On this edition, we asked listeners to take note of the Biblical concept of worldliness, how to know what it is and avoid it.
We spent some time in Proverbs 3 on this edition of Take Note, coming to the conclusion that God wants what is best for us.
In Acts 16 a man asked “what must I do to be saved?” This is the same question we have today – and God gives us the same answer today.
Listen to the Old Testament narrative of three young Hebrew men who had their faith tested in a foreign land and stood firm.
On this edition of Take Note, we considered the Bible definition of meditate. What does it mean and how does it impact us?
The Lord Jesus Christ is described often in scripture as The Light. He calls us to reflect His light throughout the world.
Jesus describes a blessed person in Matthew chapter 5. We examine that passage on this edition, and ask if we are blessed.
Pastor Joe Henson recently presented a message on “How Our Bible Came to Us,” which was featured on the October 23, 2017 edition of Take Note.
The work of the Holy Spirit is prominently featured in the New Testament. In this edition, we read many key passages and focus on Spirit work.
The Apostle Paul was a “chosen vessel” for the Lord Jesus Christ, and today on Take Note we examine his story from Acts 9.
Jesus is a friend that sticks closer than a brother. We examine His words and example from scripture on a Take Note focused on friendship.
We spent some time in Galatians on this edition of Take Note, discussing the meaning and significance of Christian liberty.