Disagreements are part of daily life. And how we handle conflict is of great importance to God. Having difficulty addressing a difference in opinion? Don’t miss the practical advice.Read More »
Is there a difference between a Christian rock band and Christians in a rock band? How about a Christian business verses a Christian in a business? Want to make a difference but don’t know where to start?Read More »
As Christians we’re called to be different . . . “set apart” . . . from the world. And yet, we live in a culture unsympathetic with our values.Read More »
No one is immune from problems. Even Christians struggle with alcoholism, abuse, adultery, and divorce. So what sets us apart from the rest of the world?Read More »
When you look back at our nation’s history, you’ll see many different ways “worldliness” was defined. An abhorrent sin during one era was perfectly normal in another. So how do we distinguish which is right and which is wrong?Read More »
Between traffic, work, kids, shopping . . . all the things that fill up our days . . . it’s hard not to get wrapped up in the “daily-ness” of life. When we’re engaged in the busy-ness of life . . . what does it mean to be in the world but not of the world?
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When we visit a foreign country, it’s easy to spot the differences in cultures. Local customs and the way people respond are different than we’re used to. Ever find that your beliefs collide with those around you–even in your own hometown?Read More »
If I say Shrek, what comes to your mind? How about Paul Bunyan? How about Noah? Do you think that we tend to make Noah like a mythical character to laugh at?Read More »
When the Japanese make cars, they say they have a goal of zero defects.
Do you think that every car that comes off the assembly line is without any defects?
Do you see any difference between a standard and a goal?
Do the Japanese really have a goal or do they have a standard?
PURPOSE: To help listeners understand how a study of God’s Law shows us what God wants us to be.
When the Japanese make cars, they say they have a goal of zero defects.Read More »
I talked with someone recently who said that she really endeavored to keep the Ten Commandments. She said she felt they were a great rule for living.
PURPOSE: To help listeners realize that God’s standard is absolute and thus we have no hope without a Savior.
I talked with someone recently who said that she really endeavored to keep the Ten Commandments. She said she felt they were a great rule for living.Read More »