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Noel hosts a biweekly podcast where he explores the relentless grace of God directed at jacked-up people who don’t deserve it one bit. Most of the time he has a guest, sometimes he just rambles alone. Click here to check out the archives or subscribe to the podcast.

 

 

 

Featured Clips

Most of the following clips are from recent messages given at Riverview Church in Lansing, Michigan. Click here to watch the full length versions.

There are two types of rest that each one of us desperately needs, and the way to that rest is the same for both. Stop trying to do any other work and believe.

We can’t face temptation alone; we can’t face suffering alone; we can’t face death alone; we can’t face any of this alone. We need other people in our lives.

Jesus has set you free from the fear of death.

When your thinking contradicts what God says, who moves? Do you move? Or does God move?

We must acknowledge sin as sin before the dawn can rise in our lives as Jesus brings us from darkness to the light of His salvation.

When you forgive, you preach the Gospel to a hurting world.

 

 

 

Featured Articles

Noel sporadically writes blog posts here and on other sites around the interwebs. Click here to check out the archives.

Help My Unbelief by Barnabas Piper is a great read for those of us (probably all of us) who wonder why God "reveals Himself to us in a way that sparks questions rather than settles all of them."

Jesus Wins by Dayton Hartman is the end times book I have been looking for.

Would Jesus trick or treat? Should we?

Each year during the Halloween season, as a Public Service, I repost Noel’s World Famous Roasted Pumpkin Seeds Recipe. You are welcome. It’s truly the least I can do.

The utter inability to let a verbal (or online) offense go is becoming one of the defining traits of our generation and that is tragic because taking an offense well is a picture of the Gospel of Jesus.

I'm taking the month of July off of social media and I can't wait.

God’s grace is more than just a classic chorus, or a passive good will. It’s the power that invades the ugliest parts of our souls.

Bad leaders repel young leaders, good leaders raise up young leaders, and great leaders launch young leaders.