Professor Tom Simcox, Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry staff member, provides insights into Judaism and how to build bridges with Jewish people.
Phil Moser, pastor, teacher, and author, provides us with biblical strategies for overcoming anxiety
Pastor Phil Moser, Teaching Pastor of Fellowship Bible Church in Mullica Hill, NJ, explains the importance of application for our everyday lives.
In this edition of the Learn the Word Podcast, Dr. Payne explains the benediction of Hebrews (Heb. 13:20-21) and the Apostle Paul’s reference to being poured out like a drink offering (Phil. 2:17).
Dr. Matthew McAlack, Professor at Cairn University, provides biblical teaching on how to respond in times of great sorrow.
In this podcast, recorded from Uganda, we discuss the significant challenges facing the churches of Uganda (charismatic movement, abuse of power, lack of theological education), and the great opportunities WOL Uganda and WOL Africa Bible Institute have to meet these challenges.
In this Podcast we learn about the persecuted church in Hungary prior to the collapse of the Soviet Union, the early days of WOL ministering in Hungary, and the persecution of Christians taking place around the world yet today.
Pastor Abrman shares his personal and captivating account of persecution during the former Soviet Union, defection to the United Sates, and after the collapse of communism, his return to the Slovakia as a missionary to his own people.
Chris Katulka, Friends of Israel staff member, writer, and Radio Host, explains how in one verse Micah predicts that the Messiah will be humble, human, royal, and divine.
Dr. Bjornstad, joins us again this week to discusses the religion of Budhism and provides insights in reaching a Buddhist with the Gospel of Christ.