Popular radio host and pastor Chip Ingram starts our week with steps to developing an authentic Christian life.
Stuart Briscoe finishes this week with his message, “Holiness without the Halo”.
The fourth and final message from Stuart Briscoe is titled, “A Prayer of Jesus”.
The Bible records many prayers from men of God. Today, Stuart Briscoe examines “A Prayer of Paul”.
Stuart Briscoe continues his series on biblical prayers today with “A Prayer of David”.
Stuart Briscoe examines the prayers of several biblical figures this week starting with a "Prayer of Daniel".
With his last message given at the Moody Bible Institute at Founder's Week 1982, the late Alan Redpath gives us a thorough look at the Necessary Dimension we find in prayer.
The Bible admonishes us to work out our salvation. The late Alan Redpath helps us to understand and apply this passage of Scripture.
Alan Redpath calls us to action today to consider the place of Christ in our lives on Today in the Word.
Dr. Alan Redpath is our speaker all this week on Today in the Word Radio. His message today is God's Provision for Holy Living.
We go back to Founder's Week 1966 for a message about obedience to God's Word with the late Alan Redpath.
We close out the week on Today in the Word with popular pastor, author, and radio host, Dr. Gary Chapman. His message is self-explanatory, “You and Your Adult Child".
Following the Founder’s Week 2008 theme of Be Still and Know, apologist Josh McDowell delivered “Be Still and Let the World Know He is God” Today in the Word.
God is our strength and our refuge. Dr. Michael Easley, former president of MBI and teaching pastor of Fellowship Bible Church of greater Nashville give his message “God is Our Refuge: We Will Not Fear”, Today in the Word.
Our look back at Moody Bible Institute’s 2008 Founder’s Week continues today with Pastor and author Tommy Nelson, senior pastor at Denton Bible Church in Denton, TX. His message is titled, “The Unchangeable in a Changing World".
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.