Episode 902

Can a Christian Blaspheme the Holy Spirit?

Topic: The Holy Spirit
Blasphemy against the Spirit is a willful, determined opposition to the present power of the Holy Spirit. Christians cannot commit that kind of sin.
Episode 886

Bikinis and Modesty

Topic: Killing Sin
Until we supremely value Christ, our attitude toward clothing will be controlled by forces that don’t honor God.
Episode 839

Ten Principles for Personal Productivity

Topic: Work & Vocation
How can we approach our responsibilities so that we make the most of life for Christ? Pastor John provides ten principles for personal productivity.
Episode 827

I Slept with My Girlfriend — Now What?

Topic: Dating & Singleness
Unmarried couples who sleep together lose something precious. But if Christ is their treasure, his grace still reigns over their shame.
Episode 804

Has My Sexual Sin Made Me Unsavable?

Topic: Pornography, Killing Sin
Pastor John extends biblical counsel to those who struggle with sexual sin and worry that they may be beyond repentance.
Episode 789

Why Do Christians Fast?

Topic: Fasting
Fasting is a way of saying with our stomach and our whole body how much we need and want and trust Jesus.
Episode 769

What Does It Mean for a Man to Lead His Family Spiritually?

Topic: Husbands & Fathers
Husbands take their cues from Christ, who gave himself up for the church. How can Christian men serve their wives and kids while leading them?
Episode 749

Where Did Satan’s First Desire for Evil Come From?

Topic: Sin
We may not be able to explain how Satan became evil, but we do know that God did not compromise his goodness or glory in allowing Satan’s fall.
Episode 744

How Do I Know God’s Calling for My Life?

Topic: Knowing God’s Will, World Missions
Should I stay and send, or should I go to the mission field? Pastor John gives seven factors to keep in mind when weighing a calling to missions.
Episode 694

Will God Ever Give Us More Than We Can Handle?

Topic: Fear & Anxiety, Suffering
Many Christians say, “God will never give us more than we can handle.” But the truth of that statement depends on two key words.