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.
Crime scene experts often confess that eyewitness testimony is subject to some personal interpretation. But the testimony of Jesus’ disciples all points to the same rock-solid evidence.
The early church grew faster than any other religion in history. What made this movement so powerful? Pastor J.D. answers that question as he continues our study in the book of Acts.
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When we’re picking a movie theatre, we decide based on what we can get out of the experience. But it can be a real problem when that attitude translates to how we think about church!
What does it take to be a fully committed follower of Christ? Pastor J.D. answers that question as he continues our study of Acts.
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If you’re like most people, you probably think that mission work is for someone else who’s more spiritual or more talented. But Pastor J.D.’s giving us a whole new perspective!
As he begins a study in the book of Acts called, SENT, Pastor J.D. is unpacking the birth and spread of the early church, and he’s calling us to be part of the movement.
Many of us felt confident and invincible as young kids, but as we grew older, insecurities set in and we started questioning ourselves. So, what happened?
Self-improvement is an American obsession. But Pastor J.D. reveals that the real path to greater confidence exists outside oneself.
When God doesn’t show up when we want him to, we can get worried and anxious. And that can lead to disaster! Today on Summit Life, Pastor J.D. Greear challenges us to be patient when God doesn’t seem to be making good on his promises.
Sometimes when we’re afraid or in a bind, we try to bargain with God. We’ve all been there, trying to get Jesus to line up with our needs or demands.