CLICK ON VIMEO ICON OR WATCH HERE . The Bible says that the nation of Israel followed God faithfully throughout the life of Joshua and the elders who succeeded him. But when that generation of leaders died out, the Israelites spent the next 400 years in a cycle: disobedience, punishment, repentance, and deliverance (Judges 2:10). So the new generation began to worship the...
Speaker: Dave Stone
God has given me the gift of recruiting volunteers. It’s not a splashy gift like prophecy, healing or miracles. Recruitment is not a spiritual gift but requires the use of many of them. I’ve enlisted thousands of volunteers for multitudinous ministries: missions, music, students, discipleship, evangelism and prayer teams. Here’s what I’ve learned along the way. 1. ...
Author: Julie Barrier
Do you believe in Jesus? I’ve believed in Jesus since October of 1983. When I first came to Christ I knew almost nothing. I had a sense that there was a God, but wasn’t sure. I also had a sense, before I was ever exposed to Christianity in any meaningful way, that if I died I would not go to Heaven, but would go to Hell. MY STORY Everyday I drove by a church and...
Author: Tom Terry
Elijah, the Tishbite, undergoes a season of construction to become a transformed man of God. As he matures in his faith, Elijah becomes more like Christ and more useful to God. Surrender in our darkest moments is not easy, but it can shape our character into the person God desires.
Speaker: Jack Schull
Scripture: 1 Kings 17:1-21, 2 Corinthians 3:18, Philippians 1:6
Topic: Process of Spiritual Growth
Caleb modeled radical faith into his later years. King Asa, in contrast, trusted in his allies rather than God. Instead of getting comfortable and complacent as we age, we should surrender more, release more, rely more upon God. Finish stronger than you started. Take risks and see how God comes through. The goal is to live "happily ever after" when God will say, "Well done,...
Speaker: Francis Chan
Topic: Faith, Perseverance
Revelation 2:17 "He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To the one who conquers I will give some of the hidden manna, and I will give him a white stone, with a new name written on the stone that no one knows except the one who receives it." Once again, like the two previous calls, the one who hears is called to obey. Hebrew has no word for...
Author: Eli Lyzorkin-Eyzenberg
Topic: Heaven , Hell
The fog of the broken heart. It’s a dark fog that slyly imprisons the soul and refuses easy escape. It’s a heavy cloud that honors no hour and respects no person. Depression, discouragement, disappointment, doubt…all are companions of this dreaded presence. The fog of the broken heart disorients our life. It makes it hard to see the road. Dim your lights. Wipe off the...
Author: Max Lucado
How do we give our lives to God with complete abandon? What does worship look like in our daily lives as well as on Sunday mornings? This series unpacks God's plan to worship Him in spirit and in truth.
Type: Bible Study
Dear Roger, I am presently pastoring a church in a remote area in Nigeria, a community of idol worshipers. My neighbor joined the church. In the process, I discovered that he was in so many religious societies. Free Masons, Ogboni Fraternity, and there is a strong local Juju idol worshipper to which he is strongly attached. He wants the freedom to practice...
Type: Ask Roger
Author: Roger Barrier
The false prophet in Revelation is the mouthpiece for the Antichrist and brings the world to its knees to worship this false Savior. Who is he and what does he say? Preached at Denton Bible Church. Used by permission.
Speaker: Tommy Nelson