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.
They say imitation is the highest form of flattery, and it’s something we should aspire to in our relationship with God. But that’s easier said than done!
God isn’t just concerned about our actions; he’s concerned about reshaping our hearts. And Pastor J.D. is showing us how that principle plays out in one of the most intimate parts of life: our sexuality.
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We might vary on certain nuances, but most religions share the same basic moral code. So if that’s the case, then how is Christianity better than any other faith?
For a lot of people, Christianity seems like just a list of rules. But is that really all it is? Does Jesus just want us to live by a certain moral code?
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Christmas presents might look nice under the tree, but it would be silly to leave them there. Presents are meant to be opened and used. And the same is true of the spiritual gifts God has given us!
When you’re a baby, it’s okay to wear a diaper and use a pacifier. But at some point, you have to grow up. And the same is true of our faith. We can’t be spiritual babies forever!
You can know plenty of facts about your favorite celebrity, but that’s completely different than knowing them personally. And the same is true of God.
It’s not uncommon to meet people who consider themselves Christians but aren’t really involved in a church. Is it okay to just listen to a sermon online? Is it really any different than going to church?
By itself, a single Lego doesn’t really do much. And Christians are kind of like Legos in that sense. We can only accomplish our mission when we’re working together!
Everyone wants to know who they are and where they belong, so it’s no surprise that ancestry testing is all the rage right now. But does our family tree really define our identity?