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  • Call Her Blessed
    March 16, 2007 The Counter-Cultural Woman: A Fresh Look at Proverbs 31

    What are the fruits of a godly woman? One prays it will be godly children! Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Proverbs 31
  • Called to Widowhood
    March 2, 2018 Hope for an Aching Heart, with Margaret Nyman

    What dreams has the Lord put on your heart? Does it feel like you can’t move that dream forward? Get encouragement to wait for God’s timing. Read or Listen →

  • Calvin, Zwingli, and the Anabaptists
    October 30, 2017 Celebrating the Reformation with Dr. Erwin Lutzer

    There are so many names associated with the Reformation besides Martin Luther. You hear about Calvin, Zwingli, and the Anabaptists. Read or Listen →

  • Can Forgiveness Be Real?
    November 14, 2012 The Lord's Prayer, Part 3

    Every believer in Christ has been forgiven. That's amazing news! It’s so amazing, in fact, that a lot of people have trouble believing it. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Matthew 6:5-15
  • Can Love Ever Fail?
    February 10, 2010 How's Your Love Life?

    Early in a relationship, most married couples experience strong romantic emotions. But what happens when the feelings change? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • 1 Corinthians 13
  • Can These Bones Live?
    September 13, 2007 Seeking Him (week 1)—Revival: Who Needs It?

    A farmer can’t just toss seeds on the ground and hope for the best. He has to prepare the soil, turn it over, and break up the hard places. Read or Listen →

  • Can These Bones Live?
    January 14, 2005 When Revival Comes

    Do you believe that we can expeience revival? Nancy shares her heart for a vibrant moving of God. Read or Listen →

  • Can Women Afford to be Meek?
    June 25, 2013 The Beauty of Meekness

    Women have made great strides in gaining respect and rights in our culture. But can a woman afford to be meek? Read or Listen →

  • Can Young Children Understand the Bible?
    July 15, 2014 Together Growing Appetites for God, with Carrie Ward

    When Carrie Ward started out reading the entire Bible to her young children, she felt like the words were not sinking in—until she heard a conversation Read or Listen →

  • Cancer and Contentment, Part 1
    October 20, 2015 Cancer and Contentment, with Scott and Karen Melby

    Scott Melby was in a hospital room in intense pain facing a life-threatening disease. In that moment he chose to worship. How do you make that choice? Read or Listen →

  • Cancer and Contentment, Part 3
    October 22, 2015 Cancer and Contentment, with Scott and Karen Melby

    Scott Melby has been so affected by cancer that he’s been on the verge of death. He says he wouldn’t trade the experience if he could. Read or Listen →

  • Cancer and Contentment, Part 4
    October 23, 2015 Cancer and Contentment, with Scott and Karen Melby

    As Scott and Karen Melby walked through cancer treatments, they realized the most difficult situation in life provided some amazing opportunities. Read or Listen →

  • Candles and Gunpowder
    April 27, 2010 Modesty: Does God Really Care What I Wear?

    Feminine beauty was once compared to a candle. There's nothing wrong with it, but you have to treat it carefully when walking through a room full of gunpowder. Read or Listen →

  • Captain
    November 20, 2018 The Wonder of His Name

    Do you ever worship Jesus as your captain—your Commander-in-Chief? You may not feel like much of a soldier, but if you know Christ, He is your Captain. Read or Listen →

  • Catch the Creeps
    August 2, 2019 The Right Kind of Strong with Mary Kassian

    How does someone who seems to love the Lord end up making terrible choices? Those devastating life choices don’t usually come by leaps; they come by creeps. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • 2 Timothy 3:1-9
  • Caught in the Middle
    August 16, 2013 Abigail: How to Live with the Fools in Your Life

    When we hear a story, we identify with the hero. But often we act more like a villain. Nancy shares about a godly woman and her foolish husband. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • 1 Samuel 25
  • Celebrating Life
    July 9, 2010 A Conversation with Joni Eareckson Tada

    For almost forty years, Joni Eareckson Tada has lived as a quadriplegic, which has given her a unique perspective on bioethical issues. Read or Listen →

  • Celebrating a Decade of the True Woman Movement
    October 8, 2018 Celebrating a Decade of the True Woman Movement

    Ten years ago, a conference came to Shaumburg, IL that launched a True Woman Movement that’s still being felt across the globe. Read or Listen →

  • Celebrating the Truth That Sets Us Free
    October 5, 2018 Celebrating the Truth That Sets Us Free

    Hear highlights from the True Woman ’18 Conference and get a feel for what it was like to be there. Read or Listen →

  • Chaff That the Wind Blows Away
    January 9, 2019 How to Have a Happy New Year (Ps. 1)

    The Psalms describes the wicked person as “chaff that blows away in the wind.” Nancy describes what this means. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 1:1-6
  • Channels of Blessing
    November 19, 2014 The Joy of Generous Giving

    When you experience grace, the result is gratitude. When your heart is full of gratitude, the result will be generosity. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • 1 Chronicles 28-29
  • Channels of God's Generosity
    July 17, 2018 The True Woman Manifesto: Declarations, Part 2

    Nancy says the church has been called to provide for the poor. But in many cases, the church has given that role up. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • James 1:17
  • Channels of Grace
    October 10, 2007 Seeking Him (week 5)—Grace: God's Provision for Every Need

    Grace isn’t just something you receive. It’s something you’re supposed to give away once you’ve received it. Find out why. Read or Listen →

  • Chaos in the Environment
    January 26, 2004 Transformed Women: Meet Marcia

    She grew up with turmoil, drugs and distortion--hear some of the earliest memories of Marcia Arnel on today's Revive Our Hearts. Read or Listen →

  • Characteristics of a Grateful Heart
    November 24, 2009 The Attitude of Gratitude

    When you give thanks to God for the blessings in your life, something special happens! Read or Listen →

  • Chasing Empty Trophies
    May 20, 2013 A Change of Identity: Toni Lee Story

    Toni Lee was successful at chasing money, prestige, and power, but none delivered the satisfaction she had hoped for. Read or Listen →

  • Check Your Speed Limit
    February 17, 2011 Liberated Through Submission, with Bunny Wilson

    Just as the traffic signs tell us who moves when, God’s Word also tells us when we need to yield. Learn about yielding to those in authority over us. Read or Listen →

  • Cheering on Your Husband
    May 23, 2013 The God I Love, with Joni Eareckson Tada

    Did you know Joni Eareckson Tada is a big football fan? She became a football fan because she’s a fan of her husband. Read or Listen →

  • Cheering on the Church
    October 15, 2013 A Beautiful Mess (Mark Vroegop)

    Mark Vroegop says a lot of people have a tendency to look at the church the way an older sibling treats a younger child. Read or Listen →

  • Cherishing Your Spouse
    February 15, 2018 Devotions for a Sacred Marriage with Gary & Lisa Thomas

    If you’re married to a believer in Jesus, did you ever realize that God is your Father-in-law? This idea had a huge effect on Gary Thomas. Read or Listen →

  • Chief Cornerstone
    November 21, 2018 The Wonder of His Name

    There are many times in Scripture when God is likened to a rock or cornerstone. What does this mean for us, and why does it matter so much? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 118:22
  • Choices and Consequences
    January 21, 2008 Ten Fingers, Ten Toes, and a Beating Heart, with Nancy Lincoln

    Nancy Lincoln thought her abortion would be a simple procedure. When it was over, she went home and cried herself to sleep. Read or Listen →

  • Choosing Faithfulness
    February 19, 2010 Avoiding the Greener Grass Syndrome, with Ron and Nancy Anderson

    A lot of couples think their marriage is going pretty good because they haven’t gotten in a fight lately. But marriage isn’t just about avoiding problems. Read or Listen →

  • Choosing Forgiveness
    June 1, 2004 Recipe for a Godly Marriage

    Suppose you have been deeply wounded. Can you learn to forgive the person who hurt you so much? Read or Listen →

  • Choosing God's Plan
    May 4, 2010 Casting a Vision of True Womanhood

    When you get to the end of your life, will you look back with regret or joy? Read or Listen →

  • Choosing Joy
    September 7, 2015 A True Woman Learns to Trust (Karen Loritts)

    What circumstances threaten your trust? Hear Karen Loritt's testimony on today's program. Read or Listen →

  • Choosing Joy over Fear
    March 19, 2012 Facing the Future with Joy

    Fear is destructive. It will keep you from enjoying the full life God has for you. Learn how to say no to fear and yes to joy. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Proverbs 31:21-25
  • Choosing Worship Over Whining
    October 2, 2018 Hallelujah: A Praise Celebration (A Study of Ps. 113)

    Nancy says you can’t worship and whine at the same time. She's honest about the temptation to whine and how meaningful praising God is during those times. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 113:1-9
  • Chosen
    July 22, 2003 Here Comes the Bridegroom

    God loves us and He has chosen us. How do you feel about that? Nancy shares the love story from the Song of Solomon. Read or Listen →

  • Christ Our Reigning Priest and King, Day 1
    May 23, 2017 Christ Our Reigning Priest and King (Ps. 110)

    Have you heard that Jesus went to heaven to sit at the right hand of God? Does that mean anything to you? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 110:1-7
  • Christ Our Reigning Priest and King, Day 2
    May 24, 2017 Christ Our Reigning Priest and King (Ps. 110)

    We’re told in the New Testament that Jesus is sitting at the right hand of God. But one moment is recorded of Jesus standing at the right hand of the Father. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 110:1-7
  • Christ Our Reigning Priest and King, Day 3
    May 25, 2017 Christ Our Reigning Priest and King (Ps. 110)

    The Old Testament kings were not allowed to be priests, and priests couldn’t serve as king. But there were two people called by God to serve as both. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 110:1-7
  • Christ Our Reigning Priest and King, Day 4
    May 26, 2017 Christ Our Reigning Priest and King (Ps. 110)

    There’s a Scripture that says the Messiah will “drink from a brook.” What’s the big deal about that? Nancy says this isn’t just a throwaway line. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 110:1-7
  • Cleansing the Wound
    July 31, 2013 Healing from Bitterness, with Yvonne Welch

    Bitterness can affect your emotions, your health, and your relationship with God. Learn how to find freedom from the bondage of bitterness. Read or Listen →

  • Clear Thinking on Sexual Purity, Day 1
    June 8, 2017 Clear Thinking on Sexual Purity (Voddie Baucham)

    In present-day debates about sexual purity, Old Testament laws are sometimes discussed. Voddie Baucham provides solid biblical interpretation. Read or Listen →

  • Clear Thinking on Sexual Purity, Day 2
    June 9, 2017 Clear Thinking on Sexual Purity (Voddie Baucham)

    Do you ever find some of the laws in the Old Testament confusing? Pastor Voddie Baucham says understanding them has a big effect on today’s gender debates. Read or Listen →

  • Clearing Your Conscience for God's Glory
    October 31, 2007 Seeking Him (week 8)—Clear Conscience: Dealing with Offenses Toward Others

    Rick Lawson had lied on his security clearance with the Defense Department. If anyone found out, he could be faced with huge fines or jail. Read or Listen →

  • Closing the Door
    July 16, 2003 No Place To Cry

    Be there with Dorie and her daughter on today's Revive Our Hearts as Dorie closes the door on her past. Read or Listen →

  • Coffee and Christmas Nails
    December 1, 2004 Redeeming the Season, with Kim Weir and Pam McCune

    It's a special privilege to share your faith at Christmas. Nancy talks with guests Pam McCune and Kim Weir about coffee and Christmas nails. Read or Listen →

  • Come Adore, Day 1
    November 28, 2016 Come Adore: The Gospel in Carols

    Music is a huge part of our holiday tradition. There’s a lot of rich theology in many of our Christmas carols. Read or Listen →

  • Come Adore, Day 2
    November 29, 2016 Come Adore: The Gospel in Carols

    When we sing “O Come, O Come Emmanuel,” we include the lines, “The Rod of Jesse” and “The Key of David.” Do you know what those phrases mean? Read or Listen →

  • Come Adore, Day 3
    November 30, 2016 Come Adore: The Gospel in Carols

    Why do we decorate with lights around Christmas? Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth says lights are not only festive—they’re very meaningful. Read or Listen →

  • Come Adore, Day 4
    December 1, 2016 Come Adore: The Gospel in Carols

    What are you waiting for the most? Do you know that intense waiting is a big part of the Christmas story? Read or Listen →

  • Come Adore, Day 5
    December 2, 2016 Come Adore: The Gospel in Carols

    "Hark the Herald Angels Sing" has a long history. But more importantly, Nancy will show you the gospel in this hymn. Read or Listen →

  • Come Adore, Day 6
    December 5, 2016 Come Adore: The Gospel in Carols

    A carol began, “Ye Faithful, approach ye.” It didn’t catch on. But when the wording was tweaked, it became one of the most popular Christmas carols ever. Read or Listen →

  • Come Adore, Day 7
    December 6, 2016 Come Adore: The Gospel in Carols

    "God rest ye, merry gentlemen." You’ve probably sung that line at Christmas. But do you understand it? Who are these gentlemen and why are they merry? Read or Listen →

  • Come Adore, Day 8
    December 7, 2016 Come Adore: The Gospel in Carols

    Imagine you lived in a spacious mansion in a beautiful setting. Would you want to move into a shack without running water or heat? Read or Listen →

  • Come Away and Rest, Day 1
    July 24, 2017 Come Away and Rest by Carrie Gaul

    If Jesus asked you to come away and rest, would you accept the invitation? Or would the busyness of life threaten to keep you from intimacy with Him? Read or Listen →

  • Come Away and Rest, Day 2
    July 25, 2017 Come Away and Rest by Carrie Gaul

    What do you need to do to gain God’s approval? It took a long process for Carrie Gaul to discover she didn’t need to do anything. Read or Listen →

  • Come Away and Rest, Day 3
    July 26, 2017 Come Away and Rest by Carrie Gaul

    Did you know you can receive suffering as a gift? We’ll hear from two women who have undergone very difficult medical treatments. Read or Listen →

  • Come Quickly Lord Jesus
    November 14, 2014 Jesus, What a Wonderful Name!

    When you’ve been walking with Jesus for awhile, sometimes you need to be reminded of the wonder of who He is. Read or Listen →

  • Come See a Man
    June 19, 2012 Free to Be Real

    You can’t worship with a mask on. Learn to worship, not just with your mouth, but in spirit and in truth. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • John 4
  • Come Thou Dayspring
    December 2, 2014 O Come, O Come, Emmanuel

    When you think of names of Christ, what comes to mind? He’s our Savior and our Shepherd. He’s the King of kings and Son of Man. How about the Key of David? Read or Listen →

  • Come Thou Fount
    January 10, 2014 Be Still

    The writer of one of our most popular hymns struggled to live what he had written. His example serves as a warning to us. Read or Listen →

  • Come into the Light
    January 20, 2014 Fighting for Life: The Stories of Jason, Kelly, and Rebecca

    Imagine talking to an atheistic pro-life activist. A young man vowed to end abortion, even though he didn’t believe in God. Read or Listen →

  • Comfort During Loneliness
    July 24, 2009 Grace Through Loss, with Vickey Boozman & Kathy Ferguson

    When Vickey Boozeman lost her husband in an accident, she felt a loss of identity. She wondered, "Who am I?" Hear what she’s been learning. Read or Listen →

  • Comfort for the Oppressed
    May 22, 2015 The Power of Relationships

    We think of "oppressors" as political figures. But we all have the potential to mistreat others. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Ecclesiastes 4:1-12
  • Comfort or Character?
    June 21, 2012 Spoken Like a True Woman, with Janet Parshall

    If you had to flee your home, what would you take with you? Janet Parshall says that question can help you put some priorities in order. Read or Listen →

  • Coming Back Soon
    October 13, 2017 Letters to the Churches in Revelation, Part 7: Encouragement to Persevere (Philadelphia)

    In the first century Jesus said, "I am coming back soon." That was over 2,000 years ago. Has Jesus failed to deliver that promise? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Revelation 3:7-13
  • Coming Out into the Light
    April 3, 2013 Lies Women Believe About Sin

    Nancy says in order for us to see our sin as God sees our sin, we have to be enlightened by the truth of God's Word. Read or Listen →

  • Commiting to Trust
    September 8, 2015 A True Woman Learns to Trust (Karen Loritts)

    Your crisis can be a sacrifice to the Lord. Karen Loritts gave God control over a crisis in her life. But then she kept trying to take it back. Read or Listen →

  • Commitment Over Comfort
    July 5, 2007 Ruth: The Transforming Power of Redeeming Love

    Imagine that your husband took you to a foreign country, and while you were there, he and your family died. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Ruth 1
  • Committed to Marriage
    February 19, 2007 The Counter-Cultural Woman: A Fresh Look at Proverbs 31

    Marriage is a life-long commitment--a covenant, really. Nancy reminds us what goes into that responsibility. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Proverbs 31
  • Communication and Community
    July 31, 2012 A Portrait of Friendship, by Karen Loritts

    Karen Loritts suggests that you need three types of friends: Someone who is more mature in faith than you, someone who is a peer, and someone you can mentor. Read or Listen →

  • Compassion Is Kindled
    July 29, 2019 Compassionate Hope with Al & Susan Henson

    A follower of Jesus was being persecuted in a prison in Southeast Asia. This awakened in Al Henson a desire to get involved. Read or Listen →

  • Confident, Strong, and Submissive
    May 3, 2018 The True Woman Manifesto: Affirmations, Part 2

    What image comes to mind when you hear the phrase "submissive wife"? Nancy challenges the stereotype, showing how a woman can be strong and submissive. Read or Listen →

  • Confront or Overlook?
    November 6, 2007 Seeking Him (week 9)—Forgiveness: Setting Your Captives Free

    Sometimes it’s appropriate to confront someone who’s hurt us. Other times it’s right to just overlook the fault. Discover what the difference. Read or Listen →

  • Connecting with Your Middle Schooler
    July 25, 2011 Season of Change, with Rebecca Ingram Powell

    "My child is in middle school. All is lost." A lot of parents share that attitude. Parents can invest in their children during a season of change. Read or Listen →

  • Consider Him
    September 4, 2012 Consider Jesus: The Surrendered Servant and Savior

    When Jesus was a boy, his attitude of submission to his earthly parents reflected obedience to His Heavenly Father, even when it led to the cross. Read or Listen →

  • Contentment in Singleness, with Charmaine Porter
    September 13, 2019 You Can Trust God to Write Your Story

    Charmaine Porter tells you how she maintains contentment in singleness, even in an age of social media. Read or Listen →

  • Contentment or Bitterness
    November 25, 2009 The Attitude of Gratitude

    Do you remember how great it felt the last time God answered one of your prayers? Did you say thank you? Learn why gratitude is crucial. Read or Listen →

  • Continuing the Journey
    October 8, 2004 Transformed Women: Meet Karen

    Karen Watts was desperate and then the Lord came and changed her life. Hear more of her story and God's miraculous work in her life. Read or Listen →

  • Controlled by God's Kingdom
    October 11, 2012 The Lord's Prayer, Part 2

    "Your kingdom come." This is more than just a phrase from a famous prayer. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Matthew 6:5-15
  • Conversations in Afghanistan
    August 17, 2015 In the Land of Blue Burqas, with Kate McCord

    When Kate McCord visited Afghanistan and began talking with the women there, she was amazed at how her understanding of Bible stories grew. Read or Listen →

  • Convicted by the Law of Kindness
    February 3, 2010 How's Your Love Life?

    It’s sad, but sometimes it’s easier to show kindness to people we don’t know very well than it is to show love to our own families. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • 1 Corinthians 13
  • Counter-Cultural Women
    March 20, 2007 The Counter-Cultural Woman: A Fresh Look at Proverbs 31

    God doesn’t just teach you things for your benefit. He wants you to pass on what you’ve learned to the next generation. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Proverbs 31
  • Countering Lies Young Women Believe
    March 25, 2010 Graffiti, with Erin Davis

    Young women are hit with lies from all sides. Gain some tools for guiding the young women you influence. Read or Listen →

  • Countering Lies with the Truth
    August 8, 2012 Lies Young Women Believe with Dannah Gresh

    Young women are being bombarded with lies about themselves, their appearance, their relationships, and their future. Read or Listen →

  • Courage and Faith
    October 17, 2019 Dawn Wilson: Trusting God with Cancer

    In the middle of treatments for cancer, Dawn Wilson is greatly tempted to fear. But she’s choosing to worship God, watching courage grow. Read or Listen →

  • Courage in a Foreign Land
    April 24, 2019 Singing the Lord's Songs in a Foreign Land (Psalm 137)

    Imagine owning a business and receiving a big order, but the order came from Planned Parenthood, a major provider of abortions. Would you fulfill the order? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 137:1-9
  • Courage to Embrace God's Calling
    December 14, 2009 Best of 2009

    What has God done for you in 2009? You’ll be invited to reflect on His goodness as Revive Our Hearts looks at highlights from the past year. Read or Listen →

  • Courage to Experience God's Best
    August 28, 2014 Lessons from the Life of Joshua (Part 3): Trusting God for the Promised Land

    Fear can hold you back from God’s best. Find out how women are choosing faith over fear in real-world situations. Read or Listen →

  • Crazy Busy, Day 1
    November 14, 2016 Crazy Busy, with Kevin & Trisha DeYoung

    Kevin DeYoung says some heart attitudes are leading people to be “crazy busy.” He will help you identify those dangerous patterns and show you how to escape. Read or Listen →

  • Crazy Busy, Day 2
    November 15, 2016 Crazy Busy, with Kevin & Trisha DeYoung

    Do you ever feel like life is a battle you lose every day? That all you’re doing is scrambling through your to-do list before doing it again tomorrow? Read or Listen →

  • Crazy Busy, Day 3
    November 16, 2016 Crazy Busy, with Kevin & Trisha DeYoung

    Do you feel pressure to raise your children perfectly? Kevin DeYoung helps parents take a deep breath and relax. Read or Listen →

  • Crazy Busy, Day 3
    September 4, 2014 Crazy Busy, with Kevin & Trisha DeYoung

    Do you feel pressure to raise your children perfectly? Kevin DeYoung helps parents take a deep breath and relax. Read or Listen →

  • Crazy Busy, Day 4
    November 17, 2016 Crazy Busy, with Kevin & Trisha DeYoung

    You’re always teaching your kids—through your words and your example. Find out why living out an authentic faith makes a difference to the next generation. Read or Listen →

  • Creating Traditions that Point to the Gospel
    November 26, 2014 Making Christmas More Meaningful

    Do you get swept up in busyness that you can’t enjoy the Christmas season? Learn how to approach the holidays purposefully, creating meaningful traditions. Read or Listen →

  • Creating a Climate Conducive to a Child's Faith
    July 26, 2011 Season of Change, with Rebecca Ingram Powell

    You can set rules for your children and require them to obey. But they need to do more than follow the rules. They need to develop a heart to serve the Lord. Read or Listen →

  • Creating a God-Centered Home
    May 10, 2013 Fifty Years of Walking with God

    How can parents or teachers create an environment that encourages children to have a heart for the Lord? Nancy looks back on fifty years of walking with God. Read or Listen →

  • Creating a Peaceful Home
    May 8, 2006 Hope for Homemakers, with Donna Otto

    When Donna Otto was a girl, there was not much love or support in her home. When she would visit her friends’ homes, she noticed a peace. Read or Listen →

  • Creating a Safe Place for Your Neighbors
    August 15, 2018 The Gospel Comes with a House Key with Rosaria Butterfield

    When you put the love of Jesus on display through hospitality, it gives people an opportunity to be vulnerable. It encourages them to accept God’s love. Read or Listen →

  • Creative Wives
    September 8, 2004 Creating a More Passionate Marriage, with Linda Dillow

    Nancy and her guests, Linda Dillow and Holly Elliff, talk about creative ways to make your marriage more fun and more intimate. Read or Listen →

  • Cry Out to God in the Storm
    October 24, 2002 Storm Shelter: Finding Safety and Strength in God's Arms

    King David was a man after God's own heart--Learn how he handled the storms in his life on today's Revive Our Hearts. Read or Listen →

  • Cry Out!: A Report from True Woman '16, Day 1
    September 29, 2016 Cry Out!: A Report from True Woman '16

    Last week, women from across the nation gathered to cry out to the Lord. Today, you’ll know what it was like to be there. Read or Listen →

  • Cry Out!: A Report from True Woman '16, Day 2
    September 30, 2016 Cry Out!: A Report from True Woman '16

    Women from across the nation joined hearts to cry out to the Lord for urgent needs of our day. Hear a moving report from Cry Out! the nationwide prayer event. Read or Listen →

  • Crying From Your Heart
    April 5, 2007

    When God tells us that judgment is coming, He’s warning us out of love, so that we can change course before it’s too late. Hear how Jeremiah Read or Listen →

  • Crying Out From a Heart of Brokenness, Day 1
    October 31, 2016 Crying Out from a Heart of Brokenness

    Can you imagine someone trying to get a job admitting they were weak and unqualified? That's exactly the kind of heart attitude God is looking for in us. Read or Listen →

  • Crying Out from a Heart of Brokenness, Day 2
    November 1, 2016 Crying Out from a Heart of Brokenness

    The evangelical subculture has levels of status and celebrity. It’s easy to become Pharisees, more interested in outward appearances than in the heart. Read or Listen →

  • Crying Out from a Heart of Brokenness, Day 3
    November 2, 2016 Crying Out from a Heart of Brokenness

    Nancy explains why God is more offended by a hard-hearted, lifelong churchgoer than a murderer who is coming to Him in humility. Read or Listen →

  • Crying Out in Thanksgiving
    June 23, 2005 Crying Out

    When trouble comes we need to cry out to God for help. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 50:15
  • Crying Out to God for Your Marriage
    July 23, 2014 A Hurting Couple Finds True Hope, with LeRoy & Kimberly Wagner

    Marriages can enter a downward spiral. Kim and LeRoy Wagner experienced this early in marriage. Neither felt loved, and each acted out of hurt. Read or Listen →

  • Cultivating Intimacy with Christ
    June 16, 2014 Potential Pitfalls of Ministry

    Heaven rejoices when someone comes into God’s kingdom. Do you rejoice, or have the things of God become commonplace? Read or Listen →

  • Cultivating a Taste for God’s Word
    January 7, 2019 How to Have a Happy New Year (Ps. 1)

    Delighting in the Bible can be like developing a taste for certain kinds of foods. Nancy shows how to maintain a hunger and appetite for God’s Word. Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Psalms 1:1-6
  • Cultivating the Garden of the Church
    October 24, 2017 Celebrating the Reformation with Dr. Erwin Lutzer

    Dr. Erwin Lutzer says that in the church in the 1500s there were a lot of false doctrines threatening to choke the truth. Read or Listen →

  • Culture, Career, and Compromise
    September 20, 2017 Letters to the Churches of Revelation, Part 5: The Sin of Tolerance (Thyatira)

    Say your child wants to see a particular movie and tells you it’s okay since all the kids at church have seen it. Can you trust that? Read or Listen →

    Scripture References

    • Revelation 2:18-29