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Helping people find the way back to God.

Latest Episodes

Undrink the Koolaid: How To Know What's Right (and Wrong)

How can you tell what’s right and what’s wrong? Fortunately, many would say, we live in an age where objective truth has disappeared. What’s true for you isn’t true for others, and what’s wrong for you isn’t wrong for others. But is it truly good for us when morals change from generation to generation and you can write your own? Or, are we missing something?

--6 d ago
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Undrink the Koolaid: How To Know What's Right (and Wrong)

Undrink the Koolaid: Why Should I Care About Other People?

What exactly is the purpose of your life? Well, you’ve heard it. Live your best life. Become the best version of yourself. You do you. But is self-fulfillment really all it’s cracked up to be? You might be surprised to find out that a life of self-denial is ultimately more rewarding than a life of self-fulfillment.

--1 w ago
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Undrink the Koolaid: Why Should I Care About Other People?

Undrink the Koolaid: Isn't the Bible Outdated, Inaccurate, and Full of Contradictions?

Many people in our culture see the Bible as nothing more than a collection of legends or religious folktales. The conventional wisdom of our culture tells us that the Bible has been badly distorted through multiple translations and isn’t a credible source of information or inspiration. Why would anyone living today trust the Bible? We long for a source of direction and hope, yet we are told that the Bible can’t be trusted.

--2 w ago
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Undrink the Koolaid: Isn't the Bible Outdated, Inaccurate, and Full of Contradictions?

Undrink the Koolaid: If Science Explains Everything, Do We Really Need God?

Religion is basically how ancients understood the world, but science has taken us so far beyond that. However, if we think deeply, we realize that there are many deeper questions for which science does not provide satisfying answers; questions such as the origin of the universe, the meaning of life, the complexity of our world. The truth is, scientific discoveries can actually be a source of revelation about God – what theologians sometimes call ‘’general revelation.”

--3 w ago
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Undrink the Koolaid: If Science Explains Everything, Do We Really Need God?

Afterlife: Great Expectations

The Biblical picture of eternity is far more compelling than what we normally imagine. Scripture describes a place of perfect community, meaningful responsibility, incredible beauty, and unlimited joy. The Bible describes us as having real bodies, not just existing as disembodied spirits or “angels”.

--SEP 27
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Afterlife: Great Expectations

Afterlife: Are We Living In the End Times?

Have you ever wondered what the end times will look like? Or if we're living in them now? Here are six signs of the end times according to Jesus in Matthew 24.

--SEP 20
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Afterlife: Are We Living In the End Times?

Afterlife: The Flatline is not the Finish Line

There is a strong sense within our hearts that there must be more to this life than just this life. We try to ignore this longing or bury it under a flurry of activity, but in our quietest moments, that still, small voice can be heard. Much of the depression and anxiety in our culture could be traced back to the loss of belief in Heaven. Having lost sight of eternity, we try to find heaven in this world. Ultimately, we become discouraged because life doesn’t work out the way we thought it should.

--SEP 13
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Afterlife: The Flatline is not the Finish Line

Dark Horses: Barnabas

Hebrews 3:12-13 warns us about the potential of “turning away from the Living God.” The way to prevent this from happening is to “encourage one another daily.” Barnabas (whose names means “son of encouragement”) embodies what it looks like to be an encourager.

--SEP 6
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Dark Horses: Barnabas

Dark Horses: Esther

Esther was forced to wrestle with a very important question: Had God placed her in a royal position “for such a time as this”? Was her influential position all about her own comfort and security, or did God have something bigger in mind? We should all be struggling with that same question, “Why has God brought us to this position in this place at this time?”

--AUG 30
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Dark Horses: Esther

Dark Horses: Gideon

Gideon was a man God used to take an army of 300 men and defeat a strong military force. Gideon first thought the task was too big, but God promised He would always be with him. Sometimes what we think God asks of us is too big to accomplish. But the difference between fear and faith is our focus.

--AUG 23
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Dark Horses: Gideon

Latest Episodes

Undrink the Koolaid: How To Know What's Right (and Wrong)

How can you tell what’s right and what’s wrong? Fortunately, many would say, we live in an age where objective truth has disappeared. What’s true for you isn’t true for others, and what’s wrong for you isn’t wrong for others. But is it truly good for us when morals change from generation to generation and you can write your own? Or, are we missing something?

--6 d ago
Comments
Undrink the Koolaid: How To Know What's Right (and Wrong)

Undrink the Koolaid: Why Should I Care About Other People?

What exactly is the purpose of your life? Well, you’ve heard it. Live your best life. Become the best version of yourself. You do you. But is self-fulfillment really all it’s cracked up to be? You might be surprised to find out that a life of self-denial is ultimately more rewarding than a life of self-fulfillment.

--1 w ago
Comments
Undrink the Koolaid: Why Should I Care About Other People?

Undrink the Koolaid: Isn't the Bible Outdated, Inaccurate, and Full of Contradictions?

Many people in our culture see the Bible as nothing more than a collection of legends or religious folktales. The conventional wisdom of our culture tells us that the Bible has been badly distorted through multiple translations and isn’t a credible source of information or inspiration. Why would anyone living today trust the Bible? We long for a source of direction and hope, yet we are told that the Bible can’t be trusted.

--2 w ago
Comments
Undrink the Koolaid: Isn't the Bible Outdated, Inaccurate, and Full of Contradictions?

Undrink the Koolaid: If Science Explains Everything, Do We Really Need God?

Religion is basically how ancients understood the world, but science has taken us so far beyond that. However, if we think deeply, we realize that there are many deeper questions for which science does not provide satisfying answers; questions such as the origin of the universe, the meaning of life, the complexity of our world. The truth is, scientific discoveries can actually be a source of revelation about God – what theologians sometimes call ‘’general revelation.”

--3 w ago
Comments
Undrink the Koolaid: If Science Explains Everything, Do We Really Need God?

Afterlife: Great Expectations

The Biblical picture of eternity is far more compelling than what we normally imagine. Scripture describes a place of perfect community, meaningful responsibility, incredible beauty, and unlimited joy. The Bible describes us as having real bodies, not just existing as disembodied spirits or “angels”.

--SEP 27
Comments
Afterlife: Great Expectations

Afterlife: Are We Living In the End Times?

Have you ever wondered what the end times will look like? Or if we're living in them now? Here are six signs of the end times according to Jesus in Matthew 24.

--SEP 20
Comments
Afterlife: Are We Living In the End Times?

Afterlife: The Flatline is not the Finish Line

There is a strong sense within our hearts that there must be more to this life than just this life. We try to ignore this longing or bury it under a flurry of activity, but in our quietest moments, that still, small voice can be heard. Much of the depression and anxiety in our culture could be traced back to the loss of belief in Heaven. Having lost sight of eternity, we try to find heaven in this world. Ultimately, we become discouraged because life doesn’t work out the way we thought it should.

--SEP 13
Comments
Afterlife: The Flatline is not the Finish Line

Dark Horses: Barnabas

Hebrews 3:12-13 warns us about the potential of “turning away from the Living God.” The way to prevent this from happening is to “encourage one another daily.” Barnabas (whose names means “son of encouragement”) embodies what it looks like to be an encourager.

--SEP 6
Comments
Dark Horses: Barnabas

Dark Horses: Esther

Esther was forced to wrestle with a very important question: Had God placed her in a royal position “for such a time as this”? Was her influential position all about her own comfort and security, or did God have something bigger in mind? We should all be struggling with that same question, “Why has God brought us to this position in this place at this time?”

--AUG 30
Comments
Dark Horses: Esther

Dark Horses: Gideon

Gideon was a man God used to take an army of 300 men and defeat a strong military force. Gideon first thought the task was too big, but God promised He would always be with him. Sometimes what we think God asks of us is too big to accomplish. But the difference between fear and faith is our focus.

--AUG 23
Comments
Dark Horses: Gideon
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