Today's Broadcast//June 14
Today Pastor J.D. uses the familiar Old Testament verse, Micah 6:8, to frame his teaching in the first chapter of Colossians.
Wherever Jesus went, crowds followed. But no matter a person’s class or station in life, Jesus extends compassion and tenderness to anyone who comes to him in faith.
Pastor J.D. reminds us that God’s kingdom is not reserved for a select group of people; it’s for everyone who puts their faith in Jesus Christ!
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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.
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.
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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.
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 titled Kingdom Come.
Do you have pain, disappointment, or unanswered questions in your life? This brand-new series in the Gospel of Luke will help you understand what real faith is—in spite of the challenges that life throws at you.
It’s usually in the middle of life’s storms that God uses us to make the biggest impact in the lives of those around us.
Life doesn’t always go the way we want. But even in the midst of those difficult seasons, God calls us to make the most of our time.
Sometimes it can feel like the weight of the world is on our shoulders. But Pastor J.D. explains that there’s only one person who’s responsible for saving the world, and it’s not us!