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.
There are many different parenting theories, and it can all be a little overwhelming. But Pastor J.D. reminds us of our most important task when it comes to raising kids.
We all want to be good parents and do right by our kids, but they don’t exactly come with a manual! So how do we know what to do and what to prioritize?
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A lot of people imagine God as an angry judge who’s constantly disappointed. But Pastor J.D. reveals that God actually uses our failures to make us more dependent on him!
If we’re honest, we’ve all had days where we’ve messed up big time. But as Pastor J.D. continues our series called, Can’t Believe, he explains how God can redeem even our greatest failures.
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Many people who reject the resurrection like to think that their issue is an intellectual one. But Pastor J.D. argues that unbelief doesn’t actually stem from a lack of evidence.
As we continue our series called, Can’t Believe, we’re discovering how we can overcome doubts and fully trust in God, even if we still have questions.
Pastor J.D. explains that not making a decision is, in itself, a decision! We might not be actively rejecting God, but are we willing to step out in faith and follow him?
As we continue our series called, Can’t Believe, we’re discovering how staying on the sidelines can cause us to miss out on Jesus.
How do we continue trusting God when life goes wrong? Pastor J.D. helps us think through that question and find hope to sustain our faith through the hard times.
When life goes tragically wrong, a lot of people end up questioning their faith. But Pastor J.D. explains that pain can either drive us away from God, or it can drive us deeper into the gospel.