“Be still and know that I am God.” That phrase gets repeated in hushed tones in many churches. But Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth shows how that phrase was probably originally delivered in strong, commanding tones. Find out why, on Revive Our Hearts.
Do you ever feel uncomfortable reading stories about the judgment of God? It’s a common reaction to Old Testament stories. But the desolations God brings upon the earth can actually be a source of great comfort. Find out why, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Does it ever seem like enemies of the gospel have so much strength that they’ve become invincible? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth gives you new perspective and hope on Revive Our Hearts.
God is with us. That doesn’t mean you won’t have problems, but it means that when God is in the midst of His city, His people, your life, you will not be defeated; you will not be destroyed by the enemies of God. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth shares more on Revive Our Hearts.
Here’s one of the most amazing themes throughout Scripture: God dwells among His people. Why is this so amazing? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth explains on Revive Our Hearts.
This year, our world has been shaken by everything from natural disasters to viruses. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth opens Psalm 46 to show you what to do when you’re being shaken in the storms of life. Join her for Revive our Hearts.
Trouble will always be with us. You’ll never escape it in a fallen world. But there is a refuge you can run to during times of trouble. Learn how to respond to the trouble that threatens you on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
The extraordinary events we’re living through remind us – trouble will always be with us. We can’t escape it in a fallen world. But there is a refuge you can run to during times of trouble. We’ll talk more about that as we walk through Psalm 46 together on Revive Our Hearts.
Last weekend, over 6,000 women gathered in Monterrey, Mexico, to worship the Lord, dig into His word, and grow in their faith. But it wasn't without obstacles. Hear how God worked in Monterrey, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
The needle of a compass always points north. Mary Kassian says that when we’re in the middle of a storm and we orient ourselves by the “compass” of God’s truth, we combat panic-producing lies. Learn the same lessons Jesus’ disciples learned in a storm, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
You’ve heard that two’s company, three’s a crowd. But if you want to have truly meaningful relationships, three people need to be involved: you, your friend, and God. Hear more about the power of relationships on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Here’s the way it works. First you receive money in the form of a salary. Then you pay some of it to the government in taxes. Now, it might be a stretch, but think of your words like money. You receive words of blessing from God, and that enables you to give words of blessing to others. But unlike paying taxes, blessing others can be a great joy. Hear more on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth .
When you think about your parents, there are many things you learned from them. For good or not-so-good your mother and father did teach you a lot. Valerie Shepard has reflected much on the beautiful and godly legacy left to her by her father and mother, Jim and Elisabeth Elliot. She shares some of the lessons she’s learned on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Words are powerful. I’ll bet you can remember times when others spoke cruel words to you. Even if they’re not true, the things others say can stick with us and affect our lives for years! But there is a way to be free. Find freedom from the curse of words on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Blogging or speaking to many can be a lot more fun than cleaning up a toddler’s spills. Author, speaker, and —yes— mom, Laura Booz helps us see the value of serving with gladness, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.