Join Pastor Thomas Overmiller to learn a basic definition of the Trinity as taught by the Bible. Memorizing this definition will be an excellent way to strengthen your faith and to grow in your knowledge of God and your relationship with him. In this episode, you will also learn two misconceptions to avoid when explaining the doctrine of the Trinity, and you will learn how this doctrine upholds the divine origin of Scripture and the truth of the Christian faith.
Does the word trinity appear in Scripture? Did the Catholic Church invent the doctrine of the Trinity? Join Pastor Thomas Overmiller to discover the answers to these questions and more.
Join Pastor Thomas Overmiller to consider how other religions either misunderstand or misrepresent the Christian doctrine of the Trinity. This episode will reference the perspective of Jehovah Witnesses, Muslims, and some pantheistic religions, like Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christian Scientism.
Bad things happen in the world, don’t they? But you should still be grateful to God for all that he does, for all that he gives, for all that he allows into your life, and - most of all - for all that he is. God is completely and continually good. Join Pastor Thomas Overmiller to consider what James 1:16-17 teaches about the goodness of God so that you may be more grateful.
Promotional emails and full-color mailers for Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and other holiday sales are coming your way, and so are the urges to buy more things, a lot more things. But tune in to this special episode with Pastor Thomas Overmiller to consider some valuable wisdom from Proverbs that will enable you to navigate the snowstorm of materialism that is blowing your way.
How should a Christian respond to news of terror and violence? Should you be afraid? Should you change your plans for service to God? Should you worry that something terrible will happen to you soon, also? In his second letter to Timothy, Paul provides an excellent reminder of how a believer should respond to the feelings of dread and cowardly fear. Join Pastor Thomas Overmiller to consider these encouraging words from 2 Timothy 1:7.