Jonathan Shirk

SPECIAL (010) – Anxiety & Finding Comfort in Christ – Rev. Keith Evans – Pittsburgh, PA

Rev. Keith Evans has helpful and comforting words for you today on the topic of anxiety. Tune in to better understand your anxiety and how to address it in your life. Check out more of Rev. Keith Evans’ work at rpts.edu and gentlereformation.com. Also, check out Keith’s article titled “Fear of a Changing World” in…

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STT 097 – I Belong (4) – The Beauty of the Church’s Ethnic Diversity

PLEASE LEAVE A SINCERE 5-STAR RATING IF YOU CAN. If all food tasted the same, it would be pretty boring and bland. What if all people and cultures were the same? We should rejoice in the ethnic diversity of the catholic (or universal) church through the ages. Ethnic and cultural diversity is a marvelous thing…

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STT 096 – I Belong (3): Belonging to One Another

PLEASE LEAVE A SINCERE 5-STAR RATING IF YOU CAN. To belong to Christ is to belong to those who also belong to Christ. Salvation is not an individualistic thing, it is ultimately a corporate thing. We are saved into union with Christ and his precious church, his body. We belong to one another. We are…

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SPECIAL (009) – I Will Build My Church (Part A) – Matthew 16:16-18 – Rev. Steve Estes – Elverson, PA

Steve Estes is the senior pastor of Brick Lane Community Church in Elverson, PA. He’s been there for around 40 years. He obtained an undergrad degree from Columbia Bible College (now Columbia International University) and a post-grad degree from Westminster Theological Seminary (WTS). He’s on the board of CCEF (Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation) and…

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STT 095 – I Belong (2): A Church from the Beginning

PLEASE LEAVE A SINCERE 5-STAR RATING IF YOU CAN. The church was from the beginning. Throughout history, God has been redeeming a people by Himself for Himself. To belong to Christ is to belong to Christ’s church. The existence of the church is comforting because it reminds us that Christ is redeeming his people, gathering…

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