Don’t Forget the Hope of Heaven [Podcast]

Revelation 21-22

What will Heaven be like?

In the rush of our lives we can forget that there is a hope that extends beyond this life.

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A Good Serve [Podcast]

1 Peter 4:7-11

When many people think about serving God, they compare it to eating vegetables—something you do because you’re supposed to.

But many have never discovered an area of passion or giftedness, and so each experience has been miserable. However, many also have discovered what every Christian can—that God has gifted each believer to make a unique contribution to eternity like no one else can.

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Making Best Use of Our Time and Money [Podcast]

Matthew 6:24; Ephesians 5:15-17

A lot of our worries are solved by admitting that we are more than recipients of God’s gifts; we are stewards of them. Regarding our time and our money, God owns the rights and we have the responsibilities to use them for Him.

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Mind the Gap with Obedience and Worship [Podcast]

Romans 12:1-2; Mark 12:28-31

Temptation. Anger. Tragedy. Surprises. In any immediate situation, what can we do instead of react?

In that gap between the stimulus and the response with obedience to God’s revealed will. In fact, obedience is an act of worship.

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Bible Memory and Meditation – A Key to Blessing [Podcast]

Psalm 1

We face two roads in this life. One is well-worn, common, and cozy. But it ends like flying off the end of the freeway. The other requires a machete and a tour guide but promises blessing in the end –and even along the way.

The path to blessing begins through memorizing and meditating on Scripture.

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The Benefits of Reading the Bible [Podcast]

Deuteronomy 32:44-47; James 1:22-25

The Bible is meant to be more than coffee table décor or a museum relic.

God meant for you to read and apply it to your life. Doing so holds immeasurable benefits.

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The Path to Godliness [Podcast]

1 Timothy 4:6-16

Spiritual disciplines sounds like an oxymoron—or legalism at best.

But the path to godliness comes through faithful application of basic disciplines God has laid out in His Word.

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