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Messages aimed at making a difference in your life! Encouraging, Uplifting , and Spiritual! Similar in teaching to Andy Stanley, Charles Stanley, Judah Smith, Billy Graham, Andy Stanley, Charles Stanley, Carl Lentz, Brian Houston, Rick Warren , Bill Hybels, Jack Hayford, Ed Young, Tim Keller, Warren Wiersbe, Charles Swindoll. Stephen Furtick, Craig Groeschel, Wayne Cordeiro. Influenced by churches like NorthPoint, Elevate, LifeChurch.tv, Biblical teaching,
 
The Christian Podcast station was created to bring you the best in Christian Podcasts. Here you will find mesages and teaching from the best of Christian scholars and teachers such as R.C. Sproul, John MacArthur, Ravi Zacharia, John Piper, James Dobson, and others. Touching on subjects from general Christian living to theology and apologetics, this podcast station is dedicated to equip and engage the minds of believers and encourage them to contemplate the hard and complex questions in life. ...
 
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We’re going to consider the question, “What does it mean to live the Christian life? How can we live it out?” The book of Daniel is a helpful place to go because it’s exilic literature, meaning it tells the stories of the Israelites when in exile. They were taken away from Israel and into a city that was hostile to God. As believers, we’re like Dan…
 
Have you noticed a shift in the Conservative movement? Conservatives and Republicans are not what they have historically claimed to be. They no longer seem to prioritize limited government, individual rights, free markets, and the Constitution. Today we’re reviewing a new publication that represents this sad trend. It’s called American Reformer. It…
 
Andrew Kerr is the founder of FI by REI, a company dedicated to helping individuals in the nonprofit sector achieve financial independence through real estate investing. As someone who has dedicated his life to helping others through working with nonprofit organizations, Andrew is passionate about making sure mission-driven people don’t have to sac…
 
The sermon for today comes from Luke 4, and it is the last sermon in a broader series on the fruit of the Spirit and character change. The recurring question has been, “How can our hearts be changed?” Simply put, our hearts don’t change when we look at the law, but they change when we look at the lawgiver, who is Jesus. We now come to the last frui…
 
Ironically, the pro-abortion slogan “my body, my choice” is now being used by those opposing Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate. Is either side using the concept correctly? That’s what we cover in our new episode. We also include: Why we must call for Joe Biden’s impeachment (even if it will never happen) How to resist the vaccine mandate The moral and le…
 
Today’s Ritter On Real Estate Guest is Lisa Hylton. Lisa is the founder of Lisahylton.com and real estate investment company that provides opportunities for entrepreneurs and business owners to invest in tax-efficient real estate investments. Lisa is also the host of The Level Up REI podcast which airs every Tuesday and the first Thursday of each m…
 
Today’s sermon comes from a series on the real character change that can happen in a person’s life. This is not just moral reformation that consists of merely obeying rules, but it begins with a deep change at the heart level. When we look at Jesus, the person and work of our savior, our hearts should melt and be transformed by him. This is real ch…
 
Today we’re going to look at the practice of forgiveness in the Christian life. First, what God calls us to do and secondly, how to get the power to do it. Forgiveness is not just one of the many biblical commands that we have to force ourselves to do, but forgiveness becomes genuine and real when there is a deep change at the heart level. We don’t…
 
Today's #RitterOnRealEstate guest Joshua Ferrari specializes in raising private capital, locating, negotiating, & acquiring value-add multifamily assets, & teaching others how to follow in his footsteps. Joshua’s ability to raise private money has gotten him the title of primary capital raiser at over $7,000,000 raised in less than 3 years of his r…
 
Tomorrow is the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Today’s sermon was preached by Dr. Keller in New York City on the Sunday after the attacks. As we pause this weekend to remember the lives lost and the many people who suffered from the events on September 11th, we pray that you draw hope and encouragement from today’s teaching. This sermon was preached by …
 
Full-time real estate investor and real estate agent from Fort Worth, Texas. Max began his real estate career wholesaling, completing fix and flip rehabs, and acquiring rentals. After completing over 100 deals in multiple states, he looked for a better way to more easily scale his real estate business and started writing lead generation books. Max,…
 
Moral reformation is the main source in the world for many good things, like honesty, self-control and generosity. This kind of reformation enforces rules. One wants to obey out of self-interest or out of fear. On the other hand, spiritual transformation consists of a deeper heart change. When the heart changes, then one’s life, including actions a…
 
Moral reformation is not the same thing as spiritual transformation. In moral reformation, one begins to outwardly comply, but the habits of the heart haven’t changed. In other words, moral reformation comes by looking at the rules and conforming, but spiritual transformation comes from looking at Jesus Christ. When we look at Christ, we can be reg…
 
Mitch Stephen has been a self-employed RE investor for 25+ years. His real estate investing career started at the age of 23 when he read “Nothing Down” by Robert Allen. Mitch Stephen has purchased well over 2,000 houses in and around his hometown of San Antonio, TX. A high school graduate, who never stopped learning. Books, CDs, seminars and webina…
 
On the night before Jesus is about to die, Jesus says to his disciples, “You have listened to many of the things I’ve said, and you’ve somewhat learned them, but you haven’t really changed.” Jesus doesn’t want his followers to simply start obeying rules, but he wants them to have changed hearts. Today’s sermon comes from a series on how God brings …
 
Is it moral to refuse the vaccine? At For the New Christian Intellectual, we promote rational Christianity, for those who love their lives. We want the world to be filled with Christians who are skilled in moral reasoning. This episode will equip you to understand one way Ayn Rand’s rational egoism matters at this moment in history. We discuss the …
 
When sharing the Christian faith with others that don’t believe, sometimes there are people who want to believe, but are just too overwhelmed by it. They see the beauty of what the Christian life is supposed to be, and they say, “I could never do it. It’s just beyond me.” This is the kind of situation that Jesus addresses in today’s passage from Jo…
 
Tim is a 16 year veteran of the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) and currently serves as a lieutenant in the borough of Queens. Until recently, he also worked part-time as an emergency room RN at a level 1 trauma center. He brings years of real-world management and leadership experience to his real estate investment career. Tim’s initial goal w…
 
Today’s sermon comes from a series on the hard sayings of Jesus. In Mark 10:25, Jesus says, “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.” That’s as controversial now as it was then. What’s striking about this is Jesus is talking about something very basic: “what must I do to inherit et…
 
Today’s sermon comes from a series on the hard sayings of Jesus. These are the statements Jesus makes in his teaching that people wrestle with. They’re either hard to understand or they’re hard to do or they’re hard to accept. This saying is particularly difficult because Jesus says that the temple is in fact his body. This would have been such a h…
 
Todays #RitterOnRealEstate guest is Paul Moore. After a stint at Ford Motor Company, Paul Moore co-founded a staffing firm where he was finalist for Michigan Entrepreneur of the Year two years straight. After selling the staffing firm to a publicly traded company, Paul Moore began investing in real estate, founded multiple investment and developmen…
 
Today’s passage from Luke 13 gives us two incidents that we would call tragedies today. The first one in verse 1 took place when Pontius Pilate, the Roman colonial governor of Judea, evidently had fallen upon some political enemies and destroyed them. What was particularly grisly about this was Pilate had sent his henchmen to find his political ene…
 
Rafi Mizrahi is an out of country real estate investor. He has been investing since 2010 and has developed the skillset to overcome investing out of country. He has extensive experience in raising money from out of state investors building and managing professional teams all over the country, Property Valuation, negotiating an acquisition. Rafi sta…
 
Today we’re going to look at a hard saying of Jesus in Matthew 7:6. Verses 1–5 are music to modern people’s ears — there’s nothing hard or particularly difficult about the first five verses. But in the context of the entire passage, you will see why verse 6 can be so difficult for people to understand and accept. Jesus is likening someone to a dog …
 
Today’s sermon comes from a series on the hard sayings of Jesus. We find many of these throughout the New Testament — sayings that are difficult to understand or accept or both. Jesus says in verse 18: “I tell you the truth … not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accompl…
 
In todays episode of #RitterOnRealEstate we sit down with Jim Monk. Jim is the President of CLOZZITS. CLOZZITS has developed a program to increase rents 3%-5% while improving the Net Operating Income (NOI) and Asset Value. All without multifamily owners laying out much capital. His goal is to differentiate beyond the normal amenities and tap into a…
 
Today’s sermon comes from a series on the hard sayings of Jesus. The hard sayings of Jesus, the wisdom of Jesus, are more like hard candy than chocolates. You can bite right through chocolate, but with hard candy you have to work on it, going layer through layer slowly. Today’s “hard saying” has haunted people for a long time – the unforgivable sin…
 
In todays episode of #RitterOnRealEstate we sit down with Damion Lupo. Best-Selling Author of a dozen books on personal finance, investment and retirement strategies, Damion is on a mission to free 1 million people from financial bondage. He hosts the Financial Underdogs podcast, ripping conventional wisdom apart for the Main Street investor lookin…
 
Almost everybody says Jesus Christ was a great teacher, but when you actually begin studying Jesus’ teaching, he has a lot of sayings we can call “hard sayings.” They’re hard partly because they’re difficult to understand, but just as much, and maybe even more so, they’re hard because they’re tough to swallow, they’re hard to accept. The hard sayin…
 
In todays episode of #RitterOnRealEstate, we sit down with Dave Dubeau. Dave has been an entrepreneur since 1993 and a real estate investor since 2001. During his tenure investing, Dave has done deals ranging from creative no-money down transactions, rent-to-owns and more recently multi-family properties. Dave is an author of seven books and has be…
 
Today’s sermon comes from a series on the ministry and teaching of Jesus – more specifically, the hardest and most difficult sayings from Jesus. In Luke 6, to “love your enemies” is maybe the most famous of Jesus’ hard sayings. It’s a hard saying because it’s difficult to understand in any given context. People have gone around and around for years…
 
Jesus thought it was important to talk about promises — truthfulness in general and promise-keeping in particular. In today’s passage in Matthew 5 he talks about swearing and oaths, which are really just promises. The whole Bible is built on covenants, public promises, observed words, and accountability. So what does Jesus teach us specifically in …
 
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