bikers)

“Speak Life” is going to make you smarter.  Give you less stress, less fear and more faith in the God folks are trying hard to trivialized and misunderstand.  

 

Speak Life is a weekly podcast that gives you what you missed in church.  It ministers.  The host is your pastor-at-large, Kenn Blanchard

 

Listen! Pray! to get food for your Soul, encouragement, and the Word. 

 

This podcast is a non-denominational Christian community, where we answer your questions, concerns and address feedback that arises regarding Libsyn itself.

 

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Rev. Kenn Blanchard

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Dec 29, 2017

On this New Year episode, I have a lengthy conversation with a brilliant man that I respect and admire.  Greg Medford is my guest of Medford Knife and Tool Co.  He has some different ideas about faith, religion and philosophy and gives strong opinion about it.  I present him to you in hopes that you will not shy away from hearing someone who knows what HE believes.  I believe that YOU should seek to believe as strongly in Jesus Christ as he does about his philosophies. 

 

Music used with permission from IWillSpeakLife.com and Richard Smallwood and Vision's "Total Praise"