Pastor Mark Jobe says that we all have "withered" parts in our lives and that no one is fully whole. But, we need to step our of our comfort zones to deal with them. The man with the withered hand stood up in front of a judgemental crowd to deal with his and was restored as a result of his calling out to Jesus. Encouragement to keep going on today's Bold Steps.
We all have difficult and embarrassing areas of our lives that are hard to talk about. Today, Pastor Mark Jobe is in Luke 6 and looks at the story of the man with the withered hand. A journey of wholeness begins on this edition of Bold Steps.
Continuing his study in 2 Peter 2, Moody Bible Institute President, Mark Jobe says that in the proper season you will reap the harvest for doing good. Even if it's the godless and wicked who seem to be profiting the most in life. Justice is coming andGod is faithful. It's part of the ongoing series called, Bullseye Living: Staying On Target With God, on Bold Steps.
There are many false teachers and subtle distractions who can easily pull us off the road of faith. On today's Bold Steps, Pastor Mark Jobe warns us to keep an eye out for the fakes by knowing what the real thing looks like when it comes to those true to Christianity.
We all have "God moments" in our lives and it's important to remember them to keep our faith strong. But, Pastor Mark Jobe says that we also need to send those experiences through the grid of Scripture. Find out what he means on today's Bold Steps.
On today's Bold Steps, Moody Bible Instutute President, Mark Jobe says that the foundational things in our spiritual life can get fuzzy unless we are reminded of them over and over. Listen for some inspiration and encouragement to go back to the fundamentals of your faith.
Dr. Mark Jobe says that the Lord calls you to go beyond praying a prayer or just "getting by" in your spiritual walk with Him. You need to GROW! On Today's Bold Steps, a study in 2 Peter 1 and seven characteristics that need to be integrated into your faith now.
Today on Bold Steps, Moody Bible Institute President, Mark Jobe begins his new series, Bullseye Living: Staying On Target With God, with a question--Do I Have What It Takes? You have all the tools you need via God's power to live effectively for Him. Listen in to find out how to access them.
Jesus wrote to the church at Laodicea and told them that they looked good on the outside, but it didn't match the inside. They were as luke-warm spiritually as the tepid water in the city's water system. Pastor Mark Jobe issues a warning call on today's Bold Steps.
Today, on Bold Steps, it's time for a wake up call! Dr. Mark Jobe defines what it means to be luke-warm in your faith by examining one of the 7 churches in Revelation, Laodicea. It's part of the ongoing series, Deeper: Beyond Shallow Spirituality. If you're niether hot nor cold and sailing along comfortably somewhere in the middle, this message is for you.
Today, Moody Bible Institute President, Mark Jobe, reveals 5 short commands that God gave to the church at Sardis to help combat the "deadness" that had overtaken their hearts. And these apply directly to us today, as well. Be prepared for a challenge on this edition of Bold Steps.
On today's program Pastor Mark Jobe opens the book of Revelation--the authority on the "end times" and takes a closer look at one of the seven churches God confronted. Although they appeared fine on the outside, their heart didn't match. We'll open the doors of Sardis "the dead church" on this edition of Bold Steps.
Welcome to a new month of Bold Steps programs! Today is part 2 of a message given by Moody Bible Institute President, Mark Jobe titled, Prayer 101. He is working through the 6 P's of prayer and how the Lord's Prayer contains a specific pattern which we can follow.
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 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. Drawing on decades as a Chicago-based pastor, the new president of Moody Bible Institute brings clear Bible teaching to people from all walks of life.