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10 Dumb Things Smart Christians Believe by Larry Osborne
“Are Urban Legends & Sunday School Myths Damaging Your Faith?”
A.D. The Bible Continues: The Book of Acts by Dr. David Jeremiah
Examine the story of the first Christians alongside photographs from the filming of Mark Burnett and Roma Downey’s miniseries A.D. The Bible Continues.
All In: You Are One Decision Away From a Totally Different Life by Mark Batterson
Exploring biblical accounts as well as contemporary stories, Batterson writes, “When did we start believing that God wants to send us to safe places to do easy things?… Jesus didn’t die to keep us safe. He died to make us dangerous.”
All the Places to Go … How Will You Know? by John Ortberg
“God has placed before you an open door. What will you do?”
Anger by Gary Chapman (2015)
“Taming a Powerful Emotion”
Basic Christianity by John Stott (2012)
Stott (1921–2011) explores the historical truths of Christianity. “If Jesus was not God in human flesh, Christianity is exploded. We are left with just another religion with some beautiful ideas and noble ethics; its unique distinction has gone.”
Burning Bush 2.0 by Paul Asay
“How Pop Culture Replaced the Prophet”
The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel (1998)
A seasoned journalist in search of the truth, Strobel recounts his spiritual journey from atheism to faith in this compelling look at the credible evidence that Jesus of Nazareth was—and is—positively the Son of God.
The Case for Faith by Lee Strobel (2000)
Strobel investigates the toughest objections to Christianity—heart barriers to faith. Written primarily for skeptics, it will also help deepen believers’ convictions and give them confidence in discussing Christianity with others.
The Case for Grace by Lee Strobel
Strobel weaves his journey with others’ stories (from prodigals to addicts to murderers) to explore God’s redeeming love.
The Case for Hope by Lee Strobel
“Looking Ahead With Confidence and Courage”
The Case for the Real Jesus by Lee Strobel
The historic picture of Jesus is under an attack that has confused seekers and created doubt among many Christians. Strobel offers readers truth to defend Christianity in a hostile world.
Changed by Faith by Luis Palau (not currently available through Focus on the Family)
“Dare to Trust God With Your Broken Pieces … And Watch What Happens”
Chasing God by Angie Smith
Smith explores the difference between following God and trying to catch Him. Lean into the joy of the Christian walk.
Counterfeit Gods by Timothy Keller
“The Empty Promises of Money, Sex, and Power—And the Only Hope That Matters”
Crazy Love: Overwhelmed by a Relentless God by Francis Chan
Even those who’ve made a commitment to follow Christ can lose sight of the wonder of God’s love. Chan reminds readers to let the Lord’s love impact your life, and he issues a call for selfless, Christ-like living.
Crossing the Waters by Leslie Leyland Fields
“Following Jesus Through the Storms, the Fish, the Doubt, and the Seas”
C.S. Lewis & Mere Christianity: The Crisis That Created a Classic by Paul McCusker
In 1940 WWII, the British people were struggling to make sense of God and suffering— and C.S. Lewis spoke hope and truth to a hurting nation. Discover the adversity and history behind Mere Christianity.
The Daniel Prayer by Anne Graham Lotz
“Prayer That Moves Heaven and Changes Nations”
Experiencing God Day-by-Day by Henry Blackaby and Richard Blackaby
This devotional journal invites you to trace your journey toward a closer relationship with God. There’s a page for each day of the year with a Bible verse, a short devotional reading, and space for your own reflections.
Experiencing Prayer With Jesus by Henry Blackaby and Norman Blackaby
The Blackabys delve into a subject many individuals aren’t experiencing in their prayer life: intimacy with God. More than simply information about prayer, this book leads you into a life-changing encounter with Christ.
Extraordinary Grace: Where God’s Love Meets Your Deepest Need by Gary Chapman and Chris Fabry
Explore the imperfect lineage of Jesus and what it means to receive and give grace.
The Faith by Charles Colson and Harold Fickett
“What Christians Believe, Why They Believe It, and Why It Matters”
Forgive, Let Go, and Live by Deborah Smith Pegues
“If you’ve been wounded by another, this book will empower you to find joy, freedom, and peace as you let go of your desire to avenge the wrong and make a commitment to release the offender from his debt.”
The Grace of God by Andy Stanley
“The Gift We Don’t Deserve. The Love We Can’t Believe”
Happiness by Randy Alcorn
“Alcorn dispels centuries of misconceptions about happiness and provides indisputable proof that God not only wants us to be happy, He commands it.”
Healing Your Church Hurt by Stephen Mansfield
“What to Do When You Still Love God But Have Been Wounded by His People”
How Now Shall We Live? by Charles Colson and Nancy Pearcey
Learn to present the Gospel in ways that will capture the hearts and minds of a culture ensnared by lies.
How to Begin the Christian Life by George Sweeting
New believers will learn what’s involved in a life of faith—of God, the Church, and the world.
How to Find Selfless Joy in a Me-First World by Leslie Vernick
A counselor, Vernick explores Scripture and offers anecdotes from her experiences to offer the truth about self-esteem and the God we humbly worship.
How to Forgive … When You Don’t Feel Like It by June Hunt
When someone hurts us, our natural response is to strike back—but in the end we only multiply our hurt. Speaking from personal experience, Hunt offers compassion and scriptural truth to help you find true freedom through forgiveness.
I’m Happy for You (Sort of … Not Really) by Kay Wills Wyma
“Finding Contentment in a Culture of Comparison”
Jealousy by R.T. Kendall
“The Sin No One Talks About”
Know Your Why by Ken Costa
“Finding and Fulfilling Your Calling in Life”
Knowing God by J.I. Packer
An anniversary edition of Packer’s classic work reminds readers of God’s sovereignty and the foundational truths of Christianity.
Life With a Capital L: Embracing Your God-Given Humanity by Matt Heard
Explore what it means to be human and how life plays out in ten specific areas: freedom, heart, beauty, illumination, story, worship, love, time, brokenness, and heaven.
Lord, I Just Want to Be Happy by Leslie Vernick
“Even if nothing changes in your circumstances, your inner chains can be broken and you can go free … into a new path of real hope and happiness.”
Love Kindness by Barry Corey
“Discover the Power of a Forgotten Christian Virtue”
Make Your Voice Heard in Heaven by Barry Black
“How to Pray With Power”
Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
Adapted from his BBC radio broadcasts during WWII, Lewis desired to “explain and defend the belief that has been common to nearly all Christians at all times.”
Misfits Welcome by Matthew Barnett
“Find Yourself in Jesus and Bring the World Along for the Ride”
Move On: When Mercy Meets Your Mess by Vicki Courtney
Courtney addresses areas where we need to seek God’s mercy so we can live effectively for Him: needing approval, struggles and broken dreams, shame, legalism, “Christian snobbery,” and idolatrous living.
My Heart—Christ’s Home by Robert Munger (not currently available through Focus on the Family)
Christians need to be fully devoted to the One who created them. Munger compares Christ’s place in an individual’s life to an owner’s possession of a home.
No More Faking Fine by Esther Fleece
“Ending the Pretending”
Own Your Life by Sally Clarkson
“Living With Intention, Bold Faith, and Generous Love”
The Power of Humility by R.T. Kendall
Kendall defines social, racial, financial, sexual, and spiritual pride—and he outlines God’s principles for overcoming arrogance.
The Power of Praying Through the Bible by Stormie Omartian
Journey from Genesis through Revelation to see how God designed prayer. Learn to embrace the promises of Scripture, release burdens to God’s care, listen to the Holy Spirit, and walk with Jesus daily.
The Prodigal God: Recovering the Heart of the Christian Faith by Timothy Keller
Keller uncovers an unexpected message in the familiar (but often misunderstood) New Testament parable of the prodigal son: God holds out prodigal grace toward both the irreligious and the moralistic.
Pure Pleasure: Why Do Christians Feel So Bad About Feeling Good? by Gary Thomas
Thomas clarifies how pleasure as God designed brings deeper joy and connection in our relationship with Him and with others in our life.
Radical: Taking Back Your Faith From the American Dream by David Platt
Platt examines how American Christianity has manipulated the Gospel to fit our cultural preferences. He challenges readers to rediscover the path to authentic discipleship.
Rest Assured by Vicki Courtney
“A Recovery Plan for Weary Souls”
Sons & Daughters: Spiritual Orphans Finding Our Way Home by Brady Boyd
Seeing how his children embraced their adoption, Boyd considered how God adopted him—not because of Brady’s goodness, but because of the Lord’s. Live out your calling faithfully and joyfully as you reflect on biblical truths and firsthand stories.
Soul Detox: Clean Living in a Contaminated World by Craig Groeschel
Goeschel explores how to overcome toxic behaviors, emotions, and influences. Live a life of freedom and grace in Christ.
Stronger: Trading Brokenness for Unbreakable Strength by Jim Daly
Daly weaves together compelling true stories with biblical wisdom to show how God uses struggles to strengthen the faith of His followers.
Total Forgiveness by R.T. Kendall
“When Everything in You Wants to Hold a Grudge, Point a Finger, and Remember the Pain—God Wants You to Lay It All Aside”
Unfinished: Believing Is Only the Beginning by Richard Stearns
Consider your part in God’s story and how your faith impacts every area of life, including family, finances, and career.
What Every Christian Ought to Know by Adrian Rogers
“Solid Grounding for a Growing Faith”
Who Is This Man? The Unpredictable Impact of the Inescapable Jesus by John Ortberg
Ortberg examines the powerful impact that Jesus had and continues to have on human history. Jesus’ influence extends to all areas of culture—and His teachings on dignity, compassion, forgiveness, and hope are our model of a life well lived.
Why Jesus? Rediscovering His Truth in an Age of Mass Marketed Spirituality by Ravi Zacharias
Learn about the dangers of New Spirituality and how Christ alone can see us safely through the often confusing maze of life.
The Women of Easter by Liz Curtis Higgs
“Encounter the Savior With Mary of Bethany, Mary of Nazareth, and Mary Magdalene”
Wounded by God’s People: Discovering How God’s Love Heals Our Hearts by Anne Graham Lotz
Sharing her own story of being wounded and drawing from the biblical story of Hagar, Lotz helps readers experience the power of the Lord’s redeeming love.
Your 100-Day Prayer by John Snyder
“The Transforming Power of Actively Waiting on God”
Addressing the State of the Church (Dr. Ed Stetzer)
First aired in 2015, Stetzer talks about research showing a decline in church attendance. But in reality, he says, Evangelicals have increased. Stetzer discusses how churches and families can prepare for the reality of secularism in our nation.
Authentic Christianity: Counting the Cost (Ray Vader Laan)
Vander Laan shares lessons from the Apostle Paul about living an authentic Christian life, changing culture, and serving the broken world around us.
Being Thankful for God’s Blessings (Dr. R.T. Kendall)
Kendall emphasizes the importance of practicing daily thanksgiving to God for even the smallest things in life through journaling, individual prayer, and corporate prayer.
A Bold Witness for Christ on Network TV (Mark Burnett and Roma Downey)
Burnett and Downey talk about their miniseries A.D. The Bible Continues. They share their personal faith journeys in making this production and how the process impacted their relationship with God.
Bringing Purpose and Power to Your Prayer Life (Kathi Lipp)
Lipp speaks honestly about her struggles to have an effective prayer life. She discusses the scriptural importance of prayer—and she shares how prayer has helped improve her marriage, parenting, and other life situations.
Building the Bridge to Forgiveness (Dr. Gary Chapman)
Learn how small injustices can create walls between us and those we love. We can begin to heal relationships by taking responsibility for our part and by seeking forgiveness from God and the person we’ve hurt.
Chasing After Christ (Dr. David Platt)
Platt challenges Christians to re-examine their priorities to maximize service for God’s Kingdom. Don’t let materialism distract you from evangelizing the world; get involved in sharing Christ, both at home and abroad.
Controlling Anger So It Doesn’t Control You (Dr. Gary Chapman)
Life is full of frustrations, and it’s easy to get angry in the wake of rejection, hurt, or embarrassment. Chapman discusses how to control anger and use it as motivation toward positive change.
C.S. Lewis at War: The Dramatic Story Behind Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis and Paul McCusker
The life of C.S. Lewis and the events behind the creation of Mere Christianity are played out in this audio drama. The recording also includes a full reading of Mere Christianity.
C.S. Lewis: The Heart Behind Mere Christianity (Douglas Gresham, Paul McCusker)
Gresham shares stories of growing up with the influence of his stepfather, C.S. Lewis. He also discusses the production of C.S. Lewis at War, an 8-CD Focus on the Family Radio Theatre set, as well as McCusker’s book C.S. Lewis & Mere Christianity.
Cultivating a Life of Character (David Brooks)
Brooks shares insight into the value of cultivating character traits like integrity, honesty, and humility—and how we can impact the culture by putting them into practice.
Debunking Christian Urban Legends (Dr. Larry Osborne)
Some ideas sound spiritually true but have nothing to do with what the Bible actually says. Osborne explains why these legends are harmful.
Discovering Rest in a Busy World (Vicki Courtney)
Courtney points out why we need to avoid comparing ourselves, limit social media time, and spend more time with God.
Encountering Jesus Through the Women Who Loved Him (Liz Curtis Higgs)
Curtis Higgs highlights the faith, love, and sacrificial service of several women mentioned in the Gospels. She explains what their lives can teach us about trusting God, even when life seems hopeless.
Engaging Others With Love, Kindness, and Service (Karen Ehman)
With personal stories and advice—as well as biblical inspiration—Ehman encourages us to step out of our comfort zone to bless others.
Enjoying Life in God-Honoring Ways (Gary Thomas)
Pleasure isn’t something Christians should fear or avoid. Christian families, especially, need to not only focus on teaching kids rules and responsibilities, but also to make sure home is a welcoming place of joy.
Examining Our Faith: Christianity in the 21st Century (Dr. Timothy Keller)
Keller shares thoughts from his book Counterfeit Gods, which examines all the things people pursue to find happiness and fulfillment, and he describes how Christians can engage non-believers. He also discusses his book The Prodigal God to reveal God’s grace toward those who turn their backs on Him—and those to try to live a moral, rule-following life.
Exploring God’s Enduring Story (Ray Vander Laan)
When the ancient Israelites left captivity in Egypt, God led them through the desert to Mt. Sinai. Vander Laan explains the significance of the desert and how Mt. Sinai was, essentially, the setting for a wedding between God and His people.
Finding God’s Mercy When Life Is Messy (Vicki Courtney)
Courtney shares about her son confessing that he and his fiancée were pregnant. Speaking to parents of prodigal children, she offers hope in the midst of difficult situations. And describing how her past choices—including an abortion at age 17—shaped her Christian walk, Courtney challenges us to embrace grace and live out an authentic God-centered faith.
Finding God’s Purpose for Your Life (Ken Costa)
Costa shares lessons he’s learned about cutting through distractions to discern God’s voice and find freedom in serving Him. Listeners of all ages can work through the process of finding God’s calling.
Finding Peace Through Forgiveness (Gil Mertz)
Mertz had a difficult childhood relationship with his father. So when he learned his dad was dying, he was tempted to not care—but God prompted him to make things right before it was too late.
Finding the Path to True Happiness (Dr. Henry Cloud)
Secular research on happiness points to God’s design revealed in Scripture. Rather than being dependent on life circumstance, happiness comes from principled living: giving, connecting and engaging with others, having goals, and living a life of faith.
Finding Your Identity As a Child of God (Pastor Brady Boyd)
We become God’s adopted children through the gift of faith and salvation in Jesus. Boyd explains the need for Christians to really believe and act like they are the Lord’s treasured sons and daughters; they don’t need to work their way into His favor.
Five Things I Know About People (Dr. John Maxwell)
1) Everybody wants to be somebody; you’ll get out of people exactly what you expect of them. 2) Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care. 3) Everybody who belongs to the body of Christ belongs to everybody that belongs to the body of Christ. 4) Anybody who helps somebody has the power to influence many lives. 5) God loves everybody.
Following Jesus Through the Seas (Leslie Leyland Fields)
Leyland Fields shares about being a commercial salmon fisherwoman in Alaska—the marriage tension that comes in working with your spouse, and parenting in the midst of challenging circumstances. She parallels the Christian faith with Jesus calling the first disciples to drop their nets and follow Him.
Forgiving the Past, Embracing the Future (Deborah Pegues)
Pegues shares what forgiveness is and isn’t, practical ways people can begin the forgiveness process, and the rewards of having a forgiving spirit.
Fulfilling the Mission of Jesus (Ray Vander Laan)
Vander Laan inspires Christians to engage the culture by looking at Jesus’ death, resurrection, and ascension. He explains what it all meant in first-century Rome.
Gaining a New Perspective on Life (Rev. J.John)
British evangelist Rev. J.John shares humorous stories to illustrate our need for the Savior—and how the essence of Christianity is to know Christ and make Him known.
Getting Beyond the Struggle to Forgive (Pastor Brian Jones)
When traumatic events cause us or those we love intense pain, how do we forgive the individuals responsible, and how do we resolve anger toward God and find healing?
Giving and Receiving God’s Grace (Phil Callaway)
Humorist Callaway shares lessons he learned as a child with a gift for deceit. He encourages listeners to live in the way of grace: being grateful, relational, amazed, compassionate, and expectant.
Heeding God’s Call in Faith (Dickson Mully)
Mully’s family was living in an African desert with hundreds of children to feed and no clean water. He describes miraculously discovering water deep underground—a find that would help transform thousands of lives.
Helping Your Family Thrive Spiritually (Dr. Arnie Cole, Mike Ross)
Cole and Ross share their personal stories and offer a time-tested solution to spiritual malaise: read more of God’s Word! They suggest how to get real with God and engage with the Bible at different points in the day as you seek the Lord’s renewal.
Jesus and His Power (Dr. Tony Evans)
Evans explains how the death and resurrection of Jesus is the power for victorious living today and the hope for the future.
Learning God’s Ways While Raising a Family (Rob Parsons)
Parsons talks about giving, serving, and loving. Find wisdom and life lessons to pass on to your children and grandchildren.
Learning to Be Honest With God (Esther Fleece)
Fleece talks about the healing and freedom we can experience by engaging in open, honest, passionate dialogue with God during life’s difficult seasons.
Lessons Learned While Serving Others (Pastor Matthew Barnett)
Barnett talks about the Dream Center in Los Angeles. He’s worked with gangsters, addicts, orphans, the homeless, and trafficked victims—many whose lives have been redeemed by the Gospel. Barnett challenges us to look for the misfits who cross our paths, and he suggests how to demonstrate unconditional love.
Letting Your Voice Be Heard in Heaven (Senate Chaplain Barry Black)
Recorded at the 2017 National Prayer Breakfast, Black reminds Christians of the power of prayer and the importance of praying for government leaders.
Living for Christ in a Me-First World (Leslie Vernick)
Humility—the honest view of our own imperfect, broken lives—helps free us to become all God intends. Get ideas on how to avoid pride and how to pursue godly humility.
Living in View of Eternity (Randy Alcorn)
Alcorn discusses the need for believers to develop a biblically inspired view of what heaven will be like, giving attention to what it means to worship God now and for eternity—and how we should live with that in mind.
Living Life to the Fullest (Matt Heard)
It’s easy to allow daily life to become routine and stagnant. But it’s much more rewarding to experience life to the fullest—to walk with Christ in both the beautiful and the broken.
Living With the End in Mind (Dr. Richard Swenson)
Swenson offers practical tips for finding rest and contentment in a world that emphasizes busyness and materialism. All that really matters at the end of our lives is our relationship with Jesus and the love of family and friends.
Longing for Happiness (Randy Alcorn)
Alcorn examines our longing for contentment and explains how we can maintain joy and find everlasting happiness in Jesus Christ.
Overcoming Barriers to Forgiveness (Dr. Gary Chapman, Dr. Jennifer Thomas)
Chapman and Thomas discuss the many facets of forgiveness. Discover your own apology language, and put it into practice.
Overcoming Pride (Dr. R.T. Kendall)
Kendall delves into the characteristics of pride and how to overcome it by relying on God’s grace, love, and forgiveness.
Overcoming Wounds Inflicted by God’s People (Anne Graham Lotz)
Lotz shares biblical understanding and help for people who have experienced hurtful incidents within the Church. There is hope for those who have been wounded by believers, and hope for those who were responsible.
The Power of Persistent Prayer (Dr. John Snyder)
Snyder shares about a vision problem that has limited his activities for the past 40 years—and has helped him grow in faith. Whether God’s answer to our prayer is yes, no, or wait, be encouraged by the truth that He knows what’s best for us.
Pursuing Happiness in Godly Ways (Leslie Vernick)
Vernick examines what true happiness really looks like, and how to slow down, practice gratitude, and savor the joyful moments God gives.
Restoring the Soul (Dr. Ravi Zacharias)
Zacharias explores how it’s possible to be a perfectly contented individual, completely at peace and enjoying the fulfillment of every desire, without wandering away from the law of God.
Serving God With What You Have (Dr. Lori Salierno)
Salierno talks about her ministry to share Jesus with high school and college students. She explains how God is constantly inviting us to be a part of something bigger than ourselves—and we need to train our souls to discern His voice.
The Sheep-Like Qualities of a Disciple (Ken Davis)
Davis elaborates on why the Bible compares God’s followers to sheep and humorously demonstrates how Christians and sheep share the qualities of fearfulness, foolishness, and dependence on a caretaker.
Speaking Up When the Culture Wants Silence (Dr. Al Mohler)
Mohler explains how we can lovingly proclaim truth and live out our faith in a culture that doesn’t agree with our beliefs. Should we attend a same-sex wedding ceremony? When is it okay to voice your opinion, and how do you do so without being marginalized?
Starting Off the New Year Right (Dr. Kevin Leman)
Leman encourages listeners to pursue spiritual goals: Love God with all your heart, surrender to His plan, and don’t believe lies from your past.
The Transforming Power of God’s Grace (Pastor Lee Strobel)
Atheist-turned-Christian Strobel tells of God’s grace interlaced with his own experiences. He paints a powerful picture of how grace impacts every aspect of our lives.
Understanding God’s Transforming Grace (Pastor Andy Stanley)
Christians may know they are saved through God’s grace as Scripture makes clear (Ephesians 2:8-9)—but they may feel they’re unacceptable to God. Be encouraged by the truth that God’s grace is a free, unmerited gift.
Understanding Spiritual Temperaments in Your Family (Gary Thomas)
Thomas describes how God has created us with different spiritual temperaments, and he outlines nine (some people prefer quiet prayer, others loud celebratory worship, others activism, others intellectual study of God’s Word, etc.).
Using Kindness to Open Doors in the Culture (Dr. Barry Corey)
Corey sheds light on the Bible’s definition of kindness and describes how Christians can live it out. We need a firm center (theological conviction) with soft edges (kindness).
Using Our Words Wisely (Karen Ehman)
Ehman shares personal experiences and biblical examples about the power of speech. She offers ways to start taming the tongue and using words in a positive way.
Walking Through Life’s Open Doors (Pastor John Ortberg)
Ortberg examines how to discern and follow God’s will when answers aren’t clear.
What’s Really True About You? (Pastor Dave Lomas)
Lomas took a year away from the pastorate to work a “regular” job and love on his family. He shares the struggle of that time because his identity had been wrapped up in his calling as a pastor. But he discovered that who we truly are is not about what we do, but who we are in Christ.
When God Gives You a Second Chance (Ken Davis)
Davis shares insights from the biblical story of Jonah to encourage Christians to listen for God’s voice and follow His direction.
Who Do You See in the Mirror? (Dr. Adrian Rogers)
Rogers notes that significance, sufficiency, and security are what we want in life—and are what God wants us to have. He explains that God will never ask anything of us that He has not already provided.
Who Is the Author of Your Faith (Pastor Andy Stanley)
Have a strong faith that defies any trial. It all rests on the historically proven life and death of Jesus Christ.
Faith, Hope, and Luck by Andy Stanley
“Discover What You Can Expect From God”
The Family Project (Focus on the Family)
This 12-session series explores the theological, philosophical, and cultural underpinnings of the traditional family, and combines that information with inspiring stories and practical tools to help 21st-century families thrive.
Irreplaceable (Focus on the Family)
This documentary follows host Tim Sisarich (former Executive Director of Focus on the Family New Zealand) as he consults with experts around the globe to determine whether the concept of the traditional family is still meaningful today.
Ken Davis Live (2005)
“Second Chances: Lessons From Jonah”
Taking Responsibility for Your Life Because Nobody Else Will by Andy Stanley
Through four video sessions (Let the Blames Begin, The Disproportionate Life, This Is No Time to Pray, and Embracing Your Response Ability) and a participant’s guide, Stanley explores godly responsibility.
The Truth Project (Focus on the Family)
Many believers today fail to live life from a Christian perspective—but Focus on the Family’s The Truth Project® seeks to counter this trend. Through home-based small groups, participants journey through 13 one-hour lessons to learn about and discuss the relevance and importance of living out a Christian worldview.
That the World May Know® by Ray Vander Laan (Focus on the Family)
Vander Laan weaves together the Bible’s historical, cultural, religious, and geographical contexts. He offers insights into Scripture’s significance for believers today.
- Promised Land
- Prophets and Kings
- Life and Ministry of the Messiah
- Death and Resurrection of the Messiah
- The Early Church
- In the Dust of the Rabbi
- Walk As Jesus Walked
- God Heard Their Cry
- Fire on the Mountain
- With All Your Heart
- The Path to the Cross
- Walking With God in the Desert
- Israel’s Mission
- The Mission of Jesus
- A Clash of Kingdoms
- Cultures in Conflict
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Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
This organization offers faith-building resources for the entire family.
Insight for Living (Dr. Charles Swindoll)
Insight for Living’s website offers resources associated with the daily broadcasts.
This international ministry focuses on discipleship and Christian growth.
Truth for Life (Pastor Alistair Begg)
This ministry proclaims the Word of God through radio, print, and web.
Walk Thru the Bible Ministries
This non-denominational ministry ignites a passion for Scripture through events, resources, and a global impact.