Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth says a mom can lead her children and keep her cool. Being an effective leader doesn’t have anything to do with anger, but it does have to do with meekness and humility. Hear why, on Revive Our Hearts.
Do you hate sin? When you are grieved over your own sin, it’s an evidence that you truly know God. Find out why on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Some behaviors – like drug addiction - are not just sinful, they’re also taboos in the church. But it’s easy to get away with other types of sin, like grumbling against authority. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth explores the dangers of these types of sins on Revive Our Hearts.
When you let a weed go, it will eventually conquer the garden. In the same way, when you let discontentment grow in your heart, it will eventually conquer your tongue. You’ll start grumbling. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth explains how to stop this process, on Revive Our Hearts.
Friendship is a good thing, but like all good things we need to keep it in a good balance. Dannah Gresh and friends will discuss how to spot possible dangers and pitfalls in friendship and why God created us for each other...on Revive Our Hearts Weekend.
Do circumstances or emotions ever make it hard for you to open up your mouth and sing? Gain some perspective on singing joyfully and mourning on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Why do you sing in church? Habit? Obligation? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth wonders what singing would be like if everyone was singing with their whole hearts in authentic worship. Find out why on Revive Our Hearts.
When you praise God and sing, the spotlight needs to be on God, not on you. But people do watch your example in worship. Find out how important your songs are for those who are observing on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
A lot of legends grew up about Miriam, the sister of Moses. Tradition says she prophesied about the birth of her brother, encouraging her parents to conceive him during a dangerous time in history. Is that story true? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth sorts out the legend from Scripture on Revive Our Hearts.
After crossing the Red Sea, The children of Israel witnessed the destruction of their enemies. And then they sang, worshipping God. Find out what their song has to teach us, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Are you happy when you march off to work? Even if it’s just to your laptop by the couch. Dannah Gresh helps to walk us through what God expects of us when we work with our hands and how our toiling brings Him glory on Revive Our Hearts Weekend.
If the words you use could somehow grow into a tree, what kind of tree would it be? Prickly? Thorny? Painful? Or lucious and life-giving? Dannah Gresh and Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth show us how our words can be a tree of life to everyone around us, on Revive Our Hearts.
In the middle of conflict, one wise woman can make a big difference. The Old Testament tells us about a wise woman who had a huge influence in a time of violence and chaos. Learn about this wise woman and learn how to have a calming influence on the chaos around you … on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
When we get poked or prodded, what kinds of words come spewing out? Our fleshly response isn’t usually very pretty, is it? Dannah Gresh joins Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth on Revive Our Hearts to show us that we can learn the skill of wise, gentle answers, even in unpleasant moments.
Do you ever get tired of following God’s plan day in and day out? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth knows what that feels like, and she’ll encourage you to keep serving, no matter how hard it feels. Join her for Revive Our Hearts.