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.
All it would take is one little crack being overlooked, and even the enormous Hoover Dam would come tumbling down. And the same can be true of our lives.
In a commencement address, the speaker usually tries to summarize all their wisdom and life advice into one speech. And that’s what King Solomon did at the dedication of the temple.
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Popular thought says there are lots of ways to know God. But is that really how it works? Does every religion just have a different piece of the same puzzle?
A lot of us think that getting serious about God means giving up our day job and going into full-time ministry. But Pastor J.D. reveals that every job is a full-time ministry!
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Most of us have different personas for different places. But Pastor J.D. explains that we don’t need to separate work and worship. We can glorify God even in the so-called “secular” parts of life.
Have you ever been facing a really big decision and you prayed for God’s guidance, but all you heard back were crickets? What’s the secret to unlocking God’s wisdom?
As we kick off a brand new series called, The Man Who Had It All, we’re looking at the life of King Solomon, a fascinating Old Testament figure whose story is a string of seeming contradictions.
Everyone wants to find a career where they can use their gifts and talents. But Pastor J.D. reminds us that as believers, we all have one calling that outweighs any other!
Everyone wants to have a calling in life, a task that they are specifically designed to accomplish. And Pastor J.D. explains that if you’re a follower of Christ, you do have a calling!
If you’re like most people, you’ve probably been through seasons when you felt like your prayers were just bouncing off the ceiling and wasting your time. But get ready for a perspective shift!