A Monument of Praise in the Valley of Despair

In a matter of thirty-nine seconds, Job lost his money, his possessions, his livestock, and even his children. He is sorrowing over his loss . . . and for good reason. But he is not the only one sorrowing over a loss. Satan, who was convinced that Job would respond to the torment by cursing God, watched in agony as Job fell down on his face and worshiped God instead.

Acts of God, Part 2

In the quest for answers to life's difficult questions, we discover that the search for strength and security eventually leads us to the foot of the throne. Hope in the valley and peace in the storm can only be found only in the Sovereign God who rules and reigns over all.

Acts of God, Part 1

In the quest for answers to life's difficult questions, we discover that the search for strength and security eventually leads us to the foot of the throne. Hope in the valley and peace in the storm can only be found only in the Sovereign God who rules and reigns over all.

No Silver Lining in Sight

When there are no answers on earth; when it all seems so unfair; when life deals one cruel blow after another; when there are clouds but no silver lining; that is when we worship God with childlike faith. That is when we learn to truly worship Him on the basis of who He is, rather than who we expect Him to be.

Exhibit A

Is it possible to worship God even when He takes everything away us? Is it possible to love Him even when He seems to have abandoned us? Job's life offers us a resounding "yes!"

The Wise Man of Uz, Part 2

If there is a single question that has rattled Christians' minds throughout the ages it is this: "Why do God's children suffer?" Everyone asks it at some point in their lives. It is a question that deals not only with the big troubles but also with little trials as well. So what is the answer? Stephen gives us some insight from the book of Job.

The Wise Man of Uz, Part 1

If there is a single question that has rattled Christians' minds throughout the ages it is this: "Why do God's children suffer?" Everyone asks it at some point in their lives. It is a question that deals not only with the big troubles but also with little trials as well. So what is the answer? Stephen gives us some insight from the book of Job.

Question and Answer Program No. 43

Stephen and Scott discuss questions phoned in by listeners. Please note that there is NO transcript available for this program.

Taking Marriage Up a Tree

An orchid is a beautiful plant that produces a bloom that is rivaled by few. Yet, they are known for being healthy one day and dead the next. In reality, they just appeared healthy while all the while below the surface the roots were rotting and the plant was being cut off from the life-sustaining water and food it needs. So it can be with marriage. If we just look at appearances between a husband and a wife, we might be deluded into believing that all is well, when in fact the roots of the marriage that should be dug deep into Christ - the only sustainer of life and love.

Depositing Your Life in the Bank of Heaven

There's great joy when something is made just for you--a tailor-made suit, a build-your-own sundae, or a custom home. The designed outcome is perfect for you. Did you know that your suffering and trials in this life are also custom-made just for you by God? They are designed to deepen your faith and teach you to fully entrust your life to our Creator God.

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