When it comes to receiving information, I’d guess that we have more choices than any generation in the history of the world! Do you know that you can also choose to unplug and be quiet? You can choose peace no matter what is happening around you. Find out how on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Think of all the things that fill our world with sound. Between cell phones, co-workers and kids, it seems like noise is everywhere. I think you’ll find the next Revive Our Hearts to be more than just another instance of noise. We’ll learn how to have a quiet heart, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
If you ever feel like God doesn’t care about what you’re going through, you need to remind yourself of the same things Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth does. Find comfort in the tender goodness of God, on Revive Our Hearts, with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
When King David experienced the chaos of a flood, in Psalm 29, he reminded himself of an important truth: that the Lord sits enthroned over the flood. Find comfort in the sovereignty of God, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
When God sent the ten plagues in the book of Exodus, He was systematically showing His supremacy over the false gods of ancient Egypt. Is it possible that COVID-19 is exposing the idols of our day? Stephen Kendrick thinks so. You’ll be challenged and encouraged on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
What do we do when we run out? Whether it’s toilet paper or time or tonight’s meal, our resources are limited, and we’re dependent on God. On the next Revive Our Hearts, Mary Kassian takes us to the Old Testament to show us lessons we can learn when we’re living from the bottom of the barrel, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Are you tired of trying to make it on your own? If your resources are depleted, Mary Kassian says you need to see things in the right perspective, and that involves remembering something very important. Be reminded, on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
If you find yourself weighed down by bad news, you need hope. You need perspective. You need to be grounded in God’s people and His Word. Hear highlights from the videocast Grounded and be infused with hope and perspective, on Revive Our Hearts.
If you know Christ, you are rich. The national debt can’t change that. The unemployment rate can’t change it. Gas prices can’t affect it. Learn to appreciate the riches available to you in Jesus on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Here’s good news about adversity: it shows you what’s in your heart. So when your finances, your patience or your ability is being squeezed, it’s an opportunity for God to reveal and heal attitudes that need changed. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth explains more, on Revive Our Hearts.
When’s the last time you slowed down and just were still before the Lord? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth shows you why you need those seasons of being still and shows you how to calm your heart on Revive Our Hearts.
Here’s the way it works. First you receive money in the form of a salary. Then you pay some of it to the government in taxes. Now, it might be a stretch, but think of your words like money. You receive words of blessing from God, and that enables you to give words of blessing to others. But unlike paying taxes, blessing others can be a great joy. Hear more on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth .
Words are powerful. I’ll bet you can remember times when others spoke cruel words to you. Even if they’re not true, the things others say can stick with us and affect our lives for years! But there is a way to be free. Find freedom from the curse of words on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Plants that grow in an environment completely free of any wind or resistance don’t thrive like they should. On the next Revive Our Hearts, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth shows us from God’s Word that you and I are a lot like plants. Find out how the pressures of life can help strengthen us on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.
Some people are good at making plants grow, and their house is full of greenery. Others seem to specialize in the brown and shriveled look. But whether or not we’re naturally good at it, we all can learn to bless the people around us. Our words can be like water and nutrients that help them grow and blossom. Hear more on Revive Our Hearts with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth.