Can you lose your salvation?
Ben Shoun and Brett Moore
For Christians, the prospect of falling out of God's grace and losing salvation is a frightening thought - but is it possible? Can a person who has been genuinely saved ever lose their salvation? Or was a person who "falls away" from faith never saved to begin with? Pastors Ben Shoun and Brett Moore provide some insight.
In a culture where we are saturated with common Christian words and phrases, we often don't know what the real definitions are. What do words like "Gospel and "Grace" really mean when we get to the heart of them? This week on the podcast we are dissecting these two specific words.
We all think about God, even people who reject Him. But in what ways do our perceptions of God influence our behavior? In this episode, we respond to a listener submitted question about how our knowledge of God impacts our lives.
God commanded that his named be honored, yet there remains a lot of confusion about what is actually honoring and dishonoring to God. Listen in as we discuss what Scripture has to say about taking the Lord's name in vain.
A reader wrote in and asked, "How necessary it is for Christians to confess sin?" Should you confess every day, every hour, or just on a sin-by-sin basis? What happens if a Christian doesn't confess a sin? In this episode, we examine the purposes of confession and the role confession plays in the protestant view of faith.
This week, we talk about an ongoing discussion that has continued through centuries. Hear from our Pastors as they weigh in on the topic of Calvinism.
This week on the 10-Minute Think Thru, we talk about whether or not we will recognize each other as the person we knew while on earth. Find out what we believe about relationships in heaven on this episode of the podcast.
If you've ever read Matthew chapter 12, you may have some concerns when Jesus talks about a sin that will not be forgiven. What is the unforgivable sin? Is it something you do or something you say? These questions actually come from a deeper question for the Christian- is it possible for us to disqualify ourselves from salvation? In this episode, we explain this passage of scripture and offer some encouragement to fellow believers.
Sin is tempting. How does Satan target our desires so that we even want to sin? In this episode, we discuss what is going on when we face the choice that we know is sinful, and yet still consider it as an option.
Jesus loves me this I know. The song conjures up memories of vacation Bible school, Sunday school classrooms, and early church experiences. It might be the first theological statement may of us ever make. But is it enough? Can the faith of our childhood answer the questions of our grown up lives? Does our experience in the world demand more? Can I stand firm simply because the Bible tells me so?