AfterThought Podcast Episode 9: Interview with Pastor Jim from The Domain For Truth Blog

Today, dear friends, I dropped the 9th episode of my new podcast, AfterThought. I was graciously joined by Pastor Jim, or as we all know him, SlimJim, for a second time. The first time he came on the program the entire episode was lost. He was patient, and kind enough to come back on and let me interview him a second time. We discussed his testimony, his work as a pastor, and his work over seas teaching other pastors and missionaries. I hope that this episode will bless you as much as it blessed me. Pastor Jim, I can’t thank you enough for joining me on the program and talking with me about such an important topic.

You ca listen to AfterThought through iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and my host site Podbean. If you have any other platforms that you’d like to hear my podcast on, please let me know. I’m currently working on getting them on YouTube, so I will keep you all updated on that. I appreciate your encouragement and support for the podcast, it really means the world to me. I ask that you would be in prayer for me, as I attempt to make better use of my time. As always, beloved brethren, be good Berean’s and study to show yourselves approved.

Author: lnhereford

I am a Christian, wife, mother, podcaster and homeschooler currently traveling the United States with my loving husband and darling daughter!

14 thoughts on “AfterThought Podcast Episode 9: Interview with Pastor Jim from The Domain For Truth Blog”

  1. Thanks, sister! I really appreciated your interview with Pastor Jimmy! I was blessed by hearing his testimony and some of the details of his ministries and family and also his experiences giving out the Word and training young men overseas. I began following Pastor Jimmy’s blog three years ago and have been blessed and encouraged by his posts and friendship. Yes, we need to be in regular prayer for all of our pastors and their families, for missionaries, and for believers overseas who face persecution regularly.

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    1. Brother, thank you for listening to the podcast and writing me encouraging comments. I’m blessed and honored to have such a kind brother in Christ!

      When I listened back to the episode to edit it I was so moved yet again by what the missionaries are going through, especially the father who’s son wondered if he really loved him. Something we can’t understand here in America, but can surely pray for like you said.

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      1. Sister, I’m truly blessed by your ministries and encouragement!

        Yes, hearing about those struggling missionaries and persecuted indigenous pastors and brethren makes me ashamed of my gripes over superficial things.


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