AGR: The Christian’s Continual Struggle with Sin (Part 2)

It was my pleasure to fill-in for Chris Gordon on Abounding Grace Radio last week.  Tuesday–Friday we broadcast a 4-part series on Romans 7: “The Christian’s Continual Struggle Against Sin.” Here is part 2 of the series.

You can also find the series “The Christian’s Continual Struggle With Sin” in the HB media archive.

Daily Broadcast Schedule
7:00 AM and 7 PM on GraceRadio 107.9 FM (Modesto,CA),
4:00 PM on KPRZ 1210 AM (San Diego, CA),
4:00 PM on KPDQ 800 AM (Portland/Salem, OR)
4:00 PM on KRDU 1130 AM (Fresno, CA),
4:30 PM on KARI 550 AM (Northwest WA and Lower Mainland of B.C.)
KVOH out of Zambia into the larger African continent.

7:30 PM (Sundays) on CJFW 103.1 FM Terrace B.C.
8:30 AM and 9:30 PM (Sundays) on CFIS 93.1 FM (Prince George, B.C.)

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  1. Scott, I’m not sure you would know the answer to this, but the AGR podcasts no longer work on iTunes (the podcast no longer updates, and I get this error: “The URL ‘’ could not be found on the server” — even after resubscribing).

    Do you happen to know what’s going on? If not, I’ll ask them on the agradio website, but I thought I’d ask you first, since you’ve been filling in. Thanks.

    • Ah. Okay. I don’t go to their website but do listen to the podcast and noticed recently that it wasn’t updating.

      Good to know. Thank you.

      In the meantime I’ll take a listen to these two broadcasts. I’m looking forward to them; always appreciative of the work you do.

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