In this message, Andy tells the story of Nick and Joe's boldness in the face of great personal risk.
Nick and Joe Save Easter
In this message, Andy Stanley unpacks a life-changing answer to the request, "Lord, teach us to pray."
Red Letter Prayers
In this message, Andy Stanley tells the story of King Zedekiah and explains the tough, but necessary lesson we can learn from his life.
Age of Kings
Is it possible for two people to fall in love and actually stay there? Absolutely! Learn how this 4-part series.
Staying In Love
What does it mean to be financially balanced? Find out in this six-part series.
There is something in each of our lives - a habit, a relationship, a debt - that deserves our attention this year.
This One Thing
Christmas is complicated enough. The story of Christmas - God's most important message to mankind - shouldn't be complicated.
The ingredients in the Christmas story seem kind of random: an order from Caesar, a pregnant virgin, an angelic announcement, three wise men, and no room at the inn. Some of the circumstances you may be dealing with this year aren't exactly what you'd want in your story either. In this message, Andy challenges us to respond to the seemingly random curve balls in our lives the same way Mary reacted to the curve ball thrown at her.
A Random Christmas
Do you remember as a child what it was like enduring those days before Christmas?
The Thrill of Hope
RESPONSIBILITIES. We all have them. But we don't all take them as seriously as we ought to.
Taking Responsibility for Your Life
What do you do . . .
When God feels distant?
When God doesn't cooperate?
When God seems late?
Learn the answers in this three-part series.
Are you who the person you are looking for is looking for?
The New Rules for Love, Sex & Dating
Unemployment is up. Stocks are down. And everybody's pointing fingers.
You can't turn on the news without becoming aware that things aren't going so well in the good ole USA. What's worse, it seems that those who lead us can't agree on how to change things.
God & Country
Ever wonder what it would be like to have guardrails in other areas of your life?