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The Need To Need What You Know - #3487
Get out on a limb, out of your comfort zone, risking for your Lord, serving your Lord - so you can get beyond yourself, where you will have to reach out desperately for truths that you have known for years. You'll meet Jesus there in a way you can't meet Him anywhere else. You need to need what you know - and following Jesus into the great adventure He's summoning you to will put you right in the middle of all His power!

The Illusion of Life - #2789
It's an unsettling thought that sitting next to each other are two people who both look like they know Jesus, talk like they know Jesus, even act like they know Jesus, but one is headed to heaven, the other is headed to hell.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Making Jesus Sick - #8298 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
When you drive as many miles as we do, those little surprises out the window spice up the trip a bit; like the two municipal water tanks we saw as we sailed by a town on the Interstate recently. Usually those water tanks have the name of the town on them. Well, not these. One word on each tank: one said “Hot,” the other said “Cold.” There was no third tank.

Why Customers Aren't Coming - #2826
Question - how can there be so many Christians and so few lost people coming to Christ - or even coming to church or Christian meetings? Could it be that the customers aren't coming for the same reason they weren't coming to Wall Drug Store in those early years. We're selling our product - the good news of Jesus. But they drive right on by. They don't care about sin, so they don't care about what Jesus did for sin.

A Recipe for Heroes - #5867
Maybe you've tried discount Christianity. It's very popular. Of course, it's only a pale shadow of the disciple Christianity Jesus calls us to. You go to the meetings, you believe the beliefs, you give in the offerings, you sometimes read your Bible, and you pray. But it's a surface commitment, a limited commitment, a commitment that still leaves you in control.

The Great Lighthouse Shortage - #5837
How can we be content to spend all our time with the already rescued when we are living surrounded by a sea of dying people? How can we say that we're following the One who came, as He said, to "seek and save what was lost" and not be doing that with all our heart? If you're following Jesus, I'll tell you where He's going. He's always headed for a sea of lost people.

Module 402: John Knox | Christian History Institute
Christian History Institute's study module to introduce The Reformation of Religion in Scotland, by John Knox.

Module 401: Menno Simons | Christian History Institute
Christian History Institute's study module to accompany Menno Simon’s Letter Explaining His Conversion.

Module 313: Robert Browne | Christian History Institute
Christian History Institute's study module to accompany A Treatise of Reformation Without Tarrying for Any by Robert Browne

Module 312: St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre | Christian History Institute
Christian History Institute's study module to accompany "The Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre" from Histoire des choses arrivees de son temps by De Thou.