Category: Teaching

Pastor Mike Abendroth: the Faithfulness, Majesty, and Sovereignty of God

Today, we highlight God’s faithfulness and discuss the importance of cultivating an eternal perspective and the testing of our faith that draws us closer to God. Pastor Mike almost died of respiratory failure and spent 16 days in the hospital recently. As God would will it, he’s back in the pulpit and here for another podcast.

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More Than 1,000 Baltimore School Officials Make $100,000 A Year As Students Continue To Fail

The Washington Examiner reported that 1,307 school employees are paid more than $100,000 a year, with the highest-paid teacher earning $156,601. Of the more than one thousand officials earning six-figures, 316 are teachers. This is double the number of teachers making more than $100,000 in 2018. The median teacher salary in Baltimore last year was $73,592, while the average income in the city was just $29,843.

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Jude: Contend for the Faith, Expose False Teachers

The book of Jude is yet another warning for today’s Christian church. We must know the truth and learn from biblical hjistory! Deceivers and false teachers have infiltrated the ranks and are leading many astray.

Early church leaders were concerned about false teachings and rightly so. There’s nothing new under the sun as today, many have accepted unbiblical ideas or teachings because on the surface they might sound good. Few understand the underlying and ongoing war against the Truth.

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Messianic Prophecies and the Master Plan of God

The Bible tells us that long before the world began, God orchestrated a masterful plan to reconcile sinners to a holy, loving God. Through history, He provided a road map as He foretold various signs and specific conditions by which the Messiah would arrive to save mankind. His prophets spoke of things to watch for so the Messiah would be recognized and believed. 

Before the world began, He knew that Jesus would come to earth and give Himself as a holy and final offering for sin; once and for all. A baby born of a virgin in a manger would become the Lamb of God. To those who trust in Him and obey His commandments, God has promised a fulfillment to our hope in Christ: He is returning soon, and we will be in His presence for eternity.

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Pastor Mike Abendroth: Bring All Things Back to the Word of Truth

Today’s discussion is centered around the importance of context when reading and applying Scripture. Context is a safeguard for us, and will prevent us from reading our preferences into the text or ‘Americanizing’ hand-picked Bible verses.

It all comes back to God’s Word. This is our foundation built on the solid rock of Jesus Christ, the Cornerstone. No matter how much the world and culture change; Jesus Christ is the same and God never changes! We must guard against the lies of the enemy and stop allowing cultural trends and false teachings to influence the church.

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Pastor Andy Woods: What is ‘Kingdom Now’ Theology

Since it’s important to address subtle deceptions in the church (and some not so subtle), we’re going a bit deeper today to tackle a teaching that affects what Christians believe about the kingdom of God. But many do not realize it. A few questions we’ll answer are: If the kingdom of Jesus Christ is coming soon, what do we do with our time here on earth in terms of working for the Lord’s purposes? And what exactly is ‘Kingdom Now’ theology?

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Don Veinot: Compromise & Apostasy Vs. Discernment & Discipleship

We discuss compromise in the church, discernment, history of apostasy, post-modernism, progressivism, the new Barna survey of pastors lacking a biblical worldview, church growth philosophies, and other anti-biblical ideas leading to the weakness in todays Christian church.

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