Complaining shows a loss of perspective, a failure to remember who is in control.
A man needs to constantly remind himself that his real job is his wife and children.
God has things He can teach us while He's seemingly MIA and we're wandering about or feeling abandoned.
One of the best ways to protect yourself against immorality is submitting your life to the scrutiny of another person.
To really experience His peace, we must come to Him with thankful hearts.
The spiritual victory will go to those Christians who are willing to enter enemy territory and engage in warfare.
Christine Hoover, Barbara Neumann, Sue Edwards, and Scott Sauls talk about the value of being intentional in friendships even when it's difficult.
Ken Ham tells of his burden to build a quality museum that teaches the truth about God's creation. After extensive research, a world-class facility was built that allows visitors to walk through the Bible.
Ken Ham talks about growing up in Australia with parents who loved God's Word and His people. Ham describes how his father's love for God motivated all he did.
Having a heart for God means you'll have a life that matters. Dennis Rainey shares his thoughts on seven decisions you'll never regret.
What kind of decision are you making today? For years Dennis Rainey has been sharing seven principles to live life by. Find out why seeking God is the beginning of it all.
Why believe in Christ? J. Warner Wallace, along with his wife, Susie, explain that forensic faith is having good evidence that something is true and believing it.
J. Warner and Susie Wallace recall how they investigated the Gospels and eventually believed that what the Scriptures said about God and their own condition and needs was true.
J. Warner Wallace, a cold-case homicide detective, and his wife, Susie, tell how he applied his investigative skills to his study of the Bible, sure he could prove it wrong.
The admonishment of Ephesians 4 to put off the old and put on the new applies in unique ways to blended families. Pastor Tim Lundy concludes his message on Ephesians 4.
Ephesians 4 teaches that, for those of us in Christ, we must put off the old way of life and put on who we are in Christ. Tim Lundy shares a message to blended families from this Scripture.
Paul Miller, David Nasser, and Megan Hill encourage listeners to draw close to God our Father through prayer.
Your past is not the final word. Let your invisible accuser drive you toward God and not away from Him.
What started out as a one-house remodeling project has blossomed into a passion and a calling for Dan Wallrath. Hear how God grabbed his heart to help the men and women who have served our country.
A friend contacted Dan Wallrath about remodeling their home for their son, who had sustained a severe head injury in the war. Find out how making this home wheelchair accessible changed several lives.
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Susan Yates talks about making a conscious choice to trust God each moment of the day. Yates, a mother of five grown children, remembers her first Christmas as an empty-nester.
Emotionally and physically depleted author Susan Yates whispered "Help me, Lord," and was surprised by the words God spoke to her heart. Her solution, she realized, was to get to know how big God was.
Giving thanks is not just for God’s glory—it’s for our good.
It is only as my view of Him increases that I will be more able to view my issues with a proper perspective.
Hollywood and Christianity often seem at odds-but are they really? Screenwriter and author Brian Bird shares about his role in the making of a new motion picture that hits theaters this weekend.
Spring is in the air, and with it many gardening metaphors pertaining to Christian growth. Guests Bob Lepine and Barbara Rainey talk about soil and the fine art of nuturing life.
List of Christian literature classics that address humility and virtue.
You don't first fix marriages horizontally, you fix them first vertically, says author and counselor Paul David Tripp. It's disastrous if we forget the Gospel in our marriges.
Author and counselor Paul David Tripp says the little, day-to-day moments in a marriage are profound. Because if God is there in the little moments, they are supremely important.