Do you ever have questions about what the Bible says? On Revive Our Hearts, Kelly Needham joins Dannah Gresh and Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth to talk about what to do when you’re confused or have questions. More about “Loving God’s Word,” on Revive Our Hearts.
Reading the Bible is like searching for priceless treasure. But there are some basics that will help you know where and how to look. Join Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, Dannah Gresh, and Kelly Needham on the next Revive Our Hearts for tips on more efficient treasure-hunting skills.
Do you have a favorite food? Sometimes just THINKING about it can make your mouth water and your stomach growl! On Revive Our Hearts, Kelly Needham shares how you can grow your spiritual appetite. Increase your hunger for the Word of God, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Nancy shares her heart about recent events in the U.S. How are we to think about all of this? How are we to respond? Find gospel perspective and hope on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
The story of the wise men coming to visit Jesus has a murderous, heart-wrenching ending. Well, it’s almost the end. Hear why we can have hope in the midst of terrible loss, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth
Here’s a rule of life: The generosity of your gift-giving shows how much you value the one you’re giving to. When the wise men gave offerings to Jesus, they were gifts fit for a King! Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth challenges your thinking about who or what you treasure, on Revive Our Hearts.
In the gospel of Matthew we find an intriguing story about wise men from the East who came to worship a Child… someone they called the King of the Jews. And just as mysterious as the wise men, they knew He was born because God showed them a very special light. A star. Learn more about the star of Bethlehem, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Quiz time! How many wise men came to visit Baby Jesus in the manger? Ahh… that’s a trick question! How about this one: in the story of the wise men, how many KINGS are there? Careful! For the answer, you’ll need to listen to Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Are you going to be celebrating Epiphany this week? Well, even if you’re not, or if you have no idea what Epiphany is, you’ll want to tune in to Revive Our Hearts. Nancy will explain more about Epiphany and the visit of the wise men to Baby Jesus. And she’ll share what that has to do with you and me, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
What’s your most valuable possession? Hint: it’s not your house or your retirement savings! In this special New Year’s edition of Revive Our Hearts, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth and a group of friends take us to Psalm 119. It’s the longest chapter in the Bible, and it’s all about the supreme value of the Word of God—a lamp to your feet.
What time is it? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth wants you to consider that question. As you look at violence in the world, increasing hostility to biblical truth and division in our nation, she challenges you to examine our times and ask how the Lord would have you get involved. Join her for Revive Our Hearts.
When you were younger, did you ever fall for this joke— “Pete and Repeat were sitting on a wall. Pete fell off. Who was left?” and you answered dutifully, “Repeat.” To which your friend (or is it your torturer?) responded, “Pete and Repeat were sitting on a wall,” and on it went. Repetition can be frustrating. Unless it’s really helpful. On Revive Our Hearts, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth shows us a good kind of repetition.
Our culture worships youth. There’s so much pressure to look and act young. There’s a character in the first Christmas story who provides a refreshing alternative. She understood the beauty of godly maturity. Hear more about her, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Would you describe yourself as “content”? Satisfied? God designed us to find our satisfaction in Him and in Him alone. But we selfishly turn to other things in our search for fulfillment and joy. On Revive Our Hearts, guest Stacey Salsbery will explain why that’s a problem and what the solution is. Listen to Stacey’s conversation with Dannah Gresh and Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, on Revive Our Hearts.