A Prayer and a Plea for Our Nation
Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a disgrace to any people (Proverbs 14:34, nasb).
As we watch the news and see our city streets in turmoil, my heart, like...
Apr 5, 2020
Hope Amidst Uncertainty
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life (John 3:16).
It’s a passage familiar to...
Feb 13, 2020
James E. Allman
The GoodDr. Jim Allman, professor of Old Testament and Bible Exposition, discusses how the good for believers always focuses on Christlikeness, to include sharing in Christ's suffering.
Jan 31, 2020
Sandra L. Glahn
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 17, 2020
Kim HumphriesPhilip F. Humphries
Lessons From Suffering and LossDr. Phil Humphries, associate professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership, and his wife, Kim, a licensed clinical social worker and counselor, discuss the lessons they are...
Dec 7, 2019
Glenn R. Kreider
When "Why" is the Wrong QuestionDr. Glenn Kreider, professor of Theological Studies, pauses in the tension of the problem of evil and the goodness of God, recognizing the theological difficulty of the space, and...
Oct 25, 2019
Here Comes the JudgeRev. Robert Crummie, pastor of Mt. Calvary MBC and president of Carver College, both in the Atlanta metro area of GA, teaches from Paul's letter to Timothy, written from Paul's...
Sep 27, 2019
Michael A. Ortiz
A Hope to Discern, Embrace, and LiveDr. Michael Ortiz, department chair of World Missions, studies Paul's letter to the Romans to help believers more fully appreciate the rich hope found in and through Christ.
Jul 12, 2019
Forgiven: A Holistic TransformationI remember vividly how I felt in that classroom at the Agriculture University. Pastor Okoch’s hatred was palpable, and I began to wonder what I had said to compel this man to...
May 1, 2019
George M. Hillman
Hope Has a NameDr. George Hillman, vice president of Student Life, shares a message of hope from the Psalms, founded in Jesus, and reminds believers to preach this hope to themselves and others.
Resurrection Truth and HopeIn this episode, Mikel Del Rosario, Drs. Darrell L. Bock, and Gary R. Habermas discuss the truth and significance of Jesus’ resurrection, focusing on the hope Christianity...
Mar 8, 2019
Ruth Padilla DeBorst
The Blessing of FoolishnessDr. Ruth Padilla DeBorst concludes the World Evangelization Conference affirms the cross and resurrection of Jesus as ground enough for a hope that seems foolish to the world.
Oct 5, 2018
God's Wonders in the Place of Darkness“I would give about anything to not have to say what I am about to tell you.” The speaker was our family physician, a friend of twenty years, and the conversation occurred six...
Sep 28, 2018
Mark L. Bailey
The Dark Corners of Our PraisesIn his exposition of Psalm 88, Spurgeon wrote, “The mind can descend far lower than the body, for it, there are bottomless pits. The flesh can bear only a certain number of...
Jun 29, 2018
Richard D. Calenberg
Heavenly Minded and Earthly HolyDr. Rick Calenberg, professor of World Missions and Intercultural Ministries, discusses his reflection on heaven and how the hope it invokes motivates believers to live holy now.
Kiss the Wave: Embracing God in Your TrialsFour months prior to our arrival in the Middle East, I’d had extensive surgery. Both my arms were operated on at the same time, and the recovery was traumatic. Years previously,...
Jan 25, 2018
Mindset of an AthleteDr. Gary Brandenburg, co-lead pastor of Fellowship Bible Church in Dallas, TX, talks about Paul's second analogy, an athlete, in 2 Timothy, highlighting patterns that train leaders...