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If Hollywood made a movie about Zacchaeus, Danny DeVito might be asked to play the role of this short man who made a ton of money. The plot? Jesus loved Zacchaeus even though no one else seemed to.
Religion is all about shame and honor, but real Christianity is about God’s love and grace. There is no fear — no shame — no guilt, in God’s perfect love.
Grace can happen “at” church — but grace is seldom offered on religious menus. Join us in celebrating the riches of God’s grace.
Sometimes our dreams wind up in a pit. If you find yourself in a pit, even if things get worse before they get better, if your hope is in the Lord, he will rescue you.
In this parable that helps us understand the kingdom of heaven, who is the pearl of great value? You may be surprised with the answer!
Just as we call 911 in times of emergency, we can also call God, our ultimate resource, at “91:1.” God is always available to you. He’s never too busy — he will always pick up your call. Always.
We can never say it too often or too dogmatically: all that we are and all that we will ever be is a product of God’s grace!
Happiness in the here and now is not the supreme hope for Christ-followers. Our hope is in the Lord, and the highway to his heaven, which may include suffering, as a necessary and natural part of the journey.
As he leads us in a discussion of the five benefits God tells us to remember (Psalm 103:1-5) Greg tells the story of a man named Eddie who never, ever forgot.
God is an extravagant giver. He doesn't need for you and me to give so that his grace won't run out - God isn't dependent on our giving to finance his projects. But giving is at the heart of being in relationship with God.
The goal of grace-based Christianity is to be in step with Jesus, which often means being imbalanced and out of step with conventional religious expression. Join us as we discuss what it means to be in relationship with God.
Jesus is not impressed with religions deeds and accomplishments, neither is he repelled by immorality and the failure of sinners. Greg discusses Jesus' ministry to the Samaritan woman he meets at the well.