Share Your Faith
Pastor Robert shares the good news and hope we have through Christ by reminding us that there is no more condemnation and no separation for those who are in Christ Jesus.
First segment: Lynn Jackson of the Dred Scott Heritage Foundation talks about upcoming and ongoing events the organization is participating in but also changes within the foundation itself. Second segment: Bev Ehlen talks about her new organization Liberty Link Missouri and various legislative battles on the horizon in Missouri. Also a PSA for the Missouri Republican Party Caucus.
To live out our faith in today’s world, we need to cultivate greater tenacity, diligence, and boldness. In this sermon, Pastor Allen Jackson invites us into training. Instead of passively “trying” to follow God, it’s time to pursue Him like someone who is training for a race. With this approach, difficulties won’t stop us. Instead, they will lead to new skills, new strength, and new nimbleness as our faith and understanding of God grows. Pastor Allen explains the difference between a transactional faith (saying a prayer and then living life however we desire) and embracing a transformational faith—one that can bring freedom to every area of our lives as we grow in our understanding of God and our relationship with Him.
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None of us like being told what to do. In fact most people want to do things their way, believing they know best. But who decides what’s right and wrong? In this episode of The Verdict Pastor John Munro explores this question as he begins a series on the Ten Commandments. Do these laws still apply? How should we think about them?