A special Christmas message for American Family Radio.
Have you resigned as general manager of the universe?
Jesus told us to ask, seek, and knock. Do this, and the answers will come.
Chris Fabry and Ray Pritchard discuss what it means to have saving faith in Jesus Christ.
Pastor Ray talks to Eric and Brigitte on Moody Radio about questions raised by high-profile Christians who have recently left the faith.
Angry Times – Aug 13, 2019 – 46:52
Chris Fabry and Ray Pritchard discuss how to keep your cool when everyone else is losing theirs.
Sermon preached at Colonial Baptist Church, Cary, NC, Aug 4, 2019.
Here’s a Q&A we did at Cannon Beach Conference Center, July 12, 2019.
Will you be God’s next man up?
Ray Pritchard and Chris Fabry discuss faith and doubt in light of Holy Week. How do you keep believing in the hardest times?
Adam Miller and Pastor Ray discuss the problem of prodigals and how to pray for them. We need this because we all know a prodigal who needs to come back to the Lord.
We must choose daily to serve the Lord.
If you’re not dead, you’re not done. God still have work for you to do.
If God could save prostitutes and con men, he can certainly save us.
God loves us too much to let us get away with sin.
When King Jesus leads the way, the walls must come tumbling down.
Let’s go down to the river and see what God will do!
If God could save Rahab, he can save anyone! Your sin can’t cancel God’s grace.
Next Man Up – Mar 25, 2019 – 37:15
God’s workers die, but God’s work goes on. After Moses died, Joshua was God’s next man up.
Ray Pritchard talks about Lent with Ed Vitagliano on American Family Radio.
Check out this five-minute audio clip from "Today’s Issues" on American Family Radio.
Only one life, ’Twill soon be past,
Only what’s done for Christ will last.
Here’s the audio of my conversation with Chris Fabry on Moody Radio about how I managed to wreck my left ankle in a bike accident. We laughed a lot and together recounted the goodness of the Lord.
Today marks one week since my bike accident. I recorded a 23-minute podcast to tell how it happened and a few lessons I’ve learned so far.