Ralph’s New Year’s Triple-Dog Dare (Reconciliation):
If you’ve been growing weary over how much pressure you feel to be fake or to fit in, here’s a challenge toward freedom—for yourself and for those around you. It has the potential to make the New Year an amazing year.
Recognizing the Perfect Work of God:
Oftentimes the first thing you hear in a sermon is the most revealing. If it isn’t about the perfect work of God, beware, because what follows may well be a twisted burden aimed at you.
A Devastating Cover-Up:
What happens if we don’t believe we’re reconciled to God when we actually are? It’s devastating. No kidding. But there’s hope.
Direction, Rejection & Torture:
Got 3 minutes? Here’s the question: What is the relationship between God-given direction and the role that rejection and torture play in it?
Rescuing Temporary Lunatics:
Got 4.5 minutes? Have you ever yelled at a crazy person, and then felt foolish when it didn’t work? After all, volume means nothing with the crazies! Have a quick look at what the apostle Paul did with crazies, and see if it might help you with your local lunatics—including yourself.
God’s Biggest Problem:
Got 3 minutes? Here’s the question: What is God’s BIGGEST problem? What do you think?
Is your life filled with ups and downs, crazy events and emotional peaks and valleys? Give 3 minutes to this fun little video and see if you don’t feel better about the whole thing.
The Faithfulness oft Frustrated Longing:
Have you got 2 minutes for something that will help make sense out of the tension between longing and frustration? See if this latest video help you take advantage of what God is doing about the whole thing — with you.
Here’s how to beautifully help each other throughout the day. It’s simple. It fits your style. It affects the heart—yours, and those you help by it.
Curing Everyday Blindness:
There’s a whole lot of lying going on that makes us blind to the truth—or at least unable to really love and benefit from it. Sometimes it’s your own eyes that do the lying. Give 4 minutes to this little video and find out if real vision isn’t tremendously invigorating.