Can you obey God?

Andrew Sisson

So many verses in 1 John point to a simple fact, “hereby we do know
that we know Him, if we keep His commandments. “(2:3) Yet so many
Christians live like they are doing their devotions in Romans 7. Doing
exactly what their body wants is normal to most–and what is worst is
that they don’t very often feel badly for it. Now I am not suggesting
that every Christian is going to appear perfect in every action and
attitude. But if we see things from God’s perspective (who knows our
hearts), are we daily doing things that we know are wrong? And if so,
who do we really believe in? I am speaking to the modern Christian.
Those who fit the statistic of 80-90% of Christian men use pornography

Oil of Gladness

Mike Charleston

According to Hebrews 1:9 and Psalm 45:7, Jesus is anointed with the oil of gladness above his fellows.  He was the most joyful, glad, thankful, happy person that ever lived.  Yes, he was the man of sorrows also, but I believe that was when he was taking our sin to the cross. (Isaiah 53) He lived a pure and holy life, not touched by sin.  We can’t even imagine a life like that.  We can taste a little bit of that down here now that we are freed from sin and alive unto God.  But, to know a whole life without sin would be amazing!  Jesus came to set us free and to give us life!

At Bible study the other day, we were discussing if we could walk closer to the Lord than Adam did in the garden. …

Is the Church a business or family?

Today Mike is joined by Larry as they discuss the church model.  Is the business model really biblical? Is the church supposed to be more like a family?  We also give our thoughts on the christian TV show “The Chosen”.…

Introduction to the show

This episode we meet the people who will be on the show in one way or another.  Larry Grim, Michael Thornton are co-host with host Mike Charleston.  We talk about what the show will be like.…

Business or Family?

Mike Charleston

Recently, I had a friend ask me to help him with things that were going on in his church.  The pastor wasn’t “hip” enough, and didn’t have a good enough “vision.”  So, the people wanted him out to put a younger, more relevant person in his place.  My friend asked if I had any information on whether or not the church should be run like a business.  Of course, I had some information on the subject and would be glad to pass it on to him.  I grew up when the internet was pretty new, so I downloaded and saved everything I found in the early 2000’s.  I hadn’t actually looked up anything on the subject in a while. …