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Eric and Leslee host a weekly podcast where they talk about family life, relationships, marriage and parenting all from a gospel-centered perspective. They offer practical examples from real life experiences.
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“Eric gets our identity in Christ. His material has been extremely helpful in the lives of the men in our church. We are easily moored into idolatry but the clarity of Eric’s words and exposition of scripture brings people back to the life-giving truth. Most importantly, he cares about and loves our people so that the words are imbued with the power of love. ”
“Having dedicated my life to the equipping of future leaders, I’m well aware of the maxim, ‘As goes the family, so goes society.’ No one understands this better than Eric Wallace… This is a vital, creative ministry and I heartily encourage you to support it with your prayer and financial contributions.”
Why Your Kids Want You to Read Ezekiel to Them
Do you want to excite your children? If so, here are some kid-approved ideas: end school early, take them to a movie… or read them the book of Ezekiel…
The Mystery that Transforms
it was one of those moments where I learned another way to grow in the joy of the gospel. I would like to share this with you in hopes that it encourages you
The Gospel Helps Us Win the War Against Idolatry
Did you wake up this morning wanting raw liver for breakfast? Did you drive to work today hoping to wreck the car or to catch the flu.
The Gospel Moves us to the Frontlines of Ministry
The gospel helps church leaders with one of their toughest challenges: that of moving people from the sidelines to the front lines of ministry.
God’s Discipleship Pattern in Scripture
The latest research reveals that 75% of the children raised in evangelical churches are leaving the faith.
Covenantal Nature of Trouble and Suffering
In tears, the mother said to me, “I’ve been praying for my daughter for a long time, asking God to change her heart. Why hasn’t God done something?”