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- The Healing Power of Forgiveness, Part 3 (25:00)
- The Healing Power of Forgiveness, Part 2 (25:00)
- The Healing Power of Forgiveness, Part 1 (25:00)
- Curing the Itch Mites (35:34)
- Angry Man Alert (36:26)
- Elijah Principles Part 2 (34:20)
- Cannon Beach Q and A (54:41)
- The Host Who Forgot His Manners (47:28)
- Grumblers Anonymous (43:52)
- The Host Who Forgot His Manners (30:00)
- To an Unknown God (41:06)
- Homemade Gods (37:08)
- The Forgotten Doctrine of Salvation (34:05)
- How to Let Go and Move On (42:07)
- But If Not (42:30)
- The King Who Went Crazy (36:52)
- The Blessing and Burden of an Utterly Predictable Life (44:14)
- A Place to Share (32:20)
- Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? (40:48)
- The Widow Who Never Gave Up (43:42)
- Walk, Walk, and Keep on Walking (42:51)
- How Big is Your God? (49:55)
- Should We Strike With Our Swords? (37:23)
This is the first of a five-part series on forgiveness broadcast on Back to the Bible, May 19-23, 2008. (Radio Interview)
Curing the Itch Mites (35:34)In marriage seemingly insignificant behaviors can have devastating long-term consequences. Little things left unattended can cause real trouble in the long run. Here’s some practical advice on dealing with the “itch mites” in your marriage.
Angry Man Alert (36:26)Ray Pritchard speaks challenges men to face their anger so that with God’s help, they might become truly “gentle men.”
Elijah Principles Part 2 (34:20)Sometimes God sets us aside for a period in order to prepare us for greater work in the future. God never wastes anything—not even the “down times” of life.
Cannon Beach Q and A (54:41)Ray and Marlene Pritchard led a question and answer session at Cannon Beach Conference Center. Questions ranged from predestination to prayer to what is at stake in the presidential election.
The Host Who Forgot His Manners (47:28)We might call this story “the preacher and the prostitute” because it’s a lesson about pride and humility. It’s also about how God welcomes those who aren’t ashamed to admit how much they need him.
Grumblers Anonymous (43:52)We grumble because we overestimate our own importance and we underestimate the grace of God.
The Host Who Forgot His Manners (30:00)
It’s not how much you sin, but how deeply you feel it that matters. (Sermon)
To an Unknown God (41:06)Between you and your unbelieving friends there is abundant common ground if only you will look for it.
Homemade Gods (37:08)
The only lasting cure for idolatry is a fervent love for God. The hardest step is seeing our idols in the first place. (Sermon)