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The CHRIST TODAY Podcast

Today, February 19, we broadcast our 200th episode!

Be sure to visit our podcast page, where you’ll find all 200 episodes (and growing) under three major themes:

The CHRIST TODAY Podcast is for Christians hungry to explore and experience more of who the risen Jesus Christ is today.

Each episode will revitalize your daily walk with God’s Son—to love him more and serve him more passionately because you know more of who he is now as our exalted, reigning king.

New 30-minute episodes air every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Each one is enhanced by the wealth of resources available for free at ChristNow.com.

The episodes feature David Bryant sharing with you personal, inspiring insights and life-changing applications gleaned from his forty years of teaching on Christ in the Church worldwide.

Every episode is a stand-alone message, so you can start with any of the 200 topics already presented.

Enrich your life in Christ by enjoying one a day!

Take a listen to Episode 200!
Truly, it is a milestone in the ongoing ministry of
David Bryant and ChristNow.com.

CHRIST TODAY, episode 200

LIFE ISSUES and the REIGN OF JESUS

 


About the Author

Over the past 40 years, David Bryant has been defined by many as a “messenger of hope” and a “Christ proclaimer” to the Church throughout the world. Formerly a minister-at-large with the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, president of Concerts of Prayer International (COPI), and chairman of America’s National Prayer Committee, David now provides leadership to ChristNow.com and Proclaim Hope!, whose mission is to foster and serve Christ-awakening movements. Order his widely read books at DavidBryantBooks.com. Enjoy his regular CHRIST TODAY podcast.


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