The hope of all the world. The return of Jesus to this world is described by Paul as “the blessed hope.” What does the Second Coming of Jesus mean to you? Learn how the message of Jesus’ return can encourage you in your daily experience and add power to your relationship with Him.
Before Jesus shared the most famous verse in the Bible, He spoke with a wealthy man about his need to be born again. As he spoke to Nicodemus, Jesus took him—and takes us—back to a fascinating Old Testament story that outlines the profoundly simple yet powerful science of conversion. How are we to be saved? Join Pastor John Bradshaw to learn how simple salvation really is.
Both bridges were masterpieces of design and cost millions of dollars to build. But they collapsed, causing terrible damage and loss of life. Just as bridges are not supposed to fall, it isn’t God’s intention that Christians fall. So what happens when you do? Join Pastor John Bradshaw for an encouraging look at how God treats those who fail and fall.
Trials come into the life of every person born, and God doesn’t always intervene to stop them. Why does God allow trials to challenge us? How should we respond when trials come? This biblical look at the purpose of trials will grow your faith in God, help you to look past your immediate situation, and trust in Him to get you through!
Given every opportunity to flee to safety, Lot’s wife turned back towards her home and turned into a pillar of salt. God still calls people to follow Him without looking back. What can we learn from the experience of Mrs. Lot and her family? And why did Jesus say, “Remember Lot’s wife”?
God wants to forgive us, but He can’t forgive someone who harbors resentment and unforgiveness. Join Pastor John Bradshaw as we discuss the topic of forgiveness and its power to mend and restore a broken heart.
An unassuming Englishman saved the lives of almost 700 children and told no one for 50 years. In the Bible, four men bring someone to the feet of Jesus. We don’t know their names, but their actions changed a life and still speak to us today. In “The Unsung,” Pastor John Bradshaw reminds us that even the humblest actions can have a life-changing effect.
Light is important for many of life’s basic functions. The Bible says Jesus is the “Light of the world,” but Jesus told His followers they were to be “the light of the world.” Discover His plan to use you to light up the world with a revelation of His character.
In Athens, Greece, stand the ruins of a remarkable temple, dedicated to the king of the Olympian gods. Much is known about ancient temples, but how much is known about the temple of God? Where is it? What’s going on there? And how does it affect your life today?
What is grace? How does it work in the life of a believer? And how does grace operate in the life of a sinner? Using contrasting examples of two towering figures of Bible history, “Gracious” reveals a God who is always loving, always good, and always gracious.
A gentile woman came seeking healing for her daughter. Jesus—the Savior of the world—told the woman the children’s food should not be given to “dogs.” Why did Jesus address the woman in this way? And what was it about her response that demonstrated great faith?
Jesus. The Savior of the world. But it seems many are confused about whose side Jesus is on. When trials come, people feel as though Jesus is not on their side. “For Us” goes inside the book of Hebrews and discovers where Jesus is and what He is doing now.