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Dr. Jack Graham Celebrates Life of Billy Graham
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 21, 2018
I’m always asked if I was related to Billy Graham. I am not, but he ‘adopted’ me into his family during his final crusade in Texas in 2002.
While we wait
By Dr. Jack Graham | February 3, 2018
It can be difficult to remember the security of our eternity when we’re facing the ugly realities of a sinful and fallen world. We’re seeing the foundations of our nation’s spiritual heritage broken down and threatened. We’re feeling the pains the world felt during the 400 years of silence without the guiding voice of God. How are we to cope?
Well, first of all, we’re not to dismay. Remember the overwhelming and soul-penetrating joy that was brought to earth at the birth of Christ! Recall what the angel told the frightened shepherds that very night: “Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people” (Luke 2:10).
God did not leave us. Jesus is Immanuel, “God with us,” and the Word has made it clear that He is coming back again (Hebrews 9:28). The world is aching for Christ, and we have an ordained duty to bring His love and truth to those around us while we wait for His triumphant return.
Even when the world seems to be falling apart, we have a steadfast and unshakable foundation in our victorious God. And when He comes again, heaven and earth will be reconciled in a beautiful and holy display of the power of our Creator.
So rejoice! We have a Savior who is victorious over the grave and wasn’t contained by the tomb. While we await His return, let us remind others of this Gospel, this Good News. Live with faith, conviction, and courage even in the fire. All around us, people are broken by their sin and beaten down by their lives, and they need a loving Christian to tell them about the One who died and rose and is...
Sign up for our PowerPoint Today devotional!
By PowerPoint Ministries | February 1, 2018
Finding time to read Scripture each day can be a challenge! So to make it easier for faithful PowerPoint friends like you to gain the Bible’s timeless wisdom for living, we want to deliver a free daily email devotional called PowerPoint Today right to your inbox.
In these easy-to-read email devotionals, you can gain biblical insight on topics such as…
• How to get the most out of your Christian life.
• Why you can overcome any obstacle with confidence.
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So be sure to sign up below today. It’s our prayer that God blesses you abundantly as you grow in His Word!
Revelation: What it Means and Why it Matters
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 26, 2018
“Revelation: What it Means and Why it Matters”
When I began teaching on the Book of Revelation, the first question I wanted to answer was “why” — why study a book filled with incredible imagery and seemingly confusing prophecy. To answer, the “why,” we need to know what the Book means and why it matters.
One-on-one with Dr. Jack Graham
By PowerPoint Ministries | January 1, 2018
PowerPoint recently sat down with Dr. Jack Graham to talk about his passion for the lost and the local church – and how your gifts and prayers are helping push forward the greatest cause in the world.
PowerPoint: What is your greatest ministry passion?
Dr. Jack Graham: My greatest passion in ministry is fulfilling the Great Commission of our Lord and Savior:
“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.” (Matthew 28:19-20 ESV)
Jesus tells us to have hearts filled with compassion for others – what Jesus calls mercy. Leading someone to salvation promised by our Savior is a beautiful example of mercy. It is an extension of the mercy of God Himself.
Why is a local church important?
The greatest cause on earth to fulfill the Great Commission is the local church. Thus, it is critical that churches teach the biblical truth of God’s Word both within our neighborhoods and to every corner of the world – until every ear has heard. And, of course, the local church provides fellowship with believers, provides spiritual instruction, and allows us to mentor and encourage one another.
How does PowerPoint Ministries support local churches?
PowerPoint’s global coverage carries the Word of God to some of the most inaccessible areas in the world. It takes the saving message of hope to people who otherwise might never hear God’s promise of salvation, and it also is “church” to those who cannot attend or don’t have access to a thriving, Bible-believing, evangelistic local church. But I always want to encourage...
A personal message from Dr. Jack Graham
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 1, 2018
Dr. Graham wants to encourage you with the special 1-minute video below. Watch it now, then continue your journey of faith by exploring our sermon library and online articles, or by finding local stations we broadcast on in your area.
We look forward to connecting more with you in the coming days!
Rediscovering the Bible Lost in America
By | November 28, 2017
Rediscovering the Bible Lost in America
There’s an Old Testament story that bears striking resemblance to what’s going on today in America. It’s the story of King Josiah finding the lost Book of the Law.
By PowerPoint Ministries | November 21, 2017
From everyone here at PowerPoint, we pray you have a wonderful Thanksgiving – enjoying God’s immeasurable blessings through Jesus Christ!
We Honor and Remember
By Dr. Jack Graham | November 10, 2017
Ninety-nine years ago, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, in a forest in France, Germany surrendered to the Allied nations to end the most horrific war to that point in human history. They called it the Great War—the War to End All Wars. Unfortunately, it wasn’t. Two decades later, World War II was upon us.
How you can break free from fear and anxiety
By Dr. Jack Graham | November 5, 2017
All of us face fear at times. So it’s important to learn how to master it, before fear robs you of your happiness and your health… and holds you back from becoming all that you were born to be.
People have dealt with fear throughout history. Noah faced fear of what others thought of him. Moses felt fearful about his inadequacies. Abraham, Esther, Gideon, Daniel, and Mary the mother of our Lord – each had fearful things to overcome.
And you can overcome your fear too!
God is calling you to do something great in His name; but if you’re afraid, you could miss it. Remember, He doesn’t always call the equipped, but He always equips the called.
If God calls you to do something, He’ll provide for your every need. So don’t be afraid to do what He’s called you to do!
Fear has been described as a small trickle of doubt that flows through the mind, until it wears such a great channel that all your thoughts drain into it. Tiny fears can build up day by day, until we find ourselves paralyzed, unable to perform.
Maybe you get a bad doctor’s report… you lose your job… or your kids rebel and you’re afraid they’ll never come to the Lord. Before you know it, doubt, fear, and anxiety creep in, and you start focusing on your fears rather than living in faith.
But you can break free of fears like these, because Jesus said in John 8:32, “You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”
Today, stop focusing on your circumstances and instead consider your God, no matter how difficult, dramatic, or deadly your fears may...