PART 1: This week’s series kicks off with an interview with a South African pastor with a unique perspective on Luke’s Gospel.
PART 2: What sets Luke apart from the other three gospels? Who is he and who is he writing to? What is his main message? Find out when you listen to today’s program.
PART 3: John the Baptist had a lot to say, but what does his ancient message have to do with us?
PART 4: After John baptized Jesus, it wasn’t long before his earthly ministry took off. Learn more about Christ’s testing in the wilderness and some of his first recorded miracles when you listen to today’s program.
PART 5: Jesus was not afraid to challenge the status quo. Find out how he flipped Judaism upside-down, fulfilled the law, and revealed hidden truths about God’s Kingdom.
PART 6: The eighth chapter of Luke was given to build us up. Whether it is addiction, demon possession, a storm, or even death, Jesus wants us to know that true faith brings life.
PART 7: The ninth chapter of Luke might be the most important chapter in the whole book. Taking place just before the transfiguration, this chapter marks the turning point in Christ’s ministry, propelling him toward Jerusalem.
PART 8: We are constantly being pulled in different directions. Messages from political parties and media outlets, even family and friends, can sometimes be downright inflammatory. What’s the solution? Luke 11 points to the most important practice of our Christian life: prayer.
PART 9: Hypocrisy is never seen in a positive way. It’s also one of the things Jesus warned against most. On today’s program, we look at a passage of Scripture that gets to the heart of this common heart issue.
PART 10: The Christian life can seem counterintuitive. The first comes last, the last first. According to Jesus, the road to success is paved in humility. Find out why this wisdom is true when you listen to today’s program.
PART 11: Two sons, two ways to be lost. Find out how Christ’s most famous parable teaches us how the Father’s love is greater than anything we’ve ever done.
PART 12: How does a dishonest employee who short-changes his boss for his own gain become a Christian role model? Find out how Jesus teaches his followers to be shrewd on today’s program that covers one Christ’s most surprising parables.
BONUS INTERVIEW: It’s tough being a pastor in Washington D.C. right now. David Hanke knows this more than most as his congregation includes government officials on both sides of the aisle. How does he preach the gospel to Republicans and Democrats?
PART 13: Christians often talk about having a “relationship with God.” But what does this actually look like? And how does it affect our other relationships? In Luke 18, Jesus responds by pointing to some unlikely heroes.
PART 14: Time is valuable, but it’s also easy to waste. The question is, how do you spend it? A little-known parable in Luke 19 offers a profound illustration on how to redeem the time that is given to you.
PART 15: There’s nothing more intense on daytime television than a good courtroom drama. But shows like Law & Order, Matlock, and Judge Judy pale in comparison the trial Jesus faced in Luke 20.
PART 16: “The end is near!” We’ve all seen how these words can be twisted into overzealous end-time prophecies, but there is some truth in this provocative warning.
PART 17: How do Christians wage war against evil? Not with weapons. Jesus tells his followers to fight the powers of darkness by being humble and serving one another.
PART 18: Easter isn’t for a couple of months now, but one of the beautiful things about making our way through the entire gospel of Luke is that this today, Easter comes early.
PART 19: At the very end of Luke’s Gospel, Jesus teaches how we are to read the rest of the Bible. Can you think of a better teacher on how to read God’s Word?
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