Aligning Our View of Marriage with God's

As we study the Sermon on the Mount, we're learning how to be human by thinking God's thoughts and taking on His ways. This includes His thoughts on marriage and covenantal commitment. In this episode, Whit and Casey discuss interpreting difficult passages, covenantal commitment, and how marriage should look in the Kingdom of Jesus. Check…

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What Did Jesus Say About Anger and Lust?

Jesus pulls no punches in His Sermon on the Mount. He directly addresses the ways we tend to drift from His way of life. In this episode, Whit, Blake, and Casey explore Matthew 5:17-30, what it means for Jesus to fulfill the law, and the pitfalls of anger and lust. Check it Out: We often…

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The Beatitudes: Aligning Your Motives & Actions

In this episode, Casey and Whit talk about the last four beatitudes which urge us to be merciful, pure of heart, a peacemaker, and to expect opposition. What does it look like to live this out in 2024? Check it Out: One of the most important things about Christianity is that it’s more than an…

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Beatitudes: An Invitation to Live Different in 2024

In the first four beatitudes, Jesus invites you to be poor in spirit, to mourn, to be meek, and to hunger and thirst for righteousness, which may leave you thinking, wait, what? But we can explain. In this episode, Whit and Casey explore meme culture, Old Testament references, and the qualities of a Kingdom seeker.…

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How to Thrive: Lessons From the Sermon on the Mount

Every community has a set of rules and values to live by: this is what it means to be us. That’s what Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount is. In this episode, Whit and Casey explore how the Sermon on the Mount should be understood and applied and what it means to truly thrive. Check it…

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Boomers to Gen Z: How to Bridge the Generational Divide

In a world where the pace of technological advancement is ever-increasing, we find ourselves navigating a divide between generations like never before. So, how do we relate to the people who came before us and the people coming after us? In this episode, Whit and Casey talk about passing the baton to future generations, leaving…

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Missio Dei: Partnering with God's Grand Mission

Have you ever read a Bible story and thought, "okay, but why?" Some people avoid the "why" questions: Why did God create mankind? What's God's end game here? But they're necessary to get to the deeper truth. In this episode, Whit and Lyndsey talk about the concept of Missio Dei, what God is up to…

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Finding Peace in the Fixed Future of Revelation

How often do you think about the future? For many, thoughts of the future bring uncertainty and anxiety. But Revelation gives us a picture of the future, and (spoiler alert) God’s ultimate plan is fulfilled. This view of the future changes the way we live in the present. In this episode, Whit and Casey talk…

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Revelation: The Antichrist and the Mark of the Beast

For many, the Antichrist is a figure that resides in the world of horror movies and fiction. But when we delve deeper into Revelation and look at history, we find that the idea of a charismatic and corrupt leader is not confined to the realms of fantasy. So, who is this Antichrist, and what’s his…

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Revelation: Suffering, Judgment, and the Call to Endure

Revelation 6-8 takes us into the heart of a profound and often challenging aspect of the Bible. These chapters introduce us to the seven seals that contain divine judgment, and in doing so, they raise fundamental questions about God. In this episode, Whit and Casey explore how we endure in the face of suffering, God’s…

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