AFT – Season 4 – Episode 3: Walter Boyd

In this episode of Alameda Family Talk, Walter Boyd visits with Youth & Family Minister Lee Langdon and the Alameda Summit Youth Ministry on a Zoom call.

What was it like to grow up in south Oklahoma City as a young man of color? The Black Lives Matter campaign and the racism issues being discussed in homes around the world, what does it all mean? What Scriptures help you view the world as a disciple of Jesus?

These questions and more are discussed and answered by Walter. If you listen to this podcast you will be challenged and blessed. Enjoy!

AFT – Season 4 – Episode 2: Matthew Dowling

This season on Alameda Family Talk, Senior Minister Rusty Tugman is talking with Alameda members about how they’re adjusting to life during this COVID-19 pandemic.

This week, Rusty talks with Matthew Dowling, minister at Plymouth Church of Christ in Michigan, and a former member at Alameda. Rusty and Matthew talk about COVID-19 and discuss topics, such as why does God allow something like this to happen? and tips on how to deal with grief during this time.

(AFT’s theme song is taken from Paul Simon’s song You Can Call Me Al. Download this classic song!)

AFT – Season 4 – Episode 1: Shannon Mashburn

This season on Alameda Family Talk, Senior Minister Rusty Tugman is talking with Alameda members about how they’re adjusting to life during this COVID-19 pandemic.

This week, Rusty talks with Shannon Mashburn about online schooling. Shannon offers tips for families on how to handle education at home.

(AFT’s theme song is taken from Paul Simon’s song You Can Call Me Al. Download this classic song!)

AFT – Season 3 – Episode 10: Galatians

This season on Alameda Family Talk, Senior Minister Rusty Tugman is diving into a study on the New Testament book of Galatians as a way of setting a broader context for our Sunday sermon series on the fruits of the spirit.  We hope this season encourages you each week as you walk through life with Christ.

This week, Rusty dives into Galatians 6 as he wraps up this season of the AFT podcast.

(AFT’s theme song is taken from Paul Simon’s song You Can Call Me Al. Download this classic song!)

AFT – Season 3 – Episode 9: Galatians

This season on Alameda Family Talk, Senior Minister Rusty Tugman is diving into a study on the New Testament book of Galatians as a way of setting a broader context for our Sunday sermon series on the fruits of the spirit.  We hope this season encourages you each week as you walk through life with Christ.

This week, Rusty dives into chapter 5 of Galatians, focusing on our freedom in Christ. We are free from guilt and shame because we are defined by Jesus’ grace, mercy, and love.

(AFT’s theme song is taken from Paul Simon’s song You Can Call Me Al. Download this classic song!)

AFT – Season 3 – Episode 8: Galatians

This season on Alameda Family Talk, Senior Minister Rusty Tugman is diving into a study on the New Testament book of Galatians as a way of setting a broader context for our Sunday sermon series on the fruits of the spirit.  We hope this season encourages you each week as you walk through life with Christ.

This week, Rusty focuses on Galatians 4:8-20, Paul’s writing about righteousness and the law.

(AFT’s theme song is taken from Paul Simon’s song You Can Call Me Al. Download this classic song!)

AFT – Season 3 – Episode 7: Galatians

This season on Alameda Family Talk, Senior Minister Rusty Tugman is diving into a study on the New Testament book of Galatians as a way of setting a broader context for our Sunday sermon series on the fruits of the spirit.  We hope this season encourages you each week as you walk through life with Christ.

In this episode, Rusty focuses on Galatians 3:23–4:7. People all over the world hunger for a reconciliation and peace in their lives that only Christ can provide. God wants a reconciled relationship with all people.  How can God use you in His work of reconciliation?

(AFT’s theme song is taken from Paul Simon’s song You Can Call Me Al. Download this classic song!)

AFT – Season 3 – Episode 6: Galatians

This season on Alameda Family Talk, Senior Minister Rusty Tugman is diving into a study on the New Testament book of Galatians as a way of setting a broader context for our Sunday sermon series on the fruits of the spirit.  We hope this season encourages you each week as you walk through life with Christ.

In this episode, Rusty makes a modern day parallel to Paul’s main concern in his letter to the Galatians.

(AFT’s theme song is taken from Paul Simon’s song You Can Call Me Al. Download this classic song!)

AFT – Season 3 – Episode 5: Galatians

This season on Alameda Family Talk, Senior Minister Rusty Tugman is diving into a study on the New Testament book of Galatians as a way of setting a broader context for our Sunday sermon series on the fruits of the spirit.  We hope this season encourages you each week as you walk through life with Christ.

In this episode, Rusty focuses on Galatians 3:23-29 with the question “How can we be delivered from sin & be made right with God?”

(AFT’s theme song is taken from Paul Simon’s song You Can Call Me Al. Download this classic song!)

AFT – Season 3 – Episode 4: Galatians

This season on Alameda Family Talk, Senior Minister Rusty Tugman is diving into a study on the New Testament book of Galatians as a way of setting a broader context for our Sunday sermon series on the fruits of the spirit.  We hope this season encourages you each week as you walk through life with Christ.

In this episode, Rusty focuses on Galatians 2:11-14, “Paul Opposes Peter.” He focuses on how we can hold each other accountable to stay the course for Christ even when our current culture pushes us in other directions.

(AFT’s theme song is taken from Paul Simon’s song You Can Call Me Al. Download this classic song!)