Today's Broadcast//August 23
When God inspires a woman to step forward and give leadership in ministry, how can the church help her become all God intended?
Remember that one time in the Bible when Jesus got angry? And he didn’t hide it? And he didn’t sin? Pastor J.D. is helping us see how we can be angry like Jesus, too.
When it comes to money, parenting, career, and any of the other litany of things we worry about, God is not telling us to sit back and do nothing. He is saying that we need to do what we can, and trust him with the results.
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We worry most about what we are devoted to most. Jesus talks about the difficult emotion of anxiety by first challenging what we are most devoted to.
Whenever we struggle with depression, despair, or doubts about God, we think there’s something wrong with us or maybe we just don’t have enough faith. And it can be difficult to ask for help because we don’t want anyone to see us as broken.
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Pastor J.D. shows us that the aim of the Bible’s teaching on emotions isn’t to suppress them or even to manage them, but to read them accurately, express them honestly, and allow the gospel reshape them completely.
Whether we’re aware of it or not, we all face temptations daily. The temptation to lie, to cheat, to be prideful about overcoming temptation… The list could go on and on! So, how do we get the power to overcome and resist?
Baptism is one of those subjects that tends to stir up some debate among Christians. One thing we can all agree on is that we can’t save ourselves. Christ in his love paid a debt for us that he did not owe.
Pastor J.D. is explaining how religion can actually keep you from truly surrendering to Jesus and experiencing the power of the gospel.
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.
Psalm 91 seems to say that if you trust God, nothing bad will happen to you, and your life will go smoothly. It almost sounds like karma. Pastor J.D. uses Romans 8:28 to show us how the promises of Psalm 91 are still true.