RADIO

  • Radio: Fri. August 18, 2017

    The whole “love your neighbor as yourself” part of the Bible seems to trip people up the most. It’s hard to love those who seem to go out of their way to be unlovable! In today’s message, Michael opens our ears to a different idea. If we are truly, deeply rooted in Jesus, we have His fingerprint on us, on the very essence of who we are. He is who we want to follow, and as He loved everyone, we then will desire to also love everyone. Not just the easy people; EVERYONE!

    The whole “love your neighbor as yourself” part of the Bible seems to trip people up the most. It’s hard to love those who seem to go out of their way to be unlovable! In today’s message, Michael opens our ears to ...

  • Radio: Thu. August 17, 2017

    How do we know if someone is a Christ follower or not? Michael today shares with us the idea that the Christian influence is like a fruit bearing tree – if we are deeply rooted in Jesus, our loving, grace-giving Creator, then it will be reflected in our fruit. The fruit, then, is how we interact with other people in the world. If we are deeply relying on Christ for our only means of existing, we will naturally extend every attribute He has to those around us, giving them a chance at the blessings we already enjoy!

    How do we know if someone is a Christ follower or not? Michael today shares with us the idea that the Christian influence is like a fruit bearing tree – if we are deeply rooted in Jesus, our loving, grace-giving Creator, then ...

  • Radio: Wed. August 16, 2017

    Jesus used comparisons frequently in His ministry, and He didn’t sugar coat the imagery in any way! Today’s message looks at judging one another, and Jesus is warning us to not avoid looking into the faults in our own lives before pointing out the faults in another’s life. As Michael points out, the humorous image of looking for a speck in someone else’s eye while a plank grows out of our own eye definitely drives the message home! Jesus wants us to grow together, not search for ways to tear each other down!

    Jesus used comparisons frequently in His ministry, and He didn’t sugar coat the imagery in any way! Today’s message looks at judging one another, and Jesus is warning us to not avoid looking into the faults in our ...

  • Radio: Tue. August 15, 2017

    Moses, the well-known historical figure who led Israel out of slavery, was in a way a savior figure for the people at that time. Imperfect by many standards, Moses was still someone who displayed God’s light where there seemed to be none. Michael today compares following Jesus to following Moses, but not just in the capacity of salvation for the people of the world. The people following Moses didn’t always submit to the plan, even if it was from God, and would more often than not rebel. Sound familiar?

    Moses, the well-known historical figure who led Israel out of slavery, was in a way a savior figure for the people at that time. Imperfect by many standards, Moses was still someone who displayed God’s light where there seemed to be none. ...

  • Radio: Mon. August 14, 2017

    What was the purpose of the numerous miracles Jesus performed in His time on the earth? Was it simply to put on a good show, to create an exciting attraction to get people to notice Him? Not at all! In today’s message Michael turns that notion around to the true purpose behind the miracles of Jesus. Jesus wasn’t showing off; rather, He was pointing the people of that time, and us today, to the only one Who could ever accomplish such incredible things – God!

    What was the purpose of the numerous miracles Jesus performed in His time on the earth? Was it simply to put on a good show, to create an exciting attraction to get people to notice Him? Not at all! In today’s message ...

  • Radio: Fri. August 11, 2017

    Today’s message explores the reality of having a void in life, a place of need that everyone has in some way, that typically can be temporarily filled by the world. This need can only be completely eradicated by trusting in Jesus. Michael’s point today makes us think of it this way: if we are trusting in the world to sustain us and bring us happiness, what room have we left for God to work in us, and for us to trust Him to provide for us? The world will take notice when we are living God-dependent lives!

    Today’s message explores the reality of having a void in life, a place of need that everyone has in some way, that typically can be temporarily filled by the world. This need can only be completely eradicated by trusting in Jesus. Michael’s ...

  • Radio: Thu. August 10, 2017

    As humans, we tend to see a “lack” in a life as a detriment. Those who don’t have money, or who are ill, or who are hungry – we see those as people who are missing out on what the world has to offer. Even in our own lives, we find places we wish we had more, and we do whatever we can to fill the void. But today, Michael shares a different view: what if those places of lacking in our lives were actually a good thing? These places of need can remind us that we have no earthly power to fix them, only Jesus can!

    As humans, we tend to see a “lack” in a life as a detriment. Those who don’t have money, or who are ill, or who are hungry – we see those as people who are missing out on what the world has ...

  • Radio: Wed. August 9, 2017

    Have you ever wondered why God actually created humans, especially knowing how terrible it would get? Michael approaches this idea today, and agrees that God doesn’t actually need us. However, God wanted us, and so created people, and in doing so provided an extraordinary opportunity for every single one of us to be a part of a much larger vision for life. In the same way, we don’t have to participate, but we would be missing out on the most incredible blessings we could ever imagine!

    Have you ever wondered why God actually created humans, especially knowing how terrible it would get? Michael approaches this idea today, and agrees that God doesn’t actually need us. However, God wanted us, and so created people, and in doing so provided ...

  • Radio: Tue. August 8, 2017

    When difficulty arises in our walks with God, the seemingly easiest answer – at least in our view – is to ask God to remove the pain. Wouldn’t following Him be much easier if we didn’t have to endure the ridicule and opposition from the world? God never promises that our walks will be free from pain, and as Michael reminds us today, this is an inevitable part of the life of a Christian! Instead of asking God to remove the pain, we should instead ask Him to give us strength to endure!

    When difficulty arises in our walks with God, the seemingly easiest answer – at least in our view – is to ask God to remove the pain. Wouldn’t following Him be much easier if we didn’t have to endure the ridicule and ...

  • Radio: Mon. August 7, 2017

    There are numerous religions in practice in the world today. With all of these “spiritual practices” around, how can we stand out from the crowd? Michael’s answer is simple: Jesus! We have the only true and living God, who sent His only Son to earth to redeem humans from their sinfulness. Christianity is based on abundant love and grace, not on anything any person can do, say, or ever deserve. No other religion offers this idea of grace, or the enormity of Jesus’ sacrifice to provide it!

    There are numerous religions in practice in the world today. With all of these “spiritual practices” around, how can we stand out from the crowd? Michael’s answer is simple: Jesus! We have the only true and living God, who sent His only ...

  • Radio: Fri. August 4, 2017

    As Jesus’ ministry began to ramp up, He began to face more and more opposition from the people who knew, or who professed to know, the most about the Scriptures. These religious giants of their day seemed to be much more interested in finding faults with those who were not following God’s commands than practicing the foundational truths of the Bible. Michael warns us in today’s message to not learn the Bible simply to point out what is wrong, but rather to live what we read!

    As Jesus’ ministry began to ramp up, He began to face more and more opposition from the people who knew, or who professed to know, the most about the Scriptures. These religious giants of their day seemed to be much more interested ...

  • Radio: Thu. August 3, 2017

    Has Jesus ever gotten your attention? Michael asks us today to tune into Jesus’s message, but not just as a general story or plan for the betterment of society. Rather, Jesus wants to speak directly to each individual – that includes you! He may use a passage of Scripture, a quote from a wise person, even a song or a picture to get your attention. The key is to be available for Jesus to speak. So, as you listen today, open your heart to what Jesus wants to say to you, it is going to be spectacular!

    Has Jesus ever gotten your attention? Michael asks us today to tune into Jesus’s message, but not just as a general story or plan for the betterment of society. Rather, Jesus wants to speak directly to each individual – that includes you! ...

  • Radio: Wed. August 2, 2017

    Michael’s message today gives us a clear picture of just how much Jesus was unappreciated by the religious leaders of His day. Not only did they dislike Him, but they challenged Him openly, and sought to end His influence, and eventually, His life. Of all people, the religious leaders should have been the ones praising Him and working to further His presence and following during His time on earth! If Jesus was so opposed, shouldn’t we also expect some criticism as we seek to be more like Jesus?

    Michael’s message today gives us a clear picture of just how much Jesus was unappreciated by the religious leaders of His day. Not only did they dislike Him, but they challenged Him openly, and sought to end His ...

  • Radio: Tue. August 1, 2017

    Today’s message looks at some of the unloved people of Jesus’ time – ok, they’re pretty unloved by today’s standards too! Jesus commits a social faux pas by inviting a tax collector to be His follower, and then eating a meal with him as well! The religious people of the day were critical of Jesus’ desire to be around sinners, but as Michael points out, that was the whole point of Jesus’ ministry! Jesus loved those who were unloved, those who had messed up, and still does, and simply asks us to do the same!

    Today’s message looks at some of the unloved people of Jesus’ time – ok, they’re pretty unloved by today’s standards too! Jesus commits a social faux pas by inviting a tax collector to be His follower, and then eating a meal with ...

  • Radio: Mon. July 31, 2017

    The way Jesus called His disciples was very unremarkable, yet very powerful: He said “Follow Me”, and they got up and followed Him! Michael makes an assertion today that Jesus is still calling people this way, and is calling us today, even as we listen to this message. Have you heard Him whispering to you? Have you felt nudged to dive a little deeper into His path for you? That stirring just might be Jesus saying “Follow Me”! The question now is, how will you respond?

    The way Jesus called His disciples was very unremarkable, yet very powerful: He said “Follow Me”, and they got up and followed Him! Michael makes an assertion today that Jesus is still calling people this way, and is calling us today, even ...

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