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!
Today, in our series on the Ten Commandments, Pastor J.D. is tackling the first commandment, the one that is key to all the rest: You shall have no other gods before me.
Do you have a drawer full of owner’s manuals at your house? A place you store appliance manuals that you’ve never read? Pastor J.D. is showing us how the Ten Commandments reveal what our hearts are like.
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The Ten Commandments reveal what’s wrong with our heart and then even give us clues on how to fix it.
As believers, we know we’re saved by God’s grace alone not by any rules that we follow. So why does the Bible give us so many rules we can never fully live up to?
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Pastor J.D. explains the true purpose behind all of God’s standards in a message from a series we’re beginning called, This Is What the Heart Looks Like.
Paul shows us in Ephesians 5 that marriage is a divine mystery that points us to something higher – and that is Christ and the Church.
Today, we’ll look to Ephesians 5 for clarity and direction on intimacy in relationships. Actually, sex is one of the few topics that’s addressed in almost every book of the Bible.
If we’re honest, a lot of us would admit that the biblical view of marriage seems pretty outdated and patriarchal. Pastor J.D. is talking about what it actually means for a husband to lead.
Today we’re jumping into the delicate and controversial subject of the biblical roles of husbands and wives. Whether you’re single, married, divorced, or widowed, you’ll wanna listen!
“Sticks and stones may break our bones but words will never hurt us.” Pastor J.D. gives us practical wisdom for how our words can be grace-saturated during conflict.