Program Schedule

11:00 am
Charles Price
11:30 am
Howard Dayton and Steve Moore
11:30 am
Steve Brown
11:45 am
Joyce Meyer
12:00 pm
K.P. Yohannan
12:00 pm
Ravi Zacharias
12:15 pm
R.G. Hardy and Sharon Hardy Knotts
12:30 pm
Pastor Paul Sheppard
12:59 pm
Ian Taylor
1:00 pm
Ron Dozler
1:30 pm
Pastor Erwin Lutzer
2:00 pm
Steve Gregg
2:28 pm
Ron Hutchcraft
2:45 pm
Steve Brown
3:00 pm
Hank Hanegraaff
3:30 pm
Michael Horton and Adriel Sanchez

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  • Why ‘Being Christian Without the Church’ Fails the Good Friday Test
    According to the gospel of John, the cross casts us into community. We Americans tend to be a sentimental people. This makes it difficult for us to look directly into the horror, shame, and degradation of a death by crucifixion. When Jesus says to Mary, “Woman, behold thy son” and to John “Behold thy Mother,” […]
    Fleming Rutledge
  • Love That Will Not Let Go
    Mary Magdalene both clung to the risen Christ and went out to bear witness. Jesus said to her, “Mary.” She turned toward him and cried out in Aramaic, “Rabboni!” (which means “Teacher”). Jesus said, “Do not hold on to me … Go instead to my brothers and tell them ‘I am ascending to my Father […]
    Simon Chan
  • Arab Spring Again? Christians in Sudan and Algeria Cheer Regime Changes
    Historic confessions escape an Islamist, while Muslim converts pray for reform. One of the early iconic martyrs of Sudan’s recent protests was inspired by Christian oppression. Shot dead by police while aiding protestors against the regime of 30-year dictator Omar al-Bashir, Babiker Salama—a 27-year-old doctor from an exclusive Khartoum suburb—was motivated in part by what […]
    Jayson Casper
  • Easter Joy Belongs to the Melancholy
    The celebration of Christ’s resurrection stands in contrast to Christmas joy. Easter joy has been harder to come by this year. Between the growing ugliness of American politics and the acrimony within the church body, I’ve found it harder to anticipate looking up from the broken body of my Lord to rejoice this Sunday in […]
    Elisabeth Rain Kincaid
  • Bolivia Finally Gives Evangelicals the Same Rights as Catholics
    With new law, president Evo Morales comes through on his promise of greater religious freedom. Evangelicals in Bolivia received a major religious freedom boost this week from the same administration that banned evangelism last year. Months after Evo Morales criminalized proselytizing—before swiftly reversing course—the Bolivian president reached out to Christians to help draft legislation to […]
    Morgan Lee
  • Sovereign Grace Calls Outside Investigation ‘Impossible’
    The church network pushed back against renewed scrutiny around SGC and former president C. J. Mahaney’s response to abuse claims. Despite continued calls for an independent, third-party investigation into Sovereign Grace Churches (SGC) and its response to abuse allegations, the network has officially taken the option off the table, calling it “inappropriate, impractical, unjust” and […]
    Kate Shellnutt
  • True Tolerance Opens the Door for All to Share Their Beliefs, Including Christians
    Sometimes culture makes it difficult, but there are aspects of culture that are quite conducive to evangelism. In part one, I talked about some of the headwinds hindering evangelism— things slowing or making sharing the faith more difficult. Now, we’re going to focus on the good news; specifically, we’re going to examine the tailwinds accelerating […]
    Ed Stetzer
  • Christ's Confident Resolve
    What Jesus' arrest and trial can teach us about facing opposition. “So again Pilate asked him, ‘Aren’t you going to answer? See how many things they are accusing you of’” (Mark 15:4). When we approach Easter, there are many things we think about: Jesus’ death in our place, the disciples’ lack of understanding, God’s choice […]
    Darrell L. Bock
  • Suffering and Submission in Gethsemane
    Even as Jesus struggled, he was resolute about what he wanted most of all. “He fell with his face to the ground and prayed, ‘My Father, if it is possible, may this cup be taken from me. Yet not as I will, but as you will’” (Matt. 26:39). When we sing the old hymn “I […]
    Nancy Guthrie
  • ECFA Revokes Harvest Bible Chapel’s Membership
    (UPDATED) Under James MacDonald, Chicago-area megachurch was in “serious violation” of 4 out of 7 stewardship standards, says Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. Update (April 17): Harvest Bible Chapel has lost its standing with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), months after controversy over founding pastor James MacDonald culminated with his firing. The ECFA […]
    Jeremy Weber
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