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Day 3: Has God Left Us?

When all is stripped away from our normal lives, we can turn to God. He tells us in Jeremiah 29:12, “Then you will call...

Day 4: The Essential Thing

In a world that is currently broken into “essential” and “nonessential” items and jobs, there’s one thing that’s always considered essential: prayer! Even though...

Day 6: Sitting in Pain

Pouring out one’s grief before God is an ancient tradition we see in the Bible, including the Psalms. As we experience the pain of...

Day 1: Losing Everything

The fear of the unknown can make us anxious and afraid. But Jesus promises to give us peace like nothing we can find in...

Day 5: Uncertainty and Fear

Let’s be honest. The situation we’re in seems to have no clear end in sight. We have questions and concerns. And when frustrations begin...

Day 7: Being Thankful in Hardship

As this coronavirus pandemic continues, we’ve probably changed our perspective a bit from what we thought was important to knowing what really matters. And...

Day 2: Grief and Guilt

As we continue to face each day, we have unanswered questions and fluctuating emotions because, let’s face it, this really isn’t normal! So, let’s...

Not the Time to Preach Escapism

Dr. Brown explains how the gospel is made for hard times, talks with Dr. Richard Land about theological implications of the coronavirus, catches up...

Time to Open the Country?

Dr. Brown discusses the major questions facing the nation, catches up on major news, and takes your calls. Listen live here 3-4 pm EST,...

Dr. Brown Answers Your Questions During the Crisis

The phone lines are wide open today. Listen live here 3-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your...
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Building Lasting Memories With Your Family

Author and blogger Jessica Smartt offers suggestions for capturing special moments with your family that you will cherish remembering for years to come. Get Jessica's...

Fact-Check Your Faith – Part B

In this age of information overload and misinformation, it's difficult to know which sources to trust-especially in a crisis. Fact-checking is common as we try to prove and disprove reports and then decide what to believe. Although fear and mistrust are a natural response in times of trouble, God wants us to develop a different response: faith. So what does it take to cultivate a faith that overrides fear? In this series, Skip Heitzig explores the heroes of faith in Hebrews 11 so we can learn from and follow their example. It's time to fact-check your fear with faith.

When We Are Forgiven Part 1

Deep down, everyone knows they fall short of moral perfection. Sin has both immediate and long-term consequences, and only being fully forgiven removes the sense of condemnation that wrongdoers feel. Click here to listen (Duration 25:02)