For Martin Luther King Junior Day, Mr. Carey Casey will share an inspiring message about racial unity and Christian love. He’ll also talk about the legacy passed on from his father and grandfather, who overcame hardships and blessed him through their accomplishments and the lessons they taught him.
When God examines our Christianity, will He find us diligently applying the Bible to our everyday life. Will He find us not stuck in religion, but knowing, and trusting Him with our eternity, never looking to another.
The Ephesian believers were surrounded by an immoral and impure culture, so Paul instructed them to reflect God’s love by the way they lived. Discover an unexpected antidote for immorality when you join us on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg.
In this sermon, Pastor Chuck Swindoll drops us into 1 Samuel 25 as though we’re watching a movie. There’s drama, tension, good guys, bad guys, and a happy ending . . . it’s the intriguing story of David, Nabal, and Abigail.
The hero of this story turns out to be Abigail whose wisdom and . . .
GRACE TO YOU is committed to the truth of God’s Word—even the hard truth you don’t always hear today. John will explain the danger you are in if you don’t know Christ . . . and, if you’re a believer he will help you communicate the gospel with conviction. So stay here as John continues his study . . .
In Nehemiah’s day, Jerusalem needed people willing to serve in a wide range of important roles. The Church needs that same willingness in our own generation. Dr. David Jeremiah shares Nehemiah’s vision for repopulating Jerusalem—a plan built on the commitment of its people.