It seems like everything is out of control. Pandemics, violence and Presidential Debates make it seem like there is not much hope. Join Dustin and Jonathan as they are reminded of the truths found in Psalm 124.
There are many big challenges in the world and in our lives today. Does JESUS really have time for the “little things” in our lives?
But Peter said, “Man, I do not know what you are talking about.” And immediately, while he was still speaking, the rooster crowed. And the Lord turned and looked at Peter. And Peter remembered the saying of the Lord, how he had said to him, “Before the rooster crows today, you will deny me three times.” And he went out and wept bitterly. Luke 22: 60-62
What did Peter just do? How could he deny Jesus after all they had been through? This was the lowest moment of his life. He had failed miserably. Peter didn’t have faith that Jesus would take care of him. He was only thinking about himself.
Merry Christmas! On this Christmas episode, the guys talk about the difference between happiness and joy. They also take a look at their familes and think about how they experience the joy of the holidays.
Tis the season to be… struggling? What? Christmas is supposed to be about joy and happiness. Why do so many struggle, including us?
Life is hard. Trying to live out your faith can be even harder. There are times in this life when you want nothing more than for someone to come help! Teach you, guide you, laugh with you, be a shoulder to cry on, be willing to challenge you and hold you accountable when needed. Someone who is willing to walk with you and help you through this thing called life. Someone to be a mentor.
Join Dustin and Jonathan as they each share with you a person who has been and always will be a mentor in their life. Hear how their lives were changed and how important those relationships are to them today. Here the value of finding a mentor in your own life and her a special request to share your mentors with the guys. Be sure to Listen and Subscribe anywhere podcasts are found!
College. It can be one of the greatest times in a young person’s life but it can also be one of the most difficult. Approximately 70% of students who are active in their faith step away from their faith during their college years. Why does this happen? What are some of the traps and difficulties our students face? How can we support our students and help them stand strong upon the foundation of Jesus?
It’s a new year and many people will say this is the time to make a new you! But truth is, you are probably pretty good already and you just need to make a few changes. But change is hard!
Merry Christmas! Tis the Season to be Jolly! But why? Is it the presents? The parties? The food? The lights? No! It’s because we are celebrating the birth of our Savior! Jesus! Emmanuel! Messiah! You have heard the story of Jesus’ birth many times, but do you know the whole story?
Work. School. Parenting. Marriage. Sports. Band. Church. Homework. Housework. Be here. Be there. Do this. Do that. And on and on and on. Seems to never stop. And now it’s the holidays and even more is going to be demanded of me! How do I keep focused? How do I not stress? How do I keep God first?