RADIO

  • 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 ...

  • Radio: Wed. December 27, 2017

    Living as a fallen race in a fallen world, we can easily become doubtful or even cynical about the goodness and mercy of God, especially toward us. Michael wisely reminds us today, that sometimes we just need to return to the basics, like Scripture. It is in the Bible that we hear from God of His tenderness toward us and see in it’s pages His delight in His children. Knowing His Word keeps our faith strong and our hearts glad. Obeying His Word keeps us in the love of God and strengthens our confidence in His wisdom.

    Living as a fallen race in a fallen world, we can easily become doubtful or even cynical about the goodness and mercy of God, especially toward us. Michael wisely reminds us today, that sometimes we just need to return to the ...

  • Radio: Tue. December 26, 2017

    We often hear statistics which give the impression that once people pass a certain age, it’s almost impossible to win them to Christ. This causes many Christians to concentrate only on young people, neglecting the elderly. Today, Michael debunks this idea through the touching and powerful story of his own father’s conversion just days before his death. Through this and other exhortations, we are reminded of the limitless power of God to touch anyone. Jesus saves sinners, regardless of any other factor.

    We often hear statistics which give the impression that once people pass a certain age, it’s almost impossible to win them to Christ. This causes many Christians to concentrate only on young people, neglecting the elderly. Today, Michael debunks this idea ...

  • Radio: Mon. December 25, 2017

    Sinners were attracted to Jesus and felt they could approach Him without the condemnation they received from others. These days, we have a tendency to only associate with people who are pretty well cleaned up. Or at least their sins are not so apparent that we would be embarrassed to be seen with them. Today, Michael Anthony deals with some of these un-Christlike attitudes

    in today’s church. Have we forgotten where we have come from? Can the lost still come to Jesus in our gatherings without religious condemnation?

    Sinners were attracted to Jesus and felt they could approach Him without the condemnation they received from others. These days, we have a tendency to only associate with people who are pretty well cleaned up. Or at least their sins are ...

  • Radio: Fri. December 22, 2017

    There are many unscriptural ideas about what it means to follow Christ wholeheartedly. For instance, many Christians think that the cross they are called to bear is made up of the cares and problems of daily life. But is that what Jesus meant when He said we are to take up our cross and follow Him? How would He define what our cross is? Is my cross anything like His? Today, Michael Anthony answers these and other questions surrounding the call to discipleship found in today’s study.

    There are many unscriptural ideas about what it means to follow Christ wholeheartedly. For instance, many Christians think that the cross they are called to bear is made up of the cares and problems of daily life. But is that what ...

  • Radio: Thu. December 21, 2017

    When we first come to Christ, there is usually nothing that we esteem higher than Him. Everything else in our life somehow becomes virtually insignificant in comparison to Him. As time goes on however, we often begin to allow people and possessions to overshadow His presence in our lives. Today, Michael exhorts us to be careful not to allow this to happen. Through simple obedience and a renewed faith, we can avoid the consequences of missed blessings, confusion and unnecessary hardships.

    When we first come to Christ, there is usually nothing that we esteem higher than Him. Everything else in our life somehow becomes virtually insignificant in comparison to Him. As time goes on however, we often begin to allow people and ...

  • Radio: Wed. December 20, 2017

    Every single one of us should be baffled by how God chooses to use us in our fallen state to further His Kingdom on Earth. The thought of God choosing to use us over His top choice angels is a mind blowing reality. On the other hand, we need to make sure that we don’t take His calling in our lives lightly. In today’s message, Michael gives us a sobering reality check when it comes to the callings we receive. In our study, we learn that our calling to serve God is truly an honor and a privilege that we should take advantage of each and every day.

    Every single one of us should be baffled by how God chooses to use us in our fallen state to further His Kingdom on Earth. The thought of God choosing to use us

  • Radio: Tue. December 19, 2017

    Many of us get uncomfortable at the thought of confronting someone over a problematic issue that we’ve noticed. As opposed to addressing the issue, most of us would rather say a simple prayer and hope for the best. Needless to say, this isn’t a very healthy attitude when it comes to our walk with God. In today’s message, Michael Anthony stresses the importance of addressing issues that we’ve noticed in our lives. In our study, we learn that no matter how uncomfortable it might be, we should strive to resolve issues before they get out of hand.

    Many of us get uncomfortable at the thought of confronting someone over a problematic issue that we’ve noticed. As opposed to addressing the issue, most of us would rather say a simple prayer and hope for the ...

  • Radio: Mon. December 18, 2017

    The promise, deliverance, and preservation of Israel is an amazing display of God’s faithfulness to His own. Not only did God fulfill His promise to Abraham, but God continually shows patience towards the very people that rejected His Son. In today’s message, Michael Anthony reflects on the actions of Israel that led to the salvation of all of mankind. In our study, we’re reminded that God seeks to develop intimacy, rather than religious rituals and vain repetitions.

    The promise, deliverance, and preservation of Israel is an amazing display of God’s faithfulness to His own. Not only did God fulfill His promise to Abraham, but God continually shows patience towards the very people that rejected His Son. In today’s ...

  • Radio: Fri. December 15, 2017

    One of the most dangerous traps we can fall into as Christians is when we start to compare each other’s rolls in ministry. Whether it’s worship leading, preaching, or traveling the world to evangelize, we can easily become jealous of others. But what if we viewed each of our positions as equally important in God’s Kingdom? In today’s message, Michael exhorts us to be fruitful with whatever position God has put us in. In our study, we learn that no matter where or who we are, we’re called to lead others to Jesus.

    One of the most dangerous traps we can fall into as Christians is when we start to compare each other’s rolls in ministry. Whether it’s worship leading, preaching, or traveling the world to evangelize, we can easily become jealous of others. ...

  • Radio: Thu. December 14, 2017

    There are many verses in the Bible that can make us feel rather uncomfortable and stir us to self reflect. One of the most common of these verses is “depart from me you workers of iniquity, for I never knew you.” In today’s message, Michael Anthony encourages us to reflect on our spiritual state, and where it is we think we stand with God. In our study, we learn the importance of striving to pick up our cross daily and to live a life wholly dedicated to the Kingdom of God. Are you picking up your cross daily?

    There are many verses in the Bible that can make us feel rather uncomfortable and stir us to self reflect. One of the most common of these verses is “depart from me you workers of iniquity, for I never knew you.” ...

  • Radio: Wed. December 13, 2017

    The crucifixion of Christ has led to many debates and conjectures over the course of the Church’s history. Such things as: who was really responsible, what day it actually happened, and in some cases, whether or not Christ really died. Perhaps the most common of these is, who crucified Christ? In today’s message, Michael Anthony teaches us the true nature of the crucifixion and what actually led to that fateful moment on the Cross. In our study, we learn that it was God Himself that decided when, where, and how mankind would be redeemed.

    The crucifixion of Christ has led to many debates and conjectures over the course of the Church’s history. Such things as: who was really responsible, what day it actually happened, and in some cases, whether or not Christ really died. Perhaps ...

  • Radio: Tue. December 12, 2017

    Whether you’re a believer in Christ or not, marriage is one of the biggest moments in life that we look forward to. For those of us who are married, many of us have underestimated the depth and complexity of what marriage truly is. In today’s message, Michael teaches us that just because we’re married, it doesn’t necessarily mean our marriage is successful. In our study, we learn the importance of fulfilling our roles in the responsibilities we’ve been given with diligence and great care.

    Whether you’re a believer in Christ or not, marriage is one of the biggest moments in life that we look forward to. For those of us who areRadio: Mon. December 11, 2017

    In both the Old and New Testament we read about several instances that show us God’s desire for a humble and contrite heart. Whenever we’re puffed up with our own ego and self righteousness, we close our own eyes to the need we have for Christ. In today’s message, Michael Anthony reflects on this principle as we read about the woman He heals in the synagogue. In our study, we learn how it’s her contrite heart and spiritual humility that results in Jesus reaching out to her and healing her affliction.

    In both the Old and New Testament we read about several instances that show us God’s desire for a humble and contrite heart. Whenever we’re puffed up with our own ego and self righteousness, we close our own eyes to the ...

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