Your First Love [Podcast]

Revelation 2:1-7

When what was once a passion becomes a project, it’s time to look at motives.

Why do you stay so busy? Is it all about your own fulfillment or about your love for Jesus Christ? How can we reignite our first love for God?

You Can Start to Make it Better [Podcast]

Book of Jude

Are you willing to struggle for the truth of God’s Word where truth is being distorted?

With false teachers everywhere these days, Jude reminds us to remember the Bible and to rescue those who have been duped by error.

Have God, Will Travel [Podcast]

Book of 3 John

The shortest book in the Bible carries an essential reminder.

Be hospitable and support to God’s traveling ministers, as Gaius did. On the other hand, don’t be a person who refuses to get along with others because you crave all the attention. Using these two examples, the Apostle John urges us not to “imitate what is evil, but what is good.”

Something Old, Something New [Podcast]

Book of 2 John

We never outgrow the basics. Anyone who abandons the essential truths in light of new revelation “has gone too far.”

While the Bible repeatedly tells believers to grow beyond the basics, it never says to abandon them. By all means, grow! But stay grounded in truth.

Your Connection With God [Podcast]

1 John 1:1-2:6

Feeling disconnected with God?

For the Christian, fellowship with the Lord can be broken by sin, but it can be restored through confession. Salvation, on the other hand, remains secure in spite of sin, because Jesus is our advocate before the Father.

A Light for Your Path [Podcast]

2 Peter 1

Rather than groping in the darkness of life, we need to cling to what gives us light. God’s great and precious promises contain all we need for life and godliness. We should repeatedly read them, for they are our source of truth.

We need the reminder to hold fast to the Bible, as we would to a lamp in a dark room.

Where Wisdom is Hidden [Podcast]

Proverbs 1:20-33

Where can we find wisdom?

Every year, new translations and study Bibles and seminars and books are available. Many give the impression that if you just get this study Bible, or go to this seminar, or discover this secret it will unlock the wisdom of God’s Word. But it all boils down to one thing: you’ve got the spend time personally in the Bible to benefit personally from it.

The starting point of wisdom is revelation, or to say it simply, the Bible– the Word of God. Wisdom is available if you’re willing to dig for it.

An Everlasting Hunger [Podcast]

1 Peter 1:22-2:3

We love the everlasting parts in our lives, but their very presence tends to breed indifference in our hearts toward them.

As we anticipate another year, we should change our schedules to reflect a hunger for the everlasting. Peter tells us two things last forever– God’s Word and God’s people.

Faith Works [Podcast]

James 2:14-26

Can a person be saved if his or her life doesn’t back it up?

In asking the simple question of faith, “What use is it?” James challenges believers not merely to hear the word but to do it. Otherwise a true faith may be of no practical use here and now and also subject to discipline.

Are You Sure You’re Secure? [Podcast]

Are you sure you’re secure? And if so, what do the frightful warnings mean in the book of Hebrews?

How can the author make such bold claims to a believer’s security in Christ while at the same time give such stern warnings of judgment?

Hebrews 6:1-9; 10:26-31