5 Miracles of Knowing God’s Extravagant Love

5 Miracles of Knowing God’s Extravagant Love

Some of us grew up with the wrong concept of God—an angry God who was looking for us to mess up. But that’s not who God is! It’s SO important to have an accurate concept of God. Pastor Gregory Dickow shares five miracles that come into our lives when we know His extravagant love. Jesus obliterated every wrong conception of God through the act of the cross by love! He has always loved us and always will! Expect only love!

These 3 Attitudes Are Holding You Back From Your Dreams | Think Like a Champion EP 20

These 3 Attitudes Are Holding You Back From Your Dreams | Think Like a Champion EP 20

Welcome to Think Like a Champion, our twentieth podcast dedicated to helping us win in every way and enjoy every day. The Bible tells us Jesus’ yoke is easy, and His burden is light. God created us to travel light. We don’t have to carry the heavy weight of burdens, pressure, and stress. How can we cut the baggage off of our lives? In this week’s episode, Pastor Gregory Dickow unpacks three attitudes that keep us in our past, rob us of our future, and potentially give satan access. We have authority over him. He cannot take advantage of us when we are not ignorant of his schemes. Our God is HUGE. He is ultimately the most loving, creative, and generous Being in the universe. We can choose to leave unforgiveness, unbelief, and unthankfulness behind. When we do, we can rebuild the life of our dreams we desire.

You Mean THIS Much to God | 10:30AM

You Mean THIS Much to God | 10:30AM

Favor, grace, kindness, and forgiveness are free. God has purchased them for us. And it is not because we have promised God anything, but because He has promised them to us. Pastor Gregory Dickow shows us that the actual function of Christianity is firmly rooted in God’s character—His kindness, mercy, forgiveness, gentleness, sweetness, and love. The Christianity of the Bible is demonstration after demonstration of God’s love for us and how much we mean to Him. He has always loved us and always will. Expect love, love, and more love!