For the final podcast episode of the year, we compiled moments from the highest-rated episodes of 2020. Listen to today's episode to hear a series of short snippets or link to the full episodes
In today's episode, Pete shares a sermon from the prophet Jeremiah that will help us step over fear in the strength and power of God.
We are in the season of Advent - a time of hopeful expectation!
Yet we remain several months away from the end of the global pandemic. Across the board, many churches are closing down and others are hanging on with all of their strength.
In today's podcast, Pete shares some insights from the prophet Isaiah to help us see what God is doing when our plans change drastically.
Pete believes this episode will help you enter more deeply into the Advent season AND prepare well for the coming year.
In today's podcast, Pete shares with you this conversation and prays it spurs you on in your own prayer journey.
In today's podcast, Pete makes the case for why the practice of thankfulness is the antidote to a pervasive ingratitude that causes our hearts to shrink.
Near the end, Pete invites you to consider 6 categories of life in which you have the opportunity to give thanks to God.
In today's podcast, Pete shares a message from years ago that is especially important for leaders today. It's about embracing the work of the cross so we can experience resurrection life.
In today's podcast, Pete addresses how we can live, lead, and meet God in the confusing-in-between.
In today's podcast, Pete shares a sermon in which he explores Jesus' parable of the wheat and tares. In this passage, Jesus reveals an astounding picture of how God intends to deal with the good and the evil - especially in the church.
In today's podcast, we learn an important lesson from Martin Buber, a well-known German-Jewish theologian who lived during WWI. From there, we'll explore 3 questions for how we can know whether or not we are actually loving our enemies.
In today's podcast, Pete concludes a three-part series on how Scripture invites us to live and lead in such deeply polarizing times. Throughout this series, we are exploring a total of six radical invitations.
In last week's podcast, Pete explored how our overly-politicized climate is not different from when Jesus walked the earth. Today, he continues the conversation by offering the next two radical invitations from Scripture that will help leaders navigate this moment with health, wisdom, and maturity.
In the first episode of this three-part series, Pete explores how our overly-politicized climate is not different from when Jesus walked the earth. He offers six radical invitations from Scripture that will help leaders navigate this moment with health, wisdom, and maturity.
Following up on last week's podcast called "Relax. It's going to be ok.", I continue the theme by entering into God's invitation for us found in Psalm 23.
But how do we rest in a time like this? Listen along to find out.
Have you noticed that everyone is a little on edge? (This may be the understatement of the year!)
In today's podcast, Pete shares with you a message from the book of Revelation that has grounded him for years - especially in times of uncertainty.
In today's podcast, Pete dives into the story of Moses and explore the excuses that could have kept him from responding to God's call on His life.
In this podcast Pete and Geri address topics such as revival, anxiety, and the need for well-differentiated, non-anxious leadership.
In today's podcast, I explore a revelation that came to the prophet Isaiah in a time of great change. In this vision, he saw God on a throne and that a great future was going to spring out of an unlikely place.
In today's podcast, I share with you a sermon based on Isaiah 43 exploring God's divine purpose in a season of disorientation and how we can step into the plan of God.
In today's podcast, Pete addresses this concern head-on. Drawing from historical and global case studies, Pete helps us reframe how the church can thrive even when we can't gather.
In today's podcast, I offer a few ways for us to reframe "success" that will serve us well as we continue our journey through the unknown.
Back in June, I released the first part of today's topic, making a case that leaders must dramatically change the way we approach our devotional life with Jesus.
In today's podcast, I recommend a new way forward. I'll share with you four keys that will breathe life back into your devotions.
Building on last week's podcast theme, today's episode features a deeper exploration of the church as described in Ephesians 3:1-13. We must be gripped by God's design for the church to be one body that spans race, culture, gender, and class.