If you listened to Part One of Clark Wilson’s testimony, you may be wondering, “How can I hear God like he does?” Pastor Wilson tells about training his sons to be able to hear God’s promptings by practicing spiritual disciplines and learning to listen to Him in the “small things first.” Wilson a
To have a face set like flint is to be determined to endure and overcome obstacles because of the certainty of God’s mission and His calling you to this mission. In this two-part testimony, Rick and Donna Warner tell Bob Newhouse about their calling from God to minister in Mongolia.
In this session, Roger Magnuson challenges all Christians to take a second look at “The Great Commission.” He delves deep into the topic by asking key questions, such as: “Who am I?” and “Where am I going?” Listen as he exhorts on making ministry a passion in our lives.
“The fight for the kingdom is in the heart, which is the center of the belief system.” Mike Davis believes that if we change our belief system, our attitude will change. Do you want to quench the fiery darts of lust that the enemy throws at you? Learn how to fight in Jesus’ conquering name!
Teaching children to love Jesus is often a parent's greatest motivation to keep loving Jesus themselves! Raising children definitely grows us as parents. Children test our ability to draw upon God's love.
The idea first came to Shelley Hendry's husband after he attended a historical presentation acted out on the life of John Adams. He loved the idea; he and his wife had seen period performers at places such as Williamsburg, Virginia. The couple enjoyed reading biographies and history.
While astride a palomino, Lew Sterrett demonstrates the use of the bit, one of the smallest forms of horse tack. Bits have various sizes, shapes, and weights for varying degrees of effectiveness. But what if there is more to horse training than controlling the head and the mouth?
As humans we are tempted, often, to use any number of reasons to believe that God is not good. What could be farther from the truth? Rejoice with Jamie Lash at the perspective-changing joy of acknowledging what God says to be true about Himself, about me, and about my present situation.
Isaiah 40:28-31 promises that those who wait upon the Lord will "renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint". What does it mean to "not grow weary"?
This question-and-answer session yields the answers as to why the Swarr family continues to delight in attending Family Conferences. Each year Dad, Mom, brothers, and sisters look forward to this special time of spiritual refreshment and meeting with other like-minded believers.
James 1:27 tells us that part of pure and undefiled religion is to visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction. Since the early years of their marriage, Ken Keller and his wife, Marie, have been doing just that. Because of a childhood illness, Mrs.
If the Christian worldview did not equally affect every area of life, those of us in the "secular" arena could relax our responsibility to be the salt and light of the world. It would be business as usual apart from religion or Biblical principle. It would be an opportunity missed!
Michael and Patti Ballard’s family was in trouble. Two of their four children had—in their mother Patti’s words—“serious issues,” and Patti could see that the younger siblings were heading down the same path. It was during this time that the Lord directed them to ATI.
“If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed” (John 8:34-36). As every believer knows, it takes more than sincere efforts to change. Freedom from the bondage of sin requires newness of life. Transformation in the souls of men requires power.
Sometimes all things don't seem to work together for good, even if we feel that we are loving God. Can we trust that He is always at work in and through our authorities, whether it be parents, grandparents or policemen?
How do I know I've been called by God? Should I look for logical indications that support the call? Can I expect God to confirm my ministry after I get started? Otto Koning has a unique ability to answer these questions.
Take a walk with Karl Coke through the Tabernacle to understand where God is calling you. Find the delight of walking with God, understand the structure of the church, and expand your vision of ministry.
The real Christian life is one of abiding in Jesus Christ—without Christ you can do nothing. Many Christians have lost vitality in their spiritual lives because they just go through the motions but in reality are living lives that are severed from Jesus Christ.
The “Journey to the Heart” ministry has helped many young people decide to be serious in their relationship with Jesus. Yet, despite a renewed passion for Christ, many have had difficulty maintaining their “mountaintop” intimacy with Him when they return to the “valley” of everyday life.
Communion is God’s design to lead us into self-examination and a time of asking for and receiving forgiveness. This same tool can build strong family relationships as each one—through family communion times—strengthen their walks with Christ and their relationships with one another.
How does Jesus remind you of His everlasting love? It could be just waking up in the morning! Or, maybe it's a pink sunset, like it is for Janny Moore. Or the moon! Or a pair of mourning doves cooing atop a power line.
When God called Keith into evangelistic work, it became evident that His hand was upon Keith. As he gave his heart and mind to the Scriptures and to prayer, he began to see God accomplish mighty things.
The Bible, especially the New Testament, often refers to mysteries. For any cognizant person this ought to spark interest! What is the mystery of Christ? Discovering it and experiencing it for ourselves ought to be at the top of our find-out-more list.
Jim Logan's relationship with his father was a bitter one. He felt that nothing would ever take away the feelings of resentment toward him and the fear of further rejection from others. A miracle that saved him from committing suicide. Attending church. Moving away from home. The army.
Don Richardson, missionary and riveting storyteller, shares stories of taking the Gospel to unreached people groups. God earnestly intends for His supreme blessing, first given to the Jews, to be spread throughout the nations.
In the two sessions on this video, you will learn about the vital few things fathers cannot fail to do if they want to build the foundations of many Godly generations and to make ready a people prepared for the Lord.
When missionary Otto Koning went to New Guinea in the early 1960s, he was not prepared for the irritations he would experience from the local villagers. The natives had a cultural habit of stealing, and Otto soon realized that his possessions began to disappear.
We are certainly in a battle. One by one many educational institutions fall to the philosophies of humanism. What then would constitute an ideal curriculum for those who want to apply the principles of Scripture in every academic discipline? Listen to this insightful message as Dr.
What is God's design for the relationship of government, family and church? In this message, David Barton provides clear definitions and purposes for the roles and responsibilities of civil government and gives practical suggestions for how Christians ought to be involved.
Fear, as we commonly know it, is a sin. In this poweful message, Tom Harmon makes it vividly clear how the fear of God overcomes every other fear we have by providing the dynamic element necessary for dealing with sin and maintaining unbroken fellowship with Him and with others.
In this message, Lew Sterrett unveils one of Christianity's greatest secrets. And the title says it all! Because of Christ, boundaries, brokenness, and blessing interweave to form an unbeatable recipe for internal peace and external power all our life long.
In this first of three messages in his short series, Roy shares a very wise perspective on what Christians can look to when they suffer. Many times, when life seems to fall apart, God will work a miracle to encourage His own.
How are you doing in the middle of your “storm”? Do you wish it could be over, so you could get on with life and start serving the Lord without distraction? Surprise! As Dr. Jobe Martin brings out from a diverse host of Scriptures, Jesus Christ is no mechanical storm-stopper.
With the approach of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's, families large and small will gather, schedules will be planned, and expectations will be raised. All of this can add stress to an already overwhelming sense of busyness.
This humorous message is full of practical insights and examples of witnessing and discipleship. It is a challenge to us as believers to love God and our neighbor indeed, fulfilling our commission to make disciples.