A podcast dedicated to sharing helpful Scripture and a framework for thinking about how to love God and our neighbors well as we deal with this global pandemic.
Day 14: Philippians 4:8 - Balancing Our News Intake
It’s easy to get sucked into the daily onslaught of news. When we’re absorbing every breaking news item, it can drive us to feel either very fearful, or very cynical. We must be able to put the endless news away and do the good work of Philippians...
Day 13: Romans 13 - How Should Christians Respond to the Government?
The question of how Christians ought to respond to governing authorities has been on the minds of many of us as we’ve gone from mandated shut-downs to the latest information on when and how we can open back up. Romans, particularly Romans 13, can tell...
Day 12: 1 Corinthians 13 - Loving Others Well as We Open Back Up
As the country begins opening up, one the hardest part of dealing with the Coronavirus might be ahead of us. We are all going to have different opinions on what is right and wrong. When so much feels at stake, emotions and anxieties are going to be...
Day 11: Romans 8 - Is the Coronavirus a Judgment from God?
Is COVID-19 God’s judgment on us as a nation? Is it his judgment on the world? On believers? Is it the result of sin? Why and how is God’s judgment revealed? In this episode, Dan tackles these frequently asked questions using Romans 8 as a guide....
Day 10: 1 Corinthians 15 – Jesus’ Victory Over Sin, Death and Viruses
1 Corinthians 15 is an essential passage of Scripture, one where Paul presents an apologetic for the Christian faith. The whole thesis might be summed up as, if Jesus rose from the dead, then everything changes – all of the Christian faith hinges on...
Day 9: Psalm 91 - God Our Protector
The Psalms are often the place we go in times of suffering and heartache. As someone once said, ‘The rest of the Bible is God talking to us, but the psalms are us speaking to God.’ If you’ve ever struggled feeling like you could go to God with how you...
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