Karen Loritts had just gotten married. And she was scared. She looked in the mirror and said, “What in the world have I gotten myself into?” Karen knew how imperfect she was. But she’ll explain how God can use imperfect people to give Him glory in marriage. Karen and Crawford Loritts share about it on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Each of us deals with difficult people. Evil actions and words affect our nation and cities. They also affect our homes and relationships. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth points you to Scripture and helps respond to evil in a way that brings God glory, on Revive Our Hearts.
Some people are famous for their bad behavior. Instead of being punished for sin, they seem to get more popular. Rather than copy their antics or grow discouraged, we need to look at the big picture. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth helps you do that, on Revive Our Hearts
When you have to wait, it can be unsettling. Life is on hold until this big thing in life changes. Find some encouragement and hope during your times of waiting, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
You can now access news programming 24 hours a day. But just because you can, it doesn’t mean you should. In a world where bad news is constantly trying to catch your attention, learn how to focus on the truth with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth on Revive Our Hearts.
In the Psalms, we read “do not fret…” If the Psalmist knew about the credit crunch, a volatile stock market and subprime mortgages, would he have given us an exception? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth unpacks Psalm 37 and its command, “fret not…” on Revive Our Hearts.
Do you ever wish you could settle down and finally start to take it easy? Holly Elliff understands that temptation, but instead wants to always stay dependent on the Lord, taking on assignments only He can accomplish. She talks about it on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
When you’re in the middle of a big struggle, it seems like there’s no point. But that struggle could turn into the story someone else needs to hear. Hear more about it on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth
Things change at such a fast rate, it’s tough to keep up. But there are a few things your can trust about God and know they’ll never change. As the world shakes under your feet, learn what you can count on to remain solid, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Do you get a little nervous when you hear the word “Mentor?” Finding a mentor and be intimidating. Same with becoming a mentor. Find out how those valuable life-on-life relationships can grow organically, 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.
None of us will accomplish anything without endurance. Elizabeth Elliot knows what it’s like to endure tragedy after her husband was martyred. She shares valuable perspective on endurance on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Imagine being in a dark, underground prison with the sewer of a major city running through it. Then imagine writing about being joyful! Hear some interesting background on the writings of the Apostle Paul on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Jackie Hill Perry grew up giving in to same-sex attraction until the Lord changed her heart as a young adult. So she has some real-life experience to share about current debates over same-sex attraction and gender. Hear the timely discussion with Jackie Hill Perry and Mary Kassian, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Joy McClain's husband was so deep into alcohol addiction that he couldn't function or interact with his family. How do you keep a marriage commitment in a situation like that? Joy explains why she didn't divorce her husband. She'll also explain how she got the strength to stay, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.