Episodes: Romans

Romans

Romans 3

  • Time Is Terribly Short
    Grief & Death, Salvation & My New Identity Romans 3:23

    In the final months of her life, Rachael Barkey delivered a very emotional message to a crowd that had come to listen to her. Hear her story today.
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Romans 11

  • Jesus Knows You
    God, Womanhood Romans 11:33-36

    God knows everything. Have you stopped to realize what that truly means? It will boggle your mind.
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  • A God-Centered Life
    God, Womanhood Romans 11:33-36

    When you get married, it’s for better or worse, richer or poorer. The same thing is true in your relationship with God.
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Romans 12

  • When You Feel Inadequate
    The Enemy Romans 12:1-2

    “I’m a failure. I’m not good enough.” Sharon Jaynes says these kinds of lies fill the minds of women. Counter these lies with the truth.
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  • The Beginning of Forgiveness
    Forgiveness & Bitterness Romans 12:17

    Do you long for emotional healing? That process can begin at the point of forgiveness.
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  • Reasonable Service
    Surrender Romans 12:1

    It can seem frightening to surrender everything to the Lord. What if He wants you to do something you don’t want to do? Nancy knows what that’s like.
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  • Becoming a Couple That Prays Together
    Marriage Romans 12:1-21

    On Valentine’s Day, Robert and Nancy Wolgemuth want to help your love life to grow. They’ll show you how to love more like Jesus by walking through Romans 12.
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  • Is Your Marriage Displaying the Gospel?
    Marriage Romans 12:1-21

    Scripture is full of practical advice for your relationships. Nancy and Robert Wolgemuth will help you find practical ways to love like Jesus straight out.
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Romans 13

  • Far from Sin
    Revival Romans 13:14

    You’ll face temptation today; you can’t always avoid it. But you can put some guardrails in place to help you say no.
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Romans 14

  • My Brother's Keeper
    Modesty, Purity & Beauty Romans 14:13

    Cain was the first to ask the question, and many have used it as an excuse ever since: "Am I my brother’s keeper?"
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