A podcast for Christians seeking truth
about one of life’s greatest questions:

What happens next and
how do I prepare?

Welcome!

New Listeners are advised to begin with Episode #1 to learn about the podcast host and the purpose for the podcast. Subsequent episodes can be listened to in any order, but sequentially is recommended, because the episodes build upon truth that is presented in earlier episodes.

The first 3 episodes are provided further down the page.

Latest Episode

023: Eaten Up with Zeal

Watching Jesus cast the money changers out of the temple must have been an astonishing sight, and it surely infuriated the religious leaders. Pastor Hollandsworth explains why Jesus takes this bold action immediately following His miracle of turning water to wine, describes the right response to anger, and makes application to disciples in the twenty-first century.


Pastor James Hollandsworth

Welcome! I am the podcast host – and a husband, father, grandfather, pastor, author, and former businessman. I hold a B.S. degree in Finance and a M.A. degree in Biblical Studies. I enjoy reading, spending time with family, discussing theology with friends over coffee, and working outdoors.

I have been a pastor since 1997, presently serving as the Pastor of Tri-City Baptist Church in Forest City, NC (since 2012).

Podcast Episodes

New Listeners are advised to begin with Episode #1 below. Subsequent episodes can be listened to in any order, but sequentially is recommended, because the episodes build upon truth that is presented in earlier episodes.

001: Have You Been Duped By Traditions?

Is some of our Christian teaching and preaching based on erroneous interpretations of Scripture that have been perpetually taught, generation after generation? Learn about your podcast host, Pastor James Hollandsworth, and how he came to realize that what he had been taught about the Judgment Seat of Christ was all wrong. The account we must all give to God is serious, not a mere awards ceremony, and multitudes  of believers are unprepared because they have been incorrectly taught.


002: Stuff That Burns

At the Judgment Seat, “fire will test each one’s work, of what sort it is.” Many will “suffer loss.” Another passage says, “he who does wrong will be repaid for what he has done.” What does this mean? And what is the stuff that burns? Why do so many teach that there is nothing to worry about? Pastor Hollandsworth discusses three inferior works that will be consumed at the Bema.


003: Three Tenses of Salvation

Did you know that salvation has three tenses: past, present, and future? What does this have to do with the spirit, soul, and body of man? Pastor Hollandsworth defines “soul salvation” and discusses the critical importance of this New Testament truth that is often misunderstood.


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