Bible Study Articles

Staying Grounded When the Ground Keeps Moving – A podcast by Pete Scazzero

How do we remain grounded when things around us keep shifting? In the midst of accelerated cultural change, Pete Scazzero, author of “The Emotionally Healthy Leader”, offers two lessons we can learn from the Desert fathers and the Book of Revelation that will help leaders overcome discouragement and exhaustion during this season of upheaval. Significant…

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Pray Like Paul – A podcast by Francis Chan

Ephesians 3 provides great insights into how to pray for others in your church. In this Crazy Love podcast Francis Chan challenges listeners to desire the deeper things of God. As he unpacks this famous passage, Francis teaches others to “Pray Like Paul” so they cultivate in the church a rich abundant inner life that…

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Equipping Your Kids’ Faith For A Challenging Culture – A Focus on the Family Podcast with Natasha Crain

What should you be doing as a parent to prepare your children for an increasingly hostile secular culture? On Focus on the Family, Christian apologetics author and speaker Natasha Crain provides useful guidance for parents who are trying to train their children to have strong foundations for their Christian faith. Faith conversations can be like…

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Deconstructing faith and answering atheism – A podcast by N.T Wright

There have been a number of well-known Christian personalities in recent years who have said they were “deconstructing” their faith which has meant a variety of things from radical rethinking their Christian faith to people ceasing being Christian. What went wrong? How do Christians grapple with the ripple effects of the current deconstruction movement? New…

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The Wisdom of Generosity – A podcast from Dr Tim Keller

Of all the possible God substitutes, it is money. The Bible confirms what we hear on the news, that money exerts a huge power over our lives. But the gospel can bring a radical change of a person’s relationship to money and possessions. So how can believers live by the wisdom in the Book of…

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How to speak your child’s love language – A Focus on the Family podcast with Dr Gary Chapman

On the Focus of the Family podcast, New York Best Seller author, Dr Gary Chapman will discuss his book “The Five Love Language of Children” to help parents build a foundation of unconditional love for their child. In this first part of the two part podcast, Dr Gary Chapman will address how to keep your…

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The Right and the Wrong Way to Navigate Transitions – A Podcast by Pete Scazzero

Whether it’s in a family, organization, ministry or team, transitions affect all of us. While our culture views endings and transitions as a sign of failure or something to avoid, God views them as maturing discipleship moments to receive His new beginnings. Pete Scazzero, author of “The Emotionally Healthy Leader” outlines keys to understanding how…

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Navigating Power and Dual Relationships – A podcast by Pete Scazzero

In this series, Pete Scazerro, author of the Emotionally Healthy Leader, is answering questions from listeners who find themselves navigating power and dual relationships in a church, paraministry or Christian NGO. Bringing his insights into emotionally healthy leadership, Pete will unpack how to address complex relational dynamics in ministry. Changing roles and new responsibilities The…

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“Christianity in Africa” Unbelievable podcast

The church of Africa today faces different challenges as it’s youth become more educated and it’s demographics change with an influx of Muslims in the North. With Africa facing a third wave of COVID-19, the socio-economic costs will have a significant impact on the church and how it operates in the future. In a recent…

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Forgiveness – A podcast by Dr Tim Keller

The middle chapters of the Gospel of Luke are saturated with the teachings of Jesus on how to become a disciple. In this podcast, Dr Tim Keller unpacks Jesus’ teachings on forgiveness in Luke 17:3-19 and how we can find the grace to cultivate a forgiving spirit. Why do we need a forgiving spirit? When…

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