Podcasts - Search by category - Conflict and Confrontation
- The Healing Power of Forgiveness, Part 3 (25:00)
- Why You Need Your Enemies, and Your Enemies Need You. (41:46)
- The Elijah Principles Part 1 (44:26)
- How to Leave a Church (54:00)
- Should We Be Worried? (45:05)
- Interview with Mosab Hassan Yousef, “Son of Hamas” (28:13)
- War in Heavenly Places (48:10)
- Interview with Franklin Graham - May 21, 2010 (41:53)
- Theology at Midnight (46:08)
- Lucky to Love (39:43)
- Just Say No (39:07)
- When You Are Falsely Accused (35:20)
- The Man Who Would Be King (30:00)
- How God Helps a Caveman (42:55)
- Babbling for Jesus (34:05)
- To an Unknown God (41:06)
- Some Sneered, Others Questioned, A Few Believed (35:57)
- Do You Know Who You Are? (33:10)
- But If Not (42:30)
- The Church in China (20:53)
- How Can I Learn to Forgive? (33:14)
- The Tragedy of Open-Minded Christianity (38:40)
- Sleeping With the Enemy (37:47)
- How Many Times Must I Forgive? (39:57)
- Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? (40:48)
- How Big is Your God? (49:55)
- Are You Satisfied With God? (41:31)
- Should We Strike With Our Swords? (37:23)
- Unconscious Influence (52:22)
- Unlikely Heroes (40:32)
- Battle of the Gods (41:15)
- When Christians Disagree Over Politics (48:33)
- Bad Manners at the Dinner Table (34:50)
- When You Are Misunderstood (30:27)
- How to Respond to Unfair Criticism (35:18)
You need your enemies to help you become like Christ, and your enemies need you to become like Christ to them. (Sermon)
The Elijah Principles Part 1 (44:26)Almost four years ago Ray and Marlene Pritchard began to pray, “Lord, do things we’re not used to.” This message tells how God answered that prayer by redirecting their steps in some amazing ways.
How to Leave a Church (54:00)Ray Pritchard discusses “How to Leave a Church” with Chris Fabry on the Moody Broadcasting Network. The program includes calls from listeners.
Should We Be Worried? (45:05)Ray Pritchard, Tim Wildmon and Marvin Sanders discuss whether or not Christians should be worried given the current economic crisis. If we shouldn’t be worried, how should we respond?
War in Heavenly Places (48:10)Are you tempted to quit? Pick up your armor and get back in the battle. When the day is done, you will be standing on the victory side.
Theology at Midnight (46:08)If with Paul and Silas you can sing praise to God at midnight, then what you’ve got is real.
Lucky to Love (39:43)Nothing is too small to bring to God’s attention. If it matters to you, it matters to him.
Just Say No (39:07)God honors those who dare to say no.
When You Are Falsely Accused (35:20)Before you get angry, remember that we are going to heaven because a good man was falsely accused.
The Man Who Would Be King (30:00)
Light received leads to more light. Light rejected leads only to the darkness. (Sermon)
How God Helps a Caveman (42:55)If you keep your eyes open for God, pretty soon you’ll see him everywhere.
Babbling for Jesus (34:05)How do you speak truth to highly intelligent people? Acts 17 has the answer.
To an Unknown God (41:06)Between you and your unbelieving friends there is abundant common ground if only you will look for it.
Do You Know Who You Are? (33:10)When you know who you are, you can serve Christ anywhere.
But If Not (42:30)Even if we are not delivered from our troubles, we will not bow down.
The Church in China (20:53)A radio interview discussing what we can learn from the amazing growth of the Chinese church.
How Can I Learn to Forgive? (33:14)Forgiveness is not easy, but it is necessary, and must be practiced continually.
Sleeping With the Enemy (37:47)Sometimes godliness is measured by holding on when it would be easier to give up.
How Many Times Must I Forgive? (39:57)We forgive because God said to forgive and because we desperately need to forgive.
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? (40:48)If you believe that you are a “little sinner,” then all you need is a “little Savior.”
How Big is Your God? (49:55)We need a big God, and we have one!
Are You Satisfied With God? (41:31)How many of us could say that we are satisfied with the Lord and how he has dealt with us?
Unconscious Influence (52:22)
People who don’t know Jesus can tell when we have been with Jesus. (Sermon)