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    What Does It Mean To Be “Hidden In Christ”

    When there’s potential danger, we take precautions! We wear seat belts, buy home insurance, and lock our doors at night! But where’s the safest place to be in a dangerous world? Tune in today to Discover the Word, as the team answers this question by looking at what it means to be “hidden in Christ.” Discover […]

    God Is Our Best Hiding Place

    When you were a kid, did you have a favorite hiding place? Even today, is there somewhere you love to go just to get away? Well, today on Discover the Word, we’ll look at how God is our best hiding place! Tune in today for an encouraging study on Discover the Word!

    The Suffering Of Jesus On The Cross

    When we see crosses, they’re usually either jewelry or decorative centerpieces in a church! But these beautiful crosses make it easy to forget how people in the first century would have viewed this means of torture and death. Today on Discover the Word, we’ll discuss the suffering of Jesus on the cross and what that […]

    Of Spiders and God’s Presence

    Spiders. I don’t know any kid who likes them. At least not in their rooms . . . at bedtime. But as she was getting ready for bed, my daughter spied one dangerously close to her bed. “Daaaad!!!!! Spiiiderrr!!!!!” she hollered. Despite my determination, I couldn’t find the eight-legged interloper. “He’s not going to hurt you,” I reassured her. She wasn’t convinced. It wasn’t until I told her I’d stay next to her top bunk and stand guard that she agreed to get in bed.

    As my daughter settled in, I held her hand. I told her, “I love you so…

    What’s The Difference Between Healthy And Unhealthy Fear

    When we’re faced with something scary, there are two natural reactions, fight or flight! And when Moses encountered a talking, burning bush,  he was plenty scared. He hid his face, but he didn’t run. Today on Discover the Word, the team shows us the difference between healthy and unhealthy fear. Be listening to their series […]

    Hiding From God

    Do you remember playing “hide and seek” as a kid? Well today on Discover the Word,  the team talks about the most lopsided game of “hide and seek” ever recorded! They’re opening to Genesis chapter 3 for a conversation about Adam and Eve hiding from God. Be part of the first conversation in their series […]

    Trust Me

    After graduation from college, I had a low-paying job. Money was tight, and sometimes I didn’t even have enough for my next meal. I learned to trust God for my daily provision.

    It reminded me of the prophet Elijah’s experience. During his prophetic ministry, he learned to trust God to meet his daily needs. Shortly after Elijah pronounced God’s judgment of a drought in Israel, God sent him to a deserted place, Kerith Ravine, where He used the ravens to bring Elijah his daily meals and refresh him with water from the brook (1 Kings 17:1–4).

    But a drought occurred. The brook shrank…

    “A Mighty Fortress”

    Do you have a favorite hymn? Well, for hundreds of years, Martin Luther’s classic hymn, “A Mighty Fortress” has served as a favorite for many. And today on Discover the Word, the team wraps up a weeklong discussion on Psalm 46, the psalm that inspired this powerful, and beautiful song. Find the protection and comfort […]

    Seeing God As Your Mighty Fortress

    “A mighty fortress is our God.” The words of Martin Luther’s classic hymn ring through the ages, as a reminder of God’s love and protection. And today on Discover the Word, we’ll dig into the psalm that inspired Luther’s famous hymn. Learn to see how God is your “Mighty Fortress” when you listen today to […]

    Discover How You Can Experience True Peace

    What does it mean for there to be “peace”? Today on Discover the Word, the team will show us that peace isn’t just a lack of conflict,  but a filling of God’s presence. Find out how you can experience true peace when you tune in today, to Discover the Word.

    Discovering Your Safe Refuge . . . In The Midst Of Life’s Storms

    In the midst of life’s storms, we have a safe refuge,  “A Mighty Fortress.” Today on Discover the Word, the team will take us back to Psalm 46, to study one of the most comforting songs in the history of the world. I hope you’ll join us today for Discover the Word!

    Able and Available

    My husband was at work when I received news about my mom’s cancer diagnosis. I left him a message and reached out to friends and family. None were available. Covering my face with trembling hands, I sobbed. “Help me, Lord.” A resulting assurance that God was with me comforted me through those moments when I felt utterly alone.

    I thanked the Lord when my husband came home and support from friends and family trickled in. Still, the calming awareness of God’s presence that I sensed in those first few hours of lonely grieving affirmed that God is readily and faithfully available…

    Discover How God Conquers Hearts

    Armies have always used weapons to fuel their conquests. But today on Discover the Word, we’ll see how God conquers hearts with His love. God’s “weapons” and ways are different than our ways, and that’s always for the better. Join us for the start of a new series in Psalm 46, “A Mighty Fortress,” when […]

    God’s Goodness

    Some close friends recently went through a difficult season in which they struggled financially and emotionally. Yet when all was said and done, the trying time caused them to make positive changes to avoid catastrophe further down the line. Although it didn’t feel like it at the time, their challenge was an expression of God’s goodness.

    My Help!

    For decades the renowned Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir has blessed multitudes through their soul-refreshing gospel songs. One example is their recording from Psalm 121 titled “My Help.”

    Psalm 121 begins with a personal confession of faith in the Lord who brought all things into existence, and He was the source of the psalmist’s help (vv. 1–2). Just what did this mean? Stability (v. 3), around-the-clock care (3-4), constant presence and protection (vv. 5–6), and preservation from all kinds of evil for time and eternity (vv. 7–8).

    Taking their cues from Scripture, God’s people through the ages have identified the Lord as their source…