What you build on, what you build with, and how you build can make the difference whether your structure stands the test of time, or falls into disrepair. That principle is the same whether you're building a house, or your eternal, spiritual home. No matter what it is, ask yourself- "How long do you want it to last?". Today we're studying 1 Corinthians chapter 3!
There's a rising trend in America of people whose religious affiliation can be described as "none". And now they number the same as Evangelical protestants and Catholics. On today's podcast, Jamie and I discuss the trend, and ultimately how the church could respond. Along the way we talk about how to combat the rise of the "nones", consider America as a mission field, and even get a shout out to Jamie's favorite restaurant- Taco Be... Read more
In the next volley in the battle for the unborn, Ohio recently passed SB23, "the Heartbeat Bill", which outlaws abortion after a heartbeat is detected in the baby. One of the driving forces behind this new law is Citizens for Community Values, and today we interview Aaron Baer, president of CCV, who was instrumental in getting this bill passed into law. Aaron discusses what it means to be a Christian involved in politics, and what ... Read more
More and more people are identifying as "nones"- no religious affiliation. That doesn't necessarily mean they don't believe in God, but they're not letting themselves be defined by an organization. That can seem like bad news, but we have to remember, God designed us for relationship, not religion. And we can't let "religion" get in the way of the relationship God wants to have with us through Jesus Christ. Check out today's podcas... Read more
This week on the podcast I welcome friend and Co-host Jamie Cluck as we discuss the church's best strategies when facing the unrelenting assault on the church, symbols of faith, and morality in our culture. We discuss whether the battle will be won in the courts, or somewhere else.
Ever have a bad day? Week? Month? What do we do with that? And what is God doing with it? In today's podcast we look at the counterintuitive thinking of Ecclesiastes 7:1-10 and find out that what we need sometimes comes from difficulty.
In this episode we look at how the church has had to contend for the faith in its history, and we talk about what we can do as believers to contend for the faith.