Counter your disappointments by listening in to find out the connection between grace, gratitude and the glory of God as we dive into 2 Corinthians 4:15.
What if your lack of joy was caused by your unwillingness to re-frame reality according to God's plan? Listen in and learn that we were made to overflow with joy in the middle of the messes of life.
Do the day to day occurrences in your life happen for a reason? Do they somehow fit into God’s grand story? Listen to how God wants to use you in the great narrative He is writing!
Ever wonder if you're on the right path to happiness? Listen in as we learn from Psalm 1 about a joyful, listening path, a tree overflowing with fruit and knowing deep in our bones that we are known by King Jesus.
Disappointed? Has illness, betrayal or loss left you gasping for joy? For many of us it is the gnawing lack of joy that lurks like an alligator silently drifting below the surface of our lives. Listen in as we hear Jesus tell a story about joy being the center of his Kingdom.
Do you find it easy or scary to share the story of Jesus with close-minded friends and neighbors? If you find yourself more scared than brave, listen in on a saying and a story that will grow your courage in Christ.
God came near in Christ and clothed Himself in human flesh. We call this undeserved closeness of God the incarnation. Listen in on a saying and a story where God comes close to sinners in Christ and listens in on their deepest needs.
42 Seconds. According to author Carl Medearis, that’s the average length of Jesus’ conversations as recorded in the gospels. Jesus deeply and eternally impacted people’s lives through brief, everyday connections—and you can too. Listen in on a story where a woman is greeted with healing grace. By hearing the good news of this story you will be ready to greet others with healing grace too.
The Church is sent on mission by Jesus to be agents of His undeserved love and glory. Does the church have a mission to do for God or does God have a church for His mission? Does God join us to help us reach our goals or do we join God to reach his goals? Listen in and find out how the last conversation Jesus had with his friends (Acts 1:1-8) answers these questions.
Our heart is the mission-control center of our being. God designed us to live, first and foremost, as lovers with deep desires. But what do we do if those desires deviate from God's clear command for us to love Him above all and to love your neighbor as yourself? Listen in as the Tenth command is explained, illustrated and applied.
With all of the "fake" news and half-truths swirling around how do we navigate the river of chatter and information flowing our way? God, who is truth at His core, tells us the truth about lies. Listen in as the 9th command explains how we were meant to live life with a capital L!
We don't obey the law to be accepted. Instead, we are first accepted in Christ and then obey. But the law "don't steal" is clearly aimed at a minority of shoplifting criminals, not the average moral church member, right? Listen in as this message gets us thinking about theft and the way Christ became poor to make us rich
We live in a hyper-sexualized culture. Since God made us with a desire for relationships and a longing for worship it is no surprise that we want sexual intimacy. Listen in as the sensitive subject of adultery is addressed and we'll learn to live the abundant life that God intended.
The command to not murder another seems irrelevant to our lives. And yet, Jesus taught that an entrenched attitude of anger toward another, where you begin to insult and label them with abusive terms is the sin under the murder that we never thought we would commit. Listen in as J.P. Sibley teaches about living life to the fullest by living the good commands of God.