After a sermon on repentance, Pastor Caleb and Pastor Branden look at the legacy and significance of the use of sackcloth and ashes as well as prepare us for the upcoming 40 Days of Prayer and Fasting.
Guest host Pastor Mike and Pastor Branden discuss how adjusting our physical posture can place us in a mental and spiritual position of praise and worship.
In this episode, Pastor Branden and Pastor Caleb reflect on what it means look out for one another by maintaining a generous spirit, both financially and otherwise.
Pastor Branden and Pastor Caleb reflect on the importance of protecting yourself and others from external threats by fighting internally, setting up boundaries and safeguards, and resisting comfortability.
Pastor Branden and Pastor Caleb discuss the hope we have in Christ to proceed confidently and take a deeper look at how the gates of Jerusalem play in to our understanding of end times.
Pastor Branden and Pastor Caleb discuss the context for chapter 2 of Nehemiah, taking a look at the potential connections between Esther and Nehemiah. Then they take a moment to discuss Nehemiah’s involvement with the government and politics of the time and the lessons we can take away for our engagement in politics today.
Starting a new series and a new era for Dive Deep, Pastor Branden and Pastor Caleb have a discussion on chapter 1 of Nehemiah, looking at the boldness of Nehemiah’s prayer and the burden of his heart. Pastor Branden also discuss the future of the series and what to expect this summer at CWC.
Pastor Arlie sits down for his final episode of Dive Deep to reflect on the legacy of the podcast, his future plans, and also his reactions to his retirement celebration.
Sharon Davis shares a humorous memory and Caleb and Pastor Arlie reflect upon the many memories made on CWC’s campus. Then they discuss the joy that awaits us in our eventual, heavenly home.
Pastor Arlie and Caleb reflect upon the many mission trips that CWC has taken to Guatemala and talk about the importance of giving a salvation message on days like Mothers Day.