Studying and teaching the Bible is of great importance. Hear from noted bible teachers Chuck Swindoll, Kay Arthur, John MacArthur, and Tony Evans.
Can God change the humdrum into something holy? Certainly, say authors Sara Hagerty and Barbara Rainey, when we invite God into those moments and tasks.
Author Sara Hagerty and Barbara Rainey remind listeners that we were created to be seen first by God, and then by the people around us.
Sara Hagerty, author of "Unseen," talks about what it means to live a life that is seemingly hidden and unnoticed.
"Many are the plans in a person's heart, but it is the LORD's purpose that prevails." Lauren Chandler, Mike Howerton, and William Barcley teach that surrendering your plans to God is the first step in knowing His will.
The admonishment of Ephesians 4 to put off the old and put on the new applies in unique ways to blended families. Pastor Tim Lundy concludes his message on Ephesians 4.
Ephesians 4 teaches that, for those of us in Christ, we must put off the old way of life and put on who we are in Christ. Tim Lundy shares a message to blended families from this Scripture.
Barbara Rainey, Karis Kimmel Murray, Tim and Darcy Kimmel, and Stephen Williams give their definitions of courage, and stories of their own courageous decisions.
Paul Miller, David Nasser, and Megan Hill encourage listeners to draw close to God our Father through prayer.
Pastor Erwin Lutzer believes many Christians don't witness to others because of a troubled conscience. Lutzer encourages believers to come clean with God and others in order to know peace.
Erwin Lutzer shares what it means to live in the freedom of a clear conscience to others and to God. Lutzer explains what a conscience is, and reminds us that, "A good conscience is a continual feast."
What started out as a one-house remodeling project has blossomed into a passion and a calling for Dan Wallrath. Hear how God grabbed his heart to help the men and women who have served our country.
A friend contacted Dan Wallrath about remodeling their home for their son, who had sustained a severe head injury in the war. Find out how making this home wheelchair accessible changed several lives.
Susan Yates talks about making a conscious choice to trust God each moment of the day. Yates, a mother of five grown children, remembers her first Christmas as an empty-nester.
Emotionally and physically depleted author Susan Yates whispered "Help me, Lord," and was surprised by the words God spoke to her heart. Her solution, she realized, was to get to know how big God was.
Brad Hewitt asks believers to consider the benefits of generosity. Whether giving our finances, time or talent, generosity blesses not only those who receive, but also those who give.
Brad Hewitt tells how consumerism thwarts our walk with God. Hewitt reminds us that it isn't how much you have, but what your heart longs for that determines whether you will be content.
Brad Hewitt challenges listeners to adopt a new money mindset in which God owns it all, and we are merely stewards of His money.
Jesus is the reason we celebrate Easter, but do our friends and neighbors know that by the way we celebrate? Barbara Rainey encourages Christians to find ways to make their Easter celebrations special.
Barbara Rainey, a wife, mother, and grandmother, shares easy ways to make the holiday meal more meaningful this Easter.
Barbara Rainey encourages believers to keep Christ's death, burial and resurrection at the forefront of their Easter celebrations.
Barbara Rainey reminds us of Jesus' commandment to remember His death. With that in mind, Rainey believes Christians should make a big deal out of Easter, and she offers some ideas on how to do just that.
When raising her family, Barbara Rainey always wanted to make Easter significant. Now an empty-nester, Rainey considers the meaning behind Passover and the beauty of celebrating the resurrection of Christ.
You don't first fix marriages horizontally, you fix them first vertically, says author and counselor Paul David Tripp. It's disastrous if we forget the Gospel in our marriges.
Author and counselor Paul David Tripp says the little, day-to-day moments in a marriage are profound. Because if God is there in the little moments, they are supremely important.
Resting is a spiritual discipline that many of us choose to ignore. Guests Hannah Anderson and Barbara Rainey describe why our souls are in desperate need of consistent periods of rest.
Where is your treasure? Mary Hunt, Callie Briese, Randy Alcorn, and Dennis Rainey help give perspective and offer tips for how to better manage your earthly blessings.
Don Whitney tells believers how to put some spark back into their prayer life. When we pray the Scriptures back to God we find ourselves praying with fervor.
Don Whitney coaches Christians not to forget to pray the words of Scripture as they seek the Lord, and then shows us how using Ephesians 5:21: "Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ."
New Year's Eve, 1992: Dennis and Bob sat down in a rented recording studio and had a conversation about the coming new year. Find out how well Bob and Dennis kept their resolutions, as we turn the clock back.