"Be on guard for yourselves and for all the flock, among which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers... savage wolves will come in among you, not sparing the flock; and from among your own selves men will arise, speaking perverse things, to draw away the disciples after them. Therefore be on alert" (Acts 20:28a, 29b-31a).
Join Andrew and James as they discuss popular teaching, compare it to Scripture, and talk about the ideas that may or may not be contrary to Scripture. Submit your questions or public teachers you would like evaluated according to the Bible. It's time to guard God's flock against the false teaching of our day... and to do so graciously, with gentleness and respect.
Flirtation vs. Regeneration
There is the prominent thought that God tries to woo people to Himself because He can’t bear the thought of heaven without them and wants to honor their free will. We are here to tell you that salvation is by regeneration, not flirtation.
Everyone Worships the Same God
Does everyone worship the same God? Do all roads lead to heaven?
To conclude out our podcast mini-series on Easter in 2021, join The Church at Sunsites for their Resurrection Sunday Sermon, preached by Andrew Cannon.
Today, Andrew and Matt talk about the crucifixion. Why is it good that people killed Jesus? Why did Jesus quote Psalm 22, which was by David and about David? How could people kill God, anyway?
On Maundy (or Commandment) Thursday, Jesus gave His disciples a new command–to love one another like He had loved them. The Gospel is not the gospel of racialization, restitution, or entitlement like we are now popularly hearing. It is a Gospel of self-sacrifice, service, and unconditional forgiveness. Self-sacrifice is the fruit by which people can […]
On Wednesday, Jesus talked with the Father about all the work He had accomplished and would continue to do. He does not desire His people be removed from the world but, instead, to see His kingdom expand on the earth until its full consummation.