Have you felt distracted in your faith? Has God not been preeminent in your life? Have you allowed apathy to creep in? If so, the message below may just be what you need to hear to turn this all around. Including this message, I have included a link to free downloads to my last six […]
UPDATE: Paul Washer. The letter below comes from brother Paul Washer of HeartCry Missionary Society. This was recently published in the Jan-Mar 2017, #89, edition of the HeartCry Magazine. “My dear brothers and sisters, I hope this brief introduction finds you growing in your understanding of the person and work of Christ upon which the […]
The Gospel and Our Relationships with Our Children. Q and A with Paul Washer
Questions and Answers with Paul Washer From the What is The Truth About the Gospel? conference 2016 from out of Australia. This is a wonderful Q & A with Paul Washer. If you listen, it is a message with many messages full of love, compassion, truth and power. If you wish to listen to all […]
Paul Washer gave a clarion call at the 2016 Shepherd’s Conference, exhorting preachers, pastors, and future church leaders to truly have a singular eye on Christ alone. Although this message was given at a conference dedicated to biblical preaching and teaching, every professing believer can learn much from this message.
Four Pillars of Walking with God Illbehonest “Joy comes before obedience, rather than after. If you don’t understand that, you will really be messed up all of your days. Joy is not the result of obedience, joy is the result of what God has done. So now your joy is fixed on a fixed and […]
“If you enter into a greater commitment to Christ and His service, do not be surprised by an increase in trials, temptations, and sufferings.“ – Paul Washer
The Terrible Impact on the Christian Life of Being Busy (source: Hello Christian) What a timely article. One thing we do in our home is to fight heavily against all the running around, especially when others, even well meaning Christians, try to put upon us extra-biblical demands. I am thankful for encouraging words like this. […]