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.
There are some things in life you can put off to the last minute with few consequences. But Pastor J.D. warns about something you might be putting off that has much higher stakes!
If there’s one part of Scripture most of us skip over, it’s the genealogies. But Pastor J.D. explains that those lists are actually critical to understanding God’s plan of salvation.
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Recently, there’s been a growing interest in studying family histories. In this message, we’re looking at Jesus’ family history and what it reveals about God’s overarching plan for human history.
If you asked an atheist why they don’t believe in God, they’ll often say that it’s due to a lack of evidence. But is that really the case? Or are there logical reasons to believe the Bible?
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As Pastor J.D. continues our series called, The Whole Story, he’s looking at the greatest love letter ever written: the book of Isaiah.
As Pastor J.D. continues his overview of the Bible, he turns our attention to a lesser-known account from the Old Testament that gives us a powerful picture of God’s purpose in our suffering.
When everything seems to be going wrong, we might start to wonder if God has abandoned us. But Pastor J.D. is helping us see God’s greater purpose in our pain.
Though it might not look the same as it did in the Old Testament, idolatry is still alive and well in our day. Pastor J.D. cautions us against giving our hearts to idols.
The Jewish temple was much more than a place to worship God. It was the symbol of his presence! So, why don’t we have a temple today?
When life is going well, it’s easy to say that we trust God’s plan. But what about when everything seems to be falling apart? Does having faith mean we pretend everything is fine?