Eric Metaxas is the host of Salem’s newest daily talk program, a true cross-over to the News Talk arena that inspires listeners. Eric Metaxas is a #1 New York Times bestselling author known for mobilizing people to ask bigger questions and live more meaningful lives.
“One bad apple spoils the bunch.” This saying highlights the detrimental effects a corrupt individual can have on an entire group. Examine the apostle John’s condemnation of one such “bad apple” within the church.
3 John 9–10
Spending more time together can save your marriage! Greg and Erin Smalley describe how prioritizing your spouse, finding better ways to connect in the bedroom, and keeping open hearts are essential keys for a lifelong, loving marriage!
If you knew you had only six months to live, how would you spend your time? More than likely, each day would become more important. Learn from the life of the apostle Paul that we either spend our time wisely or foolishly.
The concepts of Faith radio broadcast was launched in 1977. Farmer and land developer Charles Capps' down to earth teachings immediately appealed to people seeking spiritual truths to escape the bondage of religious indoctrination.
Cold? Hot? or Lukewarm?
In His last letter to the seven churches of Revelation, Jesus indicted the Church of Laodecia: "I would that you were cold or hot. But because you are lukewam, I will spew you out of my mouth!" Did He mean, as some have said, that it's better to be cold... a sinner or . . .
Lessons learned from Proverbs 5:15—6:15 include: Marriage was designed by God and was given to the human family for the welfare and good of mankind. God says no one is getting away with sin. Two good business principles: Don’t underwrite a neighbor’s debts, and never become a partner with a . . .
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