Today's Broadcast//April 19
The Ten Commandments reveal what’s wrong with our heart and then even give us clues on how to fix it.
The book of Revelation has generated more curiosity and debate than any other book of the Bible. So, Pastor J.D. is helping us wrap our minds around the main point of this prophetic book.
As we look at the life of the Apostle Paul, we’re discovering how the gospel transforms our priorities and our definition of success.
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Everyone wants to feel like they’ve succeeded at life. But, what does “success” even mean? Pastor J.D. describes the biblical standard for a successful life and explains how we can make our days count.
In this message, Pastor J.D. tackles a subject that can be a bit sensitive, but is vital to advancing the gospel. We’re talking about biblical generosity—in every area of life!
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What’s the heart behind true, biblical generosity? We’re tackling that subject as Pastor J.D. continues his series called, The Whole Story.
We all crave a greater purpose and for our lives to leave an impact. But, how do we make that happen? How do we find our calling?
In this message, we’re looking at a crucial moment that changed—not just the course of a single life—but the course of human history. And how you respond to this moment will change your eternity!
In the unfolding story of God’s redemptive plan for mankind, we’ve come to the climax of the story, the moment on which everything else hangs. It’s a hope-filled message about the crucifixion.
Pastor J.D. reminds us of the ultimate purpose of prayer and why it matters. And when we catch sight of this vision, it’ll give us a fresh excitement for prayer like never before!
Pastor J.D. challenges us to take a bold, public stance for our faith. He’s calling us to step out of our comfort zone and make our private faith known to the world.