John MacArthur has spent more than five decades teaching the Bible in hour-long chunks. Clearly he’s committed to in-depth preaching. But the question is, should pastors still preach like that? Attention spans have dropped,shouldn’t pastors adapt? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
It’s obvious that we live in a sound-bite society. But should that affect the way churches reach their audiences? What is the pastor’s most important role in the current culture? John MacArthur answers those questions on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Think of everything that's involved in the Christian life.It's an exciting, joyful life—the life God meant you to live—but it certainly takes commitment and hard work. Where do you find the strength to persevere, and to overcome hindrances to your spiritual growth? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
It’s at the bedrock of Christianity . . . salvation is all of grace. You can’t earn your salvation. But once you’re saved, what part, if any,do you play in your own spiritual growth and development? John MacArthur examines that on this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
If you were to ask a pastor “how can I grow in godliness and become more like Christ?” He’d probably give you a list of things to do.But sometimes it’s more important to know what to avoid.Today on t GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur,John’s going to help you recognize the kinds of people and doctrines that will hinder you from growing in Christlikeness.
Many people live their everyday lives—lacking direction . . . experiencing the same setbacks again and again. Thankfully if you’re a Christian, you don’t have to live that way. Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John’s going to continue his study that shows you how to pursue clear, God-given goals.
It’s a question every Christian asks: How can I become more like Christ? Well, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John will show you a very effective way—but one that’s often forgotten.
We mimic those we admire ... it’s part of being human.Now it may sound strange but that trait can really help you grow in godliness. You just need to know the right examples to follow. So who are some biblical characters you should imitate? And how can their imperfect lives—their struggles and failures—help you become more like Christ? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
If you asked a group of people what their New Year’s resolutions were, they would probably mention money, social status, and health. That is what the world cares about most.But if you’re a Christian you’re called to be different. So what should you care about most? Find out on this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
When an Olympian places his feet in the starting block, he knows the goal and he keeps his eyes on the prize. What about you? As you’re living the Christian life are you pursuing the right prize? Are you focused on what truly matters? Find out on the next GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
If God is good and all-powerful—and He is—why do we suffer? Bottom line, if God really loves you, why does He allow you to go through trials? Well, as John MacArthur will show you on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, trials can actually be good for you!
The great preacher Charles Spurgeon once asked his congregation, “Are you satisfied with Christ?” Then he said, “If you are not you have not really got Him. If you have got Him, He is everything to you.” Now is that something you can wholeheartedly agree with? That Christ is life . . . that you need nothing else in this world to be happy and content? Find out today on Grace to You with John MacArthur.
King Solomon said that God ordains a time for everything . . . including heartache. In other words, trialsdon’t just happen. God sends them your way. But why would a loving God want you to go through trouble . . . how could it possibly help you? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Many people think they could never be a fighter. But man or woman . . . young or old . . . if you’re a Christian, you’re in a continuous battle with an unseen foe. That foe—that enemy—is temptation.Question is, whose fault is temptation? How do you defend against it? Find out on the next GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
The wickedness of man . . . the eternal penalty for sin . . . and salvation in Christ. No doubt you’re familiar with those elements of the gospel message. But what about the issue of regeneration? What exactly does it mean to be regenerated? How does it happen? Why is it necessary? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.