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?
Everyone’s conversion story is different. Some people grew up in church and have always believed. Others had a dramatic conversion later in life. Are both those experiences valid? Or is there a specific formula you need to follow?
Have you ever wondered if it’s possible to lose your salvation? Or why some people who seem to be saved later walk away from God?
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Do you know any “zombie Christians,” who look and act like they’re saved but are only going through the motions? Pastor J.D. explains the vital signs that reveal whether or not you’ve been born again.
Christians might be “in the world” and not “of it,” but we’re still impacted by our consumerist culture! But what works in the marketplace doesn’t work in the church.
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What does the Bible mean when it says believers are dead to sin? Does it mean that Christians never mess up?
If you ask someone when they became a Christian, they’d probably point to a moment where they prayed “the sinners prayer!” But is praying a certain prayer really a magic ticket into heaven?
Have you ever tried negotiating with God? It’s a common occurrence, but as Pastor J.D. points out, we can’t bargain with God, because he doesn’t need anything from us in the first place!
As we dive into a brand new study called, Phantom Faith, Pastor J.D. explains the difference between true, saving faith and just going through the motions.
If you were to ask a hundred people what it means to be “Christian,” you’d probably get a ton of different answers. So what’s really the defining factor?
If you believe in God and don’t identify with any other religion, then you probably call yourself a Christian. But is that really all it takes to be a “follower of Christ?”