Summary: There is a rich heritage of bold, straightforward, and Christ-centered preaching in times past. These “Bravehearted Voices” called believers to return to historic Christianity that is firmly planted upon the Word of God and focused upon Jesus Christ. If you are spiritually hungry and desire to be infused with bold, uncompromising Truth, the Bravehearted Voices Podcast will acquaint you with heroic Christians of old such as A.W. Tozer, Leonard Ravenhill, Ian Thomas, Paris Reidhead, Richard Wurmbrand, and others. These sermons and recordings will encourage, challenge, and equip you to live a Christianity that actually works.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Stephen Manley talks about the sufficiency of God's Word (in text and in Person) and the Word's supply in our lives. This message is an expositional sermon from Matthew 28:18.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, T. Austin-Sparks talks about the mighty presence of God and how the indwelling life of Christ in our lives radically changes everything.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, NRJohnson (Nathan Johnson) preaches expositionally from Ephesians 3:20 and asks the question do you live as if God is too small?—or do you live as if He truly is able to do exceedingly, abundantly beyond all that we can ask or think?
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Paris Reidhead gives a powerful and stirring sermon on what biblical salvation is, and what it is not. By its end, you will realize that salvation contains forgiveness, but it is far greater than that.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Vance Havner talks about the need for repentance. We cannot live, act, think, or talk like a Christian should unless we first repent and allow the Spirit of God to indwell our lives.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Eric Ludy shares what many consider to be their favorite sermon: Majesty Lost. Using the metaphor of the Irish Elk which once roamed the forests of Eurasia, boasting a head over ten feet in height and a rack of antlers that sprawled twelve feet in width, Eric Ludy declares that like the Irish Elk, a brawny, lionhearted, outrageously triumphant form of Christianity once roamed planet earth. But as of today, it's become only a thing of legend and its rack of glory has been isolated to merely the pages of Scriptural text. It’s time for a return of this rack of glory!
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Duncan Campbell, the Scottish preacher who was highly esteemed by Leonard Ravenhill, retells the story of the revival in Lewis and all God did through his time traveling the Scottish countryside.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Art Katz gives a call to the Church to move beyond earthly kingdoms in God's eternal heavenly Kingdom—filled with His power and with Him as the focus.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Bill McLeod (Canadian pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church who saw revival stir much of Canada in the 1970s) walks through Scripture and recounts the times when the glory of God departed. This sobering and powerful message is a call for us to return in repentance and allow the glory of God once again to define our lives and churches.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Major Ian Thomas talks about the reality of what it means for God (via the Holy Spirit) to be in our lives and to produce a Christianity that actually works.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, A.W. Tozer discusses the secret to the Christian life — Christ must increase and we muse decrease.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Alan Redpath gives a powerful sermon about biblical holiness and what it means for a Christian to live a life that is holy.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, J. Glyn Owen uses 1 Timothy 3:5 to discuss what true religion is, what the power behind it is, and emphasizes our need for the work and power of the Holy Spirit in our lives.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Paul Washer gives a powerfully convicting sermon on the need to turn to Christ and repent.
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Leonard Ravenhill calls the church to awake to fervent prayer. Using the examples of others (such as Duncan Campbell, David Brainerd, Praying Payson, John Hyde, Susanna Wesley, and many others), he desires God to "Take us out of the nursery to the armory."