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The podcast ministry of Return to the Word features the Bible teaching ministry of Mark Fontecchio and our Ask a Bible Teacher program. Explore our most recent episodes below and come discover the Bible with us! Listen to our Live Stream here.

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(Release Date: 6/6)

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The believer’s union with Christ changes everything. But what happens when Christians fail to live out the truth of their identity? Our responsibility is to seek those things from above. When the ...
Fontecchio, Mark
 
In a stunning turn of events, the Apostle Paul told the Christians at Ephesus that the Church is the Bride of Christ. But what exactly does this mean for the future of the Church? And how does this …
Fontecchio, Mark
 
It is a subject that has mystified Bible students for hundreds of years. Who was the human author used by God to write the book of Hebrews? Some have suggested Peter. Others believe it was Paul. W ...
Fontecchio, Mark
 
Throughout the history of mankind there have been many different attempts to completely destroy and eradicate the Bible from the face of this earth. The Word of God continues to stand. Find out why …
Fontecchio, Mark
 
The greatest servants of God struggled at times with their words. The tongue is full of poison and constantly wants to break out with words that destroy. Does this mean that the tongue cannot be ...
Fontecchio, Mark
 
Our words have the ability to build up our brothers and sisters in Christ and to glorify the Lord. They also have the terrifying ability to bring horrible destruction to the Body of Christ and to ...
Fontecchio, Mark
 
Martin Luther referred to James as a straw epistle. Many others have struggled to find the relationship between faith and works within this letter from James. The confusion that surrounds the book o …
Fontecchio, Mark
 
Is there anything a person can do, or is there a sin they can commit, to irrevocably and irreparably condemn them to Hell - such as blasphemy, taking the mark, worshipping the enemy, or selling t ...
Fontecchio, Mark
 
The blot of racial bias stains the pages of church history. Prejudice is common. Partiality comes when we least expect it. Partiality even shows up when we show deference towards the wealthy or ...
Fontecchio, Mark
 
James had reminded the brethren that even in the Christian life there are trials and temptations. But something else had arisen in the ranks of the faithful. Self-deception and hypocrisy had taken …
Fontecchio, Mark
 
Jesus had healed the sick and fed the masses. But now a storm had taken the disciples into despair. The One who had provided for the people had now sent them out into the stormy waters. There se …
Fontecchio, Mark
 
Does 1 John 1:9 lead us as believers to be in a constant state of confession? If we fail to confess our sins, how does this interact with our future rewards in Heaven? Can our failure to confess ou …
Fontecchio, Mark
 
Tucked into one of the most familiar stories in the entire New Testament is a testimony of God using the insignificant to provide for His people. God often uses people we would least expect to ...
Fontecchio, Mark
 
A man named Jesus had shown up in the land of Israel claiming to be the Messiah. Others had come before. Even more would come later. Was it possible that this man was worthy of the trust of the ...
Fontecchio, Mark
 
Psalm 103 is a hymn of praise to God that overflows from a heart supremely devoted to the Lord. David surveyed the love and compassion of God towards His people. Believers can rest on the promise ...
Fontecchio, Mark
 
James again reminds us that the trials of life are opportunities under God’s grace for growth in our faith and our walk with Christ. In these trials the temptation often comes to sin. God is not th …
Fontecchio, Mark
 
The Church at Jerusalem had been forced to scatter. Persecution had arisen. James, a key leader of the Church, was used by God to write this early letter to the Jewish Christians.
How were these …
Fontecchio, Mark
 
Christians have celebrated the resurrection of Christ for close to 2,000 years. But after His death and before His resurrection, did the body of Jesus decompose or rot in the grave? Can we even kn …
Fontecchio, Mark
 
The Church at Jerusalem had been forced to scatter. Persecution had arisen. James, a key leader of the Church, was used by God to write this early letter to the Jewish Christians.
But what exactly …
Fontecchio, Mark
 
Jerusalem was in a state of disrepair. Work on rebuilding the Temple of God by the Hebrew people had already come to a standstill. The Prophet Daniel mourned the present condition that the people of …
Fontecchio, Mark
 
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