Audio Library

One-Minute Message
Psalm 139:13-14

Being You

Aug 17, 2011
One-Minute Message
John 8:31-32

Living Free

Aug 16, 2011
God's Masterwork, Volume Three: Poets, Prophets, and Promises—A Survey of Job-Daniel

Psalms: Inspired Anthology of Praise

Aug 16, 2011 - Aug 18, 2011

Virtually every emotion that ever swept across the human soul is recorded in the Psalms. This book is the epitome, the very nucleus of worship…and yet it drips with the whole gamut of humanity. As we shall see, the Psalms address the full spectrum of human needs. More than any other Old Testament book, we turn to the Psalms for direction, comfort, and encouragement. No richer bank of wisdom and soul-giving peace is found in the whole world.

One-Minute Message
Philippians 4:8

Greatly Begin!

Aug 15, 2011
One-Minute Message
Titus 3:1-2


Aug 12, 2011
God's Masterwork, Volume Three: Poets, Prophets, and Promises—A Survey of Job-Daniel

Job: Magnificent Man of Misery

Aug 11, 2011 - Aug 15, 2011

The subject of pain and suffering is a popular one for a very simple reason—humans experience a lot of it. At this very moment, vast numbers of people around the globe are enduring physical and emotional trauma like heartache, illness, death. Ours is a life of suffering. We enter the world crying. We walk through it with our shoulders bent into the fiery blast and icy blizzard of affliction. And we leave it in death.

One-Minute Message
Romans 12:9

Love Without Hypocrisy

Aug 11, 2011
One-Minute Message
Hebrews 11:6

What is Legalism?

Aug 10, 2011
One-Minute Message
Galatians 5:1


Aug 9, 2011
God's Masterwork, Volume Two: The Story of God's People—A Survey of Joshua-Esther

Esther: The Beauty and the Best

Aug 8, 2011 - Aug 10, 2011

The book of Esther could appear, at first glance, to be a fictional work. It bears all the marks of a short story: a dramatic plot, a villain, a hero, a damsel in distress, and a surprising climax, followed by everyone living happily ever after. But it is absolutely authentic, bearing all the marks of inspired literature. It is, in fact, a vital link in the chain of Jewish history, as it reveals what neither Ezra nor Nehemiah includes: crucial experiences of the Jews who remained in Persia. As we dig into this account, keep an eye on the central crisis driving the work.


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