Have you ever sung these words in church, “Let every kindred, every tribe on this terrestrial ball, To Him all majesty ascribe, and crown Him Lord of all.” Yet in a majority of churches, people of different tribes and races are not coming together. We find racism on our streets and in our pews, because we still find pride in our hearts. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth and Dr. Vanessa Ellen explore these issues on Revive Our Hearts.
Where do you see yourself on the economic spectrum? Well, if you know the King of Kings, He has poured out riches on you. If you know Jesus you’re loaded! Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth helps you appreciate your great inheritance on Revive Our Hearts.
When is the last time you were blown away by the wonder of God’s World? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth shows you how to recapture that sense of wonder every day on Revive Our Hearts.
A powerful, wealthy queen heard of a king even greater than she was. Her search for this king is a picture of the way we could seek after wisdom. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth tells you the story of the Queen of Sheba on Revive Our Hearts.
Our daughters are pulled in so many directions, facing so many distractions and fighting so many temptations. But there’s one thing that’s likely to cut through all those voices and get her attention - undistracted time with you! Learn how to connect with your daughter’s heart on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Our daughters are constantly hearing conflicting ideas about gender. We need to pass along the truth of God’s Word in a way they can understand. On the next Revive Our Hearts you’ll hear about ways you can invest in your daughter and help her know who she is in Christ.
Is there any cure for bitterness? Karen Loritts knows what it’s like to be hurt. She knows what it’s like to harbor bitterness. And she has something to share with you about freedom, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Fear tempts all of us. Karen Loritts says one problem with fear, is that it brings buddies. Find out what she means, as she speaks candidly about the destructive nature of fear, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
An oxymoron is a phrase that seems contradictory, like “jumbo shrimp” or “government intelligence.” Coming up on Revive Our Hearts, Mary Kassian explains a habit of a truly strong woman—a habit that initially seems not to make sense. She says a woman characterized by godly strength involves admitting she is weak. Mary talks about it with Dannah Gresh and Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth on Revive Our Hearts.
With so many opinions swirling around your ears, how can you really know solid truth? Mary Kassian will show you women how to ground themselves in God’s Word and use that truth to discern everything else, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Do you ever feel like you have to shield kids from the news? Like things that used to be shameful to speak of are now filling headlines? As our world seems to be descending into lunacy, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth will open the Bible and give us needed perspective for our day. Join Nancy on Revive Our Hearts.
Do you ever feel small and insignificant compared to powerful leaders in government and business? Queen Esther could have felt that way too, yet God chose to show His amazing power through her. He wants to show His power through you, too. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth unpacks the life of Esther on Revive Our Hearts.
The Bible tells us about Esther, a young woman in very tough circumstances. She was an exile from her home, she was forced into marriage and her people faced extinction because of racial prejudice. Yet God worked out all these circumstances to tell exactly the story He wanted to tell. He can do the same for you! Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth explains more on Revive Our Hearts.
In a lot of churches, everyone gets divided by age. This can have its place but often we need younger and older people to mix together. Dannah Gresh will show you why, and help you develop valuable relationships among generations, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Busy, busy, busy. In the middle of all the busy, busy, busyness who has time for friendships? Real ones - not the Facebook kind. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth shares why authentic friendships in the body of Christ are so important to your growth, on Revive Our Hearts.