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No matter who you are, you can care for the Lord’s sheep if you are willing to lay down your life.
Twice Jesus says, "Fear Not!" Maybe we need to take him at his word.
God has done everything necessary to make you eternally secure.
Our hope for the future rests not in science, not in speculation, not in some proof text, but in the character of God himself!
There are many things we don’t know. But this we do know: God is at work, and he has not forgotten us.
When we get to heaven and look back on our earthly journey, we will say of the Lord, “He made not one mistake."
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.
Hear the live recording of a question and answer session featuring Ray Pritchard and Clay Crosse at Cannon Beach Conference Center in Oregon.
Here’s a Q&A we did at Cannon Beach Conference Center, July 12, 2019.
The AFR Memorial Day Special.
Nothing of God dies when a man of God dies.
We all have to decide whether we want to be on Team Babylon or Team Jesus.
He came for you. Do you believe that?
How do we reach out to our loved ones who are far from the Lord at Christmastime?
Are you with Herod or with the Wise Men?
Every Christian is a missionary just like the Apostle Paul, only most of us are cleverly disguised as something else.
In our zeal to serve God, we may actually end up opposing him.
Procrastination destroys many good intentions. Things essential and basic are neglected every day. Come before winter! What you would do for God, you can do, but you must not delay.
Many people wonder if we are living in the Last Days. In this message from Matthew 24, Ray Pritchard discusses six signs of the Second Coming of Christ.
Many Christians struggle with purity and feel guilty because they have failed again and again. If we want a clean heart, we must ask God for one.
Let’s go down to the river and see what God will do!
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.