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podcast imageSet With Love - To AllJosh ChevalierMon May 14th 2018In this interaction between Philip and the Ethiopian eunuch, we glean insights into how to effectively connect with others, and share the good news of Jesus in light of their story.Play Time: 45:11Share by text msg Share by email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
podcast imageSent With Love - Joy in the CityJake BoxMon May 7th 2018The church is scattered after the stoning of Stephen, and normal Christians bring the good news to Judea and Samaria. As a result, there was great joy in the city.Play Time: 42:49Share by text msg Share by email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
podcast imageSent With Love - The Turning PointJustin ChristopherMon Apr 30th 2018The stoning of Stephen was a turning point in the book of Acts. It became clear that Jesus's followers were beginning a new religion different from Judaism - a religion for all people, even the Gentiles.Play Time: 37:40Share by text msg Share by email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
podcast imageMeals With Jesus - Following Jesus to a Dinner PartyJake BoxSun Apr 22nd 2018Jesus invites Levi, a tax collector, to follow him. This shows that everyone (even a tax collector) is invited to follow Jesus. What results from this invitation? Levi invites his friends to a dinner party because that's what people following Jesus do.Play Time: 42:08Share by text msg Share by email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
podcast imageMeals With Jesus - A Picnic by the SeaJustin ChristopherMon Apr 16th 2018After a busy time of ministry and after hearing of John the Baptist's murder, Jesus and his disciples just want to get away from people. However, they are greeted by more than 5000 people on the shores of Bethsaida. How did they find the strength to minister to these people even while they were emotionally spent?Play Time: 33:13Share by text msg Share by email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
podcast imageMeals With Jesus - Giving Grace at DinnerJake BoxMon Apr 9th 2018In Luke 7:36-50 Jesus uses the events of a shocking dinner to show us how we will respond to Him when we grasp who he is and how he has come to relate to us.Play Time: 44:19Share by text msg Share by email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
podcast imageMeals With Jesus - Resurrection and RestorationJake BoxSun Apr 1st 2018Peter, Jesus's friend and disciple, felt that his denying Jesus forever broke his relationship with him. Jesus, however, restores his relationship with Peter by offering him a meal at the very place where he first called Peter to follow him.Play Time: 40:57Share by text msg Share by email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
podcast imageMeals With Jesus - The Most Meaningful MealJake BoxSun Mar 25th 2018Jesus did something radical at the Last Supper with his closest friends. He redefined the meaning of the Passover meal by claiming that his body was the the bread that would be broken (the bread of affliction) and that his blood would bring salvation (the blood of the lamb).Play Time: 44:28Share by text msg Share by email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
podcast imageMaking Use of TimeJustin ChristopherSun Mar 18th 2018Time is something God has given us to steward. How do we steward it well? By obeying the three commands in Ephesians 5:15-17 - to assess our time, to determine our priorities, and to make plans to do God's will.Play Time: 33:23Share by text msg Share by email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
podcast imageTime To Rest?Jake BoxSun Mar 11th 2018Busyness is the enemy of intimacy. That's why God created the Sabbath and why He invites us to rest. Rest is a priority of God. The purpose of rest is to reflect and remember that God is our ultimate rest.Play Time: 40:18Share by text msg Share by email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
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