Today on Unlimited Grace, pastor and Bible teacher Bryan Chapell opens to Romans 15 to remind us we don’t have to fear the future, because Jesus is already the—interceding on our behalf! It’s a message that removes superstition and fear, delivering the hope God provides through biblical intercession.
There are many heartwarming stories of adoption, but there’s one account that echoes through the ages. Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell takes us to the story of Mephibosheth found in Second Samuel. A crippled, all-but-forgotten grandchild of King Saul is given a place at the king’s table. Be refreshed by God’s redeeming love.
Today on Unlimited Grace, teacher and pastor Bryan Chapell shares a message called “The Adoption Gospel.” As we turn to Second Samuel, we’ll see how God works to restore us—even when we think we’ve been forgotten or abandoned. It’s a message about God’s redeeming love!
It’s easy to get along with people who agree with us! But how do we deal with people who think differently? Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell address that question by turning to Matthew 18, putting the focus on building up the body of Christ!
We all experience conflicts in our life, whether it’s with a co-worker or neighbor. But more often, our conflicts involve those closest to us! Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell reminds us that there are eternal consequences at stake. Don’t miss this powerful message about reconciliation.
We’ve all heard that phrase—the truth hurts, doesn’t it? Well, today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell reminds us that believers are called to a higher standard. While speaking the truth is required, it’s not the end of our obligation. As Christians, God calls us to speak the truth in love!
Some people like to tell it like it is! But today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell explains that it’s not enough just to speak the truth. We’re called to speak the truth in love. It’s a lesson from Ephesians 4, titled “Biblical Civility.”
At the Last Supper, Jesus said: “This is my body, given for you; do this in remembrance of me.” And today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell encourages us to adopt a biblical view of the communion table. As followers of Christ, we are called to make remembrance of God’s ultimate sacrifice.
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell explains that baptism doesn’t save us. Instead, it’s a public declaration that we have already been saved—through the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Bryan is continuing a message that helps to clarify the biblical command to be baptized.
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell describes baptism as a picture of the gospel. As we go under the water and then rise up, we give testimony to what Christ has done for us through his death, burial and resurrection! There’s more to baptism than meets the eye.
We’ve all found ourselves in the dark, and then, with the flick of a switch, the light illuminates our surroundings. Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell explains this also occurs in the spiritual realm as we dispel the darkness with the light of Christ.
God designed marriage to be a beautiful reflection of His love. Yet, somehow, men and women have confused love and protection with abuse and selfishness. So today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell looks at what God means when He calls husbands to lead.
Today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell pulls up to the mic for a special interview, discussing his favorite topic: God’s undeserved, unmerited and unlimited grace! As Bryan often says, it’s God’s grace that provides the freedom and fuel for transformed living.
Today on Unlimited Grace, author, pastor and Bible teacher Bryan Chapell is reminding us that God’s grace extends to run-of-the-mill sinners, and also to the worst offenders! It’s a message that explains why Jesus came and who He came for!
Whenever we make a big mistake, it’s tempting to think that God will never be able to use us again. But today on Unlimited Grace, Bryan Chapell shows us how God covers our failures with His grace. We’re learning about the power of the gospel in the life of Gideon, and in our lives today!