Pentagon Prayer Breakfast
January 13, 2009
This is the message Dr. Ray Pritchard gave at the Pentagon Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. on September 24, 2008.
January 8, 2009
The time is short, the world is passing away, the end of all things is at hand. Who knows if this is the day when Jesus will return? Now is the time, this is the hour, and God is calling you. What will you do?
December 30, 2008
No one can say with certainty what the New Year will bring. None of us knows if we will even be here 12 months from now. But that thought should not alarm us in any way. To all our fears the Lord says quite simply: “Fear not.”
If Christ Had Not Come
December 24, 2008
What if Christ had not come? Where would we be? What kind of world would this be? This message explores the importance of Christmas by examining what the world would have lost if Christ had not come. The good news is, he did come.
December 17, 2008
In this Christmas sermon Pastor Ray focuses on the phrase “God with us.” There are three words in that phrase and each one teaches us something about who Jesus really is.
December 16, 2008
That’s the way it was that first Christmas night 2000 years ago. Baby sleeping, mother dreaming, father thinking, and God watching over it all.
December 8, 2008
There is a danger from viewing the sweetness of a Christmas pageant where all our children are so fresh-faced and adorable and everything is so clean and neat and nice, and the lighting is just right, the costumes so well done, and the staging so powerful, and the music so inspiring, that we can subconsciously think that this is the way it really was.
Does Prayer Make a Difference?
December 5, 2008
On the radio program “Fire Away,” Ray Pritchard joins the AFR team to discuss the power of prayer. They took calls from listeners about faith, how to pray without ceasing, fasting, and how to pray for the dying.
December 2, 2008
We might call this story “the preacher and the prostitute” because it’s a lesson about pride and humility. It’s also about how God welcomes those who aren’t ashamed to admit how much they need him. Only those who understand the depth of their own sinfulness can look with compassion and mercy on the men and women they meet every day.
Good News for the Next 100 Years
November 25, 2008
Dr. Ray Pritchard preached this message at the 100th anniversary service of the Chinese Bible Church of Oak Park, IL. The podcast includes a simultaneous Cantonese translation by Mr. C. W. Chan.