Central Streaming: Waiting for Jesus

The Letters of Paulapostle-paul

Paul writes to encourage an exemplary church.  Despite their affliction, they need to stand firm and continue waiting for Jesus.

                     1 Thess.pdf              1 Thess.mp3

Central Streaming: Counsel for Every Christian

The Letters of Paulapostle-paul

The Church in Philippi was a strong and active church and had a good relationship with Paul. He still takes time to remind them of some basics of living life as the people of God.

                     Phil 4.1-9.pdf          Phil 4.1-9.mp3

Palmer St. Podcast: Joy: The Business of Heaven

“Joy is the serious business of heaven.” – C. S. Lewis, in Letters to Malcolm

“The joy of the Lord is your strength.” – Nehemiah 8:10

Nehemiah 8.mp3

Nehemiah 8.pdf

Nehemiah 8.pptx

Palmer St. Podcast: The Reality of Eternal Life

In his essay Christian Apologetics, C.S. Lewis said, “One of the great difficulties is to keep before the audience’s mind the question of truth. They always think you are recommending Christianity not because it is true but because it is good.  And in the discussion they will at every moment try to escape from the issue “true–false” into stuff about a good society, … or the Spanish Inquisition … or anything whatever … One must keep on pointing out that Christianity is a statement which, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance.”

1 John 1.01-04mp3

1 John 1.01-04.pdf

1 John 1.01-04.pptx

Palmer St. Podcast: God’s Gracious Plan

Jean-Paul Sartre gives his own vision of hell in a play called No Exit.  The “moral” of the play is the hopelessly amoral conclusion: “You are – your life, and nothing else.” There is no forgiveness and no redemption. No greater good, no higher purpose. You live, you laugh, you suffer and you die. And that’s it.

1 Peter 1.01-12.mp3

1 Peter 1.01-12.pdf

1 Peter 1.01-12.pptx

Palmer St. Podcast: Philippians 4:1-9

With most musical instruments, every time you play, you have to check them just to see how far they’ve gotten out of whack.  We’re the same way in that we need to “stay in tune with Jesus” by keeping our thought life and attitudes in the right place. To stay in tune with Jesus, our thoughts and our attitudes need to be repeatedly adjusted.

Phil 4.01-09.mp3

Phil 4.01-09.pdf