In a fallen world, we search for security that continues to elude us, financial security, national security, the things we think we need to feel safe in this world. In uncertain times, Pastor Jack Graham reminds us of the ultimate, eternal security we have when we are in Christ, in today’s message Kept.
PowerPoint is the broadcast ministry of Dr. Jack Graham from Prestonwood Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas. Convinced that the Kingdom of God is a matter of power, not talk, PowerPoint is committed to helping Christians experience that Kingdom power in every area of their lives. This half-hour broadcast will help Christians apply God's Word to everyday living.
As we near the end of the series exploring the early church in the book of Acts, Pastor Jack Graham brings a powerful message, Beyond All Limits. Our God wants us to take the Good News of the Gospel beyond all limits, Pastor Graham teaches, so that every person on the face of the earth can know our Savior, Jesus Christ.
We continue studying the book of Acts today with a look at the story of the first Christian martyr, Stephen. Pastor Jack Graham teaches that while most of us will never be called upon to die for Jesus Christ, we are all called and compelled to live for Him.
Pastor Jack Graham continues a look at the passion of the church in the book of Acts. When the spirit of God breathed on them, they became cross-cultural, they took the Cross over into the culture and began changing their world.
Pastor Jack Graham closes out the week with a challenging message for us all in these days. What is needed today, Pastor Graham exhorts, are brave-hearted believers who will not retreat in the face of opposition and will not relent in the proclamation of the message of Jesus Christ.
In his message today, Pastor Jack Graham guides us in the answer to the question Who Really Killed Jesus? But, he explains, the death of Jesus Christ on the Cross was the best thing that ever happened in the history of the world because God’s eternal plan made it possible for us to be saved, forgiven, and experience eternal life.