|Have you ever said, “That’s just not fair!” Have you ever been treated unjustly? Do you long for justice and fairness? Well, God doesn’t show favoritism. Listen to today’s program as Greg talks about justice.|
Denominationalism can be characterized this way, “I’m better than you are.” It can make us feel unique and superior. It’s a curse that divides Christians and impedes peoples’ relationships with Christ.
Do you think that God is unhappy with you — that he’s not pleased with the way you live your life? Where did you get that idea? Greg takes a look at the curse of legalism in today’s program.
|America’s enemies claim that we are morally corrupt and “the great Satan”. This brings up a question, are we on God’s side? Greg explores whether or not we’re worshipping the right God.|
The disciples were huddled together out of fear when Jesus offered them peace – he invites you and me to faith and belief, out of a world bent on knowing only that which can be known by human abilities and senses.
|The message of Jesus’ resurrection is this: Give God three days. It’s a message of excitement and hope. Join Greg this weekend as he talks about how, if we give God three days, our darkness can give way to the glorious light of a new day!|
How significant is the resurrection of Jesus Christ to us? Quite simply, it’s our lifeline! Don’t miss this important seasonal message. Tomorrow doesn’t have to be the same as yesterday.
|The eyewitness accounts of Jesus’ death and resurrection would be sufficient to establish the truth of those events in a court of law. Some eyewitnesses were martyred for testifying that Jesus died and and rose from the dead. It is true — he’s alive!|
Jesus’ parable about the lost sheep doesn’t make any sense – it doesn’t appear to be a responsible action for a shepherd, pastor or anyone else. Why did Jesus leave the 99 and go after one lost sheep?
On Palm Sunday we consider Jesus entering Jerusalem for the last time in his earthly ministry to the acclamation of crowds calling out “Save us now!” A few days later a crowd in Jerusalem screamed out “Crucify him!”
On Palm Sunday we consider Pilate, riding a high spirited military war horse, while Jesus sat astride a borrowed donkey. Pilate rode into town to enforce the rule of law – Jesus rode into town as the personification of the kingdom of grace.
In our materialistic culture many spend much of their time and money in self-centered gain and consumerism — yet they’re miserable. On the other hand, God talks about cheerful giving.
Since Christ’s sacrifice is sufficient for my salvation, and since God loves me unconditionally — if it’s all done for me, then why be good? Don’t miss Greg’s answer to these questions in today’s program.
Who or what can we trust anymore? Advertising claims, politicians, corporate leaders, retirement plans — all have failed our complete trust. Greg shows how God can be trusted in today’s program.
It’s a huge mistake to blame God for what churches have done in his name. Some churches shrink God down to fit in their box. Greg right-sizes God and helps scrape the barnacles of sectarianism off “Good Ship Christianity”.
Are you a sheep or a goat? Listen to today’s program as Greg shows us the compassion of Jesus Christ and why the sheep in Matthew 25 were given entrance into the Kingdom.
It’s not where we’ve been that’s important–it’s where we’re going that matters! Be sure to listen to Greg as he discusses the important choices ahead of us.
Who would you name as the most significant VIPs you’re aware of? What makes a person a VIP? More significantly, what makes a person a VIP in God’s eyes? Don’t miss today’s program for God’s perspective on VIPs.
Is there a biblical model for Christians to intimidate pagans about what they’re (Christians) against? Greg talks about why we’re saved and what we’re supposed to be doing as Christians.
Our focus is on why God’s grace sets us free. What is freedom in Christ all about?
Toynbee said, “One’s religion is often an accident of birth.” Little or no thought — no careful examination. Greg discusses different church types and what a person should think about in selecting a church.
We’ve all heard, “He who humbles himself will be exalted.” And we know that God, in the person of Jesus, washed his disciples’ feet. On today’s program Greg discusses what real humility is.
The only exercise some ever get is jumping to conclusions. Many hold a wrong conclusion about God that affects their judgments. What is that conclusion? Could it be affecting the judgments you make?
In the comic strip PEANUTS, Schroeder says that a person who never suffers, never matures. Lucy’s retort is, “Who wants to suffer? Don’t be ridiculous!” Greg offers God’s perspective on suffering in today’s program.
Is human suffering the result of God’s displeasure? Are the food shortages and AIDS epidemic in Africa because of God’s anger? Greg talks about God and human suffering in this program.
Many Christians think they have an exclusive franchise on God; that they are the “one and only” or at least the best, but is that true? Who is a Christian? How big is God’s tent?
Christians believe all sorts of things that aren’t from the Bible. In this program Greg examines some of these beliefs and suggests four easy things to do to discover what the Bible really teaches.
Have you ever been hoodwinked by someone making a pitch for your attention with false information? It’s hard to recognize truth — easy to be deceived. Be sure to listen to our program today to find out how to know what’s true.
Is your stock with God up or down – or does God even look at us that way? Listen to find out what God is looking for in us.
Putting first things first is good advice, but what is first? Is it success, money, possessions? What’s your answer?
Mercy and forgiveness are way outside of our human dimension. We like to get even —- we’d rather see justice than mercy. Forgiveness turns the world upside down.
Greg digs into the parable of the rich young ruler, explores the message behind the better wine Jesus made from water and examines Jesus instruction to become like little children — all to make The Real Gospel clear.
How do you define Christianity? Most people, Christian and non-Christian alike, would answer with a list of restrictions and taboos, but that’s not a biblical definition of Christianity. Christianity = freedom from human regulations. Greg discusses what Colossians 2 tells us.
What is the best time? Who are the right people? What is the correct action? Greg shares the answers to “The Three Questions”.
|Work is a four letter word – some avoid it at all costs. Most think it’s the only way to success. Greg talks about four ways to rise to the top in our world. Be sure to listen to “What Happened to Hard Work?”|
Hearing “the good old days” conjures up warm and fuzzy feelings. Should Christians be looking “back when” or be engaged in life today?
Advertising continually pressures us to buy the latest and the greatest. And even if we’re able to and do, “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction” could be the theme song for most.
Besides getting older, just what is there for us humans to rely on? Greg talks about 5 unshakable truths we can anchor our lives on.
In today’s Plain Truth program Greg gives 9 definitions of “grace”. Just what is grace, anyway?