PODCAST: Going Deep with God

Presented 6/30/2013

StagesOfPrayerSometimes I feel that I have the spiritual depth of a mud puddle in the desert. I want a deep walk with Jesus, but I find that distractions and demands of life thwart my effort to really go deep with God.

But I can go deep with God. He wants me to. And if I want to, then it will happen.

This podcast gives counsel on having a deeper walk with God through the means of prayer.


PODCAST: Emotional Health – Going Deep with Jesus

Presented 6/24/2013

Ever wonder why some people are so consistent in their walk with Jesus and others so off and on? One reason is because some people see righteousness as the goal and others know that intimacy with Jesus is the goal.

This podcast speaks about a key to Emotional and Spiritual Health — pursuing something fundamental with all our hearts.


PODCAST: Josh Tkacik On Burning Plows

Presented 6/17/2013

walkingElisha didn’t pass go or collect $200. He didn’t go to jail either. When he discovered the call of God in his life, he walked after Elijah.

He ran.

1 Kings 19:19-21 (NIV) 19  So Elijah went from there and found Elisha son of Shaphat. He was plowing with twelve yoke of oxen, and he himself was driving the twelfth pair. Elijah went up to him and threw his cloak around him. 20  Elisha then left his oxen and ran after Elijah. “Let me kiss my father and mother good-by,” he said, “and then I will come with you.” “Go back,” Elijah replied. “What have I done to you?” 21  So Elisha left him and went back. He took his yoke of oxen and slaughtered them. He burned the plowing equipment to cook the meat and gave it to the people, and they ate. Then he set out to follow Elijah and became his attendant.

IMG953373In this podcast, Josh Tkacik speaks of our need to walk after God’s call, not clinging to security in fear, but waking bravely and boldly.

As you listen, be aware that Josh uses visual aids so that his hearer gets the idea more clearly. In this podcast, you’ll have to imagine Josh standing on the balance beam walking, then sitting, then clinging to it like a baby.

Take this challenge to walk in faith, trusting Jesus by taking what Bob Fetherlin calls, “Faith-filled risks”.