Christians are called to be salt and light. Are we succeeding? Scott Sauls believes it's time for believers to do a better job helping our friends and neighbors see the real Jesus in us.
Non-Christians often give Christians a bad rap. Do we deserve it? Pastor Scott Sauls admits a lot of damage has been done in the name of Christ, and it's time we changed that and he has some suggestions.
Jesus commands His followers to be great neighbors. Are we? Scott Sauls talks about what it would look like to live so compellingly in our cities that, if we were removed, people would miss us terribly.
Michelle Hill interacts with a number of kids about the story of Holy Week and Easter. Bob Lepine defines the gospel in a way that is easy to share with neighbors.
Pastor Erwin Lutzer believes many Christians don't witness to others because of a troubled conscience. Lutzer encourages believers to come clean with God and others in order to know peace.
Are you succeeding at work, but failing at home? Executives Bobby Mitchell and Terence Chatmon, leaders in the FCCI, tell how they strive to live for Christ both at home and at work.
Can a Christian be a great business leader? Bobby Mitchell and Terence Chatmon tell how they are taking a stand for Christ in the marketplace.
Dennis Rainey welcomes Kent Weber on the program to share how he witnessed to, and then wooed, his wife, guest Carolyn Weber, whom he met when they were students at Oxford.
Can you quickly open your Bible and point out a Gospel passage? Bob Lepine explores 1 Corinthians 15, and the core of the Gospel.
Various guests tell how they used the FamilyLife resource, Resurrection Eggs, to share the gospel at Easter.
Easter offers prime opportunities for sharing Christ. Barbara Craft, Barbara Rainey and others tell how Resurrection Eggs can be a creative tool for sharing Christ.
Barbara Rainey shares her passion for elevating Easter, the greatest holiday of the Christian calendar.
Barbara Rainey helps us understand and explore Easter, the pinnacle of the Christian holiday season.
Barbara talks about her resources featuring Jesus' royal names while Ace explains the hymn "Angels We Have Heard on High."
Barbara talks about her new resources, while Ace Collins reveals the meaning behind "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen."
Author Ace Collins also tells us about one of his favorite carols,"O Holy Night."
Joining Barbara is author Ace Collins to tell us about the history of the Christmas tree.
Barbara tells how she designed AdoreHymn ornaments so that families could learn the rich history of these traditional carols.
Dennis Rainey continues exploring the meaning behind the many names, particularly the royal names, of Christ.
Dennis Rainey reminds us of the qualities of our true king, Jesus Christ.
Barbara Rainey and Tracey Eyster, tell how parents can use Adorenaments to teach their children the names of Christ.
Barbara Rainey, along with Tracey Eyster, share some creative ways for families to keep the focus on Christ during the holidays.
Barbara Rainey tells what led her to create Christmas ornaments that focus on Christ.
Amy Lively encourages listeners to love their neighbors in a whole new way by inviting them into their homes.
Amy shares how anyone can easily reach out with the love of Christ to their neighbors.
Barbara Rainey talks about her book consisting of true stories designed to teach children the beauty of gratitude.
Barbara Rainey encourages families to ask questions designed to help guests think thoughtfully about all their blessings.
Barbara Rainey recalls the moment in her mothering when she realized that her children must be her priority.
Are you really, practically loving those you're trying to reach for Christ?
Sharing your faith with family members isn't a quick process.