Gloria Furman speaks about helping your children to know the Lord while staying close to him yourself.
Dan Hames asks Gloria Furman why it's important – and if it's possible – to keep Christ at the centre of family life.
Gloria Furman gives us practical help in enjoying Jesus daily while we are pressed for time, bored, and busy.
Peter Mead calls us to focus on our present walk with God rather than live in the past, or fixate on the future.
C. H. Spurgeon addresses the depression, weakness, and 'soul-trouble' that ministers may face in this lecture to his students.
Richard Sibbes explores Paul's conflict – longing to be with Jesus, and yet needing to be present with his people.
Tony Reinke outlines what he believes to be the heart of John Newton's pastoral care, theology, and letter writing.
B. B. Warfield teaches that Christian ministers must be both 'learned and religious' and explores the way in which students ought to approach their education, worship, and prayer.
Natalie Brand looks at the subject of spirituality, drawing us to Jesus our supreme and sufficient Saviour.
David Murray questions the popular idea that there is a difference between happiness and joy.