Maybe your church preaches the Bible . . . takes missions seriously . . . and doesn’t tolerate sin . . . but it’s not what you would call warm and inviting. It’s not a place where an outsider would immediately know that these people really care for and love one another. John MacArthur’s current study on GRACE TO YOU has the practical wisdom you need. John’s making . . . A Plea for Unity—that’s the title of our series.
Whether you’re part of a megachurch in a big city or a small group of believers in a little town . . . your church faces challenges congregations have faced in every age, in every location. As Solomon said, “there is nothing new under the sun.”Thankfully, the solutions to those challenges are also timeless, as you’ll see today on GRACE TO YOU. John MacArthur’s continuing his series . . . A Plea for Unity
What effect would your church have on its community if everyone was of the same mind . . . completely united in a desire to glorify Christ? And how can you help your local congregation achieve that kind of harmony?Consider that today on GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur begins his study called . . . A Plea for Unit
Maybe you feel lonely in your marriage . . . or your spouse is an unbeliever . . . or not living in the way God intends. In those tough situations, what do you do? John MacArthur has helpful answers today on GRACE TO YOU. Stay here for a special interview that we call . . . “Straight Talk on Marriage, Family, and Christian Living.”
How do you go about strengthening your marriage . . . making a positive influence on your kids . . . creating harmony and joy in your home . . . and most important, honoring Christ as a family? John MacArthur has the answer today as he continues to show you . . . “The Key to Maintaining Family Unity.” That’s the title of his message on GRACE TO YOU.
So how do you knit your family together and know true unity? What’s the benefit of that sort of togetherness? How difficult is it to pull your family together? What are your responsibilities? Vital issues —John MacArthur considers them today on GRACE TO YOU . . . as he shows you “The Key to Maintaining Family Unity”— that’s the title of today’s lesson.
If you’re a Christian and your spouse isn’t, what’s the most effective way to evangelize him or her? What do you need to say? More important, what do you need to do? John MacArthur answers those questions as he continues his current series on GRACE TO YOU titled . . . Restoring Marriage.
Irreconcilable differences. A commonly used phrase used by people filing for divorce. Well, when you’re talking about the marriage between someone who rejects Christ and one who cherishes the Savior, that really is an irreconcilable difference, apart from a work of God. Question is . . . is being married to a nonbeliever a valid reason for divorce? John MacArthur answers that question today on GRACE TO YOU as he continues his study titled . . . Restoring Marriage.
How can you have a marriage that will not only flourish . . . but also serve as a testimony of God’s grace? John MacArthur’s, helping answer that question in his series titled . . . Restoring Marriage. Today on GRACE TO YOU, he focuses on the “Divine Guidelines for Marriage” . . . a lesson that spells out how your marriage—even if you’re married to an unbeliever—can honor God . . . and help lead others to salvation.
Many in today’s culture don’t know what marriage is supposed to be. Thankfully, the Bible shows you exactly how God designed marriage . . . and what your relationship with your spouse should look like. You’ll see that today as John MacArthur continues his study here on GRACE TO YOU titled . . . Restoring Marriage.
If God is good and all powerful—and He is—why do you and I . . . why does anyone . . . suffer? Bottom line, if God really loves you, why does He allow you to go through trials? Well, as John MacArthur’s going to show you today . . . trials can actually be good for you! That’s right . . . hard times can be a blessing from God. How? Find out as John MacArthur continues his series on GRACE TO YOU that’s looking at . . . The New Testament, Beginning to End.
Jesus said that many people who believe in Him will not get into heaven. How can you make sure that you’re not one of them? How can you be sure that doesn’t happen to you . . . that you don’t miss out on heaven? John MacArthur answers that crucial question today on GRACE TO YOU in a message titled . . . “Four Ways to Miss Heaven.” It’s part of his series that’s taking you through . . . The New Testament, Beginning to End.
Perhaps you have a friend or family member you’ve known for a long time . . . you have many of the same influences . . . maybe even attended the same church . . . but when it comes to Christ, your view is completely different from his. Why would that happen—what makes the difference? How could two people so similar . . . with access to the same truth about Jesus . . . and respond to Christ in completely different ways?John MacArthur explains that today on GRACE TO YOU with a message titled . . . “Why We Believe While Others Reject.”
If someone asked you “what is faith?” . . . how would you respond? It can be a greater challenge to answer that question than you might think. So for some practical help, stay here as John MacArthur looks to Hebrews 11 in his ongoing study called . . . The New Testament, Beginning to End, on GRACE TO YOU.
The renowned preacher Charles Spurgeon offered a clear warning to those who say they are Christians but do not live a righteous life. He said, “The man who talks about his experience as a Christian, who never does anything for Christ, is . . . only an idle dreamer.” John MacArthur helps you avoid that kind of spiritual hypocrisy with a lesson titled . . . “Sound Doctrine Backed by Sound Living.” It’s part of his current study that’s taking you through . . . The New Testament, Beginning to End . . . here on GRACE TO YOU.