• Thinking Like a Christian Media Resource by

    Philippians 4:2-23

    Christian growth begins and is sustained by thinking like a Christian as we renew our minds according to the Word of God (Rom. 12:1–2). In this session, Dr. Albert Mohler explores how Paul encourages us to meditate on whatever is honorable, just, pure, lovely, commendable, excellent, and worthy of praise. View Resource

  • Don’t Worry: Be Joyful Media Resource by

    Philippians 4:4-9

    In the book of James we are told to count it all joy, when we meet trials of various kinds. What could this biblical injunction mean? Is the Christian called to enjoy pain and suffering? When anxieties plague our soul, is it enough to just say, “Don’t worry?” What is the biblical way to deal with suffering of any kind? Considering these things in this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us the meaning of joy in the Christian life, especially during times of suffering. View Resource

  • Literature and the Christian Media Resource by

    Philippians 4:8

    Art in any form is an expression of an idea or ideas. How much more is this realized in the world of literary arts? So, how can the Christian take advantage of the medium of literary art? In this message entitled “Literature and the Christian,” Dr. Sproul discusses the relationship between the literary arts and culture. View Resource

  • Defining Contentment Media Resource by

    Philippians 4:11-13

    In order to gain contentment, believers must not only understand what it is but also what it is not. Through the help of Scripture, specifically the writings of the Apostle Paul, Christians are able to understand contentment and be encouraged on how to achieve it in their own lives. In this lesson, Melissa Kruger explains four characteristics of contentment, what contentment is not, and how to take heart through failure and hardship. View Resource