The new podcast is doing well on iTunes. Gil Michelini sent me a message on Facebook telling me that I hit #1 on Apple’s iTunes for Podcasts in “New and Noteworthy” in “Christianity.” Pretty cool.
A huge “THANK YOU” to everyone who has written amazing 5-star reviews. I just hit the record button and talk on the mic. My part is easy. Y’all are the ones that pushed it up to the top. I’m grateful to you all. Again, thank you so much.
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And here’s this week’s podcast…
Islam has surpassed Catholicism as the biggest religion on earth? Why aren’t we fired up about this? Today we look at a simple strategy for converting 7.1 billion people to Christ. Yes, it’s possible. Listen the podcast to find out how you can be a part of it!
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“How You Can Convert 7 Billion People”
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“How to Convert 7 Billion People”
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