What does it mean to love Jesus? Is your love for Jesus waning or growing? How can you increase your love for the Savior? Brian Tyndall shares how in this edition of "Uttermost Evangelism".
What do you need to have to be happy? How much do you have to have to be happy? What was it that a certain rich man realized he was missing in order to have a fulfilling life?
How well do you realize the dangers your family faces? Are you helpless against them? What can you do about it? Brian Tyndall shares from the Bible how what Noah did can be of help to you today with your family.
So what is heaven going to be like? Do you know? Brian Tyndall shares from scripture what Heaven will be like for those who put their trust in Jesus.
Story? Parable? What was Jesus communicating in telling of Lazarus and the rich man dying? Since will happen to all of us, what can we learn from these two men? Brian Tyndall brings this story of death to life in this life-giving message on "Uttermost Evangelism".
Even judges will have to stand before the ultimate judge who sits on the "Great White Throne". Each person who will stand there will wish they made different decisions in life, one in particular. Which one is this most important decision to make while living?
What do you think about yourself? Do you evaluate correctly? What does God think about you? As Brian Tyndall explains scriptures, you may be in for a surprise.
What is God's desire for every human ever created? What is His plan to get the word out? Where do you fit in God's plan? Brian Tyndall shares keys to understanding this passage at the end of Matthew 28.
What's the hoopla at Christmas all about? Is it to have time off from work? Is it to have special food? Is it to get presents? How can you get the most out of Christmas?
Have you ever wondered what you have to be thankful for? How can thanksgiving come easy to you? Brian Tyndall shares how in this edition of "Uttermost Evangelism".
Do you consider yourself to be a Christian? What kind of a Christian are you? Brian Tyndall shares about four types of people claiming to be Christians. Who really is?
Is the truth just a matter of opinion? Having the truth is one thing, but putting it on is quite another. What does the Bible mean when it says to "put on the belt of truth"?
Is you enemy wearing a red suit and holding a pitchfork? What tactics does our spiritual enemy use in your life? What can you do about it?