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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.

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Your support is changing lives!
By PowerPoint Ministries | January 1, 2018

Your support is helping inspire the next generation of pastors to share the Gospel in powerful ways through the Prestonwood Network. Read what a few of them had to say…

I’m just so thankful for the wisdom they have empowered to young guys like myself. It is invaluable. – Jason Lankford

The partnership is invaluable, that we can minister alongside one another and be stronger together in the Gospel. – Rusty McMullen

My biggest challenge was figuring out how I was going to make it through another year of ministry, but this has been such a blessing to me. It’s been so refreshing, and I feel like I’m going back with a little bit more fire in my heart because of your investment. – Brandon Park




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From Pastor’s Desk
By Dr. Jack Graham | January 1, 2018

Dear Friend,

Each new year of ministry comes with its own opportunities and challenges.

But as we enter 2018, the culture of America can seem especially troublesome. People are turning away from the Church in droves, and biblical values don’t mean what they used to.

That’s why I’m so grateful for your gifts and prayers – which I know are making a difference. Stories flood our inbox every day of lives redeemed because your gifts helped them hear the Gospel through television or radio broadcasts.

And through our partnership with Prestonwood Network, new pastors and churches are being raised up to shift the tide and bring people back to Church.

So, I’m not discouraged. And you shouldn’t be either.

But I do ask for your prayers as we enter this new year of ministry together…

  • Pray for those who will be introduced to Jesus Christ through PowerPoint Ministries.
  • Pray for those who will attend a church service for the first time in years.
  • And pray for those who will accept the call of ministry to preach the Gospel.

Thank you for your support to help reach our world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I know God has great things planned through our partnership this year!

’Til the whole world hears,



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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...

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