Why did John the Baptist precede Christ? Pastor Richard prepares you for this very question in this week’s Anchored in Christ. Also, this is the inaugural episode in partnership with Crucial Productions!
“Anger belongs to God, not to us humans—and especially not to the disciples of Jesus. Anger is dangerous, and quickly leads to sin. So close is this connection that at times, being or becoming angry is simply equated with sin.”
How far do we go to share the Gospel? Do we break laws? Do we risk death or take huge risks? What about those who have never heard the Gospel? What happens to them, even if they never even had a chance to hear it and reject it? Peter and Kevin discuss a current event and look at it through the lens of Jesus.
What hope do we have when a loved one dies with no apparent faith in Christ? Peter and Kevin talk through this very difficult question and also clarify what it means to trust Jesus and not the historical event of the Resurrection.
Pastor Peter Ill of Trinity Lutheran Church in Millstadt, Illinois, is back to continue the conversation with Peter and Kevin about trust, this time tackling scientism, rationalism and modernism.
It might be subtle. It might be accidental. It creeps up on you. One day you notice you have trusted something other than Christ. Or something else along with Christ. Today, Peter and Kevin have a special guest, Pastor Peter Ill of Trinity Lutheran Church in Millstadt, Illinois, to talk about biblicism, fundamentalism, creationism and fideism.
Trust is a fickle thing when it comes to us humans. We’re willing to trust anything and anyone except the one we’re supposed to.