Crazy Love Podcast

Crazy Love Ministries

Podcast with Francis Chan, best-selling author of Crazy Love, Forgotten God, Erasing Hell, Multiply, You and Me Forever and Letters to the Church, and most recently Until Unity. For more resources from Crazy Love Ministries or to support the work of Crazy Love please visit our website at crazylove.org

  • 45 minutes 4 seconds
    Prayerful and Practical Evangelism | Dr. Vince Vitale

    Often, it can feel challenging to evangelize — knowing where to begin or how to enter into conversations about faith. Dr. Vince Vitale explores how Christ's approach and dedication to conversation led people to the truth, and how we can do the same by following His model with the help of the Holy Spirit.

    You can hear more from Dr. Vitale at kardiaquestions.com. Kardia is a ministry that seeks to broaden and deepen our understanding of apologetics - reconciling hearts not only to God, but also to others and even ourselves.

    Dr. Vince Vitale was educated at Princeton University and the University of Oxford, and he taught philosophy and theology as a faculty member briefly at Princeton and then for several years at Oxford. It was during his undergraduate studies at Princeton that Vince was challenged to read the Bible by two soccer teammates and took an unexpected journey from skeptic to evangelist. He then completed master’s and PhD studies at Oxford, receiving a Daniel M. Sachs Graduating Scholarship (at the time awarded annually to one graduating Princetonian) and a Clarendon Scholarship (supported by Oxford University Press).

    Alongside his work with Kardia, Vince serves as Faculty Scholar at CEO Forum and as a host of the Unbelievable? podcast. Previously, he served as Team Director of The Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics.

    8 July 2024, 11:05 pm
  • 46 minutes 56 seconds
    Our Towers, His Temple (Ephesians Pt. 8) | Francis Chan

    In our fast-paced modern society, it's easy to be tempted to build impressive things for ourselves, striving for personal achievements and recognition. We can lose sight of the deeper, more meaningful purpose for our efforts. As Francis continues to speak on Ephesians, he explores what it means for us to be built into Christ's temple, with Him as the cornerstone, rather than standing alone in our pursuits.

    1 July 2024, 3:49 pm
  • 39 minutes 50 seconds
    Saved by Grace (Ephesians Pt. 7) | Francis Chan

    Have you ever felt a lack of excitement or awe about what God has done for you? For those of us who have been following Christ for some time, this can be a common experience. Francis Chan invites us to meditate on God’s incredible grace that takes us from being dead in our sins to being seated with Christ.

    24 June 2024, 9:16 pm
  • 1 hour 15 seconds
    A Powerless Cross | Francis Chan

    When you hear someone preach a powerful message, what is it that moves you? The personality of the speaker? Or maybe the illustrations or stories that were told? In this week’s teaching, Francis Chan pulls us away from these external motivations and brings our hearts back to the simplicity and true power of Christ and Him crucified.

    17 June 2024, 4:10 pm
  • 53 minutes 34 seconds
    Offensive Truth (Ephesians Pt. 6) | Francis Chan

    There’s a tendency that many of us face when reading scripture to skip over those passages that may be difficult to understand or offensive to our modern-day culture. Francis Chan focuses on Ephesians chapter 2 and shows us how worshipping God for all of His attributes makes the Good News even better.

    10 June 2024, 9:29 pm
  • 35 minutes 44 seconds
    Praying Like Paul (Ephesians Pt. 5) | Francis Chan

    When was the last time you prayed for the members of your church? And do you remember what you prayed for? In this week’s teaching, Francis Chan continues his series through the book of Ephesians, and highlights Paul’s desire for the church to receive a deeper revelation of God’s eternal blessings.

    3 June 2024, 6:14 pm
  • 28 minutes 54 seconds
    More Than Words | Francis Chan

    For many of us that have grown up in the church, it’s easy to have all the right answers when it comes to our faith. In this week’s teaching, Francis Chan challenges us to examine our relationship with God to make sure what we believe is not just head knowledge but a deep understanding of the Father’s love and the grace He’s given to us in Christ.

    27 May 2024, 10:00 am
  • 33 minutes 18 seconds
    Feeling What God Feels | Francis Chan

    We live in a culture that is filled with distractions and constant stimulation, and it’s easy to grow numb to the things that truly matter. In this week’s teaching, Francis Chan shares about the loss of a personal mentor and the importance of living a simple life with a heart that beats for the things of God.

    21 May 2024, 12:46 am
  • 39 minutes 44 seconds
    Our Inheritance in Christ (Ephesians Pt. 4) | Francis Chan

    Many of us were brought up with a mindset that says, “If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” But that mentality can also impact the way we read scripture. In this week’s teaching, Francis Chan combats the lies from the enemy that cause us to doubt the promises of God and the glorious inheritance that we have in Christ.

    13 May 2024, 7:37 pm
  • 40 minutes 41 seconds
    God Is the Subject (Ephesians Pt. 3) | Francis Chan

    If you’re being honest, how much of your life do you prefer to have control? Most of us would probably say a good portion. In this week’s teaching, Francis Chan reminds us of the plan that God put into motion before the foundation of the world and how He chose us to be the objects of His grace.

    7 May 2024, 12:08 am
  • 37 minutes 58 seconds
    Blessed in the Beloved (Ephesians Pt. 2) | Francis Chan

    If someone were to ask you, “How has the Lord blessed you?” what would be your first response? In this week’s episode, Francis Chan continues walking through the book of Ephesians, urging us to value God’s ultimate gift - Jesus Christ, the Beloved - above all other blessings.

    29 April 2024, 3:57 pm
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