The Life of Enoch, Ep 5 of 5
The Life of Enoch, Ep 4 of 5
Okay, Bible trivia time! Who is the oldest recorded person who ever lived? The answer is … Methuselah, who lived 969 years. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth says all those years represent a major example of God’s mercy, on Revive Our Hearts.
The Life of Enoch, Ep 3 of 5
Preachers and teachers like to say you need to “please God” through your choices. But there’s a problem. None of us is good enough to please a holy God. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth tells you how you actually can please God, on Revive Our Hearts.
The Life of Enoch, Ep 2 of 5
When the world begins to become darker, you don’t have to get darker along with it. Through God’s grace, you can walk closely with Him even when it seems like no one else is walking with you. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth shows you how on Revive Our Hearts.
The Life of Enoch, Ep 1 of 5
Do you realize that every choice you make is contributing to a legacy? What will you be remembered for when your life is over? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth invites you to live a life worth remembering on Revive Our Hearts.
What Will You Pass On?
I have some news for you. There’s a 100% chance that a day is coming when you will no longer be alive. The question is, what are you going to leave to others who follow you? We consider that question on Revive Our Hearts Weekend, with Dannah Gresh and Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
In the Hands of a Fiercely Tender God, Ep 2 of 2
If you have a friend who just received terrible news, or a friend suffering from a chronic illness, there are some things NOT to do or say, and some things TO do and say. Colleen Chao explains what they are, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
In the Hands of a Fiercely Tender God, Ep 1 of 2
A person with terminal cancer experiences a wide range of emotions. Colleen Chao began to pray that God would give her another emotion in the midst of her cancer: Joy. She shares more of her story on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Living in Light of Eternity, Ep 3 of 3
Arthur DeMoss died of a heart attack at age at age 53. After his death, his family found a slip of paper he had written and kept in his desk drawer. That paper had reminded him that life was short. That he needed to number his days. Art’s daughter Nancy helps you make every day count, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Living in Light of Eternity, Ep 2 of 3
What are your long term goals? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth invites you to think very long term. And she shows you how to live each day in light of eternity, on Revive Our Hearts.
Living in Light of Eternity, Ep 1 of 3
Have you ever walked along the beach and discovered an intricately designed sand castle? In a very short time, the waves will come and wash it away. That’s a picture of the brevity of our lives. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth helps you search the Scripture and live purposefully, since the days are so short, on Revive Our Hearts.
Luke 21:34 says “Be on your guard, so that your minds are not dulled from carousing, drunkenness, and worries of life, or that day will come on you unexpectedly”. How are we to be on our guard? What does that look like in our lives? Join Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth and Dannah Gresh for Revive Our Hearts Weekend.
Cultivating a Contented Heart, Ep 6 of 6
Have you ever thought, “If I only had such-and-such, THEN I’d be happy!”? or the flip side: “If only I didn’t have this circumstance in my life, THEN I’d be happy!” Both of those represent attitudes of discontentment. Coming up, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth reminds us that God is enough, on Revive Our Hearts.
To Eat or Not to Eat
Thanksgiving is just under a couple of weeks away…so as we pull together our recipes and shop for groceries - let’s brush up on what our relationship with food needs to be. Join Dannah Gresh and Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth for Revive Our Hearts Weekend.
Amazing Grace, Day 1 of 2
On New Year’s day in 1773, John Newton introduced a new song to his church. That song became a much loved hymn that spread throughout the world. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth tells the story of “Amazing Grace” and helps you capture a sense of wonder at what Jesus has done for you on Revive Our Hearts.
What made you say those words-you-regret? Was it a heated argument with your spouse? Your 3 yr old’s temper tantrum in the grocery store? Or your frustration with a co-worker? Dannah Gresh, Nancy Demoss Wolgemuth and friends share about a better way...on Revive Our Hearts Weekend.