Reaching the Truly Lost

The Parable of The Marriage Feast

Navigating the Path to the Unreached - Part 1 | Gary Wilkerson and Mark Renfro delve into the profound challenges and urgent necessity of global missions, focusing on the regions most remote from the gospel's reach. They discuss the staggering reality of unreached people groups, emphasizing the difference between being simply lost and being utterly without access to the message of Christ. Through personal anecdotes, statistical insights, and a passionate appeal for increased missionary efforts, this episode shines a light on the critical work of spreading the gospel to every corner of the earth, inspiring listeners to consider their role in God's global mission.


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Joshua West guides Christians in discerning authentic spiritual guidance amidst modern-day deceptions.

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In this episode of the Gary Wilkerson Podcast, Gary Wilkerson and Joshua West explore the Parable of the Tenants from Matthew 25, unpacking its messages about lordship, judgment, and the Kingdom of God.

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The Vision Audio Podcast

The Vision is a prayerfully compiled exploration of David Wilkerson’s vision about the world and church’s future. Natural disasters, corporate corruption and social scandals now play a regular part in our daily news, and while many might advocate blindly hoping for a brighter future, David’s book offers straightforward truth and a more Biblical response to horrific calamities and modern society’s rampant struggles.

Taking Back Control of Your Life
David Wilkerson (1931-2011)

In this sermon, David Wilkerson examines why God allowed the prophet Elijah to experience such intense spiritual attack and setbacks in his ministry.


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