Singing the Lord’s Songs in a Foreign Land, Day 4

One Psalm in the Bible has been described as having a beloved first verse and a horrible sounding final verse.  Can you guess which Psalm it is?  Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth will walk you through the much-loved parts and the horrible-sounding parts and show how the entire Psalm points us to the gospel.  Join Nancy for Revive Our Hearts.

Singing the Lord’s Songs in a Foreign Land, Day 3

Imagine you owned a business and received a big order.  Then you realized the order came from Planned Parenthood, a major provider of abortions.  Would you fulfill the order?  Hear about a woman in that situation, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Singing the Lord’s Songs in a Foreign Land, Day 2

When you’re in the middle of a painful situation, do you feel like you can’t sing?  Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth will show you some moving examples of believers who sang even when it seemed like there was no earthly reason. Join her for Revive Our Hearts.

Singing the Lord’s Songs in a Foreign Land, Day 1

Psalm 137 has been called “perhaps the most troubling of all the psalms in the Psalter.”  It’s difficult to read and difficult to understand.  But Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth says even though it’s challenging, it’s valuable for us to study.  Join her for Revive Our Hearts.

Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy, Day 4

Jesus knew what it meant to grieve deeply.  Whatever pain or suffering you go through, He knows what it feels like.  Mark Vroegop will explore the lament of Jesus on Good Friday, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy, Day 3

Believers in Jesus are called to be joyful.  But when you go through something tragic, it’s OK to be honest and OK to greive.  Pastor Mark Vroegop will show you how to grieve with hope, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy, Day 2

The New Testament tells us to do all things without grumbling or complaining.  Yet the Psalmist and many other biblical characters complained. How do you know which one is right?  Pastor Mark Vrogop will show you the right way to complain, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy, Day 1

We’re not supposed to lament, right?  Isn’t that wrong? Aren’t we supposed to be joyful all the time? Pastor Mark Vroegop will address these questions and help you understand the biblical language of lament, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Dealing With Depression and Doubt, Day 5

A woman named Kathy carried around a painful secret for decades.  She didn’t tell anyone –even her husband—about the way she’d been wronged as a teenager.  Then, God did something amazing in her life.  Hear how the power of forgiveness can heal the deepest hurts, next time on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Dealing With Depression and Doubt, Day 4

Where’s the joy? … How much longer do I have to hurt? … Why can’t the pain go away? Why me? Questions we’ve all asked. There is an answer, but it’s not what we expect. Perhaps not even what we’d hoped. But with new eyes, we’ll see that the answer—God’s answer—is infinitely better than what we’d hoped for, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

Dealing With Depression and Doubt, Day 3

We sometimes laugh at people who talk to themselves, and think they’re “a little off.” But, as the saying goes, “Don’t knock it ‘til you’ve tried it.” Talking to ourselves can be a good idea … IF what we say is true. In fact, as we’ll hear today, this is exactly what one man did in order to renew his strength and courage. Learn more about his journey on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.

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