There is a rich heritage of bold, straightforward, and Christ-centered preaching in times past. These “Bravehearted Voices” called believers to return to historic Christianity that is firmly planted upon the Word of God and focused upon Jesus Christ. If you are spiritually hungry and desire to be infused with bold, uncompromising Truth, the Bravehearted Voices Podcast will acquaint you with heroic Christians of old such as A.W. Tozer, Leonard Ravenhill, Ian Thomas, Paris Reidhead, Richard Wurmbrand, and others. These sermons and recordings will encourage, challenge, and equip you to live a Christianity that actually works.
Leonard Ravenhill – True Revival: The Presence of God
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Leonard Ravenhill gives a sermon from Isaiah 4:1-6 talking about the essence of true revival—the presence of God.
Stephen Manley – The Supply of the Word
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Stephen Manley talks about the sufficiency of God's Word (in text and in Person) and the Word's supply in our lives. This message is an expositional sermon from Matthew 28:18.
T. Austin-Sparks – The Mighty Presence of God
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, T. Austin-Sparks talks about the mighty presence of God and how the indwelling life of Christ in our lives radically changes everything.
NRJohnson – Is Your God Too Small?
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, NRJohnson (Nathan Johnson) preaches expositionally from Ephesians 3:20 and asks the question do you live as if God is too small?—or do you live as if He truly is able to do exceedingly, abundantly beyond all that we can ask or think?
Paris Reidhead – So Great Salvation
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Paris Reidhead gives a powerful and stirring sermon on what biblical salvation is, and what it is not. By its end, you will realize that salvation contains forgiveness, but it is far greater than that.
Vance Havner – A Call to Repentance
In today's Bravehearted Voices Podcast, Vance Havner talks about the need for repentance. We cannot live, act, think, or talk like a Christian should unless we first repent and allow the Spirit of God to indwell our lives.