Even secular studies reveal that Christian parents have a hugely positive impact on their children. As couples live out the truth of the gospel, children benefit—resulting in contagious faith. And that’s our subject today on Unlimited Grace with Bryan Chapell. Learn more about God’s unchanging plan for reaching the next generation.
We often hear people say that faith in Jesus Christ isn’t the answer and that something else is—like education, humanism, or even positive thinking. But today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell takes us to Psalm 2 to show us that there’s no substitute for God.
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell continues to explain the responsibility we have for sharing God’s goodness and grace with the younger generations. It’s an inspiring study about spiritual multiplication, and it’s a timely subject as we approach Father’s Day.
Today on Unlimited Grace, author and pastor Bryan Chapell continues his Summer Psalms series with a serious look at Psalm 78. Three thousands years ago and today, fathers often fail to pass down their faith. But from this sobering song, we’re reminded that we all have a responsibility to share God’s grace with the next generation.
If you can recall the verses in Psalm 1, you’ll remember the metaphor of a flourishing tree, planted by streams of water. Well Thursday/today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell uses this imagery to give you a whole new perspective on prosperity and blessing. This message will help clear up some common misconceptions.
From the world’s perspective, blessings come in the form of a good job, a beautiful home, or a hefty bank account. But today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell cautions that sometimes those blessings can break us. While the blessing of knowing and loving God will always build us up!
You may have Psalm 23 memorized, but have you explored all it’s implications? Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell is taking us deeper into the poetic imagery to uncover more of the goodness and grace of Jesus, The Good Shepherd. Psalm 23 offers comfort for today and eternity.
Today on Unlimited Grace, join pastor and teacher Dr. Bryan Chapell for a special interview. It’s an opportunity to sit down with Bryan in the pastor’s studio to learn more about God’s unlimited grace that provides our salvation!
Today on Unlimited Grace, author and pastor Bryan Chapell explains how integrity bridges our lives to God’s eternal purposes. We’re taking a look at our 9 to 5 lives, discovering there’s a world watching us at work!
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell explains that integrity at work is both good for our business and good for God’s business. That’s the thought-provoking subject we’ll be exploring in another message from the Mission at Work series.
Mother’s Day is coming soon, and today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell begins a series of messages on the subject of “Spiritual Mothering.” We’re looking at the responsibility God has placed on mothers, and anyone who has an influence on the younger generation.
When we’re in Christ, we’re no longer slaves to sin. And today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell explains that there’s even more good news! We’re also set free to live a new life, with a new identity in Christ.
Some of us think we’re following the rules pretty well. But Thursday/today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell explains that none of us can keep the law or be saved by it! Our salvation is through grace alone! We’ll also learn that while the law can’t save us, it can guide us to live a life that pleases God!
If you’re a mother or a father, you probably have days when you feel like you’re doing everything right to love and protect your family! And then there are other days when you feel like a complete failure! That’s our subject today on Unlimited Grace when Bryan Chapell presents a grace-filled message, titled “Spiritual Mothering.”
In some church circles, people worry that sharing the truth about God’s grace might give everybody a license to sin! But God doesn’t see it that way. And today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell is taking us to Romans again, to show us that God’s amazing grace actually motivates us to sin less, and love God more!