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Whether you're new to your faith or you're a longtime follower of Jesus, you probably want to get more out of the Bible and get more out of prayer. How can you break though all the distractions and make reading the Bible and prayer more a part of your life? How do you know what to pray? Forty years ago I discovered something that significantly helped me to have a deeper, more real experiences with God. I learned how to use the Bible as my conversation with God. In this podcast I want to help ...
 
Monday Morning Pastor is a weekly podcast to encourage, equip, challenge and resource pastors and church leaders on Monday mornings. Monday is the hardest day of the week for pastors and the day pastors need the most encouragement. We want to tell and hear stories of hope and encouragement in the midst of this unique place in culture where the negative ministry stories seem to get all the airtime. Our hope is that these stories resonate with and remind pastors why we stay in the game. It is ...
 
Hi! My name is Dave and I’m a pastor. Some might think not a very good oneI’ve found my desire to connect with people who’re on the fringes takes me to places pastors don’t normally go, and gets me involved in things they don’t normally do. Things that make good church people wonder what I’m really up to sometimes. Am I good, am I bad? Probably a mixture of both. But just to be safe, let’s call me… the bad pastor.
 
Planting churches is all about participating with what God is already doing. He is at work in every neighborhood and community around us. We want to help you learn to see what God is doing and expand your imagination for how you might partner with him. Join us for conversations with church planters, pastors, and leaders on discernment, preparation, and innovation.
 
Pastor Jay Bakker (Revolution Church, This is Radio Cast) and comedian/activist Kristen Becker (Dykes of Hazard Comedy) are the hosts of the brand-new podcast Loosen the Bible Belt. Originally a touring variety show featuring music, preaching and stand-up comedy beginning in 2017, Loosen the Bible Belt focuses on bringing people together through frank, (sometimes) tough discussions, comedy, and ultimately a message of love and acceptance. Each episode features a guest to share their stories ...
 
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Jesus’s words in Matthew 10:29-31 have been some of his most important words in my life because of their powerful picture of God’s detailed care and involvement in my life. Jesus emphasizes our eternal value to the God who created everything in this universe! But the context of these verses makes these words far more than just comforting. They are …
 
Dave Ferguson is an award-winning author, founding and lead pastor of Chicago’s Community Christian Church, a missional multi-site community considered one of the most influential churches in America. Dave is also the visionary for the international church-planting movement NewThing, president of the Exponential Conference, and will be joining us a…
 
We all worry. We all deal with anxiety. Most of the time it’s the back-burner feeling that’s like a slow leak in our joy. In Matthew 6 Jesus directly challenges that kind of anxiety and worry. Think about it this way -- the creator of the universe -- YOUR creator -- became human and is telling YOU why you don’t have to live a life pushed around by …
 
Being a Christian is not easy. In our current culture we see disturbing trends, difficult events, and growing resentment against Christians. We are also bombarded with causes, movements, and social philosophies that demand immediate reaction and complete support. We are pushed to seek our own happiness at all cost, yet are forced to step carefully …
 
The risen Jesus told his disciples that ultimately what is written in the Psalms points to him (see Luke 24:25-27, 44 below). We especially see this in Psalm 24, written by King David a thousand years before Jesus was born. I love these messianic psalms of David (psalms that specifically describe to us something about the Messiah) because they show…
 
Dr. Derwin L. Gray is the founding and lead pastor of Transformation Church, a multiethnic, multigenerational, mission-shaped community located in Indian Land, South Carolina. Derwin met his wife, Vicki, at Brigham Young University where he played for the BYU Cougars football team. They have been married since 1992 and have two children. After grad…
 
Jesus quoted the first line of Psalm 22 on the cross. It was a prayer of anguish as he took upon himself the wrath of the Father for the sins of his people. But it was also Jesus’s way of pointing his disciples to the rest of Psalm 22. And it’s amazing! Let’s discuss why it’s amazing together in this episode. Mark 15:24–34 ESV 24 And they crucified…
 
At the beginning of each new year, I like to take a Sunday to look at the big picture of Scripture. We always need a proper perspective when entering a New Year. God's truth from Genesis to Revelation gives us that proper perspective. This sermon is called "The Big Picture" and looks at the entire message of the Bible.…
 
Jesus saw the Psalms as written by their human author, but also by the Holy Spirit (see Matt 22:41-46 below). Although King David lived over a thousand years before Christ, he is one of the Bible’s primary foreshadowing figures of Jesus as Christ. That’s why the Messiah was often referred to as “the son of David” (Matt 1:1, 9:27, 22:42). So sometim…
 
Keri Ladouceur is the pastor of Community Christian Church in Naperville, IL, as well as the founder of New Ground Network. She has been coaching pastors, church leaders and non-profit leaders for over a decade and is the author of “Together as a Team: A Values-Based Approach to going Further, Faster – Together”. Keri and her husband Marc have two …
 
This is a rare Psalm where David no longer feels any threats to his life. God has completely delivered him from all his enemies, including his most dangerous enemy in King Saul. The poetic images David uses in this Psalm are so illustrative in ascribing to God what ALL of us will joyfully want to say the moment of our resurrection, when we ourselve…
 
We know this has been one of the hardest years we have faced. All of us are feeling it. In this show Doug and J.R. talk about a few practical ways they will intentionally enter into 2021. We had a fantastic season and will be taking a break during the month of January. We have some great interviews already lined up for season 6 and it looks like we…
 
For the last sermon of 2020, we will be stepping out of our sermon series on Matthew for a sermon I'm calling "Look Both Ways." As we close out 2020 and look forward to 2021, it is appropriate to look back and look forward. We look back to see God's faithfulness and look forward in faith as we seek to follow where he leads. This has been a very dif…
 
Usually when we get past the wall of not wanting to pray, and just start praying aloud to God, it feels good to our soul. And we realize it wasn’t that hard after all. When we can take the “horizontal” concerns in our life that weigh us down and make them “vertical” by bringing them to God, we start to see them in light of God’s presence and love a…
 
Jim Herrington has been a pastor for 45 years, as well as serving as a denominational executive and pastor to pastors since 1989 where he first began coaching leaders. He has worked with hundreds of congregations from a variety of traditions around the challenges of personal and congregational transformation. Jim is the co-founder of Faithwalking, …
 
What narrative for your life are you living into most of the time? That’s the big question from Psalm 14. There’s the narrative of “the fool” who lives most of the time as if “there is no God.” Then there’s the narrative of those “who understand” and “seek after God.” All of us are somewhere in the middle of those two. But one big purpose of this p…
 
To be cared for and challenged at the same time is a unique gift. This episode strikes the balance of being prophetic and pastoral. Doug and J.R. have a 30,000 foot conversation with Brian Sanders, the architect of Tampa Underground, about the future of The Church, forest fires, and grace. Pastors, we know that these 50 minutes will bring many emot…
 
We often think about Jesus being the greatest gift of Christmas. Christmas also reminds us that Jesus is our joy, peace, hope, and love. I wonder, though, if we ever think about the mission of Christmas? Jesus came because he was on a mission to save us from our sins and restore us to a right relationship with God. When we celebrate Christ's birth …
 
Our life won’t make any sense to us in any given moment if we don’t keep Jesus’s return as the focus of our life’s story. Revelation 21:1-7 is one of the best places in the entire Bible to do that. Especially when reading it in meditation and prayer. And for that reason it’s always been one of my favorite places to turn to re-focus my mind and hear…
 
Trisha Taylor is a counselor, author, consultant and speaker based in Houston, TX. As a counselor she works with individuals, couples and families and seeks to provide a safe space where people who are hurting or confused can find God’s grace and wisdom. Trisha also co-authored the book “The Leader’s Journey: Accepting the Call to Personal and Cong…
 
This is one of those Psalms of David where he starts off accusing God of ignoring him and forgetting about him. It says something about God that he would want to inspire David to write such an honest Psalm and put it in His Word as part of Scripture. God wants our honest prayers. And then David does what he always does; he focuses his mind and hear…
 
Pastors and Leaders, I (Doug) am really excited for this interview to go live. Dr. MaryKate Morse is one of my favorite people. She loves Jesus and has poured her life into equipping leaders of all shapes and sizes. The conversation moves towards making the case for mentorship and health in ministry. You will want to listen to this a few times as s…
 
I remember sending out invitations for our wedding. At the end of the invitation were four letters - "RSVP". These four letters represent a French Phrase that I will not attempt to spell out here, but basically it means please send a response. We needed to know how many people were coming to our wedding so we needed people to send their response to…
 
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