In today’s broadcast, we share a message from our recent Sunday morning series on the events before and after the crucifixion on the risen Jesus Christ’s interaction with two men walking on the road to Emmaus.
Radio broadcast for May 8, 2022. Continue reading “The Road to Emmaus”
Jesus’ title as God’s “only begotten Son” is as historic as the New Testament itself, and is common language used in commentaries, sermons, creeds and confessions all through church history. However, in recent years, so-called New Testament Greek experts and bible translators have attempted, in vain, to redefine that as something else. In this broadcast, Ben Winslett considers the phrase from several angles, including the underlying Greek, ancient sources, and related words. Suffice it to say, this faithful title of “the only begotten Son” needs no amending!
Radio broadcast for April 10, 2022. Continue reading “How is Jesus the Only Begotten?”
Concluding the message we began on last weekend’s broadcast, we consider aspects of the importance of prayer as a first line of defense in times of adversity.
Radio broadcast for March 13, 2020. Continue reading “A Continual Prayer Vigil, Part 2”
Forgiveness is a concept at the forefront our minds as well as scripture itself. In this message, Ben Winslett speaks of the forgiveness of sins through Christ Jesus.
Please enjoy this message preached August 2021 at Flint River. Continue reading “Forgiveness in an Eternal Sense”
Concluding our series on Jesus’ “mini-epistles” to the Seven Churches of Asia Minor, we look at the church in the worst shape of them all: Laodicea. Wealthy, proud, and apathetic, Jesus basically tells this church they nauseate Him. Even then, there was hope as repentance awaited at the door.
Radio broadcast for February 20, 2022 Continue reading “The Church at Laodicea”
We’ve heard many alarming warnings and rebukes in our series on the Seven Churches of Asia; so much so that it ought to cause a bit of reflection and self examination. But to the church at Philadelphia, Jesus had nothing but encouragement to this afflicted church with great personal weakness. In fact, through His strength, they would receive an opportunity that the strength of this would could not stop!
Radio broadcast for February 13, 2022. Continue reading “The Church at Philadelphia”
The Lord’s words to the church at Sardis were terrifying: They had the reputation of a living church, but were indeed as good as dead. Ouch! One can only imagine how their pastor’s heart sunk as he learned that news. The good thing, there was even hope for a church in such a poor shape. Through strengthening the remaining life and repenting, they could walk with Christ and continue. That’s helpful for us to know today!
Radio broadcast for February 6, 2022. Continue reading “The Church at Sardis”
The Church at Pergamos was a congregation of faithful saints with one major issue: They tolerated certain false teachers who, in some way, encouraged loose living which resulted in sin. Jesus’ message to them was simple. They were to handle it, or He would handle it. Join us for this message from Revelation chapter 2, on Jesus’ words to the Church at Pergamos.
Radio broadcast for January 23, 2022.
Continue reading “The Church at Pergamos”
Continuing our message from last week from Colossians chapter 3, we consider what it means to seek Christ, who is seated at the right hand of God the Father.
Radio broadcast for January 2, 2022. Continue reading “If Risen…then Seek – Part 2”
Micah 6:8 says God requires of His people that they do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with God. Today we focus on that beautiful, Christlike trait, mercy. Continue reading “To Love Mercy”