Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell is explaining what the apostle Paul confirmed in his letter to the church at Ephesus. God has equipped the church to be “The Greatest Force in the World.” We’re continuing our study of Ephesians 1, with the emphasis on the praying church.
Of all the ways God could have chosen to reach the world with the gospel, he picked the church—imperfect people with plenty of flaws and frailties. Learn why the church is so important as Bryan Chapell shares today’s message called “The Greatest Force in the World.”
It’s easy to get caught up in the world, living like there’s no tomorrow! Yet, our spirits long for something more—something glorious and eternal. And Wednesday on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell turns to the book of Ephesians to show us that such longings are fulfilled in Christ, and guaranteed by the Holy Spirit.
Do you know the secret to keeping your calm when you hear the evening news, or when you get bad news about your finances or health? Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell offers a comforting perspective. As follower of Christ, you have a glorious future and it is guaranteed by “The Spirit’s Love.”
Some people think God’s grace covers only minor offenses. So, thieves and murderers need not apply. But today on Unlimited Grace with Bryan Chapell, we’re discovering that God’s love and forgiveness is not only unmerited, but unlimited! It’s based on the riches of His grace—not the severity of our sins.
Many of us love a good mystery—one that promises a thrilling conclusion. Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell suggests that the Apostle Paul has laid out for a marvelous mystery in the book of Ephesians. We’re discovering our ultimate rescue from sin and death … made possible through the resurrection and the life of Jesus Christ.
The Bible proclaims that God has loved us before time began—before we were even born and while we were yet sinners! And today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell encourages us to fully embrace God’s unearned, undeserved, and unlimited grace and love.
On this side of eternity, we can find ourselves in daily battles that leave us weary and confused. Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell takes us to a powerful verse in Ephesians to encourage us with “The Father’s Plan.”
Have you ever been driving along, and then suddenly you realize you’re going the wrong way?! It can happen to us spiritually, as well. Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell opens to Ephesians 1 to show us how to make U-turns. Discover the grace that makes transformation possible.
It wasn’t easy for Christians to live out their faith in Ephesus. This ancient city was rife with idolatry, prostitution and political corruption! Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell begins a new study in Ephesians, describing how today’s cities are no different today! And still the Apostle Paul had confidence that believers could remain true to God’s call.
Now that you’re a believer and your future is secure in Christ, what on earth are you supposed to do? That’s our subject today on Unlimited Grace with Dr. Bryan Chapell. We’re learning that every Christian has a part to play in God’s mission on earth.
In a world full of religious conflict is there any hope of uniting all people and nations in Christ? That’s our subject today on Unlimited Grace with Bryan Chapell. Bryan isn’t glossing over the conflict in this world; instead he offers us a biblical perspective through the bold declaration in Psalm 117.
In the fifth chapter of Revelation, the Apostle John describes the end of the world, when the work of the church is complete. Get the complete picture on Unlimited Grace when Bryan explains The Missing Puzzle Piece.
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell is taking us to some exciting verses in Romans, chapter 9. We’re discovering that there’s room for everyone at God’s table. And it’s all because of God’s grace!
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell is expanding our view of God. We’re looking at the goodness and majesty of God through creation—from the wonder of a newborn baby to the stars in the heavens. Turn with Bryan Chapell to Psalm 8 for a glimpse of God’s glory and a picture of Jesus Christ!