Monthly Archives: August 2020

[RadCast] What Do You Know? :::

There comes a time in our faith where we let Jesus take us by the hand and just… go. We know He’s with us, we know any concern or worry is out of place, and we know the true joy … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Fixing our eyes on Jesus:::

Who or what do we look at in times of discouragement? Only Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of our faith. Anything else is a counterfeit god that will always leave us empty. Hebrews 12:1-3

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[RadCast] Giving Up on Jesus :::

We’ve confused convenience and truth. The truth of Jesus is not based on our comfort, our perception, on what’s popular, or what’s easy — following Jesus should be challenging for us. Jesus asks, “you’re not going to leave me too, … Continue reading

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[RadCast] On Loving Our Enemies:::

We’ve been conditioned to take sides. There is no exclusivity in loving one another — all of us are called (commanded) to love even our enemies, both in word and action. Tertullian said “It is unique to Christians to love … Continue reading

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[RadCast] Status & Ambition

Social media makes us weirdly hungry for status (we update our status, right??) Let’s use our Monday ambition to take the role of a servant, because Jesus says so. Mark 9:33-35.

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[RadCast] Life building w/ Jesus :::

Why do we cut corners in building our lives? It’s easier.Who’s doing the building — is it me or the Lord? It’s both.(Matthew 7:24-27 & Psalm 127:1)

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[RadCast] Go to Church & Be the Church :::

There are so many things to stop us from gathering as followers of Jesus. The big barriers — sin, guilt, hopelessness — have been broken down by Jesus. All that’s left is our own decision (Hebrews 10:19-25).

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CoronaLanguage, Spiritual Formation, and Bland Optimism

An article I read about CoronaVirus fatigue has a great line in it, which I shall quote: “It’s difficult when you think you have a light at the other end of the tunnel to look forward to, and then all … Continue reading

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[RadCast] On Political Disagreement:::

Is it possible to disagree and still be united as a church? I think so. I hope so (Romans 14:1-4). http://www.radamdavidson.com

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[RadCast] Healing, Expectation, Promise :::

I’ve been stirring on this all weekend. Curious to hear your thoughts (Matthew 8:14-17). Share if you want.

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