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!)

AFT – Season 3 – Episode 3: 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.

On this episode, Rusty focuses on Paul’s conversion story in Galatians 1.

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

AFT – Season 3 – Episode 2: Galatians

This season on Alameda Family Talk, we are 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 chapter 1 of 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 1: Galatians

This season on Alameda Family Talk, we are 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, Senior Minister Rusty Tugman provides an introduction to the theme of Galatians.

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

AFT Season 2 – Episode 5: Martin Shikuku

Martin Shikoku came into my office this week with Alameda member, Todd Robeson. Hearing about Martin and Anne’s ministry in Kenya was fascinating! Listen to how this faithful ministry couple met years ago and how God has used them ever since. Hear about how Todd and Martin connected years ago and the work they were able to do together. Martin tells beautiful stories about drilling wells in various towns and planting churches along the way. I hope you will take some time and listen to this fun episode of AFT.

Lee Langdon, Todd Robeson, Martin & Anne Shikuku
Martin Shikoku’s business card

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

AFT Season 2 – Episode 4: Brandon “Kiefer”

Brandon Kiefer, our 2017 Summit summer intern, he is finally here! Listen to our fun discussion on his first day in the office. Learn about where he is from, about his family, and why he chose to attend Oklahoma Christian. A combined history major and a band musician, Kiefer loves a good musical. Find out what instrument he plays in the OC band. Do you play ping-pong? Maybe you should challenge him this summer! I hope you will listen to our podcast and then introduce yourself to Kiefer next time you get a chance.

Kiefer at the OKC Dodgers game with the Summit!

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

AFT Season 2 – Episode 3: Charlotte Barnachez

I was very pleased to visit with Charlotte Barnachez in my office recently. She is a lovely woman full of surprises! Find out where she lived overseas when she was first married. Learn about her far-away children, her sandy Texas childhood, and how she is a mother to well over 74 children! Charlotte is a longtime member of Alameda and has served many people in various ways, through various ministries. Take a listen to our conversation and get to know a little more this faithful servant.

This is a great picture of Charlotte!

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