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.
A lot of people expect that being a Christian will give them a new sense of purpose or comfort during a hard time. But Pastor J.D. is challenging us to rethink why we follow God.
Tragically, there are a lot of pastors who have used the Bible to manipulate their listeners into giving, promising financial blessing as a result. But that’s a far cry from the true heart behind biblical generosity!
Subscribe to Pastor J.D.’s podcast on iTunes or your favorite podcast app to get new broadcasts delivered right to your phone.
Even more than politics, money is usually considered an impolite topic to bring up at parties. But Pastor J.D. is diving headfirst into this sensitive subject, describing the biblical principles for handling wealth.
Whenever a pastor starts talking about money, people usually start squirming in their seats. But Jesus talked more about money than almost any other subject, so it’s not a topic we can avoid!
If God has used this resource as a blessing in your life, please consider giving to this ministry, above and beyond your tithe at your local church.
There’s a cliché phrase we often use when someone gets saved. We say that they “gave their life to Jesus.” But what does that really mean?
Everyone wants to experience God’s blessing, but how do we really grab ahold of that? What does it take to get the abundant life it talks about in Scripture?
In our series called All-In, Pastor J.D. is walking through the stories of five Old Testament characters who each give us a picture of what it means to be fully committed to God’s mission.
Noah and the Ark isn’t just a nice story about God saving some animals from a flood; it’s a powerful foreshadowing of the gospel.
Pastor J.D. concludes our series called Everyday Theology by looking at a little-read story from the book of Philemon about a runaway slave and the power of the gospel.
The gospel is the power for the Christian life. And in the book of Philemon, we see a real life example of the gospel transforming two first-century believers who couldn’t be more different.