My guest, Nathan McBride, shares with us a word about how we as Christians can love our neighbor during this unprecedented time of isolation and quarantine
My guest, Pastor Mike Shamburg, gives us a great parallel with the Israelites and how we do not fully remove sin from our life. During this tough time in the world, Christians need to step up and lead well!
Why was Moses not allowed to enter the Promised Land? Why is obedience so important to God and how can we learn from this story of Moses for our life?
My guest this week, Justin Capozzi, has a great perspective on how we should not let our fear overwhelm our faith during these troubled times
My guest this week, Jayme, provides some great examples on how to discipline our children with a heart based approach
For TBT, we look back at a guest article. How important is it to “show up” for the things you say are important to you? My guest, Pastor Shawn, describes the importance of intentional parenting.
My guest, Pastor Nathan Bentley, discusses why the Bible needs to be our foundation above all else
Jesus prayed give us our daily bread, and He said He was the “bread of life” but was He just talking about food or something far greater?
My guest, Derek Clark, discusses the importance of being vulnerable and addressing weaknesses in our lives before they hurt our relationships with others and with God
Guest Discerning Dad, Josh Rodgers, has a great article about how destructive pride can be and how we can remain humble in our walk with Christ
As humans we are left with questions when tragedy strikes, we do not always get answers, but as Christians we have hope and need to make the most of the time we have here on earth
My guest, Pastor Blake, explains the importance of the depth of prayer we give to God and how we need to view WHY we pray
You’ve probably seen Philippians 4:13 used in a lot of places, but how should we interpret this verse in context?
How do we parent our kids with patience and what is the example God gives to us? My guest Discerning Dad, Andy Haas, helps us discover the answer.
If forgiveness is a choice why is it so hard? What can we learn from the story of Jacob and Esau?