Category  |  New Birth

Embracing the “newness” God has in store for us!

At the start of a new year, it’s smart to slow down, take a breath, and consider all the “new things” coming up! Let's get excited about the future.

Find parallels for the Christian life from Ruth’s commitment to Naomi

When we make the decision to trust in God, our life starts going in a new direction. We turn away from old habits, and start following a new path.

Jesus’ Parables From The Perspective Of Those Who Heard Him Firsthand

Another thought-provoking discussion on God’s Word. We’re stepping back into the first century, to hear Jesus’ parables from the perspective of those who heard Him firsthand, and seeing how we can relate two thousand years later!

What Does It Take To Embrace The Life Of Faith And Follow Jesus?

Not everyone has a dramatic conversion. You may be thinking your redemption story isn’t all that spectacular.

Getting Back To The Core Message Of The Gospel

God has promised to forgive our sins through Jesus, and nothing can be added, or subtracted from that truth.

A Thought-provoking Presentation On A Familiar Parable Of Jesus

In today’s culture, the successful and wealthy are held in highest esteem. And, in contrast, those with very little, who have no acclaim, are often overlooked.

How C.s. Lewis Became A Devout Follower Of Jesus Christ

Perhaps you’re searching for answers to whether God really does exist . . . or you may have a loved one struggling with doubt.

Making A Decision To Have A Relationship With God

Choosing to accept or reject Christ is the most important decision a person can make. It not only affects our life here on earth, but our eternal future.

Reconciling Our Humanness To Our Being Made New In Christ

When we become a part of God’s family, we have a new allegiance . . . a new outlook on life. How do we deal with the dilemma that although we are made new in Christ, we are still human and make mistakes?

Abandoning Our Way . . . For God's Way

It takes more than an intellectual decision or even deep-felt emotion to follow Christ. It takes action. When God calls you somewhere, it’s the Christian’s responsibility to follow where He leads.

 

Faith--a Fundamental Spiritual Concept

Einstein established the famous equation, E = MC2. Do you know what those letter stand for?

PURPOSE: To help listeners get an appreciation of what it means to live by faith.

Einstein established the famous equation, E = MC2. Do you know what those letter stand for?

Having An Eternal Perspective Helps Keep The 10th Commandment

Have you ever lived for an extended period of time in another country as a citizen of the United States? What difference does that make in the way you think and the way you act?

PURPOSE: To help listeners recognize that the solution for covetousness rests in the presence and promise of God.

Have you ever lived for an extended period of time in another country as a citizen of the United States? What difference does that make in the way you think and the way you act?

"if Only I Had . . ." The Only Thing That Satisfies

Who is Augustine?

What do you know about him?

In his Confessions, he made the statement, "You have made us for yourself, O Lord, and our heart is restless until it rests in you."

PURPOSE: To help listeners see the deception of trying to satisfy the deepest hunger of their lives with lesser things.

Who is Augustine?

"you Shall Not Covet" Points To Our Deepest Hunger

Who is Augustine?

What do you know about him?

In his Confessions, he made the statement, "You have made us for yourself, O Lord, and our heart is restless until it rests in you."

PURPOSE: To help listeners see the deception of trying to satisfy the deepest hunger of their lives with lesser things.

Who is Augustine?

Coveting Or Seeking God's Kingdom?

It’s important to recognize that Christianity doesn’t necessarily differ from other religions in pointing out spiritual sickness. It differs in the cure for that sickness.

PURPOSE: To help listeners realize that Christianity is not different from other philosophies in recognizing the danger of covetousness, but it does differ from other religions in the cure for that sickness.

It’s important to recognize that Christianity doesn’t necessarily differ from other religions in pointing out spiritual sickness. It differs in the cure for that sickness.