Resources from 2018
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.
A place to belong
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 25, 2018
When you come to know Christ, one of the things God wants is for you to make a commitment to a local church.
How to express your faith like Jesus did
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 24, 2018
There are many ways that you and I can express our faith. But one of the most significant ways is through baptism.
Tell your world about Him!
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 23, 2018
When you and I look at the New Testament, we see that every person who came to Christ came openly and publicly. There were no secret disciples – each person who followed Christ took up his or her cross and followed Jesus openly. In fact, public confession of the Lord Jesus is one of those “things that belong to salvation,” (Hebrews 6:9). Confessing Christ simply goes hand in hand with salvation.
The best is yet to come
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 22, 2018
Do you realize that there are things that come with salvation? That’s exactly what today’s verse says. There are things that “belong to” or accompany our salvation, things that help you and me grow into maturity. And these are things are worth acknowledging with praise and gratitude to God.
Victory is on its way
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 19, 2018
There is so much that you and I can learn from the failures and victories of athletic champions. And not too long ago I learned one of these lessons by reading about legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden.
Experiencing God's delight
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 18, 2018
As you might imagine, I have many people who ask, “Jack, what should I do with my life? How do I please God with my life?” It’s an important question, because not everyone knows how to live a life that has meaning… that brings pleasure to God.
Are you empty handed?
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 17, 2018
Do you remember the story in the book of Luke when the disciples had fished all night and caught nothing? Seeing they were empty handed, Jesus told Simon Peter to throw the nets on the other side of the boat.
From ordinary to extraordinary
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 16, 2018
I love the stories in the Scripture where people are called by God to do something special for him. These people are just like you and me, just common, ordinary people.
Jesus was a man's man
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 15, 2018
I want to challenge each of you today to be a full-out, full-throttle believer and follower of Christ Jesus! But let me say something especially to the men who are reading today. And women, please share this with your brothers, husbands, sons, and male friends.
You are God's work of art
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 12, 2018
Men are often told to “get in touch with their feminine side” in order to be more integrated and sensitive human beings. But what we really need… men and women alike… is to get in touch with our spiritual side! And Simon Peter is a great example.
Have you found new life?
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 11, 2018
Did you know that there are more conversations recorded between Jesus and Simon Peter than any other two people in Scripture? It’s true, and I want to bring your attention to one such conversation. Jesus is saying something so important to you and me through it.
Jesus sees your potential
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 10, 2018
Don’t you just love Simon? His human flaws are so much like yours and mine. He could be impetuous and irresponsible just as surely as he could be personally engaging. But something happened in his life that changed him forever.
Living an uncommon life
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 9, 2018
One of the most well known of all the early Christ-followers is Simon, whom Jesus called Simon Peter. And Jesus has so much to say to you and me through this larger-than-life personality.
Feeding On His Faithfulness
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 5, 2018
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 4, 2018
Things Which Cannot be Shaken
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 3, 2018
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 2, 2018
Relentless Faith YTC
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 1, 2018
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...