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Hope, healing, and help is contagious in the presence of others.
Abuse, betrayal, sexual immorality—these and a host of other ailments plague our homes and churches. These messages directly address these issues, offering hope and healing through the application of Scripture and healthy relationships within the body of Christ. Although all the effects of broken relationships cannot be mended in this …
To victims of abuse: God is there for you. Jesus died so that you don’t have to be captive and a prisoner.
Jesus bore what you and I can’t bear: our sin, iniquities, and shame. And the abuse He suffered brought about our forgiveness.
Ask Pastor Lutzer
I’ve been married for about six years and my husband and I have a four-year-old daughter. Early on in our …
Martha, my heart goes out to you, and I need to just simply tell you very, very plainly a couple …
The consequences of remaining silent are always greater than the consequences of revealing the truth.
Abused? You don’t have to live in that purgatory of despair.
Let God take up your cause.
There is one thing that can never be rationalized: our sin grieves God.
How do you avoid “buyer’s remorse” in a marriage relationship? What’s your standard by which to discern good character? In the first of this mini-series (Ep.138-142), Pastor Lutzer counsels us to watch out for 4 red flags in a potential spouse. Here are all of the ways that you can follow along with 5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer: On our Podcast via iTunes and Google Podcasts On our Facebook page On our YouTube channel Transcript: Welcome to “5 Minutes with Pastor Lutzer.” I’m so glad that you joined us again as we talk about the topic of “Making the Best … Read More >