Dwell On These Things

Dwell On These Things

John Stange

About Dwell On These Things

What does it look like to live out Philippians 4:8? "Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable—if there is any moral excellence and if there is any praise—dwell on these things." Talk to yourself like God talks to you! In Dwell on These Things, pastor and author John Stange shows how, instead of living at the mercy of whatever thought pops into your mind, you can choose to

🙏 Replace feelings of discouragement with a sense of God’s goodness
🙏 Practice seeing yourself in the loving way God sees you
🙏 Exchange negative self-talk for positive biblical messages
🙏 Learn to face the day with hope in your heart

There’s no need to remain stuck thinking unhelpful thoughts. Learn how you can fill your mind with encouraging, life-enriching truths through a gospel-saturated, thirty-one-day challenge that can help you replace a destructive mindset with a positive, empowering, and godly one.

Listen to Pastor John Stange's other podcasts:

Chapter-A-Day Audio Bible
Daily Devotions with Pastor John

To read more from John, visit https://www.biblestudyheadquarters.com/. 

Meet your Host

John Stange

John Stange is the Lead Pastor of Core Creek Community Church in Langhorne, PA and has been serving in pastoral ministry for the past 25 years.

John hosts three faith-based podcasts: "The Chapter-A-Day Audio Bible," “Daily Devotions with Pastor John,” and "Dwell on These Things." At present, his shows have been downloaded over 10 million times by listeners throughout the world. Creating online content has become a major facet of his ministry.

John has also written over 30 books, most of which are focused on spiritual growth, leadership development, marriage enrichment and the practical aspects of following Jesus.

John married his wife Andrea four weeks before they started serving at their first church together. They have been married since 1998 and have four children.

To learn more about John or read his blog, please visit BibleStudyHeadquarters.com.