Knowing Christ Radio Ministry

Knowing Christ Radio: Real Change, Part 2

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No one believes in Jesus and continues to live the same old life. Any faith in Christ that does not change our practical life is a false faith.

Knowing Christ Radio: Real Change, Part 1

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No one believes in Jesus and continues to live the same old life. Any faith in Christ that does not change our practical life is a false faith.

Knowing Christ Radio: Real Love, Part 2

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Church is not so much a place to go to as it is a family to which we belong. We do not gather together to honor God through our activities, we gather together to honor God through our love for Him and for His people.

Knowing Christ Radio: Real Love, Part 1

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Church is not so much a place to go to as it is a family to which we belong. We do not gather together to honor God through our activities, we gather together to honor God through our love for Him and for His people.

Knowing Christ Radio: Real Care, Part 2

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A real church possesses loving and sacrificial leadership. Spiritual shepherds must prepare to persevere through much opposition and pain as they serve God in the church.

Knowing Christ Radio: Real Care, Part 1

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A real church possesses loving and sacrificial leadership. Spiritual shepherds must prepare to persevere through much opposition and pain as they serve God in the church.

Knowing Christ Radio: Real Impact, Part 2

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A real church always brings real impact to individual lives and to communities.

Knowing Christ Radio: Real Impact, Part 1

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A real church always brings real impact to individual lives and to communities.

Knowing Christ Radio: Real Joy, Part 2

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We have many reasons to thank God for the church. However, no church can survive apart from the supernatural working of the Holy Spirit in her midst. The existence and health of the church rests upon the experience of the Holy Spirit converting men and women from darkness to light.

Knowing Christ Radio: Real Joy, Part 1

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We have many reasons to thank God for the church. However, no church can survive apart from the supernatural working of the Holy Spirit in her midst. The existence and health of the church rests upon the experience of the Holy Spirit converting men and women from darkness to light.