Recalibrate is a podcast designed to help you on a weekly basis to stop; look at your life in the light of Jesus Christ’s teaching; and RECALIBRATE. Hosted by Paul Mahon, along with guests, you will find this an engaging way to understand the heart of scripture. We are a ministry of Cariboo Road Christian Fellowship in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Paul talks about the importance of building a set place and time in our lives to met God. Abraham built altars and took the time to offer sacrifices to God. As a result, he was in tune with God’s voice in a special way.
What is the difference between TED talks and preaching that touches our solves? We take some time to understand what the power of the gospel actually is and how hearing the anointed preaching of it can make us come alive. The anointed gospel has the power to stir our inner man and cause us to call out to God.
Paul looks into a key gift from God that opens our ears to hear His voice. So often we struggle to hear God because we are docile. God has given an amazing way of shaking us up, like a cup of coffee or a jolt of electricity, so we can become sensitive to His voice again.
Paul and Luke, using Abraham as their first case study, look at how we hear God. Abraham was able to hear God so clearly and this meant he had great faith and confidence to follow God. Hearing God in those pivotal moments of life can be key to walking by faith.
What does the Genesis story tell us about Creation, Big Bang, Darwin, and the Origins of life? Lets explore together what the Bible does, and does not say, about the beginnings of the world and cosmos.
Jesus ruling of divorce in his sermon on the mount is not what you think it is. It is not a legalistic ruling but an incredible call for justice in the way we treat each other. Join us and learn how Jesus brings grace and mercy to all.
Pastor Paul talks with Landry about letting your "Yes'" be yes and "No's" be no. It's about following through with your word and being someone that walks with integrity in their speech and follows through with what they say they're going to do or not going to do.
A whopping 50% of married individuals report that they have had an affair. Jesus takes this on in his famous sermon and seeks to get to the heart of the issue. How do we handle attractions and infatuations in a godly and redemptive way?