Dr. Gary Chapman addresses the students at the Moody Bible Institute on the cultural phenomenon of falling in Love.
Dr. Gary Chapman starts our week with a series of messages from MBI Spiritual Enrichment Week in 1989.
We close out our week with Dr. John Stott with his teaching on Ephesians chapter five.
From Ephesians chapter four we learn the importance of the purity of the Church of Christ, says Dr. John Stott.
From Ephesians chapter three, the Apostle Paul's theme is for unity within the body of Christ.
Dr. John Stotts asserts that Jesus Christ is calling us to create a new society based upon the Gospel.
Dr. John Stott starts a five-part series going through the entire book of Ephesians with chapter one.
From Genesis chapter 6 we understand better the role of Creation as shown in the Flood of Noah's time.
Understanding the process of Creation, Dr. Whitcomb looks at the methods of Creation.
The processes God used are considered in light of what science has suggested as the origin of creation.
Looking into the Biblical account of Creation, we start with the first book of Genesis.
Dr. John Whitcomb Jr. starts his five-part series on Creation with a look at the God of Creation.
You have heard it said the we live in an imperfect world and with imperfect relationships. Mark Bailey says there is hope!
President of Dallas Seminary, Mark Bailey speaks to us from MBI's Founder's Week Bible Conference in 2012.
Mark Bailey delivers his third message in a series from MBI's Pastors' Conference from 2002.
Phil Shappard is the National Operations Manager for Moody Radio in Chicago. He first started in radio ministry at Moody Radio station WDLM which is located in the Quad Cities area of Northwest Illinois in the early 1980s, then moving to radio station WMBI in 1983. Departing Moody Radio for a few years of education he returned to Moody Radio to oversee the Moody Radio Network national operations which, thirty years later, he still oversees. Phil’s passion is the preservation of Moody Radio’s rich radio heritage for future generations.