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Love and the Commandments


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Current Series: Walking in Truth and Love

The Gospel and The Poor

May 22, 2017|

Dr. John Neufeld discusses the role of the Gospel to the poor and impoverished on this week's Truth + Life Today episode.

Episode 071: A Conversation on Dating, Confrontation, and Christian Satire

May 22, 2017|

Who pays on the first date? Is there a way we can criticize in a healthy way? And is Christian satire helping Millennials grow in the fear of God? These are some of the questions we dive into on this week's groupcast.

The Numbers

May 18, 2017|

How many genuine Christians are there really? Perhaps we are obsessed with the question. After all, we in the west live in a world where election polls, opinion polls, shoppers’ preferences and personal attitudes are constantly being measured and quantified.

How Are You Suffering?

May 17, 2017|

Is your suffering any different than your atheist neighbour’s? Your New Age barista? Or your agnostic sister? There is a specific type of suffering that has to do with our faith in Christ, and I fear many of us don't experience it.

The Persecuted Church

May 15, 2017|

On this week's Truth + Life Today episode Dr. John discusses the persecuted church and what persecution might look like in the western church.

Eight Simple Rules For Dating My Teenage Son

May 23, 2017|

Listen to today’s Laugh Again called “Eight Simple Rules For Dating My Teenage Son.” Enjoy!

Knowing the Difference Between Perceived and Genuine Hurt

May 10, 2017|

I want to draw a distinction between a genuine offense and a perceived offense. The difference between the two is the difference between a genuine and a perceived injury.

Happy 700th

May 23, 2017|

There isn’t a single day that goes by when I don’t marvel at what God is up to and how He is using the people who put together this radio ministry.

Differences between Forgiveness and Reconciliation

May 2, 2017|

There is a difference between forgiveness and reconciliation. Forgiveness is always demanded of any believer. Reconciliation is always possible for any believer. Please notice the difference between the demand, and the possibility.