Christians are called to be salt and light. Are we succeeding? Scott Sauls believes it's time for believers to do a better job helping our friends and neighbors see the real Jesus in us.
Non-Christians often give Christians a bad rap. Do we deserve it? Pastor Scott Sauls admits a lot of damage has been done in the name of Christ, and it's time we changed that and he has some suggestions.
Jesus commands His followers to be great neighbors. Are we? Scott Sauls talks about what it would look like to live so compellingly in our cities that, if we were removed, people would miss us terribly.
This Easter and Lent weekend, grasp the breadth and depth of Jesus' love for us with guests Philip Ryken, Paul Miller, and Josh McDowell.
Bryan Loritts turns to Isaiah 9 to remind us of who Jesus is, what He came to do, and what He came to deliver us from.
Herod knew there could only be one king. He was right. Pastor Bryan Loritts talks about the sovereignty of God at work--even in the ugly parts of the Christmas story.
Why isn't Easter celebrated like Christmas? Barbara Rainey tells how she and her husband, Dennis, gathered their family together to have an Easter celebration they'll remember for years to come.
Barbara Rainey believes that Easter can be a perfect time to teach your children about Jesus. She shares ideas of how to make Holy Week special.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey and their daughter Laura reflect on Christmases past and the traditions they shared.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey, along with their daughter Laura reflect on some fun Rainey Christmases they've enjoyed.
After researching the names of Christ, Barbara Rainey explains how she came up with the idea of having Christmas ornaments that reflect who Christ is.
This holiday season Dennis and Barbara Rainey suggest hiding one new Christmas ornament and letting a child open one decorated bag each week of advent season.
Dennis and Barbara Rainey tell how they prepare for the holidays now as empty nesters.
Brothers Ryan and Josh Shook talk about their years of spiritual struggle, and their crisis of faith which eventually lead them to accept the truths of Scripture for themselves.
Ryan and Josh Shook tell how they came back from the brink of spiritual death after years of doubting their faith.