RADIO

  • Radio: Wed. January 17, 2018

    There is a common misunderstanding in the church today. Many people confuse the fact that being “unworthy” is the same as being “worthless”. Today, Michael Anthony addresses this error by giving us a clear and Biblical distinction between the two. If we believe we have no value to God, if we believe we are worthless, then we are probably not going to be very motivated to share Christ with the lost. But if we understand our value in God’s eyes, then we will gladly give God glory by telling others.

    There is a common misunderstanding in the church today. Many people confuse the fact that being “unworthy” is the same as being “worthless”. Today, Michael Anthony addresses this error by giving us a clear and Biblical distinction between the two. If ...

  • Radio: Tue. January 16, 2018

    God has given all of His people many gifts that we might be able to do His will. One of the greatest and often most neglected of those gifts is His Word. Today Michael Anthony reinforces what most of us already know – that absorbing and obeying Scripture is central to our effectiveness as Christians. Living out in our daily lives what we have read in our prayer closets, is one of the most important keys to serving Christ. It is also one of the traits that separates a true disciple from one who is merely a dabbler.

    God has given all of His people many gifts that we might be able to do His will. One of the greatest and often most neglected of those gifts is His Word. Today Michael Anthony reinforces what most of us already ...

  • Radio: Mon. January 15, 2018

    Following Christ entails more than we often are aware of. There is so much more to it than saying a prayer and attending church. We usually feel like there is more we should be doing, but often we don’t know where to start. Servanthood is key to our walk with Christ and His ministry through us. Today, Michael Anthony gives us a starting point, not by looking at a specific task, but by looking at our view of God and ourselves. It is from this combined viewpoint that we can see why we may be falling short in our service to God.

    Following Christ entails more than we often are aware of. There is so much more to it than saying a prayer and attending church. We usually feel like there is more we should be doing, but often we don’t know where ...

  • Radio: Fri. January 12, 2018

    Faith is the essential element from which springs all true obedience and power to walk with the living God. Our faith is nurtured and grown by our involvement with the Word of God. Through both reading it and exercising it, we develop spiritual muscles that enable us to be effective disciples. Today, Michael Anthony encourages us that if we want to overcome temptation and become loving, forgiving people, then we must use Scripture to build our faith. For without it, we will experience no real progress.

    Faith is the essential element from which springs all true obedience and power to walk with the living God. Our faith is nurtured and grown by our involvement with the Word of God. Through both reading it and exercising it, we ...

  • Radio: Thu. January 11, 2018

    When we see the magnitude of sin that surrounds us in the world today, it can be overwhelming. “What can I do? I’m just one person. I have no influence or power over this vast plague of wickedness.” Today, Michael Anthony refutes this outlook by reminding us of the calling God has placed on us as disciples of Christ. We may not be able to conquer great areas of evil, but can we deal with the sin in our own lives and reach out to the lost around us? These are the “weeds” in our garden that are within our grasp.

    When we see the magnitude of sin that surrounds us in the world today, it can be overwhelming. “What can I do? I’m just one person. I have no influence or power over this vast plague of wickedness.” Today, Michael Anthony ...

  • Radio: Wed. January 10, 2018

    There has always been a lot of finger-pointing at Christianity as being filled with hypocrites. Many seem to use this as an excuse to keep from pursuing a relationship with God. Today Michael Anthony points out that there is plenty of blame to go around for all of mankind when it comes to hypocrisy and sin. But should we allow the failings of a few to keep us from God? Do the evil, rebellious acts of mankind – religious or otherwise – prove that God is not benevolent and loving? Do we really think we’re better off without Him?

    There has always been a lot of finger-pointing at Christianity as being filled with hypocrites. Many seem to use ...

  • Radio: Tue. January 9, 2018

    We often live our lives as thought they do not matter. Even as Christians, we sometimes have a kind of “take it or leave it” attitude when it comes to how we live and what we commit to. Today, Michael exhorts us to “live on purpose”. We should be putting the knowledge we have of Scripture to good use. And if we are not that knowledgeable in the Bible, then we can begin by applying what we do know. As James said, we should be “doers of the word and not hearers only, deceiving ourselves.

    We often live our lives as thought they do not matter. Even as Christians, we sometimes have a kind of “take it or leave it” attitude when it comes to how we live and what we commit to. Today, Michael exhorts ...

  • Radio: Mon. January 8, 2018

    Many people act like they would give themselves to God if He would just perform some miracle, some magic trick to convince them. But would that make a difference to someone who refuses to acknowledge even the miracle of their own existence? Would it make a difference to someone who refuses to even consider the truths of God’s Word? Today, Michael Anthony exposes the fallacy of claiming to seek or serve God while ignoring the Bible. Scripture is a miracle in itself and holds the keys to life and eternity.

    Many people act like they would give themselves to God if He would just perform some miracle, some magic trick to convince them. But would that make a difference to someone who refuses to acknowledge even the miracle of their own ...

  • Radio: Fri. January 5, 2018

    In the eyes of many, marriage has become little more than a convenient way for two people to share expenses and have some fun. Most Christians take it more seriously, but still often fail to see its spiritual significance and power. Today Michael Anthony takes us beyond the common views of marriage and reveals from Scripture how important it is in the eyes of God. If we can take hold of the depths of its meaning, it can change our hearts toward our mate and give our union new purpose and direction.

    In the eyes of many, marriage has become little more than a convenient way for two people to share expenses and have some fun. Most Christians take it more seriously, but still often fail to see its spiritual significance and power. ...

  • Radio: Thu. January 4, 2018

    It’s an old saying we have heard probably thousands of times. “The grass is always greener on the other side.” Today Michael gives us some insight from Scripture as to why that may be so, specifically as it relates to marriage. Maybe it really is greener, or maybe we just think it is. At any rate, that grass is still on the other side of the fence and doesn’t belong to us. So how do we deal with the frustrations of a relationship that may make certain temptations dangerously appealing? Is there really anything that we can do?

    It’s an old saying we have heard probably thousands of times. “The grass is always greener on the other side.” Today Michael gives us some insight from Scripture as to why that may be so, specifically as it relates to marriage. ...

  • Radio: Wed. January 3, 2018

    The church in our day has become more of an institution rather than what it started out as. Today, Michael Anthony reminds us that the church began as a movement of the Holy Spirit. It started out as an organism, a body, filled with the life and power of God. It was started by the Messiah and it was nurtured with the blood and sweat of His apostles and followers. They did not do it for an offering or for any other type of personal gain. They did it for God’s glory, from hearts thankful for His gift of salvation.

    The church in our day has become more of an institution rather than what it started out as. Today, Michael Anthony reminds us that the church began as a movement of the Holy Spirit. It started out ...

  • Radio: Tue. January 2, 2018

    It’s easy to say that we believe in Christ, or even to say that we’re His disciples. But how does a true disciple live? What are the ambitions that drive him? What does he value so much that he will stop at nothing to obtain it? Today Michael challenges those of us who name the name of Christ to take stock of our Christian walk. Are we focused on the call of Christ as He leads us to the poor, the lost, the broken-hearted? Or like the Pharisees, do we serve God only if we can gain something from it for ourselves?

    It’s easy to say that we believe in Christ, or even to say that we’re His disciples. But how does a true disciple live? What are the ambitions that drive him? What does he value so much that he will stop ...

  • Radio: Mon. January 1, 2018

    The culture we live in can be very intimidating at times. We see others around us who seem to have so much more than we do. More money, more possessions, more influence, and more power. Today Michael shows us from God’s Word just how important it is that we do not view ourselves that way. Whatever we have, it is from God’s hand and should not be considered insignificant. The treasure we spend here to benefit the poor, save the lost, or feed the hungry, will be stored up for us in heavenly places.

    The culture we live in can be very intimidating at times. We see others around us who seem to have so much more than we do. More money, more possessions, more influence, and more power. Today Michael shows us from God’s ...

  • Radio: Fri. December 29, 2017

    He calls it “The Mother Of All Myths”. Today, Michael Anthony tackles one of the most difficult and misunderstood passages in all of the New Testament. The idea that we can serve God with our whole heart, while at the same time serving money with every bit of our time and strength, is a powerful myth. But hold on a second. Don’t we have to make a living and pay our bills? Shouldn’t we be allowed to enjoy some prosperity? How does this work in a practical sense? What exactly does this mean?

    He calls it “The Mother Of All Myths”. Today, Michael Anthony tackles one of the most difficult and misunderstood passages in all of the New Testament. The idea that we can serve God with our whole heart, while at the same ...

  • Radio: Thu. December 28, 2017

    There are any number of things that keep us at a distance from God. But as Michael points out in today’s study, it’s usually our own misunderstanding of God’s compassionate character that keeps us away. It’s difficult for us to comprehend the depth of His forgiveness toward a repentant heart. Will He really accept me after what I’ve done? After what I’ve become? Just as in the story of the Prodigal Son, our Heavenly Father is eager to renew our relationship with Him. And He will lavishly restore the joy of our salvation.

    There are any number of things that keep us at a distance from God. But as Michael points out in today’s study, it’s usually our own misunderstanding of God’s compassionate character that keeps us away. It’s difficult for us to comprehend ...

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