Recently Added Resources
Are you God’s friend?
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 21, 2019
Friendship is so very important in life. Even if you have just a few friends, you are blessed beyond measure.
Who needs your blessing?
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 20, 2019
I want to share with you one of the greatest stories I’ve ever heard about the power of blessing another person.
How to bless your child
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 19, 2019
As parents, we are to bless our children. We are called to it.
God has a hold on you
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 16, 2019
The Christian life isn’t just a matter of you and me holding on and hoping for the best. No, the Christian life is actually about God holding you and me in his grip, and us trusting him to not let go.
What to do after you stumble
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 15, 2019
God knows more about you and me than we will ever know about ourselves. And one thing God knows about us is that we will stumble.
Recognizing your God-given dreams
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 14, 2019
Do you want a glimpse of what your life can become for God? Well, if you do, let me ask you this: “What dreams has God planted in your heart?”
Are you a trustworthy person?
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 13, 2019
We live in a sexually saturated culture and society, and temptations are in our faces every single day. So how can you and I prepare to resist sexual temptation?
There are no shortcuts to character
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 12, 2019
Joseph was a man with extraordinary moral strength and character. Over and over again in Genesis we read how God framed and forged Joseph’s character through victories over personal struggles and sufferings.
You CAN defeat temptation
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 9, 2019
There’s no doubt that you’ve experienced temptation in any number of situations. I have, too.
God is not done with you
By Dr. Jack Graham | August 8, 2019
Harland Sanders, who you might know better as Colonel Sanders, had a difficult life. His father died when he was 5, he quit school at 16, and by the time he was 20, Harland had suffered every kind of setback imaginable. He lost jobs, and his young wife took their daughter and moved out.