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.
Most people say they want peace and unity, but few people will do the work to obtain it. Because it usually requires crossing cultural barriers to bridge the divide.
As flawed human beings, our natural tendency is to focus on ourselves, as we try to look good. But appearances can be deceiving, resulting in some serious consequences.
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What characterizes a gospel-centered life? Praying? Going to church? Being kind to your neighbor? Pastor J.D. provides the answer as we continue our study of the birth of the early Church, and its mission today.
So what does a hero look like? Does he wear a red cape? Does he shoot across the sky like a bird or a plane? Get ready for a real look at heroism!
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When bad things happen, many of us focus so much on the problem that we lose sight of the solution. But our focus shouldn’t be on our failures, but on our faith.
Most of us have no problem telling others about our favorite movie or the latest TV show we’ve seen. So why is sharing the gospel so difficult?
Is there more than one way to get to heaven? Pastor J.D. explains the core problem with that question in his message titled, The Inclusive Exclusivity.
Whether it’s money, fame, power, or even health, it’s human nature to want what we “think” we want. But a lot of times, that’s not what we need.
The world today is full of suffering and pain. But is that how it’s supposed to be? Pastor J.D. explains that in the world to come, God has a different plan.
Is the Bible really the Word of God? The apostles and the first-century believers staked their lives on it! Learn why you should, too.