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He Will Be the Preacher

By None

My mother told me that when I was a baby…the pastor’s wife…leaned over the crib, gave me a kiss, and said in German, “He will be the preacher.”

God often leads us to where He wants us without us ever being aware of it—until we look back. Erwin Lutzer takes us on his life’s journey from a farmhouse on the plains of Saskatchewan, Canada to one of the most influential pulpits in the United States.

While traversing various roads, seemingly innocent choices turn out to be “destiny decisions.” From being led out of Canada to the United States ...

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March for Life

By Erwin W. Lutzer

I want to address my remarks to the church of Jesus Christ, to those of us who are followers of Christ. We stand here today united in our opposition to abortion, but I want for us to focus for a moment on the brokenness that abortion produces in the life of a young mother, and then ask ourselves if we are willing to apply the grace of God to this brokenness. We must not merely protest against the darkness but be a shaft of light to those who are hurting, those who do not know where to turn.

Listen to ...

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The Washington National Cathedral Hosting a Muslim Prayer Service

By Erwin W. Lutzer

This Friday, November 14, the National Cathedral will host a Muslim prayer service. A Muslim spokesperson for the event said, “We want the world to see the Christian community is partnering with us and is supporting our religious freedom in the same way we are calling for religious freedom for all minorities in Muslim countries.” The director of the Cathedral’s liturgy affirmed that “this needs to be a world in which all are free to believe and practice and in which we avoid bigotry, Islamaphobia, racism, anti-Semitism, and anti-Christianity and to embrace our humanity and to embrace faith.” ...

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Your Ballot Makes a Difference

By Erwin W. Lutzer

This Tuesday is Election Day, an opportunity for us to cast a ballot in favor of a number of candidates. Incredibly, the statistics indicate that many people—yes, even Christians—do not vote; perhaps because they think that their ballot does not make any difference. In point of fact, not only have elections been determined by only a few ballots, but more importantly, if all Christians voted they could determine the outcome of almost any election. And if we don’t vote, we don’t deserve the freedoms we all think are our “right.”

Ask God to give you wisdom as to which ...

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Dr. Lutzer Talks About Scripture Memory

By Moody Church Media

Dr. Lutzer was recently interviewed by Linda Weddle on the topic of scipture memory. A few highlights from the article are below, and be sure to check out the entire interview at kidzmatter.com.

I understand you memorized a lot of Scripture as a child. Can you tell us about that?

Yes, I did memorize a great deal of Scripture when I was younger. I promised myself that I would not graduate from Bible college unless I could quote the Book of John and by God’s grace I achieved that. The Christmas before graduation I quoted the entire book in ...

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Songs in the Night Recording Session

By Moody Church Media

On Monday and Tuesday this week, Dr. Lutzer and the Songs in the Night crew recorded the next batch of radio programs. Over two days the team completed over 90 radio programs which will begin airing in January and will continue through the end of 2016.

During the recording session, The Moody Church's sanctuary is filled with the sound of the pipe organ played by John Innes. Above is a video of John playing the Songs in the Night theme song.

Dr. Lutzer recordingThe recording process begins with Dr. Lutzer's Sunday morning sermons. When a series of sermons is completed ...

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Bible Reading Plans

By None

The source of much spiritual dryness in the Christian life can be traced to one simple fact: many Christians do not have a systematic plan of reading through the Bible. In fact, many do not read the Bible at all, unless it is done in a “hit or miss” fashion. We have found that our ability to be faithful in our reading is enhanced if we have a guide, a chart where we can keep track of what we’ve read and where we are in the process.

Below we have several options: you can choose a chart to read through the Bible ...

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An Evening with Eric Metaxas & Dennis Prager

By Erwin W. Lutzer

An Evening with Eric Metaxas & Dennis Prager

Faith, Morality and Religious Liberty in America

Saturday September 7, 2013
7:30-9:30pm (doors open at 7am)
The Moody Church

An inter-faith conversation between best-selling author Eric Metaxas and syndicated radio show host Dennis Prager about Scripture, morality, and the current state of American culture, hosted by Pastor Lutzer at The Moody Church. The evening will feature candid, engaging conversation between these three prolific voices in the public square on topics of faith, culture, and the fate of our nation.

Registration is required.

Seating is general admission at $25 and doors ...

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