Ever since the time Doug Small shared this simple message from Genesis 18 with our staff in Oak Brook, it has been a favorite, a kind of benchmark for beginning to begin to put in words the spirit of a personal prayer life. Praying is so much more than asking and acquiring answers.
How relevant was the Bible to the Founding Fathers of the United States? Did you know that, during the Constitutional Convention, one of those leaders considered the least religious alluded to fourteen Scripture references in appealing for his peers to reunite in prayer?
Just as there are five levels of physical maturity, there are five levels of spiritual maturity. Infant, child, adult, parent and elder. Chris Hogan teaches how to care for and grow in each level. Also, he explains the two paths our desires could take.
In this message, Mike Davis speaks straight to the heart of the husbands. Do you want to have oneness with your wife? Do you want her to be submissive to your authority? Are you feeling a missing link in your relationship? Learn and apply the key to understanding your wife’s heart.
Hearing what God wants to say is a skill. Sharing with others what God has shared with me is also a skill. Drawing near to God enables us to draw near to others and that is what Mr. Hogan envisions for each one who hears this message.
Building on Part 1, Chris and Anne Hogan share testimonies of how the Lord has enabled couples to relax and relate to one another regardless of the many other factors that come up in a relationship. There may be needs, time constraints, and personality clashes.
Real friendship takes courage. In this humorous yet informative message, Chris Hogan identifies the need to be courageous and shares about the concept of quieting your soul. The stories from his marriage as well as others’ will benefit you in your relationships!