This week we talk about how natural it can be to share who we are in Christ, without manipulating the conversation toward the "bonus" question.
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.
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.
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!
If we live in grace in our families, won't our kids take advantage?
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 14:15-17, talking about how obedience naturally springs from our love for God and His love for us.
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.
If we live in grace, we won't be be on fire for God or sell out."
Ephesians 4 going into Chapter 5 should not have a chapter break. Why?
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.
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.
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.