The New York City Missionfield

A 57-second video about the New York City mission field. New York City, 9 million people, from 190 nations. Have you considered working in this field? “Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields; for they are white already to harvest.”…

Words of Encouragement

You wake up. You think thoughts. You do things. And you talk to people. That is your day. But here is my question for you. When you talk to people, do you encourage them? The people you encounter, who cross your path, who sit beside you,…

The Ending of Mark's Gospel

http://www.telosministries.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Last_twelve_verses_of_Mark.mp3 In this 35-minute lecture, Bro. Paul Henebury provides a strong defense for the ending of Mark's Gospel (Mark 16:9-20). I appreciate and recommend…

Episode 35: Stop Comparing Yourself

Do you struggle with comparing yourself to other people? Do you realize that comparing yourself with other people is dangerous and wrong? Thankfully, there is a better way! Join Pastor Thomas Overmiller to learn what the Bible says about…

Seeing God in the City

Perhaps you live in New York City like me, or perhaps you live in another city elsewhere in the world. In fact, more than half of the world's population lives in cities, and this number is increasing. This fact introduces many lines of discussion;…

Today in NYC

A 31-second video to encourage your evangelism efforts. Today in New York City, 150 people will die. "Every Christian is either a missionary or an imposter." - Charles Spurgeon

The Secret to Healthy Relationships

Perhaps you’ve heard the saying – Jesus first, others second, yourself last. And of course, that acrostic, J for Jesus, O for others, and Y for you spells joy. But what does the Bible say about this? Is it true? Actually, it is kind…

Episode 34: Looking for Lydia

Do you realize that God brings people into contact with you because He has prepared their hearts to hear biblical truth? But how do you meet these people and discover who they are? Together with Pastor Thomas Overmiller, consider a simple…