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Bold Steps with Dr Mark Jobe

Air Time Monday-Friday 12:00 PM-12:30 PM

July 27, 2022

Stop Hijacking Your Relationships - Part 2

Are there any relationships in your life that seem to have gotten a little off-track?  Where peace and joy just don’t seem possible?  Well, on today's Bold Steps, Pastor Mark Jobe is continuing a message titled Stop Hijacking Your Relationships… where he’s outlining five biblical principles to help us reverse some of the toxic traits we may be carrying.  Mark’s first point was that we need to start being honest … and always speak the truth in love in our relationships … even when it’s uncomfortable.  His second principle is that we must avoid letting anger get a foothold in our lives.  Anger is a natural, and sometimes healthy emotion, but when we let it sit and simmer inside, we create an opportunity for the enemy to corrupt us. Join us for part 2 of the teaching in Ephesians 4.


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Dr. Mark Jobe

Mark Jobe serves as president of Moody Bible Institute and host of Moody Radio's Bold Steps. He is the author of Unstuck: Out of Your Cave into Your Call (Moody Publishers). He is also the founding pastor of New Life Community Church, a Chicago-based ministry with 27 locations throughout Chicago. Mark earned a diploma from Moody in 1984, a master’s degree from Moody Theological Seminary, and a doctorate in transformational leadership from Bakke Graduate University. He and his wife, Dee, have three adult children.

Bold Steps with Dr. Mark Jobe

Bold Steps with Dr. Mark Jobe takes you on the path to freedom and authenticity in Christ. With candid, topical teaching from God’s Word, Dr. Jobe offers simple gospel messages with the power to transform your life.