Satan is the great accuser. He’ll tell you that the path to a changed life is beyond you: “Your sins are too great. Your faith is too small,” or “Your wounds are too deep.” Pastor Colin shows us how to answer these lies.
How can you tell if another person has repented? By counting his or her tears? How about the passing of time? Neither of these well-worn paths is very helpful. Pastor Colin helps you discover the genuine marks of true repentance, and how to deepen your own repentance.
You “feel sorry” about what happened. Does that mean you’ve repented? Not necessarily. Pastor Colin talks about two different kinds of sorrow – ‘godly’ sorrow and ‘worldly’ sorrow.
How can a person who’s on the wrong track change? The biblical word for it is “repentance.” It’s a change of behavior that comes from a change of mind. Pastor Colin talks about where you find the courage to do it.
A father asks his two sons to go and do something. One son says, “Yes sir!” The other son says, “No way!” Which of the two sons did what their father asked? Pastor Colin talks about why what matters is not what you say, but what you do.
If only you didn’t have this illness… if only you had a believing spouse… if only the circumstances of your life were different, then you’d finally be able to offer yourself fully to God. Pastor Colin talks about why this approach to life is an illusion.
Some of us were brought up on a version of Christianity that majored on the negative. Pastor Colin talks about the Bible’s positive vision of Christian living—one that brings pleasure to God and makes a positive difference in the world.
You’ve identified some areas of sin in your life… now what? How do you deal with them? The Bible describes sin as a ‘wild animal,’ ready to pounce on us. So, get your hunting gear ready, ‘cause Pastor Colin is going to help us discover how to deal with sin.
You’ve become a Christian…so why do you still struggle with so many sins and temptations? Aren’t we supposed to be done with that struggle? Is there something wrong with your faith? Pastor Colin explains that this is a normal part of the Christian life.
Perhaps your prevailing attitude toward God has become questioning, complaining, and resenting. Pastor Colin talks about what your prevailing attitude toward God would be, if you were able to see his glory.
The Apostle John called himself, “The disciple whom Jesus loved.” Find out what he had to say about the birth of Christ, in Pastor Colin’s first-person narrative message from John.
Not making much progress in your battle against sin? Your progress depends entirely on the position from which you fight. Pastor Colin helps us understand what our position is in Christ.
Are you holy? Do you find this difficult to believe? Pastor Colin explains what it means when God says this about you, Christian.
Christmas is more than just a sentimental story. The story of Christmas is about how God stepped into human history. Pastor Colin talks about what this greatest of miracles means for you.
If the old has really gone, then why is so much of my life the same? Pastor Colin talks about why Christians still face the same old temptations and the same old problems, and he helps us discover who we really are in Christ.