In their conversation, Michael and Dr. Kroll discuss:
- Struggles in ministry for those who have been believers from childhood
- An eternal perspective, which prioritizes God’s design for one’s life—not one’s own design.
- Beginning each day aware of the judgement seat of Christ.
“My significance is all wrapped up in my relationship with God.
If our significance is found in insignificant things, even our significance is insignificant.“
1 Samuel 12:24
Ted Angstrom, Managing Your Time
Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Meditations on the Cross
Eckhard Schnabel, Jesus in Jerusalem: The Last Days
Mentioned in the episode: The Helios Projects
“The most serious need of churches in economically-challenged countries is the need to train their untrained pastors.” – Woodrow Kroll
While the HELIOS Projects would be of great benefit to any Christian looking to grow in their understanding of the Bible and the Christian faith (perhaps you), the main focus of the HELIOS Projects is on reaching those pastors and Christian workers with the most obstacles to receiving such training. It is this focus that dictates what the HELIOS Projects are, how they are delivered and why we (Woodrow Kroll Ministries) do the things we do.
Learn more about The HELIOS Projects and how you can get involved HERE.
Dr. Woodrow Kroll served as President and Senior Bible Teacher of the international radio ministry Back to the Bible for 23 years. He was heard by millions daily on more than 1250 radio stations in the United States and almost anywhere the English language is spoken in the world. Author of more than 50 books, today he is retired and enjoying his life in Nebraska. The passion of Dr. Kroll’s heart continues to be connecting people with God through His Word. This has become more challenging over the decades because of the growing plague of Bible illiteracy in America. Recently Dr. Erwin Lutzer, pastor of Moody Church in Chicago, said: “God has chosen Woodrow Kroll to be the man to sound the alarm of Bible illiteracy and awaken us to a vision of better days ahead.” George Gallup added: “Woodrow Kroll has been a frontline leader in the effort to bring back the Bible as the foundation of faith.” Dr. Kroll continues to teach the Word and touch the world.
Woodrow Kroll served as president of Davis College (Binghamton, NY) for a decade before joining Back to the Bible (Lincoln, NE) and as chairman of the Division of Religion at Liberty University (Lynchburg, VA) before that. He and his wife Linda reside in Ashland, Nebraska. They have four married children, sixteen grandchildren, and five great grandchildren.
Our thanks to Dr. Kroll for sharing his time and wisdom with us!