Blog posts pointing you toward some of our favorite series on RightNow Media.
We sent a film crew with pastor J.D. Greear to Rome, Italy to film The Book of Romans: Part 1 and Part 2, a series examining one of the most important books ever written on the Christian faith. While filming, our team asked J.D. a few questions about preparing for this series and his hopes for small groups.
We sent a film crew with author and pastor Matt Chandler to Big Bend National Park to film The Beatitudes, an eight-session series examining Matthew 5:1–12. While filming, our team asked Matt a few questions about his preparation for and teaching of this impactful series.
Last year, our team traveled with Dr. Charlie Dates to the redwood forests of Northern California to film a series on the book of Genesis. After speaking at the 2021 RightNow Conference, Dr. Dates spoke with us about his experience on that shoot and his hopes for this series.
Author and speaker Francis Chan accompanied our team to the Utah wilderness to film Jesus’s Farewell Message, a deep dive into Jesus’s last sermon before his crucifixion. In this series, Francis examines what it means to know and trust God deeply. God has far more for us than many of us dare imagine.
You can’t have Easter without Christmas. The birth of our savior and his resurrection are inextricably linked. Jesus’s resurrection, as “O Holy Night” says, is the breaking of a “new and glorious morn.” That hymn, in fact, bears great significance for us this Easter season.
Our perspective of worship is often limited to what we experience at church. But Scripture is clear about what worship is—it extends much deeper than the songs that we sing. Worship is an intimate expression of gratitude for the mercies of God, which he’s given to his people. True worship happens when we live a life of sacrifice—when we worship as a lifestyle.
Every February, we are reminded of the influence that Black Americans have had on our nation’s history through the celebration of Black History Month. As believers, this month can be especially beneficial as a time to promote God’s heart for reconciliation, unity, and treating people as the dignity-filled image bearers that they are.
Each January, millions of Christians around the world use the start of the new year as a springboard for new spiritual routines. But despite our best intentions to engage with God every day, many of us struggle to do so. Read on to learn four practical ways you can spend more time with God in the new year.
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