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VIDEO: Moments that Matter – Do I Have a Sound Christian Mind?

Learn how to adopt “the spirit of power.”  This power is not attainable by exercise, supplements or by force of human will, it’s a result of the miraculous indwelling of God’s spirit within the lives of all called out Christians. This power is the foundation from which we overcome our cowardice.  Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.

VIDEO: Moments that Matter – Has the Gospel Been Corrupted? (Part II)

Part II builds on our discussion of Part I, where Jesus predicted there would be corruption of his true church almost immediately after his death and that of his Apostles. On this short vlog, we touch on some of the problems with Christianity today. Watch and then listen to the entire podcast of the same name. Consider how we can get closer in our Bible studies to the way it was originally intended by Jesus.

VIDEO: Moments that Matter – Has the Gospel Been Corrupted? (Part I)

Jesus taught us many things and often spoke in parables to hide their true meaning. One of the few parables he explained was the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares. He predicted that the gospel message would be corrupted as time moved further away from when he and his Apostles died. We are grateful for this warning because, by expecting this to occur, we can begin to understand what we need to watch out for. It reinforces just how crafty Satan is and how wee can be deceived if we are not diligent. Watch this 2-minute vlog and then listen to the entire podcast of the same name.

VIDEO: Moments that Matter – What Would Jesus Have Said to YOU?

On our 2017 Christmas podcast, we took a unique approach to telling the traditional Christmas story by including various conversations Jesus had as an adult. We found a pattern of who he gave his time to and what secret reveals he shared to these special people. Watch this quick vlog and then listen to the entire program for a new perspective on how attentive this Savior of the World was to our human needs.