Episode 86- Erik Raymond– Chasing Contentment: Trusting God in a Discontented Age

Posted On May 15, 2017

Welcome to the eighty-sixth episode of Equipping You in Grace. On today’s episode, Dave interviews Erik Raymond about his book Chasing Contentment: Trusting God in a Discontented Age (Crossway, 2017)

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • Erik’s journey towards contentment.
  • Practical tips Erik has learned about contentment.
  • How Jeremiah Burroughs work on contentment has shaped his Christian life.
  • Why Christians should read the Puritans on the Christian life.
  • Some practical ways we can strive to be content in God.
  • What we can learn from the Apostle Paul about contentment.
  • Why God’s providence is foundational to contentment.
  • How to be content in the midst of trials.

About the Guest:

Erik Raymond is the preaching pastor at Emmaus Bible Church in Omaha, Nebraska. He is a frequent contributor to many websites and periodicals, and blogs regularly at Ordinary Pastor, hosted by the Gospel Coalition.

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