Jesus in HD 85: The One and Only Sin That Can Never be Forgiven

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[display_podcast] Call it what you will… The Unpardonable Sin. The Unforgivable Sin. No matter what the name, the consequences are unimaginable. In this PODCAST (which I believe for you will find to be enormously encouraging and reassuring), you will learn exactly what this sin is, what this sin isn’t, whether or not it is possible today to commit this sin, and if so, whether or not you have or ever will commit it. In terms of its eternal ramifications, no conversation is more vitally impor … [Read more...]

Reflections of Grace 51: Living from the Heart – Combating Anxiety

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[display_podcast] What one usually fears, at the root level, is a kind of death. We fear a death of a part of ourselves, the death of a job, the death of a move, death of an income, death of ourselves....and the list goes on. When we think of certain big transitional periods in our lives, we often experience a lot of change. Change invokes the death of something in our minds... the ending of something.A change usually requires some letting go of old thoughts, behaviors, people, … [Read more...]

Blending Your StepFamily: The Stages of Blending

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[display_podcast] Blending your stepfamily can feel like you are literally in a blender:  being blended, chopped and pureed.  However, the goal is feeling a sense of unity, harmony and familial cooperation (I mean, let’s face it, no family – even non-blended families are perfectly peaceful). Blending is a mixing and mingling of the family, so as to produce the desired result of unity or of feeling of “oneness”. That doesn’t mean that you’ll agree on everything, but it is a feeling of harmony and … [Read more...]

E3 Expedition Podcast 9: God Giving Hearts’ Desires in India and Flights to Ethiopia

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[display_podcast] Many times, local pastors accompany teams overseas on their missions trips, but the truth is that often these pastors don’t have much experience ministering in other countries in foreign cultures. It’s particularly in these experiences where we see these “advisory pastors” discover God’s hand in their lives like never before and in unexpected ways. One such trip took pace in Silchar Assam, India with Pastor Norlyn Kent:This was absolutely the most exciting time in my life. … [Read more...]

Real Stuff My Dad Says 58: Why Shouldn’t We Do It?

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[display_podcast] As a special treat this week, we’re offering some “Real Stuff My Boss Says” with e2 media network executive producer and host of The Big Picture Podcast, Joel Fieri. As we look back on how this whole podcast network thing began, instead of wondering “Could we do this, or could we do that?”, Joel continually asked the question “Why Shouldn’t we do this or that?” This subtle change of approach led to opportunities that neither of us would have imagined over the ensuing couple of … [Read more...]

Confessions Of A Closet Christian: Why Do We Think That the Gospel is Obvious?

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[display_podcast] Growing up I had what I’ll call an “of course” attitude.  “Of course” I got straight A’s.  “Of course” I was captain of the girls’ varsity soccer team.  “Of course” I was president of the senior class. I sound like a tightly wound goodie goodie.  I was.  But I worked hard for those things, so “of course” there would be a reward.  “Of course” I would be compensated. Sometimes when I think about the fact that I’m a Christian, I think “of course I am,” which is why I get confuse … [Read more...]


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