This week we are talking about how all religious answers eventually get tested.
Talking about putting on the new self and some of what that would look like.
Today we continue our fresh and favorite verses with Ephesians 2:7-10.
As we celebrate our 20th year this week, we talk about the fun memories and the honor of being stewards of grace as written in Ephesians 3.
You risked trusting others, but now you are not sure if you agree with their perspective on something.
John 15 tells us that if they hate us for knowing Jesus, they hated him first. But what does that mean for how we treat those who hate us? And do all people hate us?
Today we start a series discussing popular arguments against living in grace.
This week we introduce you to our current project. The Cure for Parents; not so much The Cure for parenting.
Are we to "put on the new self" through a series of diligently kept practices?
In the Room of Grace, the mature influence others, not so much out of the power of their position, but out of who they are.
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?