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My Favorite Quotes From “Show Them Jesus”

What is the Bible? Many today think of it as a rulebook of does and don’ts. Others see it as a storybook to encourage children to be brave or kind. But the Bible is so much more than that. This week, Jack Klumpenhower joined us on the program and talked about how to preach the good […]

The Meaning of Work

In the last several years, we’ve seen record levels of unemployment. It even had a name: The Great Recession. Today, unemployment rates are much better, but most of us remember the recession well enough to know that just having a job is a gift. On the first Monday in September, many Americans will even celebrate […]

The Quiet Faith of John McCain

“Nothing in life is more liberating than to fight for a cause larger than yourself, something that encompasses you but is not defined by your existence alone.” Words of a leader. John McCain died last weekend only hours after announcing he was leaving his political career because of brain cancer. He spent thirty years in […]

Peaceful Music for Anxious Hearts

Originally created to help children know Scripture and get a peaceful night’s sleep, the Scripture lullaby series Hidden in My Heart has found a much larger audience. From senior citizens facing illness to young children having trouble falling asleep, this music allows God to minister to people in a uniquely gentle way that is both peaceful and powerful. […]

A Father and Son’s Story of Overcoming Addiction

Wherever you are in the world, there is an epidemic happening all around you. It doesn’t matter if you’re in a big city or a small town—or whether you’re poor or wealthy—drug abuse and addiction is everywhere and it seems to be getting worse. This week on the radio program, we’re starting a series that’s […]

NFL Players Talk About Faith … and Live It, Too

For most on the Philadelphia Eagles football team, winning Super Bowl LII last February was everything. For the city and its fans, it was a moment they had been waiting for all their lives. But what I find so interesting is that many of the key players like Carson Wentz and Nick Foles were looking […]

A Simple Way to Think About Sanctification

If someone stopped you on the street and asked what Sanctification means, you’d probably be able give a short, simple definition. But do you know how it works? Dr. David Powlison has written extensively on biblical counseling and on the relationship between faith and psychology. Now, he turns his attention to Sanctification, which he describes […]

5 Key Takeaways From Pilgrim’s Progress

Outside of the Bible, I believe Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan is the most important book that most Christians today have never read. Today, many still turn to this classic book. Even the newspaper The Guardian awards Bunyan’s book as the second-most significant novel of all time. But I fear it’s the kind of classic […]

Jon Erwin “Imagines” a Bright Future For Christian Movies

Jon Erwin is 1/2 of the Erwin Brothers, a two-person team of Christian Filmmakers committed to telling profound and Christ-honoring stories in cinema. You may have seen one of their films: “Woodlawn,” “Mom’s Night Out,” “October Baby,” or their newest project “I Can Only Imagine.” In this interview, Jon discusses the story behind their most […]

I Can Only Imagine Preview

You may know the song, but do you know the story? For many years, Bart Millard of MercyMe spoke of how his most recognizable song was inspired by his late father and best friend … but it wasn’t until recently that he finally opened up about how this song was the product of his long and […]

10 Things You Should Know About Christian Hospitality

This post by Rosaria Butterfield is adapted from The Gospel Comes with a House Key: Practicing Radically Ordinary Hospitality in Our Post-Christian World. It first appeared on as part of the 10 Things You Should Know blog series; used with permission. 1. Hospitality reflects the gospel. Faithful Christians are—and have always been—a strange minority in a hostile world. Redeemed […]

Be Strong, Cuba: A Message of Hope

Friday, May 18th was one of the darkest days in recent memory for Cuba. An airliner carrying 107 passengers and 6 crew members crash-landed shortly after takeoff, resulting in the death of 110 people, with three survivors rushed to the hospital in critical condition. Yesterday, a national day of mourning was declared in Cuba, with […]