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.
We are talking about the implications of Humility and Grace and challenging better known definitions of the two.
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 are talking about John's trip to Bosnia during the late 90's. His experience was not a Hallmark card of Christian experiences. So how does God love us in the midst of, "all we were going to do for God"?
Ephesians 4 gives us a beautiful picture of unity. But unity can never materialize without processing conflict.
Today we continue our fresh and favorite verses with Ephesians 2:7-10.
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.
You risked trusting others, but now you are not sure if you agree with their perspective on something.
In John 16 Jesus tells us that is is better if he leaves because when he does the Holy Spirit will come. Why was that so important?
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?
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.
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.