"Worship" might not be the best word for what we are actually doing in church.
Eat and drink for tomorrow we die might be the best news you've ever heard.
This is our basic strategy for sharing Jesus with the lost: Merry Christmas, Happy Easter, Joy to World and you’re going to hell.
Am I a prophet? Are you? This is Frank guest preaching at Oikos Church in Houston.
This is what God wants us all to do, and how to do it. Three easy steps!
If we do not listen to the Bible then we will listen to one of three other things.
God's Word is true and I'm a liar—just like you. Also, we all underline different parts of our Bible.
Guest speaker and good friend Rev. Ken Chitwood talks about the importance and challenges of following Jesus in community with other followers.
A special edition podcast made specifically for podcast listeners. We know you are out there!
Go to NewChurchTexas.com/plan to read more about the ambitious plans of NewChurch
The messy landscape of following Jesus and doing His work where you might get a little on you.
The mysterious meal that is supposed to unite believers with Jesus and each other. Why can't we all get along? Oh, yeah—sin. Good thing the body and blood of Jesus also grants us forgiveness. Em why ess tea Eee are why.
How to pray without sinning, annoying your friends and God is listening.
If we want to see miracles happen, what are we supposed to do? Punch a brick?
Jesus invites us to follow Him and gives some strange instructions before we begin.
Highly valued but nearly universally misunderstood, actual freedom will only be found in one place.
Strange as it sounds, the point is not to grow.
Sometimes we are sad for no good reason.
How to deal with wounds from family members.
The one where we learn how to follow Jesus in our work.
In which Kemper tells the five most important things about him. And it rains so hard you can hear it.
Jonah Part Three B. What happens if we do what God asks of us?
In which Kemper tells of the great fish god of Nineveh.
Jonah Part Two B. Gaining perspective through dark times.