Ep. 1 – What changed the life of a slave trader? What caused him to leave his riches to follow Jesus? John Newton said it was Amazing Grace and he wrote a hymn about it 250 years ago this year.
Ep. 2 – Life without Christ is a life of darkness. John Newton felt this as the Lord called him out of the slave trade and into the glorious light of Jesus Christ.
Ep. 3 – Want a definition for grace? It doesn’t get any better than this: We were once at war with God, but “We [now] have peace with [him] through our Lord Jesus Christ.”
Ep. 4 – The gospel has traveled around the globe and back. The grace of Christ comes to us and saves us without condemnation. Join Charles Morris as he reflects on Christ’s grace throughout history and today.
Ep. 5 – Grace does not discriminate between old and young, rich or poor. We all need grace. Tune in to hear about the grace of Christ that humbles our pride.
Ep. 6 – It’s been 250 years since the first public singing of Amazing Grace. Today, the hymn has endured to become a powerful symbol of hope for every generation. But what exactly is grace?
Ep. 7 – What did John Newton have in mind when he wrote “I was blind, but now I see” in Amazing Grace? Tune in to hear about God’s amazing grace and how it helps the blind see.
Ep. 8 – The second stanza of the great hymn, Amazing Grace, is a deep, deep well that we can explore for days, yet sometimes it slips right by us. Join Charles Morris to remember the overwhelming, but comforting grace of the Lord’s presence.
Ep. 9 – Join today’s program as Charles Morris delves deeper into the topic of amazing grace and how it meets us in our darkest moments.
Ep. 10 – 89 years ago, this week, our radio program went on the air for the first time. Join Charles Morris to hear the remarkable story of grace from the man who founded the “Haven of Rest.”
Amazing Grace: The Life of John Newton and the Surprising Story Behind His Song
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