As Christian parents, we desire to raise our children to become kids of faith. Filmmaker and actor Alex Kendrick gives us five helpful things to help parents foster an environment for that to happen.
Bob Lepine's paraphrase of the words of the Apostle Paul asserts that gospel unity should always be more important, more significant, and more powerful than whatever our disagreements are about, who were voting for, or our views on governance. Hear the conclusion of Bob's sermon, reminding believers of the importance of humility, civility, and unity in political discourse.
In the ever-escalating tension of today's culture, Bob Lepine poses this question to the congregation at Redeemer Church in Little Rock, Ark.: How would Jesus want us to represent Him when we talk about society, politics, and government? According to the Bible, what we agree on about Jesus and the essentials of our faith should bind us together in Christ tighter than our politics should divide us.
God rules over the affairs of men whether our human rulers are guardians and protectors or tyrants and oppressors. Bob Lepine shares that there is no guarantee in the Bible that the gates of hell will not prevail against a nation. But there is a promise from the lips of Jesus Himself that the gates of hell will not prevail against His church.
Dr. John Perkins saw and endured horrific racism. But God convicted him of his own hateful reaction and inclined his heart toward racial reconciliation through the gospel. Listen to his conversation with Kim Anthony.
Jasmine Holmes wants her son to understand he is made in the image of God, to understand the beauty of diversity, and to be a hopeful optimist centered on the gospel of Christ.
Jasmine Holmes knows what strong parenting looks like. But that didn't shield her from the pain of casual prejudice growing up. Now a young mom, she shows her son he is "fearfully and wonderfully made."
Tired of self-focused, consumer-centric faith? Turn away from "me-ology," says Jen Oshman, and learn the powerful theology of saying, "Enough about me!"
Jen Oshman speaks to women about issues of identity and self-image. Discovering who we are and whose we are, says Oshman, is the key.
Every extended family has in it people who are far from God. But it's never too late, says Nancy Guthrie, for God to reach the most self-righteous or the most cynical and hard-hearted.
As the lead singer of the band Sanctus Real, Matt Hammitt had assumed loving Jesus would overcome his neglect of his marriage. But a moment at the dining room table changed everything when his wife, Sarah, made the desperate plea, "I need you to lead me." Matt describes the look on her face that day compared to the joyful look in their wedding photo hanging on the wall. This led not only to their reconciliation, but also to them co-writing the powerful song "Lead Me."
Pastor Scott Sauls coaches listeners with practical insights on using gentle answers in relationships. Learn the six most powerful words in a marriage, and how anger can actually help save a dying marriage.
Rachel Gilson shares about her ongoing struggle against sexual brokenness. She suggests some helpful things Christians can do to enter into this important cultural conversation with love and wisdom.
Rachel Gilson experienced same-sex attraction from an early age, but when she became a Christ-follower as an adult, God began to bring her views about sexuality under the authority of the cross.
Ryan and Selena Frederick discuss transparency in marriage. Ryan explains the career and parenting sacrifices he and Selena have made to pursue a marriage where they are "fully known and fully loved."