Hello! I don't always get to hear your broadcast because of the time that I go to work. But today your message was just for me
Grateful for the Daily Dose Of God's Grace through Living on the Edge Radio Program
Recently, God directed me to find Living on the Edge while I was going through a crisis. I am a widow and I thought that I was ready for a new chapter in my life to begin, until crippling doubts began to creep in.
I’m thankful Chip’s message in the series, "Love, Sex and Lasting Relationships" showed me the value of diligently pursuing that path God has for me, even though it is not easy.
My wife and I have been challenged to get involved in the lives of others. So when the House or Home: Marriage Edition series was on, we ordered the group study and invited couples to join us one night a week.
After going through a very rough time, I listened to Chip's radio broadcast about the Holy Spirit. Suddenly, I felt an urge to pray for an infilling of the Holy Spirit, and the Lord answered my prayer.
Chip’s messages have truly led me to Christ and they continue to help me more than words can express, in so many situations of life including grieving and spiritual growth, as well as understanding God’s word.
I've been confused about topics such as human sexuality and homosexuality for a long time, but thanks to your Culture Shock series, I feel like I understand these truths for the first time!
“How to Suffer Well” was especially timely for me. I found the Living on the Edge radio broadcast right after God called my husband of 37 years home after a two-year battle with cancer.
I identified closely to your teaching. Thanks for the insight!
For the longest time, I had stopped going to church and I was running away from God. Through Living On The Edge, I have turned my life around.
Raymond Larabee Jr
I was introduced the Balancing Life's Demands group study in my small group over two years ago, and ever since I've been hooked on all of Living on the Edge’s practical teachings.
"I have been praying about and struggling with parenting in our blended family."
With a cheerful and somewhat "reckless" heart, I gave.