What could possibly amaze the Son of God? Tune in this week to find out.
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Conversations with Jesus
Tune in this week for the sermon on conversations with Jesus!
Listen in to a Mother's story, preached on Mother's Day, from another conversation with Jesus.
Tune in this week as Jesus talks with John's Disciples.
Know what the word "love" means? Well-- "You keep using that word, I do not think it means what you think it means." The Apostle Peter sure didn't... listen in this week to find out more.
What words could a prisoner on trial for death have for the man who would judge him worthy to die? What would you say if the prisoner was the true person with authority? Tune in this week to hear more.
Though Jesus mastered the honor/shame culture that he lived in, there are a few times when Jesus really crossed the line, and in this case something beautiful happened. Listen in to find out more.
Ever hear a pastor mention how great a man of God John the Baptist was? Would it shock you to learn that even he had his doubts about Jesus? Tune in this week to learn more!
Yeah! John 20 is the chapter with Doubting Thomas, right? Not quite, tune in this week why Thomas gets a bad rap for a moment of doubt.
One of the most unique conversations that we have recorded between Jesus and a potential disciple. However, this was the only disciples who DIDN'T follow Jesus.
Why would a Pharisee come to a little known Jewish teacher at night? Find out why Nicodemus came to speak with Jesus in last week's sermon.
What can we learn from Jesus' temptation by Satan in the wilderness? Tune in this week to find out!
Tune in this week for another crucial conversation Jesus has, this time with his Heavenly Father.
Lend us your ears as we introduce a new voice into the conversation: Mary Magdalene. Pastor Marty digs in to the conversation Mary had with her newly-resurrected Lord and teacher, Jesus Christ.
Listen in to the kickoff of our new "Conversations with Jesus" series as we focus in on a conversation Jesus had with Simon Peter.