Today's Broadcast//October 15
Our words are incredibly powerful and can do a lot of damage. Pastor J.D. reminds us that the words we choose can either wound, or they can heal.
No one likes being the bearer of bad news, and we like hearing bad news even less! But sin isn’t something we can just ignore.
No one likes being corrected. And even though it doesn’t feel good, being called out on our sin is often the most loving thing someone can do for us!
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In the book of Joel, we read about a period in Israel’s history when the Israelites were facing God’s judgment over their sin. But even God’s judgment is an expression of his love!
Why would a loving God let so many bad things happen? Pastor J.D. flips that question on its head, challenging us to consider the possibility that the trials we face might actually proof be God’s love.
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Sometimes, when we’re struggling with sin, we might start to worry that God is going to run out of patience. But Pastor J.D. reminds us that God’s grace is never-ending, and his love is scandalous!
As we kick off a series titled, Come Back to Me, we’re discovering a beautiful and surprising picture of the gospel in the story of an unusual marriage.
Our society tends to define success by how many things you accomplish. But God has a different standard! Pastor J.D. challenges us to slow down and make room for rest.
Most of us live our lives at a frantic pace. But Pastor J.D. urges us to slow down, explaining why it’s so important to make space in our schedules for God to move.
Why do you get up and go to work every morning? Pastor J.D. explains how God wants us to think about our careers and challenges us to view them through the lens of the gospel.
Whether you’re working your dream job, or are dreaming of the day you can retire, your work is way more important than you think!