The Christian life isn’t a spectator sport . . . viewed from the grandstands. It’s an active life . . . played on the field of God’s choosing. But the game of life has a way of delivering joy in victory . . . and agony in defeat. Going through a tough situation right now?Read More »
A well-written story has us sitting on the edge of our seat. We connect with the main characters, are gripped by the trials they face, and sigh in relief when all ends well.
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Whether it’s the death of a loved one, deep financial loss, or a wayward child, trials afflict us all at one time or another. God doesn’t remove the pain from difficult circumstances, but His grace does sustain us through them.Read More »
Just like gold is refined in a fire, our faith is refined through testing. Perhaps you’re going through a difficult time right now . . . a testing of your faith.Read More »
Is anything too hard for God to do? The obvious answer is no, but if that’s the case, why doesn’t He use His power to heal all cancer, bring peace among nations, and protect us from pain and suffering? Let’s tackle these difficult questions.Read More »
There are days when the weight of the world seems to be placed solely on your shoulders. Days when there’s no relief in sight. And you wonder how you’ll ever take just one more step. Sound familiar?Read More »
All of us face trials in our lives. Today Haddon, Alice and Mart share some profound guidance on making it through those tough times.Read More »
Often our faith is tested through the “daily-ness” of life. There is something about coming through adversity that makes us strong. Examine the value of a faith tested by trials.Read More »
During times of testing, our faith is revealed for what it truly is.Read More »
In the Genesis account of Cain and Abel, Cain’s response to not being affirmed by God was to kill his brother whom God had accepted.
Why? Have you ever known someone who is eaten up with envy?
PURPOSE: To help listeners face envy and learn to overcome it.
In the Genesis account of Cain and Abel, Cain’s response to not being affirmed by God was to kill his brother whom God had accepted.Read More »