Today's Broadcast//June 18
We go to church on the weekends, check that box, and move on. But today, Pastor J.D. reminds us that Jesus isn’t one part of our life, he’s first in everything!
Pastor J.D. shows us how God gave us earthly experiences to learn about him. Marriage is the clearest example of this. Marriage points beyond itself to something divine.
Pastor J.D. never shies away from tackling subjects that might make some of us blush. As society keeps postponing marriage later and later, he’s teaching a counter-cultural message on the seventh commandment.
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We’re going back to some of Pastor J.D.’s early sermons because this is foundational teaching. Pastor J.D. reminds us that we’re all created in the image of God.
“You shall not kill” is a pretty easy command to remember and obey. Pastor J.D. points out that this command goes a lot deeper in revealing how much, or little, we value life in our hearts.
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In my experience, it’s those we love the most that can disappoint us and inflict the deepest wounds. Today, Pastor J.D. reminds us that we’ve all fallen short and there’s only One who will never fail us.
Today Pastor J.D. brings a challenging message from an unexpected place in the Bible as he teaches on the fifth commandment in our series called, This is What the Heart Looks Like.
As time goes on, we start to put our trust and security in what we do. But today, Pastor J.D. challenges us to remember the Sabbath and make room for rest.
We all find ourselves trusting in our work more than God for our future. But Pastor J.D. is reminding us why it’s so important to keep the Sabbath holy.
Sometimes we attempt to make God look more like us, rather than seeing ourselves in him! Pastor J.D. is helping us to examine our hearts and identify the graven images in our lives.
When you hear the word “idol,” what do you picture? An ancient statue, a graven image? Pastor J.D. explains that idols are still with us today, they just come in different packages.