Seeing in the Dark [Podcast]

Book of Habakkuk

Have you ever felt like God wasn’t fair—and that His actions made no sense? Habakkuk teaches us how to trust God in spite of our inability to understand Him.

Aside from all appearances to the contrary, God is still on His throne and in total control. Even though the fig tree may not blossom and there be no cattle in the stall, “the just shall live by faith.”

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Why is God’s Justice So Slow? [Podcast]

Nahum 1

In a time of cultural evil—and God’s seeming apathy towards it—Nahum comforts those who take refuge in God.

Though God tempers the timing of His justice with patience, when justice finally comes, it will appear with severity. So what do we do in the mean time?

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Inside, Outside, Upside-Down [Podcast]

Micah 6-7

Sometimes we live upside-down lives. While God wants us to do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly—often our inner lives of faith become little more than going through the motions on the outside.

But God offers hope for those who get our inside and outside upside down—for there is no God like ours.

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My Interview on the Paradise Radio Network

Listen to an interview between me and Dr. Alvin Jones as broadcast on The Paradise Radio Network (WCBQ-AM 1340).

We discuss my’s book, Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus.

The program’s byline is: “Where World Leaders & Thinkers Come To Chat.”


A Christian’s Creature Comforts [Podcast]

Jonah 4

Jonah showed himself more disturbed over a plant withering than an entire city being destroyed. Don’t look so pious! Haven’t we all defined our commitment to the God’s work in terms of what’s convenient? Jonah teaches us that our priorities should not be defined by creature comforts, but by God’s commands.

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Pride and Prejudice [Podcast]

Book of Obadiah

Something permeates every part of us. It affects how we look at ourselves and at others. It’s what we feel when we’ve made a mistake but won’t admit it. It’s what lashes out when there’s no real basis for battle. It can blind you into thinking the world owes you an apology—or that God does. To sum it up simply: pride is that very present feeling that you’re just a cut above others. Speaking to those who felt they were impregnable, Obadiah warns us of the destructive nature of our pride.

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