In five programs, Dr. John Ankerberg interviews Robby Gallaty about the key steps involved in beginning a relationship with a person that leads toward deeper spiritual growth. You wíll cover five essentials of spiritual growth, including how to pray, how to study the Bible, how to be accountable to another person, how to memorize Scripture, and how to share your faith with others. Begin the process of changing the lives of others, and your own life, through a biblical discipleship process designed to impact people now and for eternity.
About 400 years ago, philosopher David Hume declared that miracles are impossible. They simply do not happen. But according to a poll commissioned by our guest, Lee Strobel, 67% of Christians in America today believe that God still performs miracles today; 15% disagreed, saying God does not perform miracles today. But, surprisingly, 38% responded that they had personally experienced God’s miraculously working in their own lives. We will examine the evidence for miracles in this encouraging 3 program series.
The John Ankerberg Show is a daily half-hour radio program and a weekly half-hour internationally syndicated television program using informal debates between representatives of differing belief systems, and documentary-styled presentations on major issues in society to which the historic Christian faith has something of consequence to say. The programs are designed to appeal to a thinking audience of Christians and non-Christians alike.
About Dr. John Ankerberg
Dr. John Ankerberg is host and moderator of the nationally broadcast John Ankerberg Show television and radio program. Dr. Ankerberg is an internationally known author, evangelist and apologist. He and his wife, Darlene, have one daughter, Michelle.
Dr. John F. Ankerberg in his writings and on his television program presents contemporary spiritual issues and defends biblical Christian answers. He believes that Christianity can not only stand its ground in the arena of the world's ideas but that Christianity alone is fully true. He has spoken to audiences on more than 78 American college and university campuses as well as in crusades in major cities of Africa, Asia, South America, and the Islands of the Caribbean. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Religious Broadcasters.