If you're struggling to make an important decision in your life, Proverbs is the book of the Bible for you. On this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Phil Tuttle takes us through Proverbs 1 and asks us an important question: Are we going to trust in our own understanding, or are we going to trust in God's wisdom?
On this episode, Michael Gunnin takes us through the first of the Psalms of Ascent. In Psalm 120, we see that in a divisive world, God has called us to be a people of peace.
It's a question as old as humanity itself—why do the evil prosper while the good suffer? On this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Phil Tuttle takes us through Psalm 73 to show that even when we don't have all the answer, we can find refuge in the Sanctuary of God.
As you look the world around us plagued with scandal, betrayal, and abuse, do you ever wonder, "Who can I trust?" On this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Phil takes us through Psalm 12 to see that our God is the champion of the hurting and lowly. In Him can we trust!
Trusting God in the Tragedy
How do we react when we're in the midst of unbearable pain and can't find any justification for what we're experiencing? On this episode of Walk Thru Voices, Michael Gunnin takes us to Job 32 to explain why we can keep trusting God when life doesn't make sense.
When We Don’t Have an Answer
As Christians, we sometimes like to pretend that we have an exact answer for every problem or situation. On this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Michael Gunnin takes us through the Book of Job to understand the power of saying, "I don't know."
On this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Phil takes us through the Book of Esther to see that no matter how difficult our circumstances, we can trust in God's sovereign plan.
On this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Phil takes us through the book of Nehemiah to learn how we as Christians should love, pray for, and offer aid to the hurting, displaced, and persecuted people of the world.
When God Says No
Have you ever wanted to do something for God..and then He told you no? Today, Phil takes us to 1 Chronicles 17 to read about God telling David he couldn’t build the temple. In David’s reaction, we see an example of what it truly means to be surrendered to God’s plan.