OMC 공개
[search 0]

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Paul finally sets sail for Rome, but everything that can go wrong, does go wrong. The ship ends up being blown off course by a storm, and utter panic sets in among the passengers. But even as the storm rages all around, Paul is able to experience a supernatural peace because he remains deeply anchored in the providence of God. He remembers his iden…
 
Paul continues to be held as a prisoner and brought under trial. But instead of giving way to bitterness or discouragement, he continues to share the Gospel with others. And through this final trial before heading to Rome, we see some important components of faithful evangelism. Faithful evangelism is marked by personal integrity, life transformati…
 
As Paul finds himself standing trial in Jerusalem, he is able to stand firm because he holds on to the reality of resurrection. This reality helps him to stand firm because it is grounded in historical actuality, because it grants Christ's presence, and because it secures standing before the Ultimate Judge. Likewise, we too can stand firm in the fa…
 
Paul is making his way back to Jerusalem despite knowing the persecution and suffering that awaits him. He knows he is called to the Gentiles, but he still has great love and concern for his Jewish brothers. We see a deep conviction of not only his sense for his mission, but also great passion and love. And the foundation of his mission and passion…
 
In our cultural moment, there is a deep suspicion of all kinds of institutions and authorities - whether the government, corporations, the media, and even the church. But God in His goodness and wisdom has designated elders to exercise leadership in the church. Elders in the church are shepherds of the flock, who are to have the character qualities…
 
As Paul continues to carry out ministry in Ephesus, he gets to see true revival break out. In our passage, we see that true revival is a supernatural act of God’s sovereign grace which exalts the name of Jesus and challenges the strongholds of culture that brings real life change, but also stirs up spiritual backlash. As we are coming out of this s…
 
Following Athens, Paul does ministry in two other strategic cities, Corinth and Ephesus, for the sake of gospel expansion as his second missionary journey ends and he transitions to his third. WIthin the fast paced narrative of Paul's missionary journeys, the author Luke makes sure to show that the gospel mission is not just conversion, but rather …
 
After making his way through Macedonia, Paul eventually arrives in Athens. While in Athens, Paul is deeply moved by the city because it is filled with idolatry. He ends up confronting the rampant idolatry by pointing people to the God who is greater. As we find ourselves tempted to find our ultimate meaning, hope, or identity in various idols, we t…
 
As Paul continues his second missionary journey, he wants to break new ground in Asia Minor, which made sense both geographically and strategically. But he is constantly blocked by the Holy Spirit and he ends up being redirected to a completely different region - Macedonia. And like Paul, we too can face unplanned obstacles in life that derail our …
 
In the narrative, we see several big decisions made all for the sake of the Gospel. Jewish leaders decide to put aside their own people's self interests for the sake of the Gospel and the Gentiles are asked to observe ritual observances for the sake of Gospel fellowship. Paul and Barnabas part ways each for the their own purpose for the sake of the…
 
Paul and Barnabas embark on their first missionary journey, traveling through Cyprus, Pamphylia, and Galatia. As they carry the Gospel overseas to different peoples and places, we can glean some important strategies for contextualizing the Gospel. To communicate the Gospel in ways that make sense to others, we need to recognize relevant pain points…
 
The church in Antioch serves as a great missional hub that sends out Paul and Barnabas to carry out the Gospel on their first missionary journey. Through Antioch, we see some of the foundational pieces of being a sending church. A sending church is founded on God's Word. A sending church is fueled by God's glory. And a sending church commissions Go…
 
Our culture and society (even many Christians) seek to find meaning, purpose, and identity in our success and achievements. Therefore, both successes and failures are tremendous threats to our lives without the guiding truth of the gospel. We will explore these dangers of success, failure, and shame in the story of Abraham's family line, particular…
 
In our cultural moment, we are in a place where the self has been psychologized, our psychology has been sexualized, and our sexuality has been politicized. As such, our sexuality is a self-created identity that must not just be tolerated but celebrated. But in this confusing cultural moment, the Gospel brings clarity by upholding God's good design…
 
As the world cries out for justice in an unjust world, the Gospel speaks to justice. The Gospel shows us that God's character serves as the foundation for true justice, that sin produces injustice at both individual and structural levels, that justice is secured through Jesus' work of justification on the cross, and that justice will be complete wi…
 
Because God is the one who created diversity, we can embrace our unique cultural identities and even view it as an asset and not a liability while we understand that our primary identity is in Christ. We can embrace who we are as we embrace whose we are. We must also let the gospel speak into ethnic/cultural identities because the gospel critiques …
 
Sometimes Christians can be so spiritually-focused that they ignore or disregard the importance of stewarding the material world. But we see that the Gospel provides some compelling reasons for why Christians should care about creation. We see that the environment is God's good creation. We see that humans are called to be good stewards of creation…
 
Cornelius, a Roman centurion, and his household end up converting Christ as the Gospel continues to spread to all nations. But before Cornelius experiences his conversion, the Apostle Peter must experience a conversion of sorts. While Peter understood the global scope of the Gospel, he was still very much embedded in his Jewish way of thinking that…
 
As Saul travels to Damascus to continue his persecution of Christians, he has an encounter with the risen Christ that changes him forever. Through his conversion experience, we see the miracle of conversion. There is no such thing as a boring testimony! Conversion is a supernatural gift of God's sovereign grace. Conversion brings supernatural unity…
 
In this episode we're reviewing the latest chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier which has just wrapped up its six episode run on Disney +. Unfortunately we had some serious technical difficulties on this one which might make it a tough listen, we can only appogise but as our new Cap says we believe we can do b…
 
What does a conversion optimization professional need to know? Talia Wolf, Founder and Chief Optimizer at GetUplift discusses thank you pages, AB testing, persona mapping, and how to understand what makes our customers take the next step in the buying journey. Talia Wolf, Founder and Chief Optimizer at GetUplift The OMCP Podcast is where top author…
 
Loading …

빠른 참조 가이드

Google login Twitter login Classic login