In this podcast, Jeff Jackson looks at the refugee discussion happening in our culture through a theological lens. Refugees and their resettlement is something we all need to come to terms with. The best place to start is by understanding how this issue intersects with the sovereignty of God. Click here to listen to the […]

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This is the first in a series of podcasts about refugees. All of a sudden, we Americans have an unusually high sensitivity about the topic. Fear that refugees are about to over run American cities has people on the verge of panic. Media and political rhetoric add fuel to the flames. In this first podcast, […]

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A Discussion about PTSD

Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a term used often in a number of different conversations. In this podcast, Jeff Jackson defines PTSD and discusses it as it relates to the care missionaries currently serving in a foreign field and returning and reintegrating back into a life in the States. Jeff mentioned some excellent resources. […]

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The Effect Part Two

God knew sending His Son was going to be costly, but He did it anyway. And He didn’t do it to keep us from escaping hell; that along with eternal life are important, incredible gifts, but they’re perks. What God intended was for us to have a personal, interactive relationship with Jesus. Through this, He can bridge […]

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The Effect Part One

This edition is the first half of The Effect, a talk Pastor Jeff Jackson gave at Calvary Chapel Central Bucks 2016 Missions Conference. In today’s podcast, we learn the scope of Jesus’s mission is global. God’s ability to bring unity from diversity is an incredible reflection of His glory. The Effect of God’s call on […]

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The Call Part Two

If every Christian is a missionary, then nobody’s a missionary. If everything is missions, then nothing is missions. Every follower of Jesus is called to declare the glory of God in their everyday lives and among the nations. In this podcast, we learn discipleship is relational, not informational. Discipleship is the passing on of eternal truths […]

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