In this episode, we tackle the controversial subject of speaking in tongues. Is it a real thing or is it fake? Our Good News is about a group of 150 pastors in Ohio. We are praying for the Chamar of India this week and Today’s Word is about Jesus healing the man by the pool of Bethesda. Continue reading
This week we are talking about healing. We spend a lot of time this week discussing this topic on the Everyday Jesus podcast. You can catch up with the conversation by listening to that episode here:
Today I want to answer the question: How should we pray for healing? First let’s look at what I think is the more common problem in most of Christianity today: not praying at all. Now I’m not saying that people don’t get in their prayer closets and pray for their loved ones healing. What I am saying is we don’t do as James commands us. Continue reading
In this episode, we tackle the controversial subject of healing. Does God still heal people? Do people have the gift of healing? We also talk about the recent court decision involving Planned Parenthood and David Daleiden. Our unreached people group is the Brahmin of India. Today’s Word finishes up chapter 4 in the book of John, the story of Jesus healing the royal official’s son.
In the most recent episode of the Everyday Jesus podcast, we started our new series on the Spiritual Gifts. In the episode, we gave an overview of the gifts, what they are and why they were given. If you haven’t listened to that episode, please catch up by clicking play on the player below:
For us to properly use the gifts that God has given us, we must take the time to remove anything that might hinder us from using those gifts. One of the biggest things that hinders Christians from being used by God is unforgiveness. As a Christian, we must Continue reading
This week’s Everyday Jesus podcast’s Good News segment was about Scott Highberger. If you haven’t listened to this episode yet, you can listen now by clicking on the play button below:
As a means of follow up for this story, I wanted to make an extra post to highlight the fact that Scott has written a book. It’s called “Behind the Wire: A Prisoner’s Journey to the Pulpit”. You can click on the link below to purchase the book.
Scott reached out to me after the newest episode aired and offered to send me a copy. I plan on reading and writing a short review of the book afterwards. I’m sure it’s going to be great, so if you found his story encouraging, I’d encourage you to support him and his ministry by purchasing a copy of his book by clicking on the link above.
This week we’ve been having a discussion surrounding the person and work of the Holy Spirit. So far we’ve discussed it on the podcast, which can be found here:
And we’ve spent some time on the blog talking about resisting the Holy Spirit, found here:
Resisting the Holy Spirit
Today, let’s look at what it looks like to grieve the Holy Spirit. The word grieve comes from the word grief which means to cause deep sorrow. Obviously when we grieve we Continue reading
In this special episode, I sit down with my wife to discuss a book we are reading called “Shepherding a Child’s Heart” written by Tedd Tripp. We discuss the general premise of this book, which is that all of our actions are controlled by our heart and children are best corrected by dealing with the heart issue, not the behavior. The behavior is simply a symptom of a deeper underlying issue. We hope you will enjoy this special series. Please feel free to share with your friends and family!
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Special Series #2 – Christian Parenting
This week on the Everyday Jesus podcast, we started a discussion on the Holy Spirit. We talked about who He is and the fact that he is actively working in our world today. We also mentioned that the Holy Spirit can be resisted, quenched and grieved. If you missed the podcast, be sure to catch up with us by pressing the play button on the player below:
So let’s focus a little closer on the phrase resisting the Holy Spirit. As Christians, we believe that God’s grace is irresistible, meaning that when God chooses for you to be saved, he makes his grace so appealing that your heart cannot help but to submit to Him. Continue reading
On this week’s episode we discussed the need for prayer and we spent some time focusing on Samuel and how God may choose to speak to us. If you haven’t listened to this week’s episode of the Everyday Jesus podcast, do so now by clicking on the play button below.
I wanted to spend a little bit more time focusing in our passage in 1st Samuel 3. We see Eli the priest giving Samuel this advice for the next time the Lord calls out for you, reply, Continue reading