It’s not where we’ve been that’s important–it’s where we’re going that matters! Be sure to listen to Greg as he discusses the important choices ahead of us.
Who would you name as the most significant VIPs you’re aware of? What makes a person a VIP? More significantly, what makes a person a VIP in God’s eyes? Don’t miss today’s program for God’s perspective on VIPs.
Is there a biblical model for Christians to intimidate pagans about what they’re (Christians) against? Greg talks about why we’re saved and what we’re supposed to be doing as Christians.
Toynbee said, “One’s religion is often an accident of birth.” Little or no thought — no careful examination. Greg discusses different church types and what a person should think about in selecting a church.
We’ve all heard, “He who humbles himself will be exalted.” And we know that God, in the person of Jesus, washed his disciples’ feet. On today’s program Greg discusses what real humility is.
The only exercise some ever get is jumping to conclusions. Many hold a wrong conclusion about God that affects their judgments. What is that conclusion? Could it be affecting the judgments you make?
In the comic strip PEANUTS, Schroeder says that a person who never suffers, never matures. Lucy’s retort is, “Who wants to suffer? Don’t be ridiculous!” Greg offers God’s perspective on suffering in today’s program.
Legalism can turn us into hard hearted, narrow minded, spiteful and judgmental people. It’s a serious problem for Christians because it separates us from the intimacy with Christ and others we were meant to have. In this program Greg talks about the good news that Jesus Christ is.
Greg counts himself as a survivor of legalism. In this first of two programs he reveals from his own experience some of legalism’s disguises and the harm lurking under those disguises.
Is human suffering the result of God’s displeasure? Are the food shortages and AIDS epidemic in Africa because of God’s anger? Greg talks about God and human suffering in this program.
Many Christians think they have an exclusive franchise on God; that they are the “one and only” or at least the best, but is that true? Who is a Christian? How big is God’s tent?
Christians believe all sorts of things that aren’t from the Bible. In this program Greg examines some of these beliefs and suggests four easy things to do to discover what the Bible really teaches.
Have you ever been hoodwinked by someone making a pitch for your attention with false information? It’s hard to recognize truth — easy to be deceived. Be sure to listen to our program today to find out how to know what’s true.
Is your stock with God up or down – or does God even look at us that way? Listen to find out what God is looking for in us.
Putting first things first is good advice, but what is first? Is it success, money, possessions? What’s your answer?
Mercy and forgiveness are way outside of our human dimension. We like to get even —- we’d rather see justice than mercy. Forgiveness turns the world upside down.
Greg digs into the parable of the rich young ruler, explores the message behind the better wine Jesus made from water and examines Jesus instruction to become like little children — all to make The Real Gospel clear.
Where do we find truth? Is it in being politically correct and tolerating most everything? Is it in the torrent of popular Christian bestsellers?
What is the best time? Who are the right people? What is the correct action? Greg shares the answers to “The Three Questions”.
Hearing “the good old days” conjures up warm and fuzzy feelings. Should Christians be looking “back when” or be engaged in life today?
Advertising continually pressures us to buy the latest and the greatest. And even if we’re able to and do, “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction” could be the theme song for most.
Besides getting older, just what is there for us humans to rely on? Greg talks about 5 unshakable truths we can anchor our lives on.
In today’s Plain Truth program Greg gives 9 definitions of “grace”. Just what is grace, anyway?
Are you a sheep or goat? The Bible says at the judgment Jesus will separate people as a shepherd separates sheep and goats. How are the sheep different from the goats?
Elvis is alive and working in a Burger King in South Dakota! Not true, you say — but then how much of what we Christians say is true? And how do we say what we do?
There is something in all of us that wants to be independent of God, and religion plays to that desire. Greg talks about how religion gets in the way of our relationship with God.
When it comes to giving, many people will stop at nothing! Meanwhile, others give generously, but why? Greg examines motivations for giving as he talks about the connection between God and money.
Your money or your life? In our materialistic world that’s a critically important question. In this program, the third in our series, “Your Money or Your Life?” Greg talks about hanging on to it or letting it go.
Benjamin Franklin said there’s nothing in money’s nature to produce happiness. So, just what does the Bible teach about the place of money in our lives? Don’t miss Greg in the second program of our four part series, “Your Money or Your Life?”
Our preoccupation with material things so easily overwhelms us, but what really is important? Greg talks about that in this first program in our “Your Money or Your Life?” series.
What is authentic Christianity like? Don’t miss “Living Under the Influence of God”, the fourth program of our series on the book of Ephesians. Greg examines what’s involved in the Christian life.
Many are dissatisfied with their lives and want a change. Cosmetics and cosmetic surgery are growing businesses because people want a make-over. In this third program in the series on the book of Ephesians, Greg Albrecht looks at internal changes.
Must you jump through endless religious hoops for God to reward you? Must you “do” a lot of religious stuff to be saved? The Bible emphatically says, “No!” Greg talks about this in the second program of our four-part series on the book of Ephesians.
Would a Utopian world be free of religion? And what will those who are a part of it look like? Greg discusses the Great New Society God is building today in this first program in our series on the book of Ephesians.
Is there a heavenly Dow Jones-like report tracking how we’re doing? If our spiritual stock is down, is God mad at us? Greg gives two vital keys summarizing what Jesus taught about moving “From Legalism to Love.”
It’s so easy for Christians to fall into the trap of “look good religion”. Some hype their spiritual resume becoming imposters and frauds. In this third program of our Recovering from Legalism series, Greg talks about “Spiritual Imposters.”
Centering one’s life on law-keeping robs Christians of the fullness God offers, by pulling the wool over their eyes. It does this in three ways you should know about. Greg unveils these deceptions in this second program of our four part series on Legalism.
Are you living a life of spiritual poverty — too much form and too little substance? Is compliance with do’s and don’ts the substance God wants for us? Greg Albrecht answers these important questions in the first program of our “Recovering from Legalism” series.
Just like Humpty Dumpty we’ve had a great fall — ours is a spiritual fall. And just like Humpty Dumpty, despite our best efforts, we cannot put ourselves back together again. But there’s good news. God has solved the problem.
In the beginning there was complete peace and harmony between mankind and God, but that intimate relationship with God was broken. Men and women began to hide from God and became hostile to him, but Jesus came and through him, God is reconciling the world to himself. That can include you.