Word of the Week: Doctrine

Word of the Week: Doctrine

This week we consider the word “doctrine” — a word which is looked down upon in our society today, but is very important in the life of a Christian. Doctrine means “teaching” and can be “sound” (that is good) or “false” (that which is not true).God gives doctrine in His word, and as Christians we rejoice that God’s doctrine doesn’t change and it is extremely important for our lives on this earth! For this reason it is something that we should know and also understand!

source https://burdenblessing.podbean.com/e/word-of-the-week-doctrine/

CPR – Leadership and Submission in Marriage

CPR – Leadership and Submission in Marriage

As a follow up to our Word of the Week series on marriage, join Pastors Ben Libby and Nathanael Mayhew as they discuss the Biblical perspective on the roles God has laid out in marriage and especially what it means to lead and submit within the marriage relationship. Join them as they look at the Bible passages that lay the foundation and present this topic clearly and as the discuss how this is to carried out within the relationship between husband and wife. While the world around us rebels against God’s instituted order in marriage, an honest look at Scripture reveals that God’s plan is good when we show love for God and love for our spouse.

source https://burdenblessing.podbean.com/e/cpr-leadership-and-submission-in-marriage/

Word of the Week: Catechism

Word of the Week: Catechism

Do you know what a Catechism is? Simply, it is a book of instruction. In our word of the week today we will consider the word Catechism and learn why it is such an important tool for the Christian. It covers the basic teachings on the Bible, gathering passages on the same topic into one place so that you can see the big picture, and grow in your knowledge of what God has done. The Catechism is an extremely valuable resource for child and adult alike!

source https://burdenblessing.podbean.com/e/word-of-the-week-catechism/

Word of the Week: Catechism

Word of the Week: Catechism

Do you know what a Catechism is? Simply, it is a book of instruction. In our word of the week today we will consider the word Catechism and learn why it is such an important tool for the Christian. It covers the basic teachings on the Bible, gathering passages on the same topic into one place so that you can see the big picture, and grow in your knowledge of what God has done. The Catechism is an extremely valuable resource for child and adult alike!

source https://burdenblessing.podbean.com/e/word-of-the-week-catechism/

Word of the Week: Submission / Leadership

Word of the Week: Submission / Leadership

In our concluding Word of the Week in our Marriage series, we consider the word “submission” and “leadership.” We go back to Ephesians 5 as we consider what God has to say about the roles of husbands and wives in their relationship to one another. The LORD says that husbands are to love their wives with a self sacrificing love, and wives are to respect and submit to their husbands. While this is rebelled against in our world today, this is an important and necessary principle that is needed in the marriage relationship, as it is in many relationships. This does not mean that the husband is better or more important than the wife, but rather about an important established order for the good of the family. 

source https://burdenblessing.podbean.com/e/word-of-the-week-submission-leadership/

Bible Study: 2 and 3 John

Bible Study: 2 and 3 John

Join Pastors Ben Libby and Joe Naumann to digs into the short and somewhat unfamiliar Second and Third letters of John. They will discuss the man whom the Holy Spirit used to record these two letters as well as the content of these two letters. They will discuss the topic of the church and the doctrine of fellowship and the relationship between members of the church. These letters present some warnings to the church, as well as some very important encouragement.

source https://burdenblessing.podbean.com/e/bible-study-2-and-3-john/

Word of the Week: Inspiration

Word of the Week: Inspiration

Join Pastor Tom Naumann as he defines the word Inspiration and describes the importance of this doctrine in Christianity. Inspiration expresses the truth that every word of the Bible is true because it comes from God. Literally it means: God breathed. God breathed the very words of Scripture into the writers of the Old and New Testament. Since it is God’s Word there can be no errors. It is true, it is clear, and is everything that we need for salvation. 

source https://burdenblessing.podbean.com/e/word-of-the-week-inspiration/

Hymn Review: For All the Saints Who From Their Labors Rest

Hymn Review: For All the Saints Who From Their Labors Rest

Join Pastors Nathanael Mayhew and Ben Libby on this All Saints’ Day review and discuss a very appropriate, familiar and favorite hymn: For all the Saints. They will discuss the author and composer of the text and tune and take a look at the meaning of the words and their Biblical foundation. As we remember the saints who have gone before us on this All Saints’ Day what a joy to remember the victory that Christ has won for them and for us through His life, death and resurrection!

source https://burdenblessing.podbean.com/e/hymn-review-for-all-the-saints-who-from-their-labors-rest/

Bible Study: Isaiah and Reformation

Bible Study: Isaiah and Reformation

Isaiah and the LORD’s Reformation – Join Pastor Mayhew and Pastor Radichel as they combine an overview of the prophet Isaiah and compare it to the Reformation at the time of Martin Luther. What thoughts did Isaiah have when Jerusalem was encircled by the overwhelming army of the greatest world power in those days? How would Luther find the courage to stand alone against an Emperor and a Pope? How can you be a part of a Reformation today? Listen in for the answers!

source https://burdenblessing.podbean.com/e/bible-study-isaiah-and-reformation/

Word of the Week: Divorce

Word of the Week: Divorce

Today’s word in our marriage series is the word “divorce.” We will look at the legal side of this word in both the Old and New Testaments, as well as other words which are translated divorce and their meanings to get a better idea of what divorce is and its relationship to marriage. We will also look at what God has to say about divorce, which is important in a world and society that has little regard of God’s blessing of marriage. 

source https://burdenblessing.podbean.com/e/word-of-the-week-divorce/