Ravi Zacharias shines the light of love eternal and personal on the darkness that abounds. In this talk, Ravi lays out his four pillars upon which we can build a life of strength in truth at this time. A time when we must “live with the eternal in perspective” and reflect on how we each can make this world a better place.
In these unprecedented times, many are searching for wisdom that can help us make sense of the situation, and in this conversation Professor Lennox will focus on how Scripture guides our reactions and responses–for both Christians and skeptics alike.
31 of Nashville’s Studio Singers using their cell phones during Nashville’s Safer at Home order to record and lift their collective voices to share a message of hope and encouragement during these challenging days.
TenTwoSix Music presents – The Nashville Studio Singer Community – Virtual Cell Phone Choir – “It Is Well With My Soul” arranged by: David Wise
“Why is there so much bitterness in our society?” Mr. Ramsden has heard this question in Canada and in every place he has spoken in 2019 including the United Kingdom, the Ukraine, Australia, Hong Kong, and Nigeria. He says, “Global culture seems to have converged on a very negative aspect. If the cry for justice is based on bitterness, even when you get justice, you are left with bitterness.” Is there an alternative?