Pastor Justin Bleuer (Berean Bible Church in Greene, New York) joined us on Wake Up Right this morning to share his experience of visiting Asbury University this week and talked to us about the meaning of revival and the history of revival in the United States.
As more confusion abounds on sexuality and gender, Dr. Christopher Yuan powerfully articulates that God's truth is crystal clear not gray. Through the narrative of his personal transformation from an agnostic gay man to a Bible professor and through his graduate level education in biblical languages, theology, and even health sciences, Dr. Yuan casts a compelling vision of not embracing our sexuality, but embracing Christ, thus shattering the paradigms of gay and straight and pointing us toward the biblical standard of holy sexuality.
Discover simple, Biblical steps your church can take to get on a path to reproduction that will fully engage your congregation in the mission of God
We’re already one month into 2023, and the new music is coming to us in bunches! We trust you’ll be lifted up and encouraged by these new songs, plus more new music this month from Shane & Shane, Patrick Mayberry, Jon Reddick, and Cochren & Co.
I love the way Paul opens and closes his letters to the churches in the New Testament. In the beginning of many of his letters, he addresses them as beloved, as saints, as those who are sanctified (made holy), as faithful brothers. It is with these greetings in mind that I write to each of you in this month's letter.
Treasured Moments in Black History is a two-minute weekday radio special for the month of February, Black History Month. This special program remembers the people and events in America that have shaped history and inspired lives. By looking back and highlighting these moments, you will be inspired, enriched, and encouraged in your faith walk to make history for God’s kingdom.
Be inspired and learn what effective disciple-makers do from local like-minded disciple-making community of leaders at this free one-day conference.
As we embark on another year, and possibly even ponder the past year (or past several years), many people begin to wax philosophical. We think about what could or should have been, or maybe what we hope will be.