In the Hebrew Scriptures, God’s Wisdom is personified as a woman calling out in the streets, trying to get the attention of busy passers by. DI Audio attempts to join Lady Wisdom in shining light onto the intersection of faith and everyday life.
Dr. Jeremy Berg is the founding and lead pastor of MainStreet Covenant Church and Professor of Bible & Theology at Solid Rock Discipleship School in Minnesota. Jeremy earned a Doctorate in New Testament Context with Dr. Scot McKnight at Northern Seminary and holds a MA in Theological Studies from Bethel Seminary, and BA in Biblical Studies from Bethel University. He and his wife, Kjerstin, have three kids, Peter, Isaak and Abigail.
This year Ash Wednesday felt even darker than other years. A service that ends with ashes smeared on your forehead with the words, “From the dust you came, and to dust you shall return,” is always a bit of a downer. But our mortality feels a bit more […]
Sometimes Jesus needs to invade our personal space, even spitting in our face and poking us in the eye, in order to get our attention and help us see more clearly. In this Sunday sermon, Jeremy explores Mark 8.
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We so easily become bound by a common social status or style of music rather than by Jesus’ word, table, or cross because in a free market the customer, rather than Christ, is king.
What do you think of these six leadership qualities? Which is lacking most among leaders today? Which is the hardest for you?
This week’s sermon looks at Elijah/Elisha as a model master/discipleship relationship and what this remarkable story can teach us about following Jesus today. Plus some flashbacks from Jeremy’s Israel trip one year ago. Text: 2 Kings 2:1-12.
Having thousands of people attending your church, whether it be in person or online, doesn’t indicate that you have a healthy church. It means you have a popular church. The number of views on your Facebook video don’t always translate into hearts being changed.
I love words. I especially love when God stoops down and kisses us through another’s words. The Word becomes flesh again and makes His presence known through a thoughtful card from a friend, or an encouraging chat over coffee, or a personal letter from a pastor.
“The difference between the almost right word and the right word is really a large matter—it’s the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning.” -Mark Twain
Are our hearts open and receptive to God? Jonnie explores this question in the Gospel of Mark.