RADIO

  • Radio: Fri. May 19, 2017

    Our fallen world would love to tear apart Scripture and point out every perceived contradiction found amongst its pages. In today’s message, Michael is going to address these supposed “contradictions” and help us understand what they mean for the reliability of the Bible. It is undebatable that there are differing details between separate accounts in Scripture, but does this make it wrong? It does not, in fact these differences often stress new perspectives and give us a deeper understanding of the story.

    Our fallen world would love to tear apart Scripture and point out every perceived contradiction found amongst its pages. In today’s message, Michael is going to address these supposed “contradictions” and help us understand what they mean for the reliability of the ...

  • Radio: Thu. May 18, 2017

    God is not subject to the same limitations of time as we are. We believe and trust in God’s Word, believing that what it said happened did happen. Yet we often struggle to trust that the promises for the future will come true. We don’t know when, and in some respects we don’t understand how, but Jesus promised He will return to take us home. In today’s message, Michael encourages us to cling to, cherish, and take great hope in this promise. It may be tomorrow, or a hundred years from now, but it will happen!

    God is not subject to the same limitations of time as we are. We believe and trust in God’s Word, believing that what it said happened did happen. Yet we often struggle to trust that the promises for the future will come ...

  • Radio: Wed. May 17, 2017

    Do you meet the standards laid out in Scripture to qualify as an Elder or Deacon in the church? These titles are unfamiliar in our world today, as are the qualifications. Are you above reproach? Are you a living, breathing reflection of your Savior? In today’s message, Michael challenges us to aspire to these qualities and to look for them in our fellow believers. It is not possible under our own power. Only Christ was truly blameless, and through His redemption we are made like Him in the eyes of God.

    Do you meet the standards laid out in Scripture to qualify as an Elder or Deacon in the church? These titles are unfamiliar in our world today, as are the qualifications. Are you above reproach? Are you a living, breathing reflection of ...

  • Radio: Tue. May 16, 2017

    As believers, we’re not called to an easy life. We’ve been given the greatest gift of all: salvation from sin and death. Before salvation, we were enslaved to Satan, serving our flesh and doing whatever felt good. Now we serve God and Satan hates that. As we will hear in Michael’s message, we’re bound to face hardship and even persecution if we’re truly following Jesus. We should expect it, and even embrace it, because it’s in those hard times that we get to exercise our faith and trust in God.

    As believers, we’re not called to an easy life. We’ve been given the greatest gift of all: salvation from sin and death. Before salvation, we were enslaved to Satan, serving our flesh and doing ...

  • Radio: Mon. May 15, 2017

    Whose approval are you seeking? That of your fellow man, or that of the God who saved you? Sure, it feels good to be liked, and if you only ever say what people want to hear, chances are you will have a lot of friends. But in today’s message, Michael asks us to consider the true impact of living for man’s approval. The Gospel is a message of love and grace, but that love is often misunderstood in today’s culture. This love requires that we push each other to righteous living and away from destructive sinful behaviors and lifestyles.

    Whose approval are you seeking? That of your fellow man, or that of the God who saved you? Sure, it feels good to be liked, and if you only ever say what people want to hear, chances are you will have a ...

  • Radio: Fri. May 12, 2017

    We’ve all heard the phrase, “ignorance is bliss”, but ignorance is not innocence. God created the world with moral order and instilled that within all of us. Just because we don’t know we are doing wrong, doesn’t mean it isn’t wrong. The Old Covenant required sacrifice for even unknown sins. The Good News, and it truly is good news, is that all of our sin, known and unknown, past and future, was brought to bear on Christ’s shoulders on the cross. He is our sacrifice and redemption.

    We’ve all heard the phrase, “ignorance is bliss”, but ignorance is not innocence. God created the world with moral order and instilled that within all of us. Just because we don’t

  • Radio: Thu. May 11, 2017

    What’s more important: your palace, or God’s? The temple that King Solomon built for God was an elaborate and beautiful building. It took seven years of hard work and dedication to build. As Michael points out in today’s message, it’s easy to have some misplaced admiration for Solomon in this undertaking. While the temple certainly was impressive, Solomon displayed his true priorities by devoting more time and resources into building his own palace.

    What’s more important: your palace, or God’s? The temple that King Solomon built for God was an elaborate and beautiful building. It took seven years of ...

  • Radio: Wed. May 10, 2017

    Do you ever feel like God’s presence has left you? Does He seem far away and uncaring? In today’s message, Michael reminds us that this distance is not what God desires. He desires to be close to us, but He will not force Himself on us. If we have turned our affection and attention to the temporary things of this world and lost interest in seeking God, we’re bound to experience His absence. When we turn our hearts back to Him and seek Him with our whole hearts, His presence will return.

    Do you ever feel like God’s presence has left you? Does He seem far away and uncaring? In today’s message, Michael reminds us that this distance is not what God desires. He desires to be close to us, but He will not ...

  • Radio: Tue. May 9, 2017

    All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. All of us, from pastors behind the pulpit, to brand new Christians, were born into a sinful, selfish nature. We were destined for an eternity of oppression and separation from God. But then the cross! Think about it! In today’s message, Michael asks us to really contemplate what Christ did for us. Are you living a life that reflects the unfathomable love and grace that was shown to you on the cross?

    All have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. All of us, from pastors behind the pulpit, to brand new Christians, were born into a sinful, selfish nature. ...

  • Radio: Mon. May 8, 2017

    A prideful man or woman cannot receive salvation while maintaining their pride. We are fallen, weak sinners. We cannot earn God’s forgiveness or favor. The only way we can receive forgiveness is through humbling ourselves and accepting the gift of salvation that Jesus won for us on the cross. As Michael explains in today’s message, the criminals who were crucified next to Christ show us two ways that we can react to the Gospel. We can humble ourselves and receive eternal salvation or reject it and choose eternal damnation.

    A prideful man or woman cannot receive salvation while maintaining their pride. We are fallen, weak sinners. We cannot earn God’s forgiveness or favor. The only Radio: Fri. May 5, 2017

    The Bible was not meant to be an informational handbook. It wasn’t written just for the sake of recording a story for posterity. Every word has been preserved by a God who desires to draw all people to Himself. As Michael explains in today’s message, our world would look drastically different if we were reading the Bible and applying it to our lives. That’s what it’s meant for! It’s meant to be read for the purpose of drawing closer to God and learning how to walk His path in a fallen, hopeless world.

    The Bible was not meant to be an informational handbook. It wasn’t written just for the sake of recording a story for posterity. Every word has been preserved by a God who desires to draw all people to Himself. As Michael explains ...

  • Radio: Thu. May 4, 2017

    When the Bible mentions Jesus healing the blind, the lame, and the leprous, many times we see Him first telling them that their sins are forgiven. This is an important spiritual concept to understand. Jesus first told the people He healed that their sins were forgiven because He prioritized the eternal as more important then the temporal. Our spiritual life is way more important than our earthly, temporal life. When we focus our eyes on eternal things, we are more likely to look more like Jesus.

    When the Bible mentions Jesus healing the blind, the lame, and the leprous, many times we see Him first telling them that their sins are forgiven. This is an important spiritual concept to understand. Jesus first told the people He healed that ...

  • Radio: Wed. May 3, 2017

    As Michael Anthony continues his teaching series on the life of Christ, he’ll be challenging us to have the same kind of prayer life as Jesus. When Jesus prayed, the Father moved on His behalf and guided Him to do amazing things for the Kingdom. If your prayer life only consists of selfish prayers, or you lack seeking the Lord in your decision making, you can’t expect God to move powerfully on your behalf. The Bible say’s that it’s the prayer of the righteous that avails much!

    As Michael Anthony continues his teaching series on the life of Christ, he’ll be challenging us to have the same kind of prayer life as Jesus. When Jesus prayed, the Father moved on His behalf and guided Him to do amazing things ...

  • Radio: Tue. May 2, 2017

    There are many skeptics that say the God of the Old Testament is a God of wrath, but the God of the New Testament is a God of love. Today, Michael Anthony will be reminding us that there is only one God and that He is both a God of love as well as a God of justice. In today’s text, we read how God took it very seriously when someone claimed to be a prophet, yet prophesied falsely. There is a great danger when someone say’s they are speaking for God, when really they are speaking from their own flesh.

    There are many skeptics that say the God of the Old Testament is a God of wrath, but the God of the New Testament is a God of love. Today, Michael Anthony will be reminding us that there ...

  • Radio: Mon. May 1, 2017

    As Michael Anthony continues his teaching series on the life of Christ, he’ll be explaining how Jesus was not just the greatest Prophet, but He was so much more than that. If you were to ask random people what they thought about Jesus, most of the answers you would get would be: “He was a good teacher”, or “He was a prophet”. Both of these answers are correct, but He wasn’t just a good teacher and wasn’t just a great Prophet, He is the Messiah, the Lamb of God that came to take away the sins of the world!

    As Michael Anthony continues his teaching series on the life of Christ, he’ll be explaining how Jesus was not just the greatest Prophet, but He was so much more than that. If you were to ask random people what they thought about ...

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