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Anchorpoint Radio

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Anchorpoint radio

The primary goal of the Anchorpoint radio broadcast is to present God's offer of salvation through sound gospel preaching. In today's religious climate, the clear claims of the Gospel message have been lost. We strive to expose people again to the Bible's message of man's ruin and God's remedy. Also, we present scripturally based doctrinal and practical Bible teaching for believers who want to learn more about the God they have come to know.
These radio broadcasts are supported by believers who gather in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ and seek to follow New Testament church principles in the practice of their faith. Contrary to most other gospel outreaches, we do not ask for donations of any kind. God's message of forgiveness is free and without obligation.

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Through This Man

One of the primary differences between a man-made religion and the gospel of the grace of God is in one simple word – done. You see the work of salvation has already been provided in the death of Christ on the cross of Calvary. It is “through Him” alone that we can be saved. Today’s gospel message takes a look at the basics of the gospel message – the sin problem, a holy God, the need for all of us to acknowledge and repent of our sin, and the forgiveness offered by God Himself in sending Christ to pay the great debt that we could never pay. ‘Through this man is preached unto you the forgiveness of sins.’ It’s a wonderful message that we hope will help you understand God’s way of salvation.

What is Your Response?

One of the primary differences between a man-made religion and the gospel of the grace of God is in one simple word – done. You see the work of salvation has already been provided in the death of Christ on the cross of Calvary. It is “through Him” alone that we can be saved. Today’s gospel message takes a look at the basics of the gospel message – the sin problem, a holy God, the need for all of us to acknowledge and repent of our sin, and the forgiveness offered by God Himself in sending Christ to pay the great debt that we could never pay. ‘Through this man is preached unto you the forgiveness of sins.’ It’s a wonderful message that we hope will help you understand God’s way of salvation.

Works Don't Work

One of the biggest problems in gospel preaching is for people to get what God is trying to tell them - they are sinners and their 'good' works are unable to get them one step closer to heaven. God can never compromise His standard of righteousness. There is only one who ever lived who pleased God in all respects - One who was as perfect as God Himself. Yes, it was the Lord Jesus Christ. As the sinless substitute, He alone was able to bring us poor sinners back to God. What a wonderful truth is this! 

Without Christ in the World

The life story of every Christian can be divided into 3 separate time periods.The first one is the time of life spent ‘WITHOUT Christ’. We all arrived into the world as sinners, and as such, separated from God - without God and without hope in the world. What a sad condition indeed! But, after we acknowledge our sin and trust Christ, the Bible describes us as ‘IN Christ’. And what a glorious truth this is! We are seen by God as if we had never sinned – we stand before God in the righteousness of Christ Himself. And it is during this time that we are able to live our lives for His glory, enjoying His presence along the way. And finally, the third section is ‘WITH Christ’. That is, we have a secure future in heaven and will be experience the joys of Christ forever. How wonderful is that?

            

Born Again - Why and How

In this week's broadcast, we are considering an interview between the Lord Jesus Christ and a man called Nicodemus. There is some shock factor in the conversation and Nicodemus felt it. You see Nicodemus approached the Lord as merely a teacher that could teach him more about God. He wasn’t prepared for the Lord’s pronouncement – “You must be born again.” But how wonderful that Nicodemus responded to Christ’s words and trusted Him alone for his salvation. We hope that you will too. So, how about it? Have you ever been born again?