Our World and Our Wealth

Strength to Strength welcomed John D. Martin to discuss what sacrificialism in finances looks like. Join us for a heart-searching message on possessions. This message is intended to encourage Christians everywhere to spend more on helping the needy. The kingdom calls for it. In this Talk, John D. Martin will challenge this generation to be the…

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The New Humanity

Strength to Strength welcomed John D. Martin to discuss Jesus' ultimate purpose of coming to this world. God created a perfect humanity. All of us still carry the ideals of that humanity in our hearts. But attempts to fulfill those ideals in a fallen world usually end in disillusionment. Have these ideals been left to…

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Four Kingdom Cautions

Strength to Strength welcomed John D. Martin to share some words of Jesus as a reminder to those who diligently seek Him. The Sermon on the Mount presents Jesus' ideal, a colony of Heaven on earth as visualized in the Lord's prayer, "Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven." In Matthew…

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Sing the New Song

Strength to Strength welcomed John D. Martin to share about music and what it means to "Sing the New Song." In the first part of the discussion, John D. spoke about the importance of music and what it accomplishes in the life of the Christian. In the second part of the discussion, he covered more practical…

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Economics Jesus’ Way

Strength to Strength welcomed John D. Martin to discuss what Jesus intended for his followers in relation to finances. Using the Sermon on the Mount as his text, he explores the difficult words of Jesus. Can we make sense of these passages without dodging its plainest meaning? An interactive question-and-answer period follows. https://youtu.be/5-K5WpuANeM John D. Martin…

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The Lord’s Prayer

Strength to Strength welcomed John D. Martin to share about the Lord's Prayer, as recorded by Matthew: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we…

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