Part of what it means to be a courageous follower of Christ is having the confidence of knowing that we're living out God's call for our lives. Crawford Lorrits says knowing God better will strengthen us and give us courage.
For most of us, courage isn't a natural response to the challenges we face in life. Crawford Loritts looks at the Old Testament example of Joshua and shows us how we can become courageous in what God has called us to.
The relationship of parents and children is one of the most important parts of the success of a society. David Jeremiah gleans insights from the Bible and his own ministry experience to help us form stronger families.
Prioritizing family over career is a struggle for many working parents. David Jeremiah looks at God's design for families and shows us how we can demonstrate Christ's love and strengthen our family relationships.
The Apostle Paul told the church at Philippi that he learned how to be content. David Jeremiah says every Christian can learn contentment, too, when we understand that Christ is all we have and all we need.
Philippians chapter four is a key text for learning contentment in the Christian life. David Jeremiah takes us to this passage of Scripture and helps find our contentment in Christ and the power of God.
Christians are on a lifelong transformation of becoming like Jesus Christ. Howard Hendricks teaches us that this will require and accurate assessment of the talents that God has given us and the things in our lives we need to change.
In Romans chapter twelve, Paul explains that the transformation of becoming more like Christ happens through the renewing of our minds. Howard Hendricks gives us practical ways to change how we think and thus become more like Jesus.
Our view of God and our view of ourselves can make all the difference in how we face trials and tribulations. Howard Hendricks explains that finding joy in suffering comes from distinguishing the permanent from the perishing.
The Apostle James tells us to count it all joy when we face various trials, but that's usually not our first response. Howard Hendricks helps us see the supernatural role that patience and wisdom play as we face suffering.
As a result of all of the shifts in philosophy and morality in our culture, the concept of love is grossly misunderstood. Ravi Zacharias takes us to the cross as our best model for understanding love and the center of the good news we have to share.
While secularism leads to a culture without shame, pluralism leads to a culture without reason. Ravi Zacharias identifies these shifts in our society and shows us how we can build our foundation on God's truth.
Ravi Zacharias points to three factors causing the decay of our culture: secularism, pluralism and privatization. He helps us see that when we drift from God's truth about Himself and about us, we find ourselves at the whim of our passions.
When people deny the truth of God's existence, they allow themselves to follow whichever belief system fits their lifestyle. Ian Leitch looks at the consequences of suppressing the truth and helps us get back on course.
One of the root causes of the moral meltdown in our society is a skewed view of truth. Ian Leitch takes us to a key passage in Romans chapter one for a look at what happens to people and societies that suppress the truth.