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For Throwback Thursday we look at forgiveness. If forgiveness is a choice why is it so hard? What can we learn from the story of Jacob and Esau?
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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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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.
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.
My guest this week, Mark, tackles a tough but important subject on the assurance of our salvation and what that means to the Christian
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Is love a feeling or more? Can you love Jesus more than you already do and what does that mean? Read more to find out.
My guest this week, James Spencer, tells us about the importance of letting the Bible and the Holy Spirit speak to us instead of us projecting what we think it is trying to say.
Do you feel stuck in a season when God has promised you more? Why is it important to be faithful to where we are called and wait on God’s timing? We will take a look at the example of King David.
During these times of panic and fear, it can be very hard if not feel impossible to have a perspective on God’s plan and how we fit into it as Christians. We will discuss a few examples in the Bible of people who did not have perspective at the time, but whose faith propelled them to believe in God even when all seemed hopeless.