Merry Christmas! Happy holidays! Which do you say? Why does it matter? What’s the real reason people get in such a holiday huff over things this time of year? What is the driving force behind all this Christmas consternation? In this episode, the saints tackle Christmas.
In this episode of To the Saints, we will explore the idea of choosing reality (Christ) over ignorance (the world), fighting against the unseen powers to bring others to the truth, and much more, using metaphors from The Matrix.
RC & Bridget are celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary this year, and they wanted to share some things they have learned in those 20 years. So, the saints all share from blissful (and not so blissful) marriage experiences.
So the six saints doing this podcast love Jesus and like to have fun. Have any listeners noticed this? But having fun and being a “serious” Christian don’t always seem to mix. Today the saints are going to talk about fun and the Christian life.
In episode 24, we shared what was called a “non-exhaustive” list of all that is “in Christ.” In this podcast, we reveal and highlight things that are done "by the Father." We encourage you to spend time with the Father going through this list.
In the first part of our 2-part series “Created in His Image,” we presented Jesus as the perfect image of God. This week we would like to consider what it means when we read in the scriptures, “‘Let us make man in our image, after our likeness’…"
What does it mean to be created in God's image? The saints take a deeper look into that question and its answer this week by starting with none other than Jesus Christ. Tune in as they discuss how He is the perfect Imager of God.
This week, the saints want to share about how expectations can hurt a group, what the different seasons of a church can look like (and how to push through the tougher seasons), and a few earthly and heavenly realities of the church.
Andrew, Carrie, Tyrone, Alison, R.C., and Bridget are back at it, this time sharing from testimonies and experiences working with people why some groups meeting outside the institution break apart or stop meeting altogether. It's not particularly easy to talk about, but their desire is that it will be beneficial to those meeting now and in the future by giving them an idea of what to be watchful for and to encourage them to hold fast to the Head!