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Hello Pastor Mike!

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Say "Hello Pastor Mike!" As a Pastor (since 1986) and Police Chaplain (since 1995), I am often invited to join people on their life journey. Via this channel, I invite you to join me on mine. If you are interested in growing spiritually, in your relationship with God as well as with those in your world, I encourage you to dive into some of my video conversations. I think you will find some helpful resources. And if you have a love for nature, I invite you to join me on my motorcycle excursio ...
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Time of Grace With Pastor Mike Novotny

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Time of Grace is for people who want more growth and less struggle in their spiritual walk. We connect people to God’s grace so they know they are loved and forgiven and so they can start living in the freedom they’ve always wanted. In addition to podcasts, our ministry delivers the timeless truth of God’s Word through television, print, and digital media with millions of content engagements each month. Time of Grace is a donor-supported effort. If you would like to give a gift of support, p ...
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Who is God? What is he like? What does he think of you? What exactly was Jesus all about? How do you get “saved”? And what does “getting saved” mean anyway? What can you do if you want to know the answers to these questions? Pastor Mike wants to help you understand who our big, amazing God is. This podcast won’t answer every question you have about God, Jesus, or faith. But it will help you start your journey to understanding the hope and love that can only come from God. You can also downlo ...
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Pastor Mike has led his very popular Bible study class for many years. His class is an overview of scripture, from Genesis through Revelation. Along the way he looks at the Bible's original authors and the cultures in which they lived; he examines the communities for whom the scriptures were written, and asks questions about the Bible's meaning for today. People who have taken the class report that they had never heard some of the ideas he presents, and that it opened the Bible in a new and ...
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Pride isn't always thinking too much of ourselves; sometimes it's just thinking of ourselves too much. And that self-focus often leads to a mess. So how do we humble ourselves? Where do we start? Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: How can we express the importance of marriage to the younger generation when our culture doesn’t respect biblical vi…
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Read 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18; 1 Corinthians 15:47-55At Christ’ Return, SIX things will take place:1. Jesus will descend from heaven to earth with a commanding shout. 2. Jesus will arrive with the call of the Archangel. 3. Jesus will arrive with God’s trumpet blast.4. Dead Christians in the grave will rise first to meet Him. 5. Alive Christians on e…
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Hell is a relic from a fear-based, fire-and-brimstone age, a cruel tool used by church authorities to maintain power and control. So why did Jesus himself mention it so much? Why is he the number-one user of the word “hell” in the entire Bible? Why was he unembarrassed to talk about fire, darkness, and eternal death? Modern Christians need to know …
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Hell is a relic from a fear-based, fire-and-brimstone age, a cruel tool used by church authorities to maintain power and control. So why did Jesus himself mention it so much? Why is he the number-one user of the word “hell” in the entire Bible? Why was he unembarrassed to talk about fire, darkness, and eternal death? Modern Christians need to know …
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Say “damn” in mixed company and few will blink. Say “doctrine” and most will stare. According to contemporary culture, doctrine is something archaic, oppressive, and unhealthy for our souls. But Pastor Mike pushes us today to think about doctrine more critically as we ask ourselves, "What do I believe, and why do I believe it?" while we examine whe…
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Say “damn” in mixed company and few will blink. Say “doctrine” and most will stare. According to contemporary culture, doctrine is something archaic, oppressive, and unhealthy for our souls. But Pastor Mike pushes us today to think about doctrine more critically as we ask ourselves, "What do I believe, and why do I believe it?" while we examine whe…
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Asking us to submit is seen as the most offensive idea of our day. To submit to political power, the "head of the household," or organized religion betrays America's strongest and highest value of "my truth." But the God of love, law, and order disagrees. He calls us to submit to him, to governing authorities, to church leaders, and to husbands. Pa…
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Asking us to submit is seen as the most offensive idea of our day. To submit to political power, the "head of the household," or organized religion betrays America's strongest and highest value of "my truth." But the God of love, law, and order disagrees. He calls us to submit to him, to governing authorities, to church leaders, and to husbands. Pa…
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"Dirty words" in the Bible? Yes, and you may be surprised what the words are. Pastor Mike and Amber Albee Swenson discuss Pastor Mike's new upcoming sermon series, "Dirty Bible Words." They also work into the conversation how Amber may be running for president, how Pastor Mike's love of peach rings relates to this topic, and an update on Pastor Mik…
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"Forgiveness" might not seem like an offensive word until we think about what it actually means: giving grace to people who deserve only punishment. Culture would prefer to cancel, label, and dismiss the guilty, but God’s f-word interrupts our system of justice and offers the grace of sending sins away. Part 2 of 2 Today's Tough Questions: What if …
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The Kick-Off of our brand new teaching series ETERNITY with @HelloPastorMike This series will be followed every week by a mid-week podcast answering any questions that you might have about the topics we will cover each week.EternityRead 1 Thessalonian 1:1-3, 10Three Early Church Attributes:1. Faithful work.2. Loving deeds.3. An anticipation of Chri…
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"Forgiveness" might not seem like an offensive word until we think about what it actually means: giving grace to people who deserve only punishment. Culture would prefer to cancel, label, and dismiss the guilty, but God’s f-word interrupts our system of justice and offers the grace of sending sins away. Part 1 of 2 Today's Tough Questions: Is It Ba…
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When life seems unfair and we're crying out to God in prayer, why does he take so long to bring about justice? Why do we need to keep knocking and keep praying? Pastor Mike says there is a reason why Jesus makes us wait. Part 2 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: How Can the Harsh OT God Be the Loving NT God? ** Program note: This is the radio edit of o…
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When life seems unfair and we're crying out to God in prayer, why does he take so long to bring about justice? Why do we need to keep knocking and keep praying? Pastor Mike says there is a reason why Jesus makes us wait. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: What Does God Say About Asexuality? ** Program note: This is the radio edit of our program!…
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Prayer should be simple, right? You talk; God listens. But it's not always that easy because there are two big dangers that happen when you try to pray. How do you avoid them? Fortunately for us, Jesus pointed out these problems and then gave brilliant solutions like only he could. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: — Is It a Sin to Wear Legging…
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Prayer should be simple, right? You talk; God listens. But it's not always that easy because there are two big dangers that happen when you try to pray. How do you avoid them? Fortunately for us, Jesus pointed out these problems and then gave brilliant solutions like only he could. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: — How Do We Push Through Unce…
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If you had to grade your prayer life, what would you give yourself? If there's room to improve, what can you do? There's a simple truth, Pastor Mike says, that will bring you one step closer to the prayer life so many of us crave. Part 2 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: What Can I Do if My Adult Kids No Longer Believe? ** Program note: This is the ra…
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1. Life is characterized by seasons.• Ecclesiastes 3:1-82. Eternity awaits us all.• Ecclesiastes 3:11• John 6:403. Strive to be rich; which encompasses more than having money.• Ecclesiastes 5:10-20• Ecclesiastes 9:7-104. Whatever you do, give your best effort.5. Live with an understanding that life isn’t always fair.• Ecclesiastes 9:11-126. Whateve…
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If you had to grade your prayer life, what would you give yourself? If there's room to improve, what can you do? There's a simple truth, Pastor Mike says, that will bring you one step closer to the prayer life so many of us crave. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: Are We Responsible for Others' Sins? ** Program note: This is the radio edit of o…
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You're not the best, the strongest, the fastest, the most patient, or the most loving. But God isn't waiting for that day or that year when you finally start winning a few victories. It's when you feel stuck and at your weakest when you see God's glory. Part 2 of 2. Today's Tough Questions: - When Do My Thoughts Cross the Line to Lust and Sin? - Wh…
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You're not the best, the strongest, the fastest, the most patient, or the most loving. But God isn't waiting for that day or that year when you finally start winning a few victories. It's when you feel stuck and at your weakest when you see God's glory. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Question: How Do We Know Who's a True Christian? ** Program note: Thi…
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"Let my people go," God said 3,500 years ago to the king of Egypt who enslaved God's people. God fought to set his people free. And though he no longer uses frogs or flies like he did back then, God still fights for us today. Pastor Mike shares two of those ways in today's message. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Question: Women aren't allowed to hold h…
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Mike deeps dive into Acts 3 when Peter and John heal a man who was lame for 40 years. Read Acts 3:1-111. Legacy invitations are often encountered during the daily rhythms of life.2. Legacy invitations require a willingness to participate.3. Don’t let a lack of resources keep you from:a. Asking. b. Being available. c. Engaging people. d. Offering so…
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"Let my people go," God said 3,500 years ago to the king of Egypt who enslaved God's people. God fought to set his people free. And though he no longer uses frogs or flies like he did back then, God still fights for us today. Pastor Mike shares two of those ways in today's message. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Question: Must a Christian Attend Church…
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When life gets messy and complicated, we find ourselves wanting to tap out, give up, and object to God. But God doesn't give up on us. Pastor Mike shows us three things God does to overcome our objections and arguments with him while providing for us during our time of need. Part 2 of 2. Today's Tough Question: Why Would God Allow Good Kids to Die?…
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When life gets messy and complicated, we find ourselves wanting to tap out, give up, and object to God. But God doesn't give up on us. Pastor Mike shows us three things God does to overcome our objections and arguments with him while providing for us during our time of need. Part 1 of 2. Today's Tough Question: Can We Live Together Before Marriage?…
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God certainly can do miracles. But he normally doesn't. Instead, he works through the most natural people and natural means. Pastor Mike explores the story of Moses to uncover three ways God works through ordinary people like us. Part 2 of 2. ** Program note: This is the radio edit of our program! On April 29, "Time of Grace With Mike Novotny" star…
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God certainly can do miracles. But he normally doesn't. Instead, he works through the most natural people and natural means. Pastor Mike explores the story of Moses to uncover three ways God works through ordinary people like us. Part 1 of 2. ** Program note: This is the radio edit of our program! On April 29, "Time of Grace With Mike Novotny" star…
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At the very end of the book of Job, God shows up to talk to Job, who needed an answer to why he had to suffer and endure such unfathomable pain. But spoiler alert: Job never gets an answer. That's because, Pastor Mike says, we need to remember who we are and who God is. Part 2 of 2. ** Program note: This is the radio edit of our program! On April 2…
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1. Legacy mom’s parent in community. • Read Luke 1:26-56 • Read Luke 2:21-38 • Read uke 2:41-44 2. Legacy mom’s empower their child in community.• Read John 2:1-12 3. Legacy mom’s offer support in community.• Read John 19:16-27 4. Legacy mom’s pray anticipatorily in community. • Read Acts 1:14 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify…
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At the very end of the book of Job, God shows up to talk to Job, who needed an answer to why he had to suffer and endure such unfathomable pain. But spoiler alert: Job never gets an answer. That's because, Pastor Mike says, we need to remember who we are and who God is. Part 1 of 2. ** Program note: This is the radio edit of our program! On April 2…
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When we're in pain or when tragedy has struck, it's natural to ask, "Why?" But, Pastor Mike warns, demanding an answer to that question can be dangerous. Because when we incorrectly answer it or insist on trying to find out why, it can all go wrong. Instead, reading through the book of Job, we discover two truths that help us when we don't know the…
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When we're in pain or when tragedy has struck, it's natural to ask, "Why?" But, Pastor Mike warns, demanding an answer to that question can be dangerous. Because when we incorrectly answer it or insist on trying to find out why, it can all go wrong. Instead, reading through the book of Job, we discover two truths that help us when we don't know the…
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How should we respond when people we care about are in pain? We want to say the right words and do the right things. But we don't know exactly what those right things are, making it easy to get it wrong and cause more pain. Instead, here are two big ideas Pastor Mike shares on what we can expect after tragedy—and what we can do. Part 2 of 2. ** Pro…
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How should we respond when people we care about are in pain? We want to say the right words and do the right things. But we don't know exactly what those right things are, making it easy to get it wrong and cause more pain. Instead, here are two big ideas Pastor Mike shares on what we can expect after tragedy—and what we can do. Part 1 of 2. ** Pro…
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When life is hard and it doesn't feel like God is doing enough to relieve us of the pain, we start to question God and his love for us. But, Pastor Mike warns, to do that is exactly what the devil wants. Instead, we can follow the example of a man named Job who suffered a level of pain and loss we can't begin to imagine. How can we respond like Job…
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