There are hundreds of thousands of phone apps available for download. These apps can be used to wake you up, to show you where to shop, to help you count calories, or to log your exercise minutes. But they can’t actually make you get up, control your spending, manage your diet, or force you to exercise.
The App Store isn’t the only place you can find apps. Did you know that the Bible has also given us many “apps” to enhance and improve our lives?
In this 6-part series, Andy Stanley and Jeff Henderson identify five life applications worth living by. DOWNLOAD ONLY
Part 1 - Application Is Everything (Andy Stanley)
What good is hearing if you aren’t doing? God’s standards for our lives aren’t for judging others, but for applying to our own behavior. In this message, Andy explains that application is everything. James 1:22-24
Part 2 - The Forgiveness App (Jeff Henderson)
Does forgiving someone mean he gets away with it? If not, why does it feel so good to hold a grudge? In this message, Jeff Henderson explains how Jesus’ death on the cross teaches us to “release the grip of our grudges.” Romans 12:17-18
Special guest: Louie Zamperini, Olympic runner and WWII prisoner of war
Part 3 - The Confession App (Andy Stanley)
At some point in time, confession became a private practice used to relieve your conscience. But that’s not the way confession is presented in the Bible. In this message, Andy presents the biblical view of confession and challenges us to confess to others – not just to God. James 5:16
Part 4 - The Rest App (Jeff Henderson)
Communicating the importance of rest was one of the first things God did in the Bible. So why have we neglected – or worse denied – the importance of this principle? In this message, Jeff Henderson illustrates the pattern God gives us for the pace of our lives. And it just may begin with a nap! James 1:22-24
Part 5 - The Trust App (Andy Stanley)
When someone lets you down, can you choose to believe the best or are you forced to assume the worst? In this message, Andy reminds us that we have the power to choose our reaction – and the response we choose may make all the difference in our relationships. Giving others the benefit of the doubt just may be the new Golden Rule. 1 Corinthians 13:4-7
Part 6 - The Encouragement App (Jeff Henderson)
Our conversations average six criticisms to every one encouragement. Is reversing this ratio the key to improving our relationships at home, at work, and in our everyday lives? In this message, Jeff Henderson explains the power of encouraging others—and what might be in it for you! Proverbs 11:25