Part 1: Charles Morris kicks off this week’s series by retracing Steve McQueen’s journey from American Icon to follower of Christ.
Part 2: Sometimes it appears people are too far gone to come to faith in Christ. But Jesus’ encounter with the thief on the cross shows us that it’s never too late to be saved.
Part 3: When Saul was persecuting Jesus, no one would’ve ever believe that one day he would worship him as his Lord. After all, no one is too far gone for Christ.
Part 4: Steve McQueen had fame and fortune, but he still longed for true freedom. Can anything bring us liberty in this life? Discover how Christ sets us free when you listen.
Part 5: Peter is known as the disciple who denied Jesus three times. He was embarrassed and afraid, but Christ gave him another chance just before he ascended to heaven.
Steve McQueen: The Untold Story of an American Icon
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Biblical Hope to Overcome Fear
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has left more than 1,000 dead, and tens of thousands of confirmed cases continue to climb every day. Health officials are fighting diligently to ensure this outbreak does no ...Learn More