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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jesse Henkle. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jesse Henkle, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jesse Henkle. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jesse Henkle, often where they are interviewed.

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Why Did Jesus Have To Die?: Sacrifice - Jesse Henkle

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According to the Apostle Paul the cross lies at the very heart of the Christian faith. In the letter to the church at Galatia, Paul wrote: “God forbid that I should boast of anything but the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ.” (Galatians 6:14)

The cross is the centerpiece.

But why? Have you ever wondered that?

Why did Jesus have to die?

And why did Jesus have to die on a cross?

Why did Jesus have to die in such a cruel and inhumane way?

Why did Jesus have to die the death of a common criminal?

Thankfully, God does not leave us without answers.

The biblical writers use multiple metaphors, pictures and images to help us glimpse the majestic power at work on the cross.

Why did Jesus have to die?

The answer is

... bigger than we have been told.

… more beautiful than we can comprehend.

… better than mere words can describe.

Join us during the 4 weeks before Easter as we explore this important question together.
Mar 29 2020 · 27mins
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Plays Well With Others: How to Disagree, Agreeably! - Jesse Henkle

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God has created us to be in relationships with other people. ALL kinds of other people! So, one of the earliest things we learn is how to get along with other people. Remember that assessment category on your kindergarten report card - “Plays well with others?”

Playing well with others is not always easy. In fact, it can be downright difficult.

People can be difficult!

We can be difficult!

But the truth is, one of the most challenging aspects of life - getting along with others - can also be one of the most rewarding. However, we have to work at it.

How can we get better at being human - being a healthy human - who gets along well with others?

This series will look at four practical ways in which we can improve our relationship skills and our ability to love others well.

This is important stuff for the church. Jesus said to his followers, "So now I am giving you a new commandment: Love each other. Just as I have loved you, you should love each other. Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples.” (John 13:34-35, NLT)

Followers of Jesus are to be marked by love. It is our ability to know that we are loved by God, as well our love for ourselves, God and others -- even our enemies -- that demonstrates to the world that we have chosen to follow Jesus.
Jan 12 2020 · 32mins
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James: Wisdom & Humility // Jesse Henkle

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Jesse teaches from James 3 & 4 about wisdom and humility. 

Nov 15 2019 · 29mins
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Chosen: Gideon // Jesse Henkle

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God doesn't answer all of our questions -- I don't know why -- but He does give us opportunities to step out and claim everyday who He made us to be. God says, "Come as you are and I will be with you." Gideon too came out of hiding and God used him in amazing ways. YOU -- YOU -- YOU have so much to offer.

Nov 14 2019 · 22mins
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Watch Your Mouth - Jesse Henkle

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Followers of Jesus across the globe and across the centuries have arranged their lives in certain ways to help them grow closer to God. We need to do the same. And yet we are all unique; each one of us has specific pathways that lead us to growth. As a church, we plan to spend the summer exploring a few important questions related to our spiritual growth:

What does it look like in our ordinary lives to grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus?
What kinds of things might we include - or not include - in our lives in order to stay close to God?
How do we rearrange our lives so that we can grow spiritually?
What is the goal of spiritual growth?
Practically, in the midst of our very full lives, how do we make room for the things that deeply connect us to God?

Our hope is that as our teachers pull back the curtain on our lives, we will encourage you to continue to engage in certain actions that help you grow. For some of you, we will encourage you to re-engage things you’ve let slide. And for others, we want to encourage you to start - for the very first time - to rearrange your lives with the intention of growing closer to God right in the midst of our ordinary days.
Jul 14 2019 · 31mins
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BASIC in Waverly - REMAIN - Jesse Henkle - 9.25.18

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What does Jesus mean when he says "remain in me"?

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Oct 01 2018 · 26mins
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BASIC - BLESS - Begin With Prayer - Jesse Henkle - 8.30.18

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BLESS - Begin With Prayer

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Aug 31 2018 · 37mins
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Rest: Roses in a Flood - Jesse Henkle

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We live in a culture that loves to maximize everything! Push the limits as far as possible. And then, push some more. This is our standard operating procedure in nearly every area of our lives.

Work hard. Play hard. Crash hard. Repeat

We are overloaded in every arena of life.We’re like minnows caught in a flash flood of good, successful, even unselfish activity. In many ways, we are victims of progress, which “always gives us more of everything faster and faster.” The problem is - most of us don’t need more and we definitely don’t need it faster. What we need is margin. What we need is rest.

REST. It’s exactly what God so generously offers us in the gift of Sabbath.

This series invites you to step into summer and stop to enjoy the rest of God. We’ll explore and attempt to dispel some of the misconceptions about Sabbath, recall God’s gracious instruction and generous permission to delight in Sabbath, and demonstrate inspiring new ways to open and enjoy one of God’s greatest gifts - the gift of REST.
Jun 05 2018 · 30mins
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Faith Works: The Good Life - Jesse Henkle

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In the book of James, Jesus’ brother challenges us to live a life wholly devoted to God. Relying heavily on Jesus’ own teaching, especially drawing from the Sermon on the Mount, James asserts that true faith is more than an intellectual pursuit of ideas; real faith results in action. James faced intense persecution, famine, and poverty as he remained in Jerusalem to build the church after Jesus was crucified. But by following Jesus’ instruction he became known as a courageous leader and wise peacemaker. LIke a bucket of ice water in your face, James will wake you up with a fresh challenge for how you live.
James’ writing is different than Paul’s, who wrote many of the other books in the New Testament. Rather than taking on a specific problem the church was facing, James writes a stream of wise teachings. Pay close attention as you read the one liners James uses to prick your heart and mind. More than just summarizing major themes of Jesus’ teaching, the Holy Spirit may be calling you to take next steps to activate your faith, helping you encounter and better follow Jesus to bless a broken world.
Mar 11 2018 · 28mins
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BASIC - Hope - Jesse Henkle - 11.30.17

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Jesus is drawing us close, inviting us to live into hope and He's raising up a new generation of storytellers!
Dec 01 2017 · 27mins
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