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Ben Poole similar to Andy Stanley, Timothy Keller, Judah Smith, Rick Warren, Craig Groeschel,

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Messages aimed at making a difference in your life! Encouraging, Uplifting , and Spiritual! Similar in teaching to Andy Stanley, Charles Stanley, Judah Smith, Billy Graham, Andy Stanley, Charles Stanley, Carl Lentz, Brian Houston, Rick Warren , Bill Hybels, Jack Hayford, Ed Young, Tim Keller, Warren Wiersbe, Charles Swindoll. Stephen Furtick, Craig Groeschel, Wayne Cordeiro. Influenced by churches like NorthPoint, Elevate, LifeChurch.tv, Biblical teaching,
 
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In this sermon we continue looking at an account of two very important visits: Paul coming down to Jerusalem and Peter coming up to Antioch; Paul coming down to where Peter lived and Peter coming up to where Paul lived. In the first visit, we saw a very important principle laid down as to the nature of the gospel, what it is. We saw that the proble…
 
Are you willing to do what John MacArthur, James White, and many reformed conservatives won’t do? It’s simple: Name Albert Mohler as a danger to the church. John MacArthur has said, “I will fight error, but I will not fight my friends.” We think he needs to reconsider his friendships. Those friends have already rejected him. He needs to be willing …
 
One of the great things about this passage from Galatians is that Paul is giving us some very meaty, very important theological teaching exposition, but he’s doing it in the form of a narrative because he’s telling us a story of two visits. There were all these ceremonial rules in the Mosaic covenant in the Old Testament. There was an extremely inf…
 
Today's Ritter On Real Estate guest is Scott Krone. Scott is a Chicago native whose career in architecture began in 1991 by pursuing his Masters of Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology. While obtaining his degree, he also worked as a Project Manager for Optima, Inc. During his time at Optima, Krone’s responsibilities included nota…
 
We’re looking here at one particular truth: Paul is saying in this passage that doctrinal truth is absolutely critical. He’s fighting for a particular truth, the truth of the gospel. It is the mark of our culture right now that we want spirituality without theology. We want some kind of heart intimacy, but we don’t want to have to bring our mind an…
 
We’re looking at Paul’s letter to the Galatians, and the thing I hope will strike you is the radical objectivity and subjectivity of Christianity. Almost everybody tends to see the objective and subjective as being at loggerheads. Christianity will not let you make that choice. It says Christianity is radically both. They’re joined in the gospel. I…
 
Pastor Joel Webbon and Jon Harris ( @Conversations That Matter ) discuss his new book, “Christianity & Social Justice: Religions In Conflict.” In this episode, Jon Harris also exposes Timothy Keller and the fallacy of “The Great Requirement.” Get Jon Harris’ latest book, “Christianity & Social Justice: Religions In Conflict,” by going to https://ww…
 
The book of Galatians is not for non-Christians. It’s not for unbelievers. It’s not for people who say, “Oh, I don’t believe the gospel.” The whole book of Galatians is a book on the gospel, a book communicating the gospel, explaining the gospel, applying the gospel, and it’s a book for Christians, a book for people who say they believe it. To brea…
 
Today's Ritter On Real Estate guest is Denis Shapiro. Denis began investing in real estate in 2012 when the market was just beginning to recover from the GFC (Global Financial Crisis). He built a cash-flowing portfolio including many alternative assets, such as Note and ATM funds, mobile home parks, life insurance policies, tech start-ups, Industri…
 
If the Bible is not so much a human book reaching up for God, but a divine book reaching out for us, then we’ll only really profit from it if we read it in search of what God has for us rather than reading it to find what we want to find. One of the best ways to do this is to take verse by verse, rather than just jumping to topics that we like. One…
 
Galatians is like a little bomb. There’s dynamite in it. It’s not a very long book, but it brings a big punch. Paul has to bring a hard truth to the Galatians. Those that thought they believed the gospel were actually losing touch with it. The lesson for us is if we really think we understand everything about the gospel, then that probably proves w…
 
This sermon was preached by Dr. Timothy Keller at Redeemer Presbyterian Church on August 21, 2011. Series: Theophany: Anticipations of Jesus in the Old Testament. Scripture: Daniel 3:14-29. Today's podcast is brought to you by Gospel in Life, the site for all sermons, books, study guides and resources from Timothy Keller and Redeemer Presbyterian C…
 
In today's episode of #RitterOnRealEstate, we have a conversation with Morris Groberman. Morris Groberman has been in the commercial real estate business for over 30 years and is a principal in Northwest Commercial Real Estate Investments, LLC. Morris has successfully completed more than 50 syndications since 1997, raising over $150 million in equi…
 
The book of Daniel is a helpful place in the Bible to learn how to live as a believer in a pluralistic society — a society that believes in many gods, religions, and moralities. Today we take a look at the most famous of all the narratives in Daniel. We learn three things that should characterize the life of the believer: salt, hurt, and light. The…
 
Daniel is a set of narratives about what happened when the Jewish exiles were taken out of a country in which there was a set of cultural institutions that supported the biblical God. They were taken into Babylon, which was a pluralistic society in which there were many gods and there were many moralities, all equally valid. The Israelites, who bel…
 
In this episode we’re looking at a common misconception: that moral pronouncements or ideas do not matter unless they are found in the Bible. Is there any value in philosophy, or what has been called Natural Theology? We made this video in response to statements made by Dr. Jeffrey Johnson and Dr. Owen Strachan of Grace Bible Theological Seminary. …
 
The book of Daniel teaches us about the Israelites while in exile. After living for centuries in a culture in which the cultural institutions supported their belief in God, they found themselves in Babylon, which was a religiously pluralistic society. This big city had many gods and many moralities. This naturally created tension because the Israel…
 
In today's episode of #RitterOnRealEstate, we sit down with Sam Bates. Sam is the founder and CEO of Bates Capital Group. Sam started his real estate journey in 2009 and has been directly involved in the acquisition, reposition, disposition, and asset management of over $150,000,000 in AUM. His portfolio currently has 924 units in Texas, Mississipp…
 
We’re going to consider the question, “What does it mean to live the Christian life? How can we live it out?” The book of Daniel is a helpful place to go because it’s exilic literature, meaning it tells the stories of the Israelites when in exile. They were taken away from Israel and into a city that was hostile to God. As believers, we’re like Dan…
 
Andrew Kerr is the founder of FI by REI, a company dedicated to helping individuals in the nonprofit sector achieve financial independence through real estate investing. As someone who has dedicated his life to helping others through working with nonprofit organizations, Andrew is passionate about making sure mission-driven people don’t have to sac…
 
The sermon for today comes from Luke 4, and it is the last sermon in a broader series on the fruit of the Spirit and character change. The recurring question has been, “How can our hearts be changed?” Simply put, our hearts don’t change when we look at the law, but they change when we look at the lawgiver, who is Jesus. We now come to the last frui…
 
Ironically, the pro-abortion slogan “my body, my choice” is now being used by those opposing Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate. Is either side using the concept correctly? That’s what we cover in our new episode. We also include: Why we must call for Joe Biden’s impeachment (even if it will never happen) How to resist the vaccine mandate The moral and le…
 
A few months ago, Pastor Joel Webbon produced an episode of Theology Applied with special guest, Justin Peters, titled “Calling Out False Teachers By Name.” In this episode, Pastor Joel chose NOT to call out certain major leaders in American Evangelicalism who have been pedaling the “woke gospel,” also known as the “social-justice gospel.” Since th…
 
Today’s Ritter On Real Estate Guest is Lisa Hylton. Lisa is the founder of Lisahylton.com and real estate investment company that provides opportunities for entrepreneurs and business owners to invest in tax-efficient real estate investments. Lisa is also the host of The Level Up REI podcast which airs every Tuesday and the first Thursday of each m…
 
Today’s sermon comes from a series on the real character change that can happen in a person’s life. This is not just moral reformation that consists of merely obeying rules, but it begins with a deep change at the heart level. When we look at Jesus, the person and work of our savior, our hearts should melt and be transformed by him. This is real ch…
 
Today we’re going to look at the practice of forgiveness in the Christian life. First, what God calls us to do and secondly, how to get the power to do it. Forgiveness is not just one of the many biblical commands that we have to force ourselves to do, but forgiveness becomes genuine and real when there is a deep change at the heart level. We don’t…
 
Today's #RitterOnRealEstate guest Joshua Ferrari specializes in raising private capital, locating, negotiating, & acquiring value-add multifamily assets, & teaching others how to follow in his footsteps. Joshua’s ability to raise private money has gotten him the title of primary capital raiser at over $7,000,000 raised in less than 3 years of his r…
 
Tomorrow is the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Today’s sermon was preached by Dr. Keller in New York City on the Sunday after the attacks. As we pause this weekend to remember the lives lost and the many people who suffered from the events on September 11th, we pray that you draw hope and encouragement from today’s teaching. This sermon was preached by …
 
Full-time real estate investor and real estate agent from Fort Worth, Texas. Max began his real estate career wholesaling, completing fix and flip rehabs, and acquiring rentals. After completing over 100 deals in multiple states, he looked for a better way to more easily scale his real estate business and started writing lead generation books. Max,…
 
Moral reformation is the main source in the world for many good things, like honesty, self-control and generosity. This kind of reformation enforces rules. One wants to obey out of self-interest or out of fear. On the other hand, spiritual transformation consists of a deeper heart change. When the heart changes, then one’s life, including actions a…
 
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