The breakdown in society is connected to the breakdown of the family. Our enemy Satan seeks to attack the family and our souls in any way he can. In this message, we examine the deliverance found only through Jesus’ authority and cleansing. Although demonic lies and influences leave a trail of destruction, God can turn victims into victors.
Moody Church Hour is the weekly radio outreach of The Moody Church in Chicago, Illinois. Philip Miller is the 17th Senior Pastor of The Moody Church. He is committed to cultivating a gospel-centered church that welcomes spiritual explorers, promotes gospel clarity in culturally engaging ways, inspires passionate worship and catalyzes a multiplication movement of gospel renewal both locally and globally.
Where do we turn when we need sustaining grace? The real challenges the early Christians faced—false teachers, false doctrine, and cultural pressures—are what every church and every Christian must deal with. In this message, Pastor Philip Miller’s sweeping overview of Ephesians exhibits the glories and warning of Paul’s epistle. God’s Word gives grace—to real people.
The Word of God is constant even as generations of preachers come and go. In this service from September 2021, Philip Miller is officially installed as the 17th senior pastor of The Moody Church. We’ll hear encouraging messages from Pastor Lutzer, Pastor Philip, and others. Pastor Philip will be the next voice on Moody Church Hour, as Pastor Lutzer continues on “Running To Win” and “Songs In The Night.”
This world, with its pleasures and trials, is passing away. Whatever is invested in the world to come will endure forever. In this message from 2 Corinthians 4, Pastor Lutzer focuses on the glories of eternity and how the present sufferings we endure will be worth it in the end. Which world are we living for?
Media of all types is addicting—both for the young and the old. Are we prepared to protect our homes and our families from worldly influences? In this message, Pastor Lutzer discusses strategies for making disciples in our homes and families, despite the many forces against the family. The faith can be passed on.
Some Christians are tempted to dominate secular culture or isolate from it. But we must engage the culture and share the Gospel. In this message from 1 Peter 1, Pastor Lutzer calls Christians to faithfully stand for Christ in our culture in three ways. Even the way in which we suffer should glorify Christ.