Dr. Michelle Lundgren considers the “lasts” in life, and being prepared for them by abiding in Christ.
Dr. Inrig responds to a question about the name of God, and then discusses how adversity is essential to strength and growth. A theology of suffering is very significant for Christians in many parts of the world, and Dr. Inrig […]
Dr. Inrig looks at the life of Paul and how he learned to boast in his weakness.
Special guest Sylvana Airan shares her experience growing up in a Christian family in Pakistan.
The world and much of what happens in it can often be bewildering, just as it was for Habakkuk, one of the Hebrew prophets questioning God about the evil in the world. Dr. Inrig connects Habakkuk’s writing with our responsibility […]
“You don’t get to choose your trials.” This important reminder is the framework for Dr. Inrig’s discussion of the story of Job, as Job is taught that the “who” of life is even more important than the “why.”
Thad Mott, Director of Athletic Advancement at Grace University, reflects on how anger with God led to drifting away from God, and learning to trust and abide with God even in the midst of disappointment and disillusionment.
Hannah’s story of pain and petition and persecution and perseverance in faith:
Robert Gall reflects on the consequences of placing our own interests ahead of abiding in God, as illustrated by the wilderness wanderings of the nation of Israel.