Program 118 (7-8-16) Promised Land or Bust? How determined are we to get there? My assistant David Guilliams and I discuss the connection between the children of Israel not entering the Promised Land because of their unbelief (disobedience) and our disobedience hindering us from entering His rest.
Program 117 (7-1-16) Are you proactive or reactive? Are you satisfied with merely sitting in the “Lazyboy of life” watching the news or will you exit your place of comfort to make the news? Life is filled with choices. Sometimes the most difficult choices bear the most fruit.
Program 116 (6-25-16) My assistant David Guilliams and I discuss the topic of “Where is the voice of the Church?” As the world becomes more and more immoral, has the church become so much like the world that it’s lost its voice to bring correction to the world and to the worldly? Has it become so compromised and become so much like the world that it has simply blended into the darkness around them?
Program 115 (6-12-16) Dr. Daniel Daves joins me to interview Dan Silas of Dan Silas Ministries to discuss the mass migration crisis that is occurring worldwide and including right here in Panama. What should be the response the church? Do we see the needs of others and help or do we turn a bling eye? How will we be seen by the Lord… as those who fed, clothed and ministered to “Him” or failed to do so? (Matthew 25:31-46)
Program 114 (6-4-16) My assistant David Guilliams joins me for a discussion of our recent visit to a refugee camp on the border of Costa Rica and Panama. Most of these refugees are in route to the United States looking for a better life. We discuss the implications both physically and spiritually that this recent influx of refugees could have on the future of the United States.
Program 113 (5-29-16) What is the fruit of false prophets and false teachers who teach false doctrines or doctrines of demons? There is no fruit unless their words land on “itching ears” or that is ears that desire to hear something pleasing or pleasant. Do we hunger for the truth or does the truth make us feel uncomfortable? Jesus said “He who has an ear, (to hear the Truth), let him hear what the Spirit is saying to the churches.” If we don’t have a heart for the Truth, neither will we have and ear for the truth.