Have you ever heard something on this station that God used to prick your heart or show you some area of your life that needed to change? That’s exactly what happened in the lives of some Revive Our Hearts listeners. We’ll hear their testimonies next time with Dannah Gresh and Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
There’s a Scripture that says the Messiah will “drink from a brook.” What’s the big deal about that? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth says this isn’t just a throwaway line, but gives us practical insight into Jesus — and into you! Join Nancy on Revive Our Hearts.
The Old Testament kings were not allowed to be priests. And priests couldn’t serve as king. But there were two people, called by God to serve as both King and Priest. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth tells you who they were on Revive Our Hearts.
We’re told throughout the New Testament that Jesus is sitting at the right hand of God. But one moment is recorded of Jesus standing at the right hand of the Father. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth shows you why that moment is so powerful, on Revive Our Hearts.
Have you heard that Jesus went to Heaven to sit at the right hand of God? Does that mean anything to you? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth will show you why Jesus’ position at the right hand of God matters so much. Hear how it affects you day-by-day on Revive Our Hearts.
Mother’s have a big job - feeding a newborn at midnight, whipping snotty noses and teaching them to love the Lord. It’s a job that’s been given by God. This week’s episode is an encouragement. A challenge, a reminder and some practical tips for all moms. Living in Light of Eternity on Revive Our Hearts Weekend with Dannah Gresh.
Abigail Dodds is the mother of a boy with special needs. Caring for him has meant many sleepless nights for Abigail. On Revive Our Hearts, hear how she’s learned to appreciate even the most difficult moments.
There’s no denying: there are physical differences between men and women. But on Revive Our Hearts, we’ll see that the physical is pointing us to something greater, something even more beautiful and amazing. Abigail Dodds joins Dannah Gresh and Mary Kassian to explain, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Do some passages in the Bible make you cringe? Abigail Dodds says we need to yield to the authority of God’s Word in every area of life, even passages that seem uncomfortable. She helps women see the beauty in God’s design for them as women, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Have you ever experienced something so amazing you could only describe it as miraculous? On Revive Our Hearts, Kathy Branzell gives God the credit He deserves for moving her and her son from sickness to health. She shares her story with Dannah Gresh and Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
A mysterious Bible story tells us about a woman who hesitated to obey the Lord and turned into a pillar of salt. Are there ways we’re acting like this woman, playing with danger instead of running away? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth will help each of us evaluate our hearts on Revive Our Hearts.
This may be the most sobering news you hear today: “Someone is going to die for your sin.” That quote comes from the next Revive Our Hearts. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth says you’ll either lean on the death of Jesus for salvation. Or you’ll die for your sin.
God never promises life will be easy. But when you say, “Yes, Lord,” you can expect life with Him to be a meaningful adventure. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth shows you how to genuinely live out the story God’s given to you, on Revive Our Hearts.
If your spouse were murdered in cold blood, how would you feel toward the person who pulled the trigger? Stephanie Wesco shares her thoughts in exactly that circumstance, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
You won’t really know who you are until you know who God is. Learn how to get to know the Lord more deeply so you can better understand your own identity, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.