Matthew Ward and Dr. Mark Mayfield once again join Gary Wilkerson for a conversation on how leaders can humbly find healing.
This week, Gary Wilkerson, Dr. Mark Mayfield and Dr. Dan Allender discuss the role that freedom plays in our lives and how suffering can be more beneficial than we may realize.
Dr. Dan Allender joins Gary Wilkerson and shares his perspective on how understanding our own stories can help us engage with other people in a meaningful way.
In part three of this series, trauma therapist Adam Young explains the impact of trauma, attunement, and attachment on our relationships.
Dr. Mark Mayfield joins Gary Wilkerson for an honest discussion on loneliness, connection and healing.
World Challenge’s partners in Eastern Europe are working to help the victims of addiction find new life and hope for a future with Christ.
The Union of Pentecostal Churches of Lithuania is partnered with World Challenge to help addicts find a real relationship with Christ and find transformation in their rehabilitation process.
I ministered in Detroit for 30 years. While preaching on the streets, I’ve been cursed at. I've been spit on. I've had bottles thrown at me. I've had bullets fly by. None of that ever bothered me, though. I wasn't offended. I didn't know the person; they didn’t know me.
My wife looks at me the wrong way, though, and Lord have mercy. That's worse than a bottle. That's worse than a gunshot.
There comes a time when certain life situations are beyond human hope. There is no counsel, no doctor, no medicine or anything else that can help. The situation has become impossible. It requires a miracle, or else it will end in devastation.
At such times, the only hope left is for someone to get to Jesus. That person has to take the responsibility to get hold of Jesus, and they have to determine, “I’m not leaving until I hear from the Lord. He has to tell me, ‘It’s done. Now go your way.’”
“In this you rejoice, though now for a little while, if necessary, you have been grieved by various trials, so that the tested genuineness of your faith—more precious than gold that perishes though it is tested by fire—may be found to result in praise and glory and honor at the revelation of Jesus Christ” (1 Peter 1:6-7, ESV).