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Growing in Grace

Mike Kapler & Joel Brueseke
ChristianityReligion & Spirituality

Growing in Grace is a weekly program featuring informal conversation to help with growth in understanding the gospel, and to live in the freedom that comes through Jesus Christ.

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Latest Episodes

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The Bondage of Seeking Repeated Forgiveness From God (Part 2)

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The Bondage of Seeking Repeated Forgiveness From God (Part 1)

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Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars from 84 ratings
  • please explain john: if we confess our sins, he is faithful and righteous, so that he will forgive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness

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    Lloyd Beardsley
    7 months ago
  • Gods amazing abundant grace

    I’ve been tremendously blessed by these podcasts... God bless you guys as you continue to help us to understand all the riches we have in Christ!! I enjoy the fact that it’s very relaxed and yet very scripturally sound bible exposition... I had never seen nor heard the parable of the prodigal son in light of Jews n Gentiles until I listened to your podcasts and it makes sense and shows the Fathers love for all mankind... I love that we exalt Jesus and His finished work and not what we can do to ... more

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    5
    Poksie
    United Kingdoma year ago
  • Great podcast

    Great podcast. I love the content. The episodes about Paul and James seeming conflicting views was confusing. Paul was talking about when men are justified before God (when they believed). James was speaking about justification among men. If you want to convince men of your faith, you must include works since men cannot see the heart like God can. So they do not disagree. They are talking of different things

    Apple Podcasts
    4
    Jax06J
    United Statesa year ago
  • All I can say is thanks

    First I thank God that He led Joe and Mike to do this. Their understanding of the scriptures is so clear I just wish I hadn’t been misled by so much legalistic teaching previously. I’ve listened to every podcast you have on growingingrace.org and now have peace with God and a understanding of the scriptures that makes sense. Thanks

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    old man skin
    United Statesa year ago
  • Has changed my Life

    I’ve been a Christian a long time and I’ve gone through the whole religious gamut of the law and do good get good philosophy. My husband and I have gone through some tough times with our kids and realized there has to be more than what we’re getting so we begin to search for truth and God led us to some wonderful grace teachings and this podcast. I have green so much from Joel and Mike and they’re short messages. I ordered Mikes book and have thoroughly enjoyed it. We want to do a home group an... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Mvanden
    United Statesa year ago

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