Today we’re wrapping up our “Stuff Jesus Said” series. Jesus had so many amazing things to say during his ministry on earth. His final words on the cross though might be among the most powerful. With these words the universe was forever changed. Nothing would ever be the same.
What is a covenant? Is it like a oath? A contract? A pinky promise? This week we take a look back at what we celebrated on Maundy Thursday, the last supper. For Christians the last supper is very familiar, and can almost become “routine”. But with Jesus’ words He spoke an incredible message that rocked His disciples world and foreshadowed His awesome plan of salvation.
So much to cover in so little time. We really felt called to go back and finish our thought on idols, and specifically talk about the everyday things in our lives we struggle with. There are things we invest ourselves to that seem good, but slowly take the place of God in our lives. Those become idols. We wrap up our talk on idols as we discuss everyday idols and the idea of transformation.
As we continue in our “Stuff Jesus Said” we take a look at some Old Testament stuff first and then make our way into what Jesus has to say on the matter. Idols are an everyday issue that we face. God wants our full attention but he doesn’t always get it. In todays episode we break these idols down and explore how they affect us today, and how we should prioritize our lives.
Fear is a basic human emotion, so it’s something we all have to deal with at some point. Fear can range from a slight anxiety about something to a paralyzing dread. In todays episode we discuss the role that fear plays in our lives, and what Jesus has to say on the matter.
The book of John has this awesome imagery of light and darkness woven throughout it’s text. This episode we’ll be examining that imagery while exploring John 3 and Nicodemus’ encounter with Jesus.
This episode marks the beginning of a new series called “Stuff Jesus Said”. Jesus had some amazing, powerful, worldview defying, life changing things to say (understatement). In our first installment of this new series we’ll be looking to John 14 and discussing relative versus absolute truth.
This is it! We wrap up our “Celebrity Verses” series with probably the most famous verse. If you’ve ever been to a sporting event or in a large gathering of people, more than likely someone had this verse written on a sign.
The problem with doing a series on “Celebrity Verses” is that there are just too many to get to! We’re sure we missed a few, so we’d love to hear from you. What is your favorite verse? Scoot on over to the comment tab and let us know! Maybe your favorite will pop up in an upcoming podcast!
As we near the end of our “Celebrity Verses” series we discuss Isaiah 40:31, it reads : “But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like Eagles; They will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint”.
”For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile.” We continue our “Celebrity Verses” series as we dive into the book of Romans (Connor’s favorite) and talk evangelism and living Christ loud.