4 August, 2023
What comes to mind when you think about the Kingdom of God? Jesus robed in white, walking beside your loved ones on streets of gold? Well, it’s likely that we all need to broaden our perspective.
3 August, 2023
The temptation of Jesus is a passage of scripture that raises a lot of questions. It may even cause us to wonder why Jesus seemed to be playing Satan’s game. Pastor J.D. clears up the confusion, offering us practical application for overcoming temptation in our lives today.
2 August, 2023
Everyone enjoys the good things in life. But when those “good things” become our focus, we’ve landed in enemy territory. Learn how to steer clear of the temptations.
1 August, 2023
Can God’s plan triumph over all of life’s hurts and disappointments? It’s a question most of us have asked. Pastor J.D. provides the answer as he continues the series called Kingdom Come.
31 July, 2023
Do you have pain, disappointment, or unanswered questions in your life? This message, titled “Surprise,” teaches us what real faith is—in spite of the challenges that life throws at you. Don’t miss it Monday on Summit Life with J.D. Greear.
28 July, 2023
In this message from Romans 10, Pastor J.D. continues to lean into the truth that those of us who have heard the message have an obligation to share it and how to send or be sent.
27 July, 2023
Are you ready to say “yes” to whatever God asks you to do? In this message, Pastor J.D. looks at four important verses from Romans 10 that show us why, as the ones who believe in the gospel message, we owe it to those who have not heard to take it to them.
26 July, 2023
Do your circumstances feel pretty dark and heavy right now? When we feel far from God, it’s easy to doubt that we have what it takes to be saved. But in this message from Pastor J.D. on Romans 10, we see why we can trust that what was required for salvation has been fulfilled in Jesus and how, when we confess and believe that Jesus is Lord, we will never be disappointed.
25 July, 2023
In this message, Pastor J.D. looks at Romans 10 to show us how, no matter how much shame we feel from our past or how far we feel from God, he is as close as our mouth and our heart.