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    What does the “Word of God” mean exactly?

    No doubt, you’ve heard your pastor say, “Let’s turn in the Word of God,”  Well, what does the “Word of God” mean exactly? Today on Discover the Word, we go back to basics and begin a week in which the group explores what the biblical writers were referring to when they used the term “the Word […]

    “The Power of the Spirit”

    The Trinity—God being three-in-one—is a hard concept to grasp. On one level, it’s impossible to fully comprehend this divine mystery. And yet, each member of the Godhead has a unique place in our lives, including the Person of the Holy Spirit! Today on Discover the Word, the group will begin this week’s series called, “The […]

    What’s Your Perspective?

    Through our own narrow lens of experiences, our viewpoint is often unclear and unreliable. We can feel confused and in the dark. When we realign our perspective to God’s vision, we can see clearly.

    Our prayers are powerful

    Do you sometimes feel like your prayers hit the ceiling and stop there? Or do you think because God is sovereign and will do what He wants, there’s no point in even trying to pray? Today on “Discover the Word,” the group explores why our prayers are powerful, even though exactly how that works remains a mystery. Join us today on” Discover the Word”!

    Finding help in our time of need

    Do you ever feel like no one understands or cares about your situation? Or they do care, but they’re powerless to help? Today on Discover the Word, we reveal how Jesus is the one Person we know who both cares and can help. And it’s why we can come boldly to His throne of grace, finding help in time of need. That’s our subject today on Discover the Word!

    Elisha’s strange miracles

    The Old Testament prophet Elisha performed some pretty strange miracles. Like the one where he threw flour in a pot of stew to remove the poison so a bunch of prophets-in-training could eat it. Entertaining story, but what relevance could this story have to us? Today on “Discover the Word,” we will continue the discussion on “The Miraculous Life of Elisha.” Join the study today on “Discover the Word”!

    What Jesus Said About God: Is There A Higher Power?

    Travel to Jerusalem and examine the words of Jesus that reveal the existence of God. Join host Mart DeHaan and several authorities as they engage in a captivating discussion. Gain insights into reasons for belief and unbelief in God. Discover whether you have reason to believe not only what Jesus said about God, but also […]

    King David and the “Mercy Prayer”

    Today on “Discover the Word,” we, along with our special guest, pastor and author Robert Gelinas talk about how King David was the most frequent pray-er of the “Mercy Prayer.” Find out if this contributed to David being a person who God called “a man after my own heart.” Finish up week one of a series on “The Mercy Prayer,” today on “Discover the Word”!

    Recognizing the need for God’s mercy

    It’s easy for us to think we don’t need to ask for God’s mercy because we already have it . . . by default. Today on “Discover the Word,” special guest, pastor and author Robert Gelinas and the “Discover the Word” team will talk about how the closer to God we draw, the more we recognize our need for His mercy . . . and not just for ourselves, but for the whole world. “The Mercy Prayer”—be part of the conversation today on “Discover the Word”!

    Mercy for ourselves, but justice for others?

    God said, “I will have mercy on who I will have mercy . . .” But that mindset didn’t sit very well with Jonah and it doesn’t always sit well with us. Today on “Discover the Word,” we, along with our guest, pastor and author Robert Gelinas, discuss why our attitude might have something to do with the fact that we desire mercy for ourselves . . . but justice for others. Listen in on the discussion today on “Discover the Word”!

    God’s mercy stops the consequences we deserve

    We suffer because of sin and we sin to relieve our suffering. It’s an unhealthy cycle that has disastrous consequences. And today on “Discover the Word,” we, along with our special guest Robert Gelinas, discuss how only God’s mercy can stop the full domino effect that would take place if we all suffered the consequences of what we deserve. Don’t miss part two of a series on “The Mercy Prayer.”

    How do we balance a merciful and just God?

    Did you know that the most common prayer in the Bible is a prayer asking God for mercy? So how do we balance a God who has a reputation for being merciful, who also is a God who loves justice? Today on “Discover the Word,” we welcome our special guest, pastor and author Robert Gelinas to the table to begin a two-week study called, “Mercy Prayer.” Join the group today on “Discover the Word”!

    The 4 dimensional love of God

    What did the apostle Paul mean when he said that he prayed we would grasp the “height” of God’s love? Today on “Discover the Word,” we dig further into Paul’s profound description of the 4 dimensional—“The 4-D love of God.” Are you afraid of heights? Well, you won’t be in this conversation today on “Discover the Word”!

    Let’s take the long view of God’s love

    When people say, “Take the long view,” it means getting a sense of perspective about the present by also considering both the past and the future. Well, today on “Discover the Word,” we’ll discuss how there are several different ways to look at the phrase “the length of God’s love.” Be part of the discussion as we “take the long view” of God’s love, today on “Discover the Word”!

    How wide is God’s love for us?

    What do you think of when you hear the term, “wide open spaces”? Does it give you a feeling of freedom? Today on “Discover the Word,” we will discuss what the apostle Paul meant when he talked about how wide God’s love for us is. How is it possible that God’s love is wide enough to embrace the whole world?