Ask Me Anything//Episode 39
Pastor J.D. discusses some of the major objections to short-term mission trips and how we can participate in and facilitate them wisely.
Pastor J.D. discusses the origins of privilege, its influence in society, and the responsibility Christians have in the issue. A glimpse inside this episode: This term…
Pastor J.D. shares why Christianity that is not built on “it is written” is insufficient for both personal faith and sparking a worldwide resurgence of the Christian movement.
Pastor J.D. talks about creating a sending culture in the church by sending as many people as possible on short-term mission trips to open eyes to missional culture and principles.
Pastor J.D. gives parents some helpful guidelines for navigating conversations about sexual identity with their kids.
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Pastor J.D. discusses his hopes and goals for the new year.
Pastor J.D. speaks to the recent claim that Christians should unhitch their faith from the Old Testament and explains why doing so is unwise and untrue to the nature of Scripture.
Pastor J.D. explains why it’s important to not only read but also remember what you read with some helpful tips he’s found throughout the years.
Pastor J.D. discusses the difference between playing along with the idea of Santa Claus and helping kids distinguish truth from fiction.
Pastor J.D. shares his process for developing his weekly sermons, from research to manuscript and everything in between.
Pastor J.D. explains the three concentric circles of friendship—care, influence, and intimacy—and gives wisdom for how to approach relationships in each one, especially those affected by negativity.