The inward strength to withstand stress to accomplish God’s best (Galatians 6:9)
For centuries, the camel has served as a reliable source of transportation across areas impassable by any other means. From its nose to its hump to its tail, the camel is uniquely designed to withstand the stress of harsh desert conditions that stop most other creatures.
Being poor in Spirit
Mourning over sin
Meekness of heart
Longing for righteousness
Purity of heart
Three phases of the work of God's Spirit
Three steps to gain the power of love
How to pass each test
The rewards of passing the tests...
Steps to Maturity Through the Eight Calllings of II Peter 1
Expanding our range of ministry
Continuing in faith after salvation...
Jim Bob and Michelle have a rich testimony of the ways God has worked in their personal lives and in their family by making one commitment...
Some situations are harder to accept than others. Yet when we trust the Lord we find that His will is exactly what we would have chosen if...
The crippling enemy of obedience. A subtle thief. A defiant squanderer of time and seasons. Slothfulness is all this and more. Here is a...
Paul & Jenny Speed
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...
Things are not as they appear. Approaching tragedies, or even daily irritations, from a new perspective, this message reminds believers of...
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...
David Gibbs Jr.
Second only to Jesus Christ, we find more about David written in the Bible than we do about any other one person. Through him God was free...