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June 11, 2021

The Darkening Sky

Jill Briscoe

Series: God in the Shadows

Have you experienced a darkening sky in your life? When you find yourself there, do you shine brighter for it, or flicker out? Esther's life seemed to be a downward spiral of difficulties. But she continued to shine brightly for God in the unbelieving kingdom of which she was now queen.

As Jill takes you through the amazing story of Esther, a simple Jewish girl made queen, you will see that you, too, can be empowered by God to keep shining his light, even in an ever darkening sky.

Scripture: Esther 2


June 10, 2021

A Star Is Born

Jill Briscoe

Series: God in the Shadows

Sometimes God's will isn't what we would have picked out for ourselves. It isn't what we want. And it's difficult to accept.

Esther's life didn't turn out how she wanted it to. She found herself separated from her family and married to the unbelieving King of Persia. Through these trials, God made Esther into a Supernova, shining even more brightly in the hardships. But before she could get there, she had to die to her own dreams and her own plan. Are you willing to do the same?

Scripture: Esther 2


June 9, 2021

Starlight, Part 2

Jill Briscoe

Series: God in the Shadows

If God called you to a difficult task in a difficult place, would you shine light into that place? Would you, like Esther, be a star for God? Esther is a great example of someone who faced seemingly impossible circumstances. She was forced to marry a very powerful, very worldly man: the King of Persia.

While not many of us can relate to such a circumstance as Esther had, we can learn from her faith and obedience. You are right in center stage of where God wants you to be and what God wants you to do in your life. Will you be obedient?

Scripture: Esther 1


June 8, 2021

Starlight, Part 1

Jill Briscoe

Series: God in the Shadows

If God called you to a difficult task in a difficult place, would you shine light into that place? Would you, like Esther, be a star for God? Esther is a great example of someone who faced seemingly impossible circumstances. She was forced to marry a very powerful, very worldly man: the King of Persia.

While not many of us can relate to such a circumstance as Esther had, we can learn from her faith and obedience. You are right in center stage of where God wants you to be and what God wants you to do in your life. Will you be obedient?

Scripture: Esther 1


June 7, 2021

We've All Been Called

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Why Church?

If you're a Christian, you have been called by God. Simply by beckoning you into a relationship with Him, God has called you to be a part of His ministry.  

In this message, Stuart challenges you, as a member of the community of believers, to use your unique gifts for reaching your unique mission field. God gave you certain gifts to reach certain people. This is what it means to be the church.


June 4, 2021

Being Part of Something Grand

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Why Church?

Do we ever really recognize the enormity of what it means to be part of the body of Christ?

If you are a Christian, you have been invited and commanded to join in on God's plan to make all things new. God wants to renew everything that was lost in the fall. This is what mission means—to be part of the community infiltrating culture and society in order to bring people into the kingdom and to bring about the purposes of God.

Scripture: John 20:21 , Matthew 4 , Revelation 21:5


June 3, 2021

Gathered for Fellowship

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Why Church?

In the modern day church, our constant emphasis on our personal relationships with Christ has caused us to lose sight of the community of faith that we're a part of. Jesus commanded that His people gather as a church so that they would be reminded of their citizenship in this community—both the visible and the invisible. Fellowship is also the reason that Jesus first commanded His disciples to disciple others, so that more people could come to share the fellowship that Christians enjoy with the Father, Son, and Spirit.

In this message, Stuart walks through what this fellowship and community looked like in the early church.

Scripture: Acts 2 , John 1:3 , Romans 1:16 , Romans 12:9 - 12:10


June 2, 2021

The Church Gathered, the Church Scattered

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Why Church?

If we're stuck in the mindset of the church as a building in which we gather, instead of a community of believers, we lose sight of one of the key purposes of the church: to scatter among the lost.

The first church understood what it meant to be a rich, powerful community that prepared and supported people for mission work. Have we lost this in our churches today?

In this message, Stuart explains the missions of the early church, while encouraging us to use our churches today not just to gather, but also to scatter.

Scripture: Acts 2


June 1, 2021

Happy Birthday, Church!

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Why Church?

The church was officially born at Pentecost, when the Spirit of the Lord was sent to indwell Christ's followers.

In this message, Stuart describes the beginnings of the church and how the indwelling of the Spirit marks the new identity of every believer in Christ.

Scripture: Acts 1 - 2


May 31, 2021

The Church: A Community of the Called

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Why Church?

When we think about the church as a building, we lose sight of the real purpose of the church—to be an example of loving community to the fragmented communities in the world around us.

In this message Stuart explains what it means to be part of the community of the called.

Scripture: Ephesians 4:1 - 4:6


May 28, 2021

Combating Crows, the Enemy of the Harvest

Jill Briscoe

Series: Roll Up Your Sleeves and Sow!

Have you ever witnessed someone growing in their faith and then suddenly there is a horrible spiritual attack? Jesus warned there is an enemy of the harvest—crows that are bent on snatching the seeds scattered in the fields before strong roots can take hold.

We may not like to think about it, but Satan is eager to discourage and snatch away believers. In this message, Jill Briscoe encourages all the saints to get in the fight, disciple those around them, and help people grow strong roots in their faith.

Scripture: Luke 8:1 - 8:15 , Mark 4:1 - 4:20 , Matthew 13:1 - 13:23


May 27, 2021

Tending the Kingdom’s Garden

Jill Briscoe

Series: Roll Up Your Sleeves and Sow!

It's easy to see when a garden needs watering. The plant leaves begin to wilt, the ground becomes dry, and cracks appear. And if the plants aren't tended to, they're at risk of withering and dying.

It's the same with people who need Jesus. In this message, Jill Briscoe helps us understand what's at risk and asks us to dedicate ourselves to impacting people in our sphere of influence.

Scripture: Luke 8:1 - 8:15 , Mark 4:1 - 4:20 , Matthew 13:1 - 13:23


May 26, 2021

The Power of the Seed

Jill Briscoe

Series: Roll Up Your Sleeves and Sow!

Can an orchid grow in a putrid and smoldering garbage pile? Yes, and it has. That's the power of life within the seed. And so it is with the Good News. Are you all out for Jesus, scattering news of Him wherever you go, no matter how dirty or unwelcoming the circumstance might be?

In this message, Jill Briscoe encourages us to believe that God's Word will always find good soil. It's up to us to take advantage of every opportunity so that the fields will be ready for someone to come along and harvest to the glory of God.

Scripture: Mark 4:1 - 4:20 , Matthew 13:1 - 13:23


May 25, 2021

The Characteristics of a Follower, Part 2

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Brave Enough to Follow

He was full of himself, and always the first to talk. He was also passionate, loyal, and hungry to learn. He wasn’t perfect—far from it. In other words, Simon Peter was just like us. It was only when he abandoned his old life to follow Jesus that he began to be transformed. Jesus makes the same offer to us: Leave your old life and follow Me! You may be telling yourself that Jesus can’t love you because you aren’t good enough, don’t know the Bible well enough, or don’t have a spotless past. Look at Peter! You are exactly the kind of person Jesus loves. 

Stuart gives a wonderful “before and after” illustration of how God can transform you when you bravely step out of your comfort zone.


May 24, 2021

The Characteristics of a Follower, Part 1

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Brave Enough to Follow

He was full of himself, and always the first to talk. He was also passionate, loyal, and hungry to learn. He wasn’t perfect—far from it. In other words, Simon Peter was just like us. It was only when he abandoned his old life to follow Jesus that he began to be transformed. Jesus makes the same offer to us: Leave your old life and follow Me! You may be telling yourself that Jesus can’t love you because you aren’t good enough, don’t know the Bible well enough, or don’t have a spotless past. Look at Peter! You are exactly the kind of person Jesus loves. 

Stuart gives a wonderful “before and after” illustration of how God can transform you when you bravely step out of your comfort zone.


May 21, 2021

Clothed with Power

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Believing What We Believe

Before the day of Pentecost, the disciples were in the middle of a faith crisis. They were broken after seeing Jesus crucified, they lost their purpose. But part of God's divine plan was for the Holy Spirit to come and empower the disciples to go out into the world and launch the great commission.

What was this day like for the disciples and what does it mean for us? We know it was spectacular and it forever changed the disciples. Peter, who couldn't even speak about Jesus to a girl a month earlier, was now emboldened to speak with authority to 3,000 listeners who came to believe in Christ.

In Clothed with Power, Stuart Briscoe talks about how the day of Pentecost marks a crucial turning point for the disciples as they came to truly believe what they believed..

Scripture: Acts 2:1 - 2:41


May 20, 2021

Dealing with Our Differences - Chiseled, Part 2

Jill Briscoe

Series: Faith Enough to Finish

What is God using to chisel you into the image of Christ? Will you lie still in His hand and let Him do it? 

For Jeremiah, God was using his ministry partner, Baruch, to chisel and hammer him into shape. Jeremiah, too, was chiseling Baruch. Without the encouragement of the other, neither would have had faith enough to finish when their ministry got difficult. 

In this message, Jill describes how we can learn to work with and celebrate the differences between us and the people in our lives.

Scripture: Jeremiah 36 , Jeremiah 45


May 19, 2021

Dealing with Our Differences - Chiseled, Part 1

Jill Briscoe

Series: Faith Enough to Finish

What is God using to chisel you into the image of Christ? Will you lie still in His hand and let Him do it? 

For Jeremiah, God was using his ministry partner, Baruch, to chisel and hammer him into shape. Jeremiah, too, was chiseling Baruch. Without the encouragement of the other, neither would have had faith enough to finish when their ministry got difficult. 

In this message, Jill describes how we can learn to work with and celebrate the differences between us and the people in our lives.

Scripture: Jeremiah 36 , Jeremiah 45


May 18, 2021

His Plan in My Life - His Words in My Mouth, Part 2

Jill Briscoe

Series: Faith Enough to Finish

Do you ever find yourself running away from God’s plans because you feel inadequate? Jeremiah felt inadequate when God called him to be a prophet. But God spoke a promise to Jeremiah saying, “My plan will be in your life, My work will be in your hand, and My words will be in your mouth.” 

In this message, Jill teaches how to have the kind of faith that believes that God will enable and equip us to do everything He asks of us.

Scripture: Jeremiah 1:4 - 1:9 , Jeremiah 26:1 - 26:2


May 17, 2021

His Plan in My Life - His Words in My Mouth, Part 1

Jill Briscoe

Series: Faith Enough to Finish

Do you ever find yourself running away from God’s plans because you feel inadequate? Jeremiah felt inadequate when God called him to be a prophet. But God spoke a promise to Jeremiah saying, “My plan will be in your life, My work will be in your hand, and My words will be in your mouth.” 

In this message, Jill teaches how to have the kind of faith that believes that God will enable and equip us to do everything He asks of us.

Scripture: Jeremiah 1:4 - 1:9 , Jeremiah 26:1 - 26:2


May 14, 2021

Great Is Thy Faithfulness - Morning by Morning, Part 2

Jill Briscoe

Series: Faith Enough to Finish

Trying to walk in faith is a day-by-day lesson in leaning on God. It’s figuring out moment-by-moment what a Christian life looks like—and it’s not easy. 

Jeremiah had to learn how to have faith like this when he was in the pit, when he was fighting despair and doubt. During this time, God was teaching Jeremiah to put his mind on Him, instead of on the troubles of life. 

Jeremiah’s testimony of learning faith morning by morning is a great lesson for us in pursuing faith, even in doubts and trials.

Scripture: Lamentations 3:19 - 3:33


May 13, 2021

Great Is Thy Faithfulness - Morning by Morning, Part 1

Jill Briscoe

Series: Faith Enough to Finish

Trying to walk in faith is a day-by-day lesson in leaning on God. It’s figuring out moment-by-moment what a Christian life looks like—and it’s not easy. 

Jeremiah had to learn how to have faith like this when he was in the pit, when he was fighting despair and doubt. During this time, God was teaching Jeremiah to put his mind on Him, instead of on the troubles of life. 

Jeremiah’s testimony of learning faith morning by morning is a great lesson for us in pursuing faith, even in doubts and trials.

Scripture: Lamentations 3:19 - 3:33


May 12, 2021

Faith Requires More than a Little Effort

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Keep the Faith

The letter to the Hebrews, as is common with New Testament epistles, having dealt with many deep theological issues, is brought to a conclusion with many essential, practical instructions. A healthy reminder that faith is not just a matter of belief—it involves behavior, too. 

Scripture: Hebrews 12:14 - 12:29


May 11, 2021

Discipline - Who Needs It?

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Keep the Faith

The contemporary debate on discipline has led to a dramatic decrease in child abuse and an equally dramatic increase in ill-disciplined children and many attendant social ills. But we must understand the significant role discipline plays in spiritual experience.

Scripture: Hebrews 12:4 - 12:13


May 10, 2021

Growing Weary and Losing Heart

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Keep the Faith

Various metaphors have been used to describe the Christian life. Some see it as a war to be fought, others as a party to be enjoyed, others as a task to be completed, and still others as a race to be run. The writer of Hebrews chooses the race metaphor.

Scripture: Hebrews 12:1 - 12:3


May 7, 2021

Faith, Hope and Clarity

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Keep the Faith

Having encouraged his readers to “keep the faith” despite the pressures under which they were living, and having delivered warnings to them about the dangers of abandoning the faith, our writer now defines, describes, and illustrates faith and hope so that there will be no confusion.

Scripture: Hebrews 11:1 - 11:40


May 6, 2021

Faith, Hope and Patience

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Keep the Faith

It’s easy to place your faith in people, parties, and programs. But it’s impossible for all those things to sustain and uphold your heart.

When patience wears thin and genuine hope is all you long for, the “who” of faith matters greatly. And there’s no better Who than the Lord, our God.

In this message, Stuart Briscoe opens Scripture to reveal the character of our promise-keeping God. He is true, He is faithful—and there’s no better place for your faith to be than in Him.

Scripture: Hebrews 6:1 - 6:20


May 5, 2021

The Faith We Profess

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Keep the Faith

“Whom we confess” and “the faith we profess” are both translations of the Greek word homologia, which is defined as “an act of proclamation in which the concrete relation of man to Jesus is expressed in binding and valid form.” Jesus expressed the importance of such a homologia (Matthew 10:32), and Hebrews confirmed it.

Scripture: Hebrews 4:1 - 4:16


May 4, 2021

The Full Assurance of Faith

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Keep the Faith

Given the experiences they had gone through and the possibilities of further problems, it is understandable that some of the Hebrew Christians were possibly losing their nerve. They needed assurance, which the author of Hebrews provided for them—and us.

Scripture: Hebrews 10:19 - 10:39


May 3, 2021

Faith's Fundamentals

Stuart Briscoe

Series: Keep the Faith

Hebrews addressed a struggling group of Jewish believers discovering that discipleship would not be easy as Jesus had warned. In it they were encouraged to “keep the faith,” warned of the dangers of failure to do so, and reminded how to mature in their faith. But they must be willing to move beyond faith’s fundamentals—to make progress and mature.

Scripture: Hebrews 5:11 - 6:3


April 30, 2021

What Is God Really Like? Part 2

Stuart Briscoe

Series: What Is God Really Like?

People become remarkably imaginative about God.  But Scripture says, “Eye has not seen, ear has not heard, neither has entered into the heart of man what God has prepared for those who love Him, but God has revealed them to us by His Spirit.”

Not speculation, not imagination – but revelation. God is in the business of self-revelation, which is a fundamental tenant of Christianity. He has made human beings uniquely capable of receiving what He is revealing. And more than that, He has given us the ability of responding to what we are receiving.  

He reveals himself, first of all, in creation. Secondly, He reveals himself in covenant, and thirdly, He reveals himself in Christ. This is how we go about discovering what God is really like.

Scripture: Exodus 34:6 - 34:7


April 29, 2021

What Is God Really Like? Part 1

Stuart Briscoe

Series: What Is God Really Like?

People become remarkably imaginative about God.  But Scripture says, “Eye has not seen, ear has not heard, neither has entered into the heart of man what God has prepared for those who love Him, but God has revealed them to us by His Spirit.”

Not speculation, not imagination – but revelation. God is in the business of self-revelation, which is a fundamental tenant of Christianity. He has made human beings uniquely capable of receiving what He is revealing. And more than that, He has given us the ability of responding to what we are receiving.  

He reveals himself, first of all, in creation. Secondly, He reveals himself in covenant, and thirdly, He reveals himself in Christ. This is how we go about discovering what God is really like.

Scripture: Exodus 34:6 - 34:7


April 26, 2021

Sufficient Grace, Part 2

Jill Briscoe

Series: Grace in the Garden

Splinters, thorns, prickers. It doesn’t matter what they are called, they hurt and get under your skin! Life in our world is filled with thorns: difficult relationships, illness, loss of loved ones, broken promises. The Bible tells us that even the Apostle Paul and God Himself in Jesus struggled under the bite of thorns. But God does not allow thorns in our lives without providing sufficient grace to live in the prickly mess. What Satan intends to push us down often results in pushing us to our knees in front of God’s throne instead. 

“You who wore my thorns that I may know Your grace...pierced by my sin that I may see Your face...loved and forgiven from shame and deep disgrace. You wore my thorns. You wore my thorns.” (from Jill’s poem “You Wore My Thorns” copyright 2003)


April 23, 2021

Sufficient Grace, Part 1

Jill Briscoe

Series: Grace in the Garden

Splinters, thorns, prickers. It doesn’t matter what they are called, they hurt and get under your skin! Life in our world is filled with thorns: difficult relationships, illness, loss of loved ones, broken promises. The Bible tells us that even the Apostle Paul and God Himself in Jesus struggled under the bite of thorns. But God does not allow thorns in our lives without providing sufficient grace to live in the prickly mess. What Satan intends to push us down often results in pushing us to our knees in front of God’s throne instead. 

“You who wore my thorns that I may know Your grace...pierced by my sin that I may see Your face...loved and forgiven from shame and deep disgrace. You wore my thorns. You wore my thorns.” (from Jill’s poem “You Wore My Thorns” copyright 2003)


April 22, 2021

Saving Grace

Jill Briscoe

Series: Grace in the Garden

Why is a walk in a garden so relaxing? Because we were created to live in God’s garden of perfection, forever. Unfortunately, as the story goes, Adam and Eve made a fatal error and were forced to make their home in the garden of sin instead, where nothing is perfect or peaceful. 

But remember, this is God’s story! God came looking for Adam and Eve after they disobeyed. And in His grace, He still comes looking for us today. Jill Briscoe takes us through biblical examples of God’s saving grace and how He offers us a way to His riches through Christ.


April 21, 2021

What Do You Want Me to Do, God? Part 2

Stuart Briscoe

Series: God's Will for My Life

How does God want you to live your life? Although you don’t have to do anything to earn His favor, God still desires you to live in a way that glorifies Him and brings honor to His name.

In this message, Stuart Briscoe takes you to Romans 12:1-2 to share what exactly God wants you to do with your time on the earth. And as you step out in obedience—by the power of the Spirit—you’ll experience the richness and fullness of the life God has for you.

Scripture: Romans 12:1 - 12:2


April 20, 2021

What Do You Want Me to Do, God? Part 1

Stuart Briscoe

Series: God's Will for My Life

How does God want you to live your life? Although you don’t have to do anything to earn His favor, God still desires you to live in a way that glorifies Him and brings honor to His name.

In this message, Stuart Briscoe takes you to Romans 12:1-2 to share what exactly God wants you to do with your time on the earth. And as you step out in obedience—by the power of the Spirit—you’ll experience the richness and fullness of the life God has for you.

Scripture: Romans 12:1 - 12:2


April 19, 2021

Finding God's Will for Me, Part 2

Jill Briscoe

Series: God's Will for My Life

“What is God’s will for my life?” It’s a serious question that is asked by believers of all ages facing all kinds of decisions and uncertainty. As Jill Briscoe explains, you cannot know the will of God until you find God and get to know Him personally—or at least slow down long enough for Him to find you! 

God does not intend for His will to be a mystery to us. In fact, He makes it perfectly clear in His Word. What can we learn from the stories of the Bible... from how Jesus handled certain situations? A great deal! 

Through this teaching, you’ll learn how you can know God’s will for your life and then begin to apply it in practical ways. Are you ready to surrender your plans if it means you will accomplish His?

Scripture: James 4:13 - 4:17 , Philippians 2:13 , Romans 8:27


April 16, 2021

Finding God's Will for Me, Part 1

Jill Briscoe

Series: God's Will for My Life

“What is God’s will for my life?” It’s a serious question that is asked by believers of all ages facing all kinds of decisions and uncertainty. As Jill Briscoe explains, you cannot know the will of God until you find God and get to know Him personally—or at least slow down long enough for Him to find you! 

God does not intend for His will to be a mystery to us. In fact, He makes it perfectly clear in His Word. What can we learn from the stories of the Bible... from how Jesus handled certain situations? A great deal! 

Through this teaching, you’ll learn how you can know God’s will for your life and then begin to apply it in practical ways. Are you ready to surrender your plans if it means you will accomplish His?

Scripture: James 4:13 - 4:17 , Philippians 2:13 , Romans 8:27


April 13, 2021

Be Wise About the Will of God

Stuart Briscoe

Series: God's Will for My Life

Are you living for yourself or for God? That’s a great question to answer when you’re struggling to understand God’s will for your life. He really is amazingly clear about His purpose and will for the life of the believer. But finding clarity means setting yourself apart from conventional worldly thinking and sharply focusing on God’s Word.

It’s in Scripture where God tells you the purpose for your life. He has eternal work set aside since before creation for you to do—work that blesses God and others.

In this message, Stuart Briscoe invites the resistant, the negligent, and the paralyzed believers to step into a deeper understanding of God’s will—and discover daily, with joy, what it is He wants you to be and to do.

Scripture: Ephesians 5:8 - 5:20


April 12, 2021

The Holy Spirit of Prayer

Jill Briscoe

Series: God's Will for My Life

When we pray, most of us spend a lot of time praying for ourselves, our family, and our friends. Those are all good things to pray for. But there’s much more that God wants us to pray about.

Prayer allows us to interact with all three members of the Trinity at the same time and be an active participant in helping to accomplish God’s will.

In this message, Jill uses the story of the widow and her little pot of oil from the Old Testament to show us how to let the Holy Spirit guide us in our prayer life so that God’s purposes are fulfilled in the world and in our lives.

Scripture: 2 Kings 4:1 - 4:7


April 2, 2021

The Triumph of the Cross

Stuart Briscoe

Series: The Cross of Christ

The cross of Christ is more often seen as a tragedy than a triumph. But Scripture points out that through Christ’s death and resurrection, God won a victory for humankind that they can and should enjoy for all time and eternity. 

Scripture: Colossians 2:6 - 2:15


April 1, 2021

The Glory of the Cross

Stuart Briscoe

Series: The Cross of Christ

Paul talked about “boasting” or “glorying” in the cross, in marked contrast to those who were undermining both his reputation and his ministry. His apparently extreme statement requires careful examination, for he calls it a rule that all God’s people are to follow. 

Scripture: Galatians 6:11 - 6:18


March 31, 2021

The Blood of the Cross

Stuart Briscoe

Series: The Cross of Christ

The Lord Jesus asked His disciples to remember Him. He gave them bread and wine—reminders of a broken body and shed blood. This was how He wanted to be remembered.

Scripture: Luke 22:7 - 22:23


March 30, 2021

The Offense of the Cross

Stuart Briscoe

Series: The Cross of Christ

John Stott says that at Christ’s cross (many) have found their pride broken, their guilt expunged, their love kindled, their hope restored and their character transformed. But many others find the cross offensive. What exactly is the “offense of the cross”? 

Scripture: Galatians 5:11 , Galatians 6:12


March 29, 2021

The Message of the Cross

Stuart Briscoe

Series: The Cross of Christ

Cicero, the great Roman statesman, said that crucifixion was “a most cruel and disgusting punishment” and that “there is no fitting word that can possibly describe so horrible a deed.” Yet the cross became, and is still, the focus of the Christian message. 

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 1:17 - 1:18


March 26, 2021

How Can I Love God?

Jill Briscoe

Series: Living Love

Is there a “good” thing distracting you from loving Jesus? It can be tempting to dedicate yourself to busyness and miss one of the most important things Jesus asks of you—love. Good things are absolutely worthless without love.

In this message, Jill Briscoe studies the story of Martha and Mary to uncover the choice that’s yours to make in order to love Jesus with all your heart, soul, and strength.

Scripture: Luke 10:38 - 10:42


March 25, 2021

How Can I Like Myself Without Being Proud?

Jill Briscoe

Series: Living Love

Is there a difference between a healthy self-image and pride? We read in 1 Corinthians 8:1 that while knowledge “puffs up,” love “builds up.”

How do you put your gifts and God-given potential to use and remain humble in the process? How can you be confident and assured in God’s leading and not entertain a high view of yourself?

In this message, Jill Briscoe teaches from Scripture to show you how to balance this so you’re free to forget yourself and focus instead on other people and the work God has for you.

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13


March 24, 2021

The Meaning of Love, Part 2

Stuart Briscoe

Series: The Meaning of Love

We read in I Corinthians 13 a clear and complete description of love. This is the type of love our world is craving. The problem is we are so confused on the subject of love, which of course, is at the root of any kind of relationship, and particularly, any kind of friendship. We need to define the word, identify the various types, explore the source, and understand the meaning of love.

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13


March 23, 2021

The Meaning of Love, Part 1

Stuart Briscoe

Series: The Meaning of Love

We read in I Corinthians 13 a clear and complete description of love. This is the type of love our world is craving. The problem is we are so confused on the subject of love, which of course, is at the root of any kind of relationship, and particularly, any kind of friendship. We need to define the word, identify the various types, explore the source, and understand the meaning of love.

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13


March 22, 2021

How Can I Stop Wanting What Others Have? Part 2

Jill Briscoe

Series: Living Love

Envy is something many of us struggle with, especially in today’s culture. The problem is that all too soon envy of what someone owns or has accomplished morphs into jealousy where we don’t want them to have or enjoy what they have! How do we stop this comparative and unhealthy thinking that’s harmful to us and prevents us from loving people in a pure and Godly manner?

In this message, Jill Briscoe gives practical insight to help free us from the burden of want and instead rejoice in the triumphs of others.

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13


March 19, 2021

How Can I Stop Wanting What Others Have? Part 1

Jill Briscoe

Series: Living Love

Envy is something many of us struggle with, especially in today’s culture. The problem is that all too soon envy of what someone owns or has accomplished morphs into jealousy where we don’t want them to have or enjoy what they have! How do we stop this comparative and unhealthy thinking that’s harmful to us and prevents us from loving people in a pure and Godly manner?

In this message, Jill Briscoe gives practical insight to help free us from the burden of want and instead rejoice in the triumphs of others.

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13


March 18, 2021

How Can I Be More Patient?

Jill Briscoe

Series: Living Love

We’re often tempted to live our lives out of our emotions where ugly things like frustration, anger, jealousy, and impatience rise to the surface. But love is patient. Love wins over difficult people. Love wins over unlovable people. But it’s never something we can do in our own strength.

In this message, Jill Briscoe explores patience as an outpouring of love and why allowing God to teach us long-suffering will transform the gift of love we give to others into a kindness the world seldom sees.

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 13


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About Telling the Truth

Telling the Truth is the international on-air and online media ministry that distributes the teaching content of uniquely-gifted Bible teachers—Stuart and Jill Briscoe—to help people know Christ and experience Life in all its fullness.

Telling the Truth Headquarters
450 N Sunny Slope Rd, Suite 275
Brookfield, WI 53005
800.889.5388
info@tellingthetruth.org
Outside North America
Telling the Truth
126 Fairlie Road
Slough
SL1 4PY
United Kingdom
0800.652.4120







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