Do you sometimes support the Lord’s work because you know you should—not because you want to? Well, if you’ve ever given that way before you’re not alone. But giving can and should be a joyous act of worship.
Pastor Richard Ellis launched Reunion Church on October 5, 1997 in a small office in the Uptown area of Dallas, Texas. A group of 15 believers, devoted to the Lord, shared a common mission to reach the ALL of Dallas with the truth of the Gospel of . . .
We have a problem… We think we’re “good.” But can we truly be objective in our self-assessment? Radio host and author Brant Hansen shares the good news about how flawed we really are, with insights about our need for humility in a self-righteous culture.
Several important keys will help you get through these trials with grace. Listen as Dr. Charles Stanley shares the godly responses that are essential to “suffering successfully.” You can remain loving and forgiving through persecution if you stay focused on the Lord.
Concluding the message, “All the Lonely People,” Pastor Jack Graham teaches that there are many types of loneliness. But regardless of what we are experiencing, Pastor Graham reminds us that God is with us even in the deepest valley. To combat loneliness, he teaches, we must commune with God, . . .
If it were possible to avoid suffering, most of us would. In this world, however, adversity is unavoidable. But that isn’t necessarily a bad thing! The way we face challenges reveals a lot about our faith. Hear more on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg.
After many years of prayer and seeking God through a denominational movement, God led Pastor Mat to Calvary Chapel. Within the Calvary Chapel movement he found the simplicity of the early church in Acts being replicated in our own day. His desire is . . .