Is all anger wrong?

When we think of the word ‘anger’ we immediately begin to FEEL what that word means because its definition is more of a description of what it does to us than what it is. Can a true Christ follower get angry? Of course! Getting angry is not a sin, but how we deal with it can be. Ephesians 4:26 says, “In your anger do not sin." You may be surpr…read more

Love the right kind of way.

God had emotions, too. He experiences delight. He rejoices. He can be pleased or not pleased and He gets angry. In addition, God is zealous for His Name, compassionate toward us, jealous for our love, and hates sin. But, over and above all these emotions is His incredible love, which is Who He is. Today we will once again look at the emotion of love.

Peter's Discourse

On this program, we're going to take you back in time to one of the most exciting events in the history of the Christian church. We'll meet some special people and hear more about what took place. The setting is Jerusalem, the time around 30 A.D.

Easter - a new begininng!

What does Easter mean to you? Is it a time to get out the Easter baskets, shop for clothes, and have your kids’ picture taken with the Easter Bunny? Well, that may be what some people do, but the actual meaning of the ‘Easter’ is ‘a day to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ’. On this program, Barbara Sandbek will share some important information about this special day. So stay tuned, it could change your life.

Easter - What's good about Good Friday?

On Good Friday we celebrate the death of Jesus Christ. Sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it – ‘Celebrating’ a death? Why call it ‘GOOD’ Friday? It’s good, because of the outcome. Colossians 2:14 states that the penalties of the law are removed by the cross. Colossians 1:20 says we can have peace with God because of the cross. In Ephesians 2:16 the cross is the medium of reconciliation between mankind and God. As believers, and children of God, we can have access to the Father. On this program, Barbara Sandbek will take a look at what Christ went through so that we have a GOOD Friday to celebrate.

How to handle emotions correctly

God intended our emotions for good. In fact, He wants us to love Him passionately - with all our heart, mind, soul and strength. God has emotions, especially where His children are concerned. God IS love. He lavishes that love on us in how He cares for us, and by what He did through Christ, to save our souls for eternity. As you listen today, ask God to show you how He wants you to demonstration these emotions He has built into you, as we study the passions of King David.

Emotions - Can you trust them - part 1

The popular saying goes - ‘If it feels good - do it.’ sounds freeing, BUT, feelings usually reveal themselves to be unreliable and even a bit foolish at times. We can’t live our lives solely based on emotions! On this program, our host, Barbara Sandbek, begins a new series, entitled, ‘Making the best of our emotions’. It’s an exciting topic so don’t miss a single broadcast.


If you were wondering if a particular person loved you, what would you look for? Barbara Sandbek has been sharing on the subject 'Intimacy with God' for the past few months. This program concludes this series as she identifies how we can truly show God we love him.

Intimacy by identification

If you were in the middle of a crisis and needed someone to talk to, who would you choose...a person who has never experienced your pain or someone who has gone through what you're going through? On this program, Barbara continues her series on 'Intimacy with God' as she explores the subject of 'Intimacy by Identification'.

Intimacy demands respect!

Lack of respect is one of the major contributors to the demise of marriages and other relationships today. And this filters over in our treatment of God, too. People have become so familiar with the 'GOD' word that it no longer has the connotation it used to. We dub God as 'Big Brother' or 'The man upstairs'. We treat Him like a puppet...pull His string and He'll respond. What we all need is a HEALTHY FEAR OF ALMIGHTY GOD! God wants us to be intimate with Him, in fact, we can call Him Abba Father, which means daddy, but just like we know we must respect our earthly fathers, we must always remember that our Heavenly Father is God - He deserves the most respect of all.

Intimacy requires TRUST

What do you do when things don't go your way or adversity strikes? Do you lose faith in God? On this program, Barbara Sandbek continues her series 'Intimacy with God' by discussing the important issue 'Trusting God's heart'. A key element in building and maintaining our relationship with God is TRUST. Intimacy with God involves TRUST, even when He seems to SHATTER our dreams. The story of Job perfectly illustrates how we CAN and SHOULD act toward God when confronted with adversity. When Job's world came crashing in on him...what did he do? - he arose, TORE his robe...shaved his head, FELL to the ground...and he WORSHIPPED. How could He do that? Stay tuned and find out!

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