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.
Have you ever considered what you would like to have written on your tombstone? Death isn’t something we like to think about, but Pastor J.D. asks us to reflect on the summation of our lives.
I bet we all have things we’re not willing to give up. And if we’re holding too tight to something, it might be an idol!
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When we hear the word “idol,” we probably conjure up images of ancient statues and graven images. But idols are still with us today, they just come in different packages.
Bank tellers don’t waste their time looking at counterfeit bills. Instead they spot fakes by studying the genuine article! And, if we want to share God’s plan in a counterfeit culture, we have to start by studying his word.
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When it comes to cross-cultural communication, there’s a lot that can get lost in translation. We’re learning that in order for others to understand the gospel, we first need to understand where they’re coming from!
In the midst of trials and tribulations, do our actions draw people closer to God or push them further away?
A businesswoman, a slave girl, and jailer. What do all these people have in common? No, they’re not the punch line for a joke, but three reminders that the gospel message is for everyone!
From the outside, it might seem like there are a lot of rules and regulations for Christians. But Pastor J.D. explains how to remove the barriers that may keep people from coming to Jesus.
The early Church was anything but vanilla! It was full of people from all kinds of backgrounds and ethnicities!
In war, every strategy and every opportunity should be employed. And it’s no different for Christians, battling to further God’s mission. Learn how to make prayer a part of your battle plan!