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Amy Mitchell: Anchor Her Ministries

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Gifts and Fruit

The Gospel of John, says Dr. Boice, is "a powerful source of instruction and comfort to many millions of God's people down through the ages of church history. " This message on the Gospel of John is an insightful study and devotional guide. Dr. Boice explores the coming of Jesus Christ and discusses the initial reaction some people had toward him.

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Beloved Unbeliever - I

1 Peter 3 counsels Christian wives of unbelieving husbands to win them to the faith through their purity and reverence rather than simply with words. Easier said than done. On today's classic edition of Family Talk, Dr. James Dobson discusses this heartfelt dilemma with the late Jo Berry, author of Beloved Unbeliever: Loving Your Husband into the Faith. Jo gives hope to women with non-believing husbands, emphasizing that their (wives’) faith must be in Jesus Christ. It is He who can give hope to an unequally yoked couple, producing a fulfilling, delightful, and stable marriage, even if the husband never becomes a Christian.

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Loving Your Spouse Through the Seasons of Marriage - II

Every marriage has seasons spring, summer, fall and winter. But how do you navigate chilly and bitter times with your spouse? We’ll examine how fall and winter seasons of a marriage can lead to new growth and another spring!

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Our King Will Not Be Mocked (#2)

Do you have questions about the Bible? Well, join the club.

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Let the Judgments Begin, Part 3

In his vision of heaven, John at last witnesses the beginning of the end as the Lamb begins to break the seals in Revelation 6: 18. Pastor Chuck Swindoll explains the symbolism of the white, red, black, and ashen horses of the apocalypse. Each of the four brings with it earthly destruction on an increasing scale. While it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and disheartened at the disastrous scenes, none of them come as a surprise to God. Find out why the terrifying picture of events is tempered with good news for believers!

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