This week, Dr. Wise begins a two part series on changing behavior.  Where does good behavior come from? Where does Bad behavior come from? Find out this week

 

Nicodemus was a very religious and respectful man. He was part of the religious elite, and he was considered the teacher in Israel. However, he had no idea how to have eternal life with God. All his religious good works, and all his respectful ways, left him empty and lost. That’s why he came to Jesus at night. Nicodemus knew that he should have known how a person could have eternal life with God. Yet, he knew that he didn’t know.

Jesus also knew that Nicodemus didn’t know. And that’s why Jesus said to him, “You Must be Born again!”

In 1997, veteran newsman Joseph Farah started the global Internet news source, worldnetdaily. Joseph Farah has now written a new book called The Restitution of All Things: Israel, Christians and the End of the Age. He joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the new book. Much of the conversation centers on Israel’s right to defend itself and the constant threats it faces. www.wnd.com

With a new year upon us, we have an opportunity to consider new resolutions and new habits. Financial expert and nationally syndicated host Dan Celia joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss biblical stewardship. How could we honor God in better ways with our finances in the new year? What about investing, credit cards, and tithing? www.financialissues.org