Why do people who know and follow God still suffer excruciating things? This piercing question haunted Job after he had suffered the devastating loss of his resources, family, and health. Join Pastor Thomas Overmiller to discover the great lesson you can learn about God through your suffering.
Charismatic teaching often encourages or requires every believer to seek an opportunity to speak in tongues. Such teaching claims that this experience is the necessary evidence of being filled with the Spirit, or of having the indwelling, baptizing ministry of the Spirit. So, is it true that every believer speak in tongues? Join Pastor Thomas Overmiller to see how the Bible answers this question.
Some charismatic teaching indicates that a person must undergo a separate experience of receiving (or being baptized with) the Holy Spirit sometime after conversion. To arrive at this perspective, they lean heavily and sincerely upon instances in Acts when this either did happen (Acts 2:4ff, Acts 8:14-17, Acts 19:1-7) or merely appeared to happen (Acts 11:15-17). Do these occurrences teach that all believers must undergo the same experience or do they teach something else?
The Old Testament book of Jonah, though written in a distant time and place, offers an important message for believers living in America today, a nation filled with resentment and hostility. Are you willing to join Pastor Thomas Overmiller for this episode to discover whether or not you share God's compassion for the world around you?
Do you understand the magnitude of God's power? Do you and the believers you love live in a calm and confident way because you are resting in the God with matchless power? Join Pastor Thomas Overmiller to discover how Paul describes the power of God and how you can pray for other believers to understand God's power better.