In this episode, Jeff discusses various Christmas-related numbers and facts, such as the age of fruitcakes, the tallest Christmas tree, and the number of fires caused by Christmas trees. However, he emphasizes that amidst all these numbers, the most important one is “one.” He highlights the significance of the one baby in one manger in Bethlehem, emphasizing that Christmas is about celebrating the one person who changed the course of human history. The message encourages viewers to focus on the true meaning of Christmas and not get lost in the multitude of holiday statistics.
In this episode, We discuss the concept of being a “living sacrifice” as mentioned in Romans 12:1. The emphasis is on being a living sacrifice means living for God while being dead to self, and it’s a choice to remain committed to this sacrificial life, even when it’s challenging. The message encourages listeners to make the decision to stay on the altar of sacrifice and live a life fully committed to God, noting that in giving all, one receives much more in return.
In this episode, we explore the spiritual gift of mercy, emphasizing its importance in showing compassion, kindness, and encouragement to others. The discussion revolves around the idea that all Christians should exhibit mercy, but some are specifically gifted with an extraordinary ability to show mercy in a special way. Jeff encourages those with the gift of mercy to embrace and use it, highlighting its essential role in softening the difficulties of life and strengthening the body of Christ.
In this edition, our special guests are Mike & Jo Stroup
In this episode, we discuss the wonder and awe inspired by God’s creation and emphasizes that God’s presence with us is even more wondrous than His creation. The episode points to the idea that God cares for us and desires to be with us, offering hope and comfort in difficult times. The message encourages listeners to recognize the gift of God’s presence, especially when the world may seem chaotic.