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Christian talk radio with Greg Laurie

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February 07

How to Live a Successful Christian Life | Keeping Our Faith

Jesus wasn’t the only one who walked on water. Remember? For a few moments, the Apostle Peter walked on water when Jesus bid him, “come to me.” But when his faith turned to fear, his feet didn’t float! Well today on A NEW BEGINNING, Pastor Greg Laurie points out how we can keep our faith above water, and let fear sink to the bottom. It’s an encouraging message called “How to Live a Successful Christian Life.” Good inspiration for the times of trial and challenge we face.

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About A New Beginning

A New Beginning is the daily, half-hour radio program featuring pastor and evangelist Greg Laurie. Greg is senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside and Irvine, California. With some 15,000 members and multiple campuses, Harvest has become one of the largest churches in America. Greg teaches God's Word in understandable, practical and sometimes humorous ways--equipping listeners with the necessary tools to live out their faith. Since 1990 Harvest has hosted large-scale evangelistic events throughout the United States called Harvest Crusades. More than 5 million people have attended these life-changing crusades.

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Overcoming or Overcome | Faith for Our Struggles

Special effects companies are masters at building small models of railroads or high rises or mountain ranges. But in the movie theater, they seem huge—they fill the screen! Could it be that our problems only LOOK big? Today on A NEW BEGINNING, Pastor Greg Laurie helps us see our challenges through the lens of faith. And we’ll see, whether our problems are small or big or incalculable, nothing’s too hard for the Lord. Glad you’re along for our series in Joshua.

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February 18

An Unholy Unity | Sunday Message

In Genesis 11, we see the theme of rebellion over and over again. As Pastor Jonathan Laurie looks at the chapter, he reveals an important lesson: we must deny our flesh and listen to God. Notes: Genesis 11 Omnipresent: All Present. Jeremiah 23:24 Omniscient: All Knowing. Psalm 139:1–4 Omnipotent: All-Powerful. Colossians 1:16 God Is Love. 1 John 4:8 God Is Patient. 2 Peter 3:9 God Is Wise. Proverbs 2:6 Proverbs 19:21 Genesis 11:1–9 The Pride of Man. James 4:6 Genesis 3:4–5 Genesis 9:1 Obedience to God always brings sensational blessings. Divine Intervention. Genesis 11:5 God’s Discipline. Job 5:17 Philippians 2:5–11

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February 17

The Brilliance of God’s Grace | Devotional

"Once you were dead because of your disobedience and your many sins." —Ephesians 2:1

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February 16

Overcoming or Overcome | Standing with the Lord

Kids learn early on the playground that if a bully is bigger than them, it’s good to have a friend who’s bigger than the bully. A bully who has met his match is no longer a threat. As the Bible says, "He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world" (1 John 4:4 NKJV). Our adversary is no match for our Almighty God. We stand in victory when we stand with the Lord! A good lesson on that today on A NEW BEGINNING as Pastor Greg continues his series called "Joshua: Living in the Land of Promises."

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February 15

Get Your Feet Wet | The Role of a Christian Parent

We don’t take our young kids to the shoe store to learn to tie their shoes. We don’t take them to the dentist to learn to brush their teeth. We don’t take them to a nutritionist to learn to eat their vegetables. No, there are certain things parents teach their kids. It’s just part of being a parent. And today on A NEW BEGINNING, Pastor Greg Laurie points out those things that go along with being a Christian parent . . . namely to pass along our faith . . . to train them up in the way of the Lord . . . to disciple them.

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