Texts: 1 John 1 Speaker: Ben Lattin Direct Download (Right-click link and save file)
In a special devotional, Ben reflects on 1 John 1. If Christ’s blood cleanses us while we walk in the light, how are we to live in the light? This short talk points to God as our only source for truth and hope for holiness.
Texts: Topical Speaker: Conroy Loewen Direct Download (Right-click link and save file)
What are you doing with your life? It’s easy for our underlying purposes to get lost in the shuffle of work, family, and endless to-do lists. Conroy calls us to make sure we’re building something that will last. He suggests three things eternal things we must invest in: Our relationship with the unchangeable God; the treasure of God’s Word; and the souls of those around us – as well as our own.
Text: 1 Corinthians 6:9-20 Speaker: Dru Lattin Direct Download (Right-click link and save file)
Delving deeper into the twisted world of Ancient Corinth, Dru looks at another issue facing this early church: sexual immorality. Rather than merely tell the church what not to do with their bodies, Paul calls them – and us – to use our bodies for something far greater than mere self-gratification. Our bodies are no longer ours: We were bought at a price.
Texts: Topical Speaker: Conroy Loewen Direct Download(Click link to go to file and download)
What would your life look like if you truly yielded everything to God? Conroy considers several “intersections” at which we need to yield: reputation, children, money, ministry, and time. We will each yield to someone, but the question is, who will be our master?
Texts: John 4:21-24; Isaiah 40 Speaker: Conroy Loewen Direct Download (Click link to go to file and download)
God revealed himself to Isaiah as a majestic ruler, beyond our ability to fully comprehend. “The nations are as a drop in a bucket” to our God. How do we learn to worship him? Conroy reflects on how we know God and how that leads us to worship him in spirit and in truth.
Texts: Topical Speaker: Conroy Loewen Direct Download (Click link to go to file and download)
Traditions fade and cultures change, but convictions rooted in the Word of God should remain. Conroy invites us to grow in faith and in application of the convictions we have received with the commitment that there will be “no turning back.”