This podcast is Christian based, ranging from biblical discussion to various world situations from a biblical standpoint. Guests will be a part of the show from time to time both in person and over the phone. No monetary donations will be requested unless its to donate for a person in need or for disasters that have occurred.
The account of a global flood is often disputed and many outright believe that it was either only a local flood or didn’t happen at all. In this podcast we briefly look at some evidences to show that the flood did in fact happen.
We want it both ways. We don’t want to be mocked for our beliefs, but we want to love God. Unfortunately, you can’t have it both ways. We as Christians need to decide do we truly love God and His word; or will we bow to the pressures of man who will try to convince us that we don’t need God?
Based on “Love is Serene” from blogger Lanie Becker, we look at how love needs to be embraced by the Christian more. We also delve a little bit into how we can show God’s love, especially on social media.
The homeless are often overlooked by the Christian community. In this podcast, we discuss what scripture says about helping by the homeless and looking at real experiences to help us realize what the homeless go through.
I've seen one group of Christians mistreated and misunderstood more than anyone else in the church: single mothers. Many times we do not consider how hard their jobs are in raising their children on their own. We are quick to criticize them or their children when they are not doing the right thing when we rather should be giving them all the encouragement and help they need. The church has an important responsibility to every member, but when it comes to our single mothers, we subconsciously think Galatians 6:10 doesn't apply to them.
The death of George Floyd is a tragedy that has brought about several people from all backgrounds in speaking out against racism & police brutality. However, there's a question I always ask: what will be done once the virtue signaling is done? People are always quick to join in on popular movements, but once things start to die down in attention, will we have conversations with each other? Or is this simply a show of how we get caught up in the moment? We seriously need to have conversations about these topics and know the struggles that are often not talked about, but how many of us are willing to do it?
I’m this episode, we examine how our relationship with Jesus ties in with our relationship with our brothers and sisters. We also see how it’s reflected in how we treat those outside of Christ as well.
We conclude our series of looking at commonly asked questions I’ve been asked over my 5 years of ministry. We look at the the often overlooked idea of having a relationship with Jesus Christ and what all it entails. We will continue to discuss this topic over the next two podcasts.
One of the biggest elevations people discover when we study together is how much the Old Testament talks about Jesus Christ and Christianity. We will discuss a few verses that show Jesus in the Old Testament.
As we continue to look at studying under these unprecedented times, it can’t be hard to see what commands in scripture we are to follow or not. This brief overview explains the different types of commands that are in scripture and how we know what’s for us today and is not.
While being under quarantine, it can be challenging to keep up our study habits. Or maybe, you found yourself with all this time and don’t know how to study God’s word. We will focus this podcast and the next few to explain the importance of studying and look at how to study God’s word.
The Berean Jews were not like their Thessalonian counterparts. They researched and dogged into the scriptures to see what Paul & Silas were saying was true. Do we do the same for anyone we hear speak or clam to speak of God?
Matthew 5:13-16 talks about how the world is to see us. Do we try to hide the fact that we belong to Christ? How does Christ feel about that? Do we think about these things when we try to hide His light within us? This is the season finale episode for this season.
1 Corinthians 1:18-2:5 talks quite a bit of the condition of man and how we in comparison to God are no match to Him. We don’t match Him in wisdom or power, we can barely scratch the surface on how high above God is above us. Which leads us to ask and wonder, how do we see God?
Has social media had done more damage to how we control our speech? It seems that once we login, James 3:1-12 is thrown out the window. Let’s be sure we practice our love and grace towards one another.
We as humans are quick to categorize sin from small to biggest. However, how does God view sin? Are some people worthy of His forgiveness while others are not? We discuss in this episode how God views sin and how gracious we are that He is our God!
The grace of God if an amazing topic. However, it’s a topic that is often taught incorrectly by those inside and outside the church. We look at what the Bible says about grace and how the grace of God is seen in scripture from how we are saved to our daily Christian walk.
In the Christian Worldview, Romans 10:9-10 is often quoted as the Golden verses for salvation. While these verses are very important in being saved from sin, are these the only verses that indicate how we are saved?
When the Lord’s Supper is being prepared to be passed around, 1 Corinthians 11:23-29 is read to help prepare our minds. This is a very beautiful passage that helps reminds us of why we are partaking of these emblems. However, there are common misconceptions in what it means to partake of the Lord’s Supper in an “unworthy manner.” We discuss the context of 1 Corinthians 11 and understand how important unity in a congregation is, especially in partake g the Lord’s Supper.
Over the past few decades, there have been attempts to join men’s theories of the origin of life & species and how God created everything. We focus on how these theories that attempt to combine the two cannot be possible and how we need to trust in God and His Holy Word in how everything came to be.
Matthew 7:1 has become the new golden text of the Bible as many will say to the commands of God spoken by Christians “Judge not” or “only God can judge me.” However, scripture makes it clear that many use those phrases and defy God’s word by refusing to listen.
On our money, the motto reads: “In God We Trust.” However, how true is that? Do we fully trust God, or do we trust our government more than we want to admit in doing our duties? Special focus on Proverbs 3:5 and Ephesians 6:10-18.
Is Joy happiness? Or is it deeper than that? Joy is often misunderstood and I attempt to help us understand how true Joy is different from happiness and a little bit in how Joy is seen in the scriptures. Sorry for my voice, coming down with a cold.
This first episode addresses one of the biggest myths in Christianity: that the Christian walk will always be an easy one. Discussion focuses on the importance of being in God and relying on Him alone for our strength.