"He hath done all things well" (Mark 7:37). David Gibbs Jr. recounts the story of his mother's impossible work, a nearly-unbelievable story about the way someone who couldn't do anything did a great work in the kingdom.
In this heartfelt message, Michelle Duggar shares from her experience some of the verses, insights and operational definitions that have strengthened her in looking unto Jesus as a mother of 19 children.
In one seamless flow, Rebekah Swicegood recites an exciting word for word dramatization of Matthew 1-9. The lineage of Jesus Christ. His birth. His victory using the Scriptures Himself to overcome temptations.
"Why do you want to waste your life merely doing something great for God when He invites you to do the impossible for Him?" What a question! What a challenge! And yet the impossible is precisely what God wants to do. Anyone can do great things.
Nehemiah's prayer for his impossible task was short but full of power: "O God, strengthen my hands." God heard that prayer and answered—mightily and miraculously. As a result, the wall was built and surrounding enemies acknowledged that the work was wrought of God.
What has Christianity become in America? It may be that American Christianity is the most deceptive and far-reaching substitute yet for the original way of life that Christ brought to offer His Church.
Finances, Future, Family. In these three areas we all find practical tests of our faith. In the face of hardship when our commitments are tested, we may ask if God knows and cares. Will He show Himself strong for someone like me?
For those want God's power and protection in their family, Tom Harmon unfolds the chief topics of prayer that have kept his family on target in the midst of a crooked and perverse world. With typical fervor he combines his personal testimonies with Biblical principles of prayer.
What is a wife to do? What if expectations for a truly romantic and loving marriage go unmet for fourteen years? Jenny Speed recounts the difficult things she went through trying to figure out what had gone wrong with her husband.
A dynamic family is a ministry-minded family! From living out the principles in their own home to visiting nursing homes, churches or other countries, the Duggar family parents share a few of the ways in which a one accord family can serve, bless and witness to others.
One of the hardest things in parenting is learning to let go. For those who have grown children, or even those that are just beginning a family, this statement may accurately describe that apprehensive feeling when anticipating the inevitable.
As Americans we tend to sidestep the fact that "clutter" is more than a personal inconvenience or an eye sore. In this humorous talk by Kay Hill we gain a fresh perspective on the value of the people God has placed in our lives and consequently the value of decluttering our home.
Josef Tson is a man who has experienced the reality of life after death, death to self. From his first exposure to the agenda of atheism at age fourteen until the fall of Communism in Romania in 1989, the Lord was teaching him how living comes after dying.
Tom Harmon gives a vivid and colorful sermon on exactly what it means to honor, read, study and use the Word of God. It's transforming power is the key to growth as a Christian. But our growth in the Truth must be led by the Holy Spirit and tempered in real time situations.
Husbands love having a collaborating conversation. However in our haste to collaborate, if connecting and comforting conversations are skipped, courageous and conciliatory conversations will soon be needed!
So what is evolution: fact, fiction, or religious belief? Ray Comfort presents a hard-hitting case for the fact that it is, necessarily, a religion. And proof for or against a religion is not to be found in science first, but in conscience.
In high school, in all four years of college, and again in law school, David Gibbs was on the winning side of the debate competition at the national level. Yet, as he details in this video, to prove that I'm right is often wrong!
Scripture tells of two kings with outstanding character, but the contrast in their motives eventually brought very different results. One king sought to be good; the other sought to be Godly. One king sought to please man; the other was honored of God.
Wait a minute! When and where does a strong, loving marriage relationship actually begin? As a single young person, what if you could avoid one of the biggest mistakes of our time and lay a better foundation for marriage NOW?
Jesus grew in wisdom, stature, and favor with God and man (Luke 2:25). The Benham brothers share insights about growing in wisdom by diligently reading God's Word and growing in stature by faithfully executing the small things He gives us.
The old adage "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not to thine own understanding" carries tremendous weight for a New Testament Christian. As believers, do we believe what God says is true about who we are? Have we or have we not been made the very righteousness of God in Christ?
If only every young person in America could spend one day on patrol with a policeman. . . . But maybe this message by Tom Harmon will suffice. With sobering realism he warns of the consequences of one wrong choice. One drink. One thought. One wordly tune.
What makes prayer so powerful? As David Gibbs puts it, "prayer moves the arm of the Almighty." But do we actually pray with that conviction in mind? From a brief examination of Elijah in James 5:17, David pinpoints four essential components to praying with power.
If you were given knowledge, riches, happiness or honor without wisdom what good would it actually do? David Gibbs challenges us to seek the one thing that won't fail when we need to know what to do and when to do it.
As you may have begun to see from your own experience, an abundant life centers upon one vital discipline, the discipline of meditating faithfully on Scripture. By God's grace His words can transform our daily lives, including both our routine activities and its unexpected challenges.
I have seen more people ruined by success than failure, states Ron Dunn. The longer we live, the more we understand how a weakness, trial or thorn in the flesh will make us more like Christ than our accomplishments.