What in the world does Sun Tzu’s famous military book “The Art of War” have to do with our walk as Christians? Read to find out.
For Throwback Thursday we look at what it means to take ground in areas of our life as Christians and be the influencer not the influenced.
Christians are called to not be conformed the world but be transformed. What can we learn from the Israelites request for a king and how it applies today?
Why is it so hard to stay the course sometimes? Why do I hear from other people that I am not doing the right thing even when I know God instructed me? We will look at a lesser known example in the Bible about what happens when we listen to the wrong voices in our lives.
Vulnerability can have a negative connotation but how can it be utilized properly in the Christian walk to propel you to a place of blessing?
For TBT- Are you committed to God in the good and the bad? What can we learn from the Israelites from the Bible during their time of in the desert?
Sin gets what it wants, it doesn’t care who or what it hurts to find appeasement. What can we learn from the story of King David about this toxic road of sin?
The Israelites were commanded to give of their sacrifices “without defect.” How does this apply to our Christian walk today?
My guest this week shares an awesome example of the story of the road to Emmaus and how it parallels what we face today
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For Throwback Thursday we look at what does it mean to be bold in our faith? The answer according to the Bible might surprise you…
My guest today, and brother-in-law, gives us a great perspective from the Bible and his personal life of how important it is to learn from your mistakes (sins) and not repeat them.
For throwback Thursday, How do we avoid being apathetic Christians? Can we recover our “first love”?
The question of whether spiritual gifts have died off or not is a hotly debated topic among Christians, often with gravitation towards one extreme or another. My guest, Pastor Chad, takes an objective and scholarly review of this subject. I pray that you learn something regardless of which side of the issue you fall on and have discernment to research the topic for yourself.