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.
It’s much easier and more comfortable to keep our faith a private, personal thing. But Pastor J.D. is challenging us to get outside our comfort zone and make our faith known.
Even with all the comfort and luxury of modern life, happiness is still hard to come by. And all the self-care and positivity in the world can never truly satisfy our souls. So, what are we missing?
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We all crave happiness, and yet, it often seems elusive. So what’s the solution? How do we escape the rat race and find true, lasting joy?
When we picture Jesus, we often think of him as our gentle Good Shepherd. But Pastor J.D. is drawing our attention to another aspect of Jesus’ character that we don’t think about as often!
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We don’t typically think of fear as a positive thing. However, when it comes to our relationship with God, fear is actually a good, healthy, and even essential emotion.
Have you ever prayed for a miracle? Sometimes, you might get the answer you were hoping for! But other times, it seems like God doesn’t respond. So why is that?
Pastor J.D. walks us through the story of two people who came to Jesus looking for physical healing. But these stories are about so much more than just getting your prayers answered!
Whether we’re aware of it or not, we all face temptations on a daily basis. So, how do we find the power to overcome and keep resisting the constant enticement?
When you hear the word, “sin,” impatience probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. But Pastor J.D. explains that a lack of patience is at the root of a lot of sins.
Baptism is one of those subjects that tends to stir up some lively debate among believers. But what does the Bible say on the issue, and why does it even matter?