Today's Broadcast//July 16
In Jesus’ day, many people had ideas of who Jesus was and what he was supposed to do. But Jesus always had a way of shattering their expectations.
Almost everyone struggles with contentment, whether we’re dreaming of something in the future or wishing for the past. But Pastor J.D. explains that there are only two days we should focus on.
Pastor J.D. shares his vision for Ask Me Anything and discusses why it’s important to ask candid, tough questions in pursuit of biblical wisdom.
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No matter what stage of life we’re in, most of us are either wishing away the present, or pining for the past. But Pastor J.D. challenges us not to fall into either of those traps.
What are the biggest stressors in your life today? If you’re like most people, money is probably somewhere high on the list. But God didn’t design us to be slaves to wealth!
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Money can be a sensitive topic, but the Bible has a lot to say about spending money and building wealth. Pastor J.D. is presenting the biblical principles for handling money.
There are few things in life that cause more anxiety than money. So how do we master our finances without letting money master us?
Do you remember that little rhyme, “Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words can never hurt me”? That sentiment may be comforting, but deep down, we all know it’s not true.
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.
Being able to navigate conflict is an important life skill. But Pastor J.D. explains that there’s an even more important reason for us to learn how to forgive!
Nobody likes fighting with someone they love. And yet, when we’re close to someone, there’s bound to be some conflict. So how do we navigate disagreements without resorting to a shouting match?