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Daily Hope TV
30 Dec 2020
"A Faith That Can Heal Illnesses"
As followers of Jesus, we don’t only care about people’s spiritual needs — we care about their physical needs, as well. In fact, a major element of Jesus’ ministry on Earth was physical healing. In this message, Pastor Rick Warren continues our study through the Book of James by explaining three mistaken views about physical healing and by describing how to pray for healing for yourself and others.
23 Dec 2020
"God’s Greatest Christmas Gift To You"
After you have opened your Christmas presents this year, Pastor Rick wants to talk to you about the greatest Christmas gift you’ll ever receive! It’s the whole reason why we celebrate Christmas, and it’s available for you to open today.
16 Dec 2020
"A Faith That De-Escalates Conflict"
Conflict is inevitable. Whether it’s with your spouse, kids, friends, or co-workers, you will always eventually find yourself in conflict with the other person. That’s why one of the most important life skills you can learn is how to de-escalate a conflict. In this message, Pastor Rick Warren continues our study through the Book of James by providing 10 biblical steps for defusing a conflict.
9 Dec 2020
"A Faith That Keeps Me Hopeful"
We can handle an enormous amount of frustration, delays, and pain—as long as we have hope. But when hope is gone, we simply give up. In this message, Pastor Rick Warren continues our study through the Book of James by providing seven reasons you can always have hope, based on the promises found in God’s Word.
2 Dec 2020
"A Faith For Facing An Uncertain Future"
If there’s any single truth that this pandemic has reminded us of, it’s this: None of us know the future. And when you don’t know your future, it can lead to a lot of stress and anxiety. In this message, Pastor Rick Warren continues our study through the Book of James by pointing to three common mistakes we make about the future, and the solution for each one.