In 1958, David Wilkerson, a country preacher, risked his life and followed the call of God to preach the gospel in New York City among gangs, addicts and violent bloodshed. He wanted to shine light in the darkness and see captives set free.
In this session, John Bailey addresses the common question of how we know if we’re saved.
Grace is one of God's greatest gifts to us, and it should dynamically change our lives. This week, John Bailey explores how we must grasp the full implications of God's grace.
John Bailey dives into scripture to show how the simplest faith is what sparks our new life with God.
In this session, John explores how this practically impacts believers’ everyday choices and mentality toward God.
The New Covenant is something you can never grow tired of studying. As heirs of this covenant, our duty and our joy is to learn more about this great inheritance we have in Christ.
World Challenge is stepping in to help those who have been affected
A World Challenge partner has been arrested and is being threatened with the death penalty.
How do we live our lives in such a way that when we share the Word of God, we speak with the wisdom and power of the Spirit? Gary Wilkerson breaks down how we cultivate a heart that listens to the Spirit's directions. A ministry that is built around the Lord's Word alone will have a unique fire and life at its center.
Believers and spiritual leaders are called to risk everything to make a difference in the world. John Bailey talks about the incredible, wild life that the Great Commission summons us into as we obey Christ's command. The cost of living this way, though, can be high and turn the world against us.
Every generation has its own unique questions that the gospel can address if church leaders are sensitive to the spiritual needs of their people. In this session, Tim Dilena explores how the church can avoid getting caught in cultural movements and miss the chance to minister to people's real spiritual needs.
Over 80 percent of the unchurched have a believer in their life whom they trust. The popular saying that actions speak louder than words in evangelism is false; actions speak before words. Barry Meguiar points out that God has uniquely placed us to boldly share the gospel with others.