One of the remarkable things about D.L. Moody is that he was a very open and broad person. In his lifetime, he contacted many people from different walks of life. He also contacted different ages and stages–the elderly, children, and college students. In this podcast we take a look at some of these relationships and […]

D.L. Moody, widely known for his unceasing labor in the gospel, was a person whose personal living was at the root of his work. Moody once said that before we talk to men, we should first talk to God. In this podcast, we take a look at D.L. Moody’s life and see how Moody’s person […]

D.L. Moody, one of the great evangelists of the 19th century, is primarily known for his gospel preaching, but related to this, another great burden he had was for what he called the “slumbering church.” He was burdened that the church would rise up to preach the gospel. He once said, “I would rather wake […]

Not every believer has the gift of gospel preaching but every believer should possess the spirit of the gospel (the fire of the gospel). In this podcast we examine the life of a very ordinary brother named James M’Kendrick, an uneducated coal miner, who demonstrated the spirit of the gospel in his life.

In this podcast we take a look at the life of William Borden, son of a prominent millionaire, who gave his life to Christ as a young man. At Yale, his personal walk and his avid grouping of students for prayer and the gospel greatly affected his campus.

Before we speak to our friends about the Lord, we first need to pray to God concerning them. The gospel needs a hidden life of intercession. In this podcast we take a look at the importance of intercession and how it affected one young man, Hudson Taylor.

God desires all men to be saved and to come to the full knowledge of the truth (I Tim 2:4.) Oftentimes we want our friends, classmates, and family members to receive the Lord but we are either timid to share the gospel with them or we don’t know how to lead them to the Lord. […]

In Matthew 4:19 the Lord charged His disciples saying, “Come after Me, and I will make you fishers of men.” In Luke 5:10 the Lord told the disciples that they would be catching men alive. On our campuses and in our classrooms, there are all kinds of “fish” around us. The Lord, in His sovereignty, […]

When you set foot on your college campus this fall don’t hide your identity as a believer. Pray for your campus, friends and classmates. Testify to them concerning your life with the Lord. These are just a few of the matters covered in this time of fellowship given during the 2009 West Coast College Training. […]

Man is the meaning of the universe. Christ is the meaning of human life. The church is the expression of Christ and is our real family life. Go therefore and disciple all the nations. These simple yet profound statements embody the good news, the gospel, which the Bible unveils to mankind. The Bible charges us […]

Man is the meaning of the universe. Christ is the meaning of human life. The church is the expression of Christ and is our real family life. Go therefore and disciple all the nations. These simple yet profound statements embody the good news, the gospel, which the Bible unveils to mankind. The Bible charges us […]

Do you feel like your preaching has no effect? Early in his Christian life, Watchman Nee preached the gospel for an entire year with almost no result. Then a sister told him that the problem was not with his preaching but with his prayer. In this week’s podcast we cover five principles for us to […]

Doing the work of an evangelist may seem like a difficult and intimidating task. However, the Bible presents us with the practical way to accomplish this, and that way may be easier than you think. In this week’s podcast we cover two more steps of this way presented in the ministry.

Doing business for the Lord, doing the work of an evangelist, turning the age, being overcomers–these tasks may seem difficult and intimidating. However, the Bible has revealed the practical way to accomplish these things, and that way may be easier than you think. In this week’s podcast we introduce the first two steps of this […]

We have heard, learned, and received a lot about doing the work of an evangelist, but to what extent have we done them? In this week’s podcast we take a look at how we can practice the things that we have heard and be in them, taking the way presented to us in the ministry. […]

In 2 Timothy 4:5, Paul told his young co-worker Timothy to “do the work of an evangelist,” which implies that Timothy did not have the gift of an evangelist. In this week’s podcast we consider what is is to “do the work of an evangelist.” Although we may not have the gift of an evangelist, […]

The Lord has given each of us a mina, a talent, but what are we doing with it? Are we merely preserving it, hiding it in the earth, or are we doing business with it, investing it with the “bankers”? In this week’s podcast we visit again the burden that we would actively do business […]

Just as John the Baptist stirred up an atmosphere of repentance before the Lord’s first coming, we need to do the same in preparation for the Lord’s second coming. This week’s podcast issues a challenge to us to stir up an atmosphere of the gospel through our prayer and our testimony before others.

One of the ways we can “do business” until the Lord comes is by having a certain kind of prayer, the prayer of companions. In this week’s podcast we cover our need to have this kind of prayer, prayers of authority that bind and loose and that touch God’s will concerning His lost sheep.

In Luke 19:13 the Lord says, “Do business until I come.” In this week’s podcast we tackle the need for a change in our mindset, a change from merely being on the defensive to being on the offensive, from merely holding onto our “mina” to actively doing business with it, especially in regard to bringing […]