Willing and Able: CommendableJon Burns closes the World Evangelization Conference with a challenge to believers in regard to living lives that are commendable.
Mar 5, 2020
Willing and Able: TestableWEC Week speaker Jon Burns proposes that a life tested and found constant contributes to building a willing and able life of service.
Mar 4, 2020
Willing and Able: MoldableJon Burns continues to encourage listeners to be willing and able, walking in the characteristic of being moldable.
Mar 3, 2020
Willing and Able: InterruptibleJon Burns, president of Greater Europe Mission, begins the World Evangelization Conference by highlighting what it means to be willing and able for God's glory, beginning with the...
Feb 29, 2020
EnduranceDr. Michael Pocock, senior professor emeritus in World Missions, highlights how the challenges of studies, family, work, and ministry require endurance, which result in efficacy...
Meeting God in the DarknessMrs. Laura Murray, author, speaker, and spiritual director, based in Richardson, TX, reminds listeners how God invites his people to hear his voice and trust him in times of...
Feb 26, 2020
My Ascent into DarknessPastor Stan Newton, director of Community Relations and Formation Ministries at DTS-Houston, encourages believers to praise the Lord as a cathartic path out of "ministry darkness,"...
Feb 25, 2020
Blessed are the MeekDr. Nathan Smith, senior pastor of Heritage Baptist Church in Lynchburg, VA, takes a look at the disposition of a life that has been tenderized by grace.
Feb 24, 2020
Shepherd God's FlockPhilip Kwon, pastor of Leadership Development at Woods Edge Community Church in Spring, TX, highlights the aim of the charge for believers as ministers is always love: love for...
Feb 21, 2020
Strength to Know the Love of ChristScott Stonehouse, senior pastor of Woodcreek Church in Richardson, TX, reflects on Paul's request to God the Father to strengthen the Ephesians through the Holy Spirit to know the...
Faith & Work
Feb 20, 2020
Christina CrenshawDarrell L. Bock
Cultural Engagement: Human TraffickingDr. Darrell Bock talks with Dr. Christina Crenshaw, lecturer of English at Baylor University, about engaging issues within society, not to simply help or solve problems, but to...
From Kerygma to CatechesisDr. Doug Sweeney, dean of Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, AL, opens the W.H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship with a dive into the history of the sources of authority for...
Feb 3, 2020
From Paralysis to BlindnessDr. Will Johnston, associate professor of New Testament, discusses the paralytic's rejection of Jesus, even after being healed, as a stark contrast to the humility of the blind man...
Jan 31, 2020
When God is SilentDr. Sandra Glahn, associate professor of Media Arts and Worship, shares part of her story, reiterating how the road of faith is filled with doubt, hope, and grief when the Unseen...
Jan 30, 2020
Dealing with Knife Wounds in Your BackIkki Soma, pastor of City of Refuge Church in Houston, TX, discusses the pain of betrayal and the response of believers as highlighted through David's experience of betrayal by...