We’ve all looked at a button in a car or a switch on a wall and wondered, “What’s that for?” But have you ever looked at your Bible and asked the same question? What’s the purpose of the Bible? Find out when you join us on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg.
What do these verses mean? That’s the most important question you can ask when reading the Bible. Of course, the answer isn’t always obvious. Fact is, we all have questions . . . aren’t always sure we know what a passage of Scripture means. Why that confusion? Does God want His Word to be hard to . . .
Christians have always wondered about the best way to “do” church. It seems like everything is debated—from preaching styles to music genres, from governance structures to outreach models. If only we could go back in time to see how the apostles ran the original church . . .
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It’s not uncommon for moms to feel intimidated when parenting a boy—but God chose you for this specific purpose! Rhonda Stoppe offers encouragement and practical help to women who want to raise good and godly men. It’s a challenging role for moms, but God will equip you.
Which do you enjoy talking about the most? People, events or ideas? Which do you feel the most comfortable emotionally doing? Criticizing someone or complimenting someone? For many people it is easier to gossip about someone than to encourage them. Dr. Stanley discusses how our speech is to be . . .
Hosts: Larry Sonnenburg, Dr. Alice Benton, Milan Yerkovich
- How can I help my 14yo granddaughter who told me her 30yo brother sexually abused her?
- I’m a traveling salesman who has fallen into drinking and porn; is there a connection between this and my mom’s emotional abuse?
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As humans we love being in control. We want an answer for everything, and we often want it in advance. But as Christ followers, we need to let go of the controls, and trust that God loves us enough not to reveal all that lies ahead in our lives.