Even the most casual observer is aware that differences exist among those of us who claim to follow Jesus. One test of our love of Jesus is how we treat those who differ in areas not clearly defined by Scripture. Runtime 11 minutes
King David may not have been the first one to be moved to worship out of wonder at nature, but Psalm 19 gives me shivers when I read it. Hundreds of years ago another person had the same feelings I have when I witness nature. Are you an atheist? Or do the heavens pull your heart toward God? Romans 1:18-32 explains how we can lose our faith and moral compass. Let us keep our faith alive. (Runtime 19 min)
You’re right. Life isn’t all peaches and cream. Every mountain is surrounded by valleys. But then again, sometimes it’s nice to sit on the lanai and enjoy the beauty of a rainbow reaching from the valley to the mountain.
How does one move from chasing the next snort of cocaine to trusting Jesus to get one’s life on track? In this week’s episode, guest Jim Hendren shares how he moved from homeless to hopeful.
In his book, Rebuilding Your Broken World, Gordon MacDonald describes those who have seen the lives they worked so hard building crumble around them. He calls them “broken world people.” In this episode, Jim Hendren describes his descent into being a cocaine addict, a broken world person. Today Jim is a respected Christian leader, but his journey took him through dark places.
Host Tom Long introduces Step Out and lays out the three fundamentals of life change. Brad Altice shares how Christ is changing his life and shows us the work that goes into setting up a movie theater to hold a church service.