Coping with Problems: 10. Success (Part 2)

When we meditate and ponder on Scripture and then apply its message to our life and actions, the life we live will glorify God. While this doesn’t ensure a trouble-free life, we can know that our success of overcoming sin will have an eternal reward. In this lesson, Steven Lloyd and Don Ruhl present a lesson to encourage us to know God’s word and to meditate on His precepts.

Length: 37:51

Coping with Problems: 9. Success (Part 1)

When we have overcome our struggles, how can we ensure ourselves against repeating destructive behaviors and falling back into sin? According to the Scriptures, the key to a successful, godly life is meditating on the word of God. Join Steven Lloyd and Don Ruhl as they take an in-depth look at this topic of spiritual success.

Length: 37:31

Coping with Problems: 8. Solutions

Being the inspired word of God, the Bible can help us better understand the mind and the will of God. It is also a source book for seeking solutions to life’s challenges. Join Steven Lloyd and Don Ruhl as they present an in-depth Biblical lesson on how God’s word is the solution to our problems.

Length: 38:18

Can We Agree to Disagree? by Erik Tryggestad

By Erik Tryggestad

‘I read the Chronicle, but I don’t always like what I read,” a brother in Christ once told me during a visit to Nashville, Tenn.

“Brother, that makes two of us,” I replied.

It’s true. I don’t agree with every person we quote in these pages. Frankly, the ideas expressed here bother me sometimes. They bother me enough to make me think, to dust off my Bible and prayerfully ponder what it says, to ask for God’s wisdom and discernment.

We try our best to remain true to the vision of our founder, Olan Hicks, who wrote 74 years ago that The Christian Chronicle “is to be built on character. It means to stand for right and truth, for fairness and impartiality, for zeal according to knowledge. It is a newspaper and is to be conducted on the principles of news reporting.”

As we report, we strive to inform, not to endorse. It saddens me when a reader angrily declares they are withdrawing support from us because we gave ink to a person or an idea they consider doctrinally unsound or because of a viewpoint that made them uncomfortable.

Truth is, I hear far more praise than criticism for what we do. The No. 1 compliment we get is that we merely report without condemning, without telling our readers what to think.

My favorite readers are the ones who tell me, “I didn’t agree with that story, but I thank you for telling it.”

That’s what keeps me going.