Just like Zacchaeus, we try to climb up to see God. And we’re often more creative than just climbing a tree.
What matters most about death for the Christian is that resurrection follows. Resurrected as Christ was resurrected.
Why do we have pastors? What are they for? Do we really need them? Peter and Kevin are joined by a pastor this episode, to help answer these questions! Pastor Peter Ill of Trinity Lutheran Church in Millstadt, Illinois.
The discussion of who Jesus is drives everything we do, including how we read Scripture. And the first thing to keep in mind is this: Jesus is God’s activity to save mankind. That’s where we start. Even “in the beginning…”
Family devotions are hard to do consistently. But we do have one easy resource close at hand to help!
When we pray the Lord’s Prayer, we are praying not only for something, but also against something: the world, the devil and our very own flesh.
Humans have always searched for truth, defining it in various ways throughout history, from the first philosophers until now. But is it the job of humans to define truth? Peter and Kevin discuss a few ways humans try to access and define truth today.
What does it mean for a church to be relevant? Is this a good thing? A bad thing? Peter and Kevin discuss “relevance” and how to have this conversation with your friends.
“Desiring to justify himself…” We all want our own way to justification, but there’s only one way.
No gimmicks. No agendas. Just the Gospel. And Jesus says it is enough.