God loves you so much that He wants you to know Him and experience life in all of its fullness. In His Word, He has given us everything we need to discover and develop a relationship with Him. In it, we also find what we believe and why we believe it, as well as the tools we need to pass our faith on to the generations who will come behind us.
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.
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.
Pastor Jack Graham continues his look at the passion of the Christ found in the book of the Acts with the message Igniting the Church. Pastor Graham teaches that what happened in the 1st Century church, a movement of God ignited by the Holy Spirit, can still happen today.
Today on PowerPoint, Pastor Jack Graham begins the series Full-Throttle Faith, examining the supernatural movement that swept through the early church as recorded in the book of Acts. Pastor Graham teaches that what we see in Acts is the pathway to the power and provision of passion by the work of the Holy Spirit.
On today’s PowerPoint, Pastor Jack Graham shares the powerful story of Samson. In his message Beyond Failure, he warns us of the risk we take when we willingly step outside of God’s will.