Folks often mock people who pray for others on social media. It’s become a trendy thing to do, mocking “thoughts and prayers” when a tragedy happens. But Paul actually said the Corinthian believers “also helped together by prayer for us” when he and his fellow laborers were in affliction (2 Cor 1:11). So Christian, prayer does actually help others. Join us for today’s broadcast to learn more!
Radio broadcast for September 3, 2023. Continue reading “Prayer Works!”
There is a proper place for mourning after a tragedy. Sometimes people feel ashamed to mourn and there are even times when people are scolded for it. But it’s a proper part of the healing process though the sting of loss never fully goes away.
In today’s broadcast, we share the first half of a message from Matthew chapter 14 and our Lord Jesus’ response to the death of John the Baptist, which was to go to God in solitude and pray.
Radio broadcast for June 25, 2023. Continue reading “Mourning and Miracles, Part 1”
In our continuation of last week’s thoughts on the fact that we receive “grace for grace,” we shift our focus from our eternal deliverance to our daily sustenance. That is, God blesses us with sustaining grace through ordinary means throughout our lives, to nourish and grow us.
Radio broadcast for March 26, 2023. Continue reading “Sustained by Grace (Grace for Grace, Part 2)”
In our last broadcast, we considered how important the church is in our daily lives. Today, we follow up that message with one on the resource we commonly neglect to utilize, prayer.
Radio broadcast for June 12, 2022 Continue reading “Prayer: Our Underutilized Weapon”
Concluding the message we began on last weekend’s broadcast, we consider aspects of the importance of prayer as a first line of defense in times of adversity.
Radio broadcast for March 13, 2020. Continue reading “A Continual Prayer Vigil, Part 2”