A Strategy for Reaching the World for Christ

Dr. Charles Petitt, President of Piedmont International University, leads a look at the Great Commission.

Sharing the Good News of the Messiah

How do you share the Gospel with people who live in your country but have a totally different culture? Why would you do so? How can Jewish people hear about the Messiah? Can Jewish people believe in Jesus?

A Look at Missions

Fran Schmidt wonders aloud if it is okay to ask God to bless us. What is proper to ask the God who created the universe? How can we approach God in our prayer and avoid treating Him as if He is a genie?

An Inevitable Choice

I was born in the US, so that makes me a Christian, doesn't it? I've been a good person and that is all that is necessary, right? Marion Ross passionately addresses that type of thinking in today's program.

If the World Hates You

What is the Christian's relationship to the world? What should it look like? What are some of the glories of being a Christian? Are there any persecutions for being a Christian?

Loving the Branches

What key relationships are addressed by Jesus in John 15?

What does it Mean to Abide in Christ? - Part 2

What four thoughts must be kept in mind in order to understand John 15:1-11?

What does it mean to abide in Christ?

What is the believer's relationship with Christ? What does it mean to abide?

Growing Spiritually in 2017

Are you growing in your faith? What do you point to as growth? Are you more like Jesus than you were a year ago? What is your spiritual growth rate?

Communion

What is communion? Why are Christians encouraged to observe communion periodically? What if I partake of it unworthily?

Christmas

What makes Christmas so different from any other holiday? What makes Christmas so special? What is a gift that Jesus might like to get from you?

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