Teaching to Change Your Life
Many see the Bible as a book full of nice moral tales to help us on our journey. Others view it as a textbook full of doctrine. Still others look to it as the ultimate list of “do’s” and “don’ts.” But what if the Bible is something bigger and better? What if it is a story, the true story of God, mankind, and our future? What if it is the true story of the world that all should hear?
Word of God, Speak focuses on presenting the narrative of Scripture through biblical teaching and storytelling that will change your life!
Stories to Reach Your Heart
The stories of Jesus have reached into the hearts of millions. They have changed people, families, and nations. Not all have loved the stories Jesus told. Not all have honored the life He lived. Some were angry with Him, the things He did and the things He said. Others were deeply moved and found hope. What will your response be?
Join Jonathan Williams for his weeky storytelling program, Stories of the Master, where he makes the life of Jesus and the stories he told come alive with fresh meaning.
It’s time for the world to hear again, The Stories of the Master
Dead Men Rising: The Death of Sin|The Rise of Grace
Romans 9 and the Story Paul Was Telling: What was Paul’s aim in writing and the story he was telling his generation?
The Prodigal Son and His Prodigal Father: Who is the true prodigal? Why is forgiveness such a hard gift to give?
Resurrection Vision: Learn the resurrection power that is available to change the whole world for His glory.
The Grace of God: Discover the meaning of grace and how God works in spite of weakness and unworthiness.
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