Many people claim we’re living during some of the most troubling times in history. We do know these are troubling times…and that’s enough. For many people, the things they used to rely on for hope have been tainted…or even taken away. But hope is not dead. It is alive because our Source of hope is alive—and He never changes. From the series: Encouraging Words for Discouraging Times
In one glorious moment your life changes. It could be as simple as a whisper in the wind or as revealing as the miracle of a new life. For every person that moment is a unique experience to hold onto forever. When God's Word changes the direction of your life that change is the "Turning Point" to an extraordinary new beginning. Dr. David Jeremiah founder of Turning Point Ministries is a communicator with a common sense approach to current issues providing Christians with sound Bible teaching relevant to today's world.
The Bible says we’re to live a life of godliness. But what does that really mean? Surely God doesn’t expect us to be perfect – does He? Dr. David Jeremiah examines this question addressed in Peter’s epistles, and paints an encouraging picture of your identity in Christ. From the series: Everything You Need
Do you struggle with self-control? You’re certainly not alone. From anger to appetite, from time management to taming the tongue, we all have areas in need of discipline. Dr. David Jeremiah puts the spotlight on this vital virtue: how to achieve it, and how it can make you more effective for God. From the series: Everything You Need
In our culture of convenience, the hard road of perseverance has given way to the easy path of simply quitting. Is perseverance dead? Dr. David Jeremiah says not only must Christians keep perseverance alive, we must make it a priority in our lives – and he provides a biblical formula for doing just that. From the series: Everything You Need
If you think perseverance means resigning yourself to a bad situation for the long haul, you’re in for a surprise. Dr. David Jeremiah explains that the term actually has more to do with strength and victory than the often-misunderstood notions of weakness and defeat! From the series: Everything You Need
The Apostle Peter was transformed from an impulsive follower into a self-controlled leader. Is such a transformation possible for you as well? Dr. David Jeremiah takes a closer look at self-control and offers some very practical steps to help you achieve it with the Holy Spirit’s help. From the series: Everything You Need