This week we transition into the Ascent of a Leader, but first we talk about how these truths can impact teenagers at a summer camp.
This week we welcome back John and talk about what it has been like touring with MercyMe.
John reads us a story about his smoking days from On My Worst Day. We talk about how will power has nothing on those habits or sins that we keep promising to stop.
We talk the angst that accompanies our perception of God's destiny for us.
Philippians Chapter 3: 8-11 What does it really mean to not have a righteousness of my own but that which come from faith? How far does that carry?
If we believe in grace then won't we disregard the fullness of who God is?
This week we start a new series in John Chapter 13. The Theology of Jesus.
On My Worst Day takes us back to 1985 when John had one of his most painful ministry moments. We learn how easy it is to do the wrong thing with what may be accurate information.
After spending time in Israel, Jordan, and Turkey the three guys share an even stronger bond to why Jesus original gospel of freedom is so needed in this world.
Galatians 2 20-21 are bedrock verses for every Christian community. Find your own little spot in God's beauty and spend some time with these verses on the podcast.
Why does obedience matter to God and what are the effects when we choose our own way? We are digging into the story of Saul for some principles relevant to today.
This week John takes us back to 1982 with a story about the first time he realized how religious he had become and how miserable he was in the midst of it.
How does grace apply to the every day things in life. Today we are talking about seasons of small trials that add up and how grace changes your perspective.
2 Corinthians 5 tells us that we are fully reconciled and already have been given God's righteousness. We are now ambassadors for a grace we get to experience in then now
If we live in grace, won't that cause us not to do our spiritual disciplines? We are talking about the fears we have about grace.