Today's Broadcast//August 23
When God inspires a woman to step forward and give leadership in ministry, how can the church help her become all God intended?
The Psalms of help and protection fall into a category of Scripture I’m not sure if I’m really using correctly. It seems like we gravitate toward them, but I have a hard time applying them to my life.
Pastor J.D. lovingly shows us that what we need is a relationship with a constant guide who, at every point, can provide the next piece.
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Pastor J.D. explains that if we offer our desperation to God in prayer, we will find him eager to listen, eager to forgive, eager to heal, eager to step in and help.
All throughout his ministry, Jesus explained that if your heart is in the right posture, and you have ears to hear, then the truth about him will be evident.
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We feel like we’ve learned from the past and look down on the actions of previous generations. But what’s different about our hearts?
Today, Pastor J.D. asks us very directly: Are you a sheep or a goat? Are you a lukewarm person? We all struggle with seasons where we are lukewarm, where we are striving to maintain a commitment to Christ but we falter.
Today, Pastor J.D. is going to share another one of Jesus’ parables. And this one is going to show us what it looks like to be a Christian in today’s world.
Yesterday, Pastor J.D. covered the first two signs that you might be in a contract relationship with God. And today he’s going to present three more in order for us to see that we must get rid of our contract and embrace the goodness and grace of God!
Pastor J.D. teaches about the dangers of believing God owes us something and wanting him to give us what we deserve.
Have you had an encounter with God that you would describe like finding a hidden treasure? Like finding a treasure that brought you so much joy that you gladly left everything else to possess it?