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  1. Sandcastle Kings

    Sandcastle Kings

    Meeting Jesus in a Spiritually Bankrupt World

    Narrator: Rich Wilkerson
    Runtime: 5.7 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $18.99 Member Price: $14.95 (or 3 credits)
    Regular Price: $18.99 Member Price: $14.95 (or 3 credits)
    The world seems to have figured out the formula for manufacturing material success, but when it comes to finding true, lasting happiness, we are as lost as ever. We yearn for more, or less, or something that’s just different from what we have right now.Deep down, we know there must be satisfaction for our longing. We just don’t know where to find it. In Sandcastle Kings, Rich Wilkerson uses four powerful stories from the seventh chapter of Luke to explain why spiritual fulfillment cannot be found in ourselves, in other people, in material things, or even in religion. By studying the stories of the centurion’s faith, the resurrection of the widow’s son, Jesus’ message about John the Baptist, and the anointing by the woman with the alabaster jar, you will be able to face your doubts and insecurities and overcome your anxiety, discontentment, and depression. Wilkerson wants you to understand that the only answer for your spiritual bankruptcy is Jesus and that until you turn to him you will never experience the lasting peace and joy you so desperately crave.
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  2. Friend of Sinners

    Friend of Sinners

    Why Jesus Cares More About Relationship Than Perfection

    Runtime: 6.57 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $18.99 Member Price: $14.95 (or 3 credits)
    Regular Price: $18.99 Member Price: $14.95 (or 3 credits)
    Pastor and writer Rich Wilkerson Jr. shines a spotlight on every Christian's calling to reach the world, seek the lost, and save sinners with Jesus' scandalous message of the gospel of grace. The Bible calls Jesus a friend of sinners. What does that mean? In Friend of Sinners, Rich Wilkerson Jr. shows listeners the profound implications of the reality that Jesus calls us friends not because of who we are or what we have done but because of who he is. While he was on earth, he knew that people needed to belong before they would want to behave. He understood that the power within him was greater than the darkness around him, so he loved fearlessly. By following his example, we can have the same clear conviction and compassion for the lost that he did. His gospel of scandalous grace cannot be overestimated. When we embrace the truth that we all need Jesus equally, and when we trust him to bring transformation in people's hearts, we will walk as Jesus walked, experiencing the glory of God in our own lives and in the lives of those around us.
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