David Bryant clearly demonstrates why the Christian life should be filled with experiences of God’s faithfulness and power.
Time to Reset Your GPS! How Jesus Goes Before Us Into the Heavens to Take Us There With Him—Every Day
Explore and experience God’s Son in whole new ways as the One who goes BEFORE us—leading the way in four directions
Learn the major directions in which Jesus takes us as he goes before us into the FUTURE
Get fresh insights about Who Christ is BEFORE you and change your whole experience of knowing and growing in Jesus.
Ignite fireworks of faith in your heart, not only on this upcoming Independence Day but also far beyond.
These truths about the active reign of Jesus will lift your heart, increase your faith, and give you fresh reasons to abound in hope.
In an interview, David Bryant challenged the students to spread Christ awakening movement in their campuses. Because it is a urgent need of the time.
David Bryant surprises us by exploring how much more radical God’s grace is toward those who belong to his Son. You WILL be amazed! Maybe even shaken.
What If the Whole Church United in Praying One Simple Prayer Above All Prayers? “JESUS, SHOW US YOUR GLORY!”
Steve Hall, a seasoned prayer mobilizer in the Pacific Northwest, recommends we follow the pattern for prayer in Acts—not one day a year but as a way of life, day by day, as we lift with one voice: “Jesus, show us your glory”.
May 10 was Ascension Day, 2018. David Bryant carries our thinking a step further, not only by looking at the significance of the cosmic crowning of God’s Son but also by calling for a radical “reformation” today among God’s people.
This is your opportunity to explore what the supremacy of Christ today involves and to join David Bryant in fostering a nationwide Christ Awakening movement.
It is precisely, word for word, what David would want to say to ANYONE who intends to give themselves to any kind of ministry for Christ.
You may not believe this, but on May 3, by a standing act of Congress, millions of Christians will gather in homes, churches, and city squares, as well as in Washington, DC, to pray for the spiritual renewal of America.
David Bryant received this letter from a friend who is going through a major transition in his profession. This turning point stirred up in his friend a new determination to reset his course toward a stronger engagement with Christ in the second half of his life. See the full conversation between Mike & David.
On March 24, a powerful, new movie hits theaters—Paul: Apostle of Christ. However, many of us had opportunities to be involved with a man of God in our generation, Dr. Billy Graham, who is claimed by many to have had the greatest impact for spreading the gospel of Christ among the nations since the Apostle Paul.
How can Jesus followers approach viewing movies in a way that enlarges their vision of Christ and helps them draw closer to him? After watching the Oscar presentations last Sunday, David Bryant got some new insights on this vital concern. He wants to share them with you.
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Recently, David Bryant was asked to address, separately, two relevant issues: (1) Why did Jesus use the word “hate” to talk about how we should regard others? (2) What difference does the supremacy of Christ make for people who are in a dating relationship? David realized that the two questions can be handled with the very same answer. Here he shares with us these life-changing insights.
David Bryant introduces the first-of–its-kind opportunity for you to experience a whole new dynamic involvement with God’s Son—by signing up for his soon-to-be launched Twitter service called “Meet Him Again!”
Join This Threefold Protest and Change the World A guest blog post from Dr. David Schroeder Christianity as we know it — Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Protestant — is a worn-out wineskin, desperately in need of a RE-reformation. Or maybe a burial. Many have argued that Luther’s Protestant Reformation did not go far enough. In fairness to Luther, he was […]