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.
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.
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.
How do we honor God's holiness if we try to live in grace?
Our first book The Ascent of a Leader, is still being used across theÊworld to develop leaders. We reflect on the process of writing the book and why it is written from a Judeo-Christian perspective, while not using bible verses throughout.Ê
We continue in John 14 and the theology of Jesus. We're talking about how Jesus prepares a place for us and gives us life.
This week on the podcast we are talking about the night John first went to see Les Miserables. It was a God encounter that first moved John to grace.
Christmas comes with wonderful anticipation, but often brings unresolved emotion to the surface.
For we do not have a High Priest who can not sympathize with temptation, and He invites us to confidently come into His throne room of grace!
This week John and David check in, talking about collaboration that can only come about through the power of God's grace.
Today on the podcast we are talking about, "if I actually believe in grace, then won't I get lazy and stop striving for excellence?"
What do we do with companies like Apple, Cisco, Google, etc... when we know their leaders were not interested in high integrity or humility. How can we say that humility is a key component of any Christians leadership?