How often do you forgive someone genuinely and from your heart? And what, if anything, has to happen for you to forgive? For instance, do you need remorse to be shown? Does it need to be something "forgivable"? Or what if the damage that has been done to you is extreme, horrendous? What if, God

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Have you ever considered that if you tried hard enough and if you were good enough you could contribute to your own salvation? While that concept is about as far from Christianity as one could get, that thinking still makes its way into the church. The apostle Paul addressed the idea of reverting back to

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The Rev. David Kibler, Senior Pastor of Catalyst Church in Nicholasville, KY, reviews scripture to unpack who God blesses in this inspiration message from one of America’s best preachers.

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Pr. Judy Kincaid, pastor at two Lutheran churches in Wisconsin, iscusses her experiences around prayer and what scripture tells us about the way we ought to pray. Her analysis of Luke 18’s parable of the Persistent Widow brings up interesting questions any Christian should ask!

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The Rev. Mark Schaefer, Senior Pastor at St. Matthews UMC in Bowie, MD, and one of the Best Preachers in America, takes on the role of doubt in the Christian faith. His insights and explanation of how doubt functions and its relationship to faith with both inform and inspire.

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You live in an embassy. Wherever you go, you serve as an ambassador, a representative of Jesus to those who need to know Him. However, knowing what to say as an ambassador and witness for Christ and when to say it is more art than science. The Rev. Mark Vander Tuig shares his insights on how we can be faithful in our role as witnesses.

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Rev. Dr. Charley Reeb takes on an age-old question: Why, among all the world’s religions, Christianity? It’s a question all Christians should be able to anwer. Can you? Here’s is Pr. Charley’s response.

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The Rev. Dr. Shaddix discusses Peter’s confession in Matthew 16 and explains how that statement of faith and Jesus’s response outlines our roles as disciples. Jesus tells His disciples not to tell anyone that He is the messiah. What did that mean then, and what does it mean now? And what do Jesus’s subsequent statements mean about our discipleship? It may be more than you think!

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In episode 1 of our podcast, the Rev. Dr. Mary Hulst discusses her sermon based on Joshua, chapters 3 and 4. Here the Israelites are instructed on how they are to traverse a barrier to get where God wants them to be.

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Something’s different. You can feel it. You didn’t anticipate anything life-changing happening, but there it is. And you’ll never forget this moment. You’ve just heard something that has altered your view of who you are, who God is, your life.

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