From Moody Bible Institute's Founder's Week 2010, Josh Moody, pastor of College Church in Wheaton, Illinois reflects on the power in the cross of Christ Jesus.
In a tremendous story of courage and faith, we learn that following Christ is not always easy, but has eternal rewards.
Joanne Shetler shares her amazing story of God's power at work among the Balangao people in the Philippines.
Dedicated to the people of Papua New Guinea, we hear today of the fruit of faithful ministry in the jungles of this foreign land.
Wycliffe Bible translator Marilyn Laszlo shares the challenges and joys of translating God's Word.
Bible translator Marilyn Laszlo talks of her journey through the jungles of Papua New Guinea.
We close out our week of messages from Founder's Week 1983 with the late Dr. Warren Wiersbe. His series, "Five Lessons from the School of Faith" has looked at the Old Testament book of Genesis. Today we look at Genesis 20-22 with "How to Worship by Faith."
Our series from Warren Wiersbe at Founder's Week 1983 continues with a look at "How to Work by Faith" from the text in Genesis chapters eighteen and nineteen.
We continue our look back at the ministry of the late Warren Wiersbe, pastor, author and popular radio and conference speaker. His series takes a look at faith from the book of Genesis. Today, we turn to chapters sixteen and seventeen with the message, "How to Wait by Faith".
Just one month ago on May 2, the Lord Jesus called Warren Wiersbe home for his Eternal Reward. We have the privilege to go back over thirty years to hear him speak from a series on "Five Lessons from the School of Faith". Today, we look to Genesis 14 & 15 for "How to War by Faith".
With the recent home going of pastor and author Warren Wiersbe, we decided to go back to Founder's Week 1983 for a series called "Five Lessons from the School of Faith". Our first message, "Walk by Faith".
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.