In this special Daily Thunder episode, Eric Ludy talks with Adam Bradt, the actor who plays “Christian” in the musical Pilgrim, and gets his take on what it’s like to play such an important character. This is an episode you don’t want to miss.
Thanksgiving isn’t merely important in the Christian life, it is essential – in fact, it is classified as God’s will for your life (see 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18). It’s all things thanksgiving in this message, and no, we aren’t talking about the big meal in November. Discover how this simple principle and “God’s will” can radically transform your life.
As Christians, we are called to lives of peace, joy, and hope – regardless of the turmoil and trouble that surrounds us. In this special series, Nathan Johnson examines what it means to walk in peace, joy, and hope in every circumstance and become that “island of peace” in our culture because of the life of Jesus Christ. If you need hope or a fresh reminder to rise up above your troubles and difficulties and experience the Prince of Peace, this message is for you!
Too many Christians are looking at the current state of the church and culture and feeling defeated, hopeless, or fear. Yet, Nathan says he is incredibly optimistic right now for four key reasons. In this episode, he shares the first reason and invites you to freshly turn your gaze upon Jesus Christ.
In this special series, Nathan Johnson looks at twelve incredible benefits of reading God’s Word, ways to get more out of your Bible reading, and helpful Bible reading plans to get you started.
Jesus says that eternal life is having relationship and intimacy with Himself (John 17:3). In this study, Nathan Johnson talks about intimacy and knowing God relationally … and does so by talking about one of his favorite words in the Bible.
Scripture reminds us over and over that our lives are short and our days are numbered. This reminder exhorts us not to be passive or waste our lives but to give our lives fully to Jesus Christ and to spend ourselves for the Kingdom of God. In this miniseries, Nathan Johnson talks about what it means to live in light of eternity and to count the number of our days.