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Best Gospelcentered podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Gospelcentered podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Shorebreak Church is all about amplifying Jesus. Every week we invite you to learn more about Jesus as we expose the truth of the Gospel in the Bible. There is nothing more important than Jesus. The good news of God becoming a man, living perfectly, dying unjustly, conquering death and sin, defines who we are as a church. We aren’t perfect but we worship a perfect God.
 
The Water’s Edge Church in Virginia Beach exists to make disciples through gospel-centered teaching, gospel-centered community, and gospel-centered service. Our aim is to live "most passionate about what's most important." www.watersedgevb.com
 
Rediscovering grace apart from religion - You've reached the podcast home of Mike and Susan Adams, a former pastor and pastor's wife who survived a crash and burn out of rules-based religion and back into grace in 2009. What we bought before, we just can't sell. We invite you to pull up a chair and your favorite beverage and join the conversation. We're Jesus-centered and gospel-focused (no, really!) with no strings attached. We hope you enjoy your stay. Welcome to the Grace Café Podcast!
 
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Welcome to episode 91 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. This episode is an energized conversation with Matt McMillen about the New Covenant and our identity in Jesus. God's opinion of us is the first thing that gets obscured by organized religion. Here's a sample of where our conversation took us: The New Covenant and the gospel. Dealing with bitterness a…
 
Pastor Leo Bilyk teaching on Exodus 20:3 as part of the sermon series on the book of Exodus. We hope you are blessed and equipped by today's message. To find out more about Shorebreak Church or to partner financially, visit www.shorebreakchurch.com. To share your story or ask questions, contact aloha@shorebreakchurch.com. Mahalo for listening!…
 
Pastor Leo Bilyk teaching on Exodus 20:1-2 as part of the sermon series on the book of Exodus. We hope you are blessed and equipped by today's message. To find out more about Shorebreak Church or to partner financially, visit www.shorebreakchurch.com. To share your story or ask questions, contact aloha@shorebreakchurch.com. Mahalo for listening!…
 
Garrett Warfield teaching on Exodus 19 as part of the sermon series on the book of Exodus. We hope you are blessed and equipped by today's message. To find out more about Shorebreak Church or to partner financially, visit www.shorebreakchurch.com. To share your story or ask questions, contact aloha@shorebreakchurch.com. Mahalo for listening!…
 
Andrew Kaleohano teaching on Exodus 18 as part of the sermon series on the book of Exodus. We hope you are blessed and equipped by today's message. To find out more about Shorebreak Church or to partner financially, visit www.shorebreakchurch.com. To share your story or ask questions, contact aloha@shorebreakchurch.com. Mahalo for listening!…
 
"My little children, I am writing these things to you so that you may not sin. But if anyone does sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous. He is the propitiation for our sins, and not for ours only but also for the sins of the whole world." (1 John 2:1-2) Did you catch that? John, using a term of gentle affection (littl…
 
Happy New Year! Welcome to episode 89 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. In this episode we take a look back at our own journey over the past decade and our trek out of performance-based Christianity. It's been 10+ years of healing for us after having left the different religious environments in 2009 that we were a part of for many years. We know many of y…
 
Pastor Hector Cruz Acts 9, Hebrews 10-12
 
Welcome to episode 88 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. In this episode, we catch you up on some of the things that have been going on with us personally, eventually landing on the topic of obedience. But along the way we talk about Christmas, Mike's skin cancer diagnosis (not the bad kind thankfully) and his experience under the doctor's knife, the futur…
 
Leo Bilyk teaching on Exodus 17:8-16 as part of the sermon series on the book of Exodus. We hope you are blessed and equipped by today's message. To find out more about Shorebreak Church or to partner financially, visit www.shorebreakchurch.com. To share your story or ask questions, contact aloha@shorebreakchurch.com. Mahalo for listening!…
 
Welcome to episode 87 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. Sarah Knaub joins Susan in this episode as they talk about the church's dismissive view of women. This excellent conversation was prompted by John MacArthur's "go home" statement directed toward Beth Moore. Susan and Sarah's conversation is loaded with rich and important content. Roles, submission, s…
 
Welcome to episode 86 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. The phrase "the Word of God" appears several times in the New Testament. I had always heard and believed that "the Word of God' was a reference to the Bible. I assumed that the Bible is the Word of God and that the phrase "the Word of God" was another way of saying the Bible. When Paul told Timothy t…
 
Garrett Warfield teaching on Exodus 16 as part of the sermon series on the book of Exodus. We hope you are blessed and equipped by today's message. To find out more about Shorebreak Church or to partner financially, visit www.shorebreakchurch.com. To share your story or ask questions, contact aloha@shorebreakchurch.com. Mahalo for listening!…
 
Welcome to episode 85 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. We've had some recent conversations with others who've related their stories to us about how asking honest questions resulted in being shunned, shamed, and even asked to leave the group they were in. When our journeys take a turn away from performance and toward a more genuine experience with grace, …
 
Welcome to episode 84 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. When John wrote, "For the law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ" (John 1:17), was he giving us a formula to keep grace in check with truth? Does grace need balanced with truth in order to keep it manageable? Is truth somehow opposed to the free operation of Grace? I l…
 
Welcome to episode 83 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. Fear and doubt. These are two emotions we can all relate to and we all experience to varying levels and at different times. In performance-based, top-down religious environments, fear and doubt are common byproducts because the spotlight is on our own failed performance. At the same time, fear and do…
 
Welcome to episode 82 of the Grace Cafe Podcast. In this edition of Take Five, Mike talks about taking up our cross and following Jesus. When Jesus said, "If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me" (Matthew 16:24) was he referring to a spiritual discipline that involves denying my own needs and bearing …
 
Welcome to episode 81 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. Joel Brueseke joins us on this episode as we talk about what it means to be rooted and grounded in grace. Joel is co-host, along with Mike Kapler, of The Growing in Grace podcast and Joel also has a solo podcast and blog called Grace Roots. Our conversation took us into the many things that so easily…
 
Welcome to episode 80 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. In this edition of Take Five, let's talk about what is often referred to as spiritual disciplines. Specifically, the assumed discipline of dying daily. Paul told the Corinthians he died daily. I believe we have incorrectly inserted ourselves into that passage in an attempt to make dying daily a spiri…
 
Welcome to episode 79 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. Let's talk about suffering. Our view of God will determine our view of suffering. Is God trying to teach me a lesson through suffering? If so, am I responsible to figure out what God is trying to teach me in my suffering? Am I suffering for Jesus enough? How does our theology impact our view of, and …
 
Welcome to episode 78 of the Grace Cafe Podcast and this edition of Take Five. Let's talk about how to have a Jesus-lite theology of the New Covenant and the dark side of making the New Covenant more about our performance than Jesus' shed blood. This episode is based on a blog post I wrote by the same title. For your convenience, here's a link to t…
 
Welcome to episode 77 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. This episode is a recent conversation we had with Pooja Chilukuri. Pooja was born and raised in India and now resides in the U.S. She reached out to us several weeks ago and told us a little bit of her story and pointed us to her book, And Then There Was Jesus, which chronicles her journey out of Hin…
 
Welcome to episode 76 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. Susan takes the mic again in this edition of Take Five to talk about loving those who are deconstructing and/or reconstructing their faith. This deconstruction/reconstruction is going on all around us. Susan speaks from her own experience with this reminder to stand down and love one another instead …
 
Welcome to episode 75 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. The New Covenant, which we enjoy living under, was first spoken to Abraham by way of promise and then confirmed to him by way of an oath (Hebrews 6:13-20). The writer of the letter to the Hebrews calls this promise and this oath, two unchangeable things. What makes them unchangeable is that God canno…
 
Welcome to episode 74 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. Let's talk about performance-based Christianity in this edition of Take Five. Nothing will destroy you quicker than a view of God that sees him as never satisfied and always demanding more. But that's how performance-based Christianity views him whether we admit it or not. In performance based Christ…
 
Welcome to episode 73 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. Let's talk about what happens when our personal preferences become hard and fast rules that we impose on others. Paul said that he wanted to know nothing among others except Jesus Christ and him crucified. But we get caught up in side issues like legalism, tribal doctrine, and religious tradition tha…
 
Welcome to episode 72 of The Grace Cafe Podcast! In this edition of Take Five, let's talk about the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit has a bad reputation in many Christian circles. We've been told, and we tend to believe, that the Holy Spirit is policing our sin and policing our every move, anticipating our next failure and waiting in the wings to brin…
 
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