The conclusion of Danny's interview with Rear Admiral Endel Lee.
Danny interviews Rear Admiral Endel Lee. (Part 1)
Danny discusses Nehemiah's completion of the Jerusalem Wall and also touches on some important current events.
Danny discusses the surprising challenges of prosperity using the strong Christian examples of Nehemiah, Orville Rogers, and James Cash Penny.
Danny shares an encouraging message of inspiration to persevere, whether it be in attaining our goals or enduring times of trial.
Danny discusses some of Nehemiah's specific leadership strategies that enabled him to lead effectively.
Danny talks about the wonderful things that happened on the second half of his mission trip to Germany.
Danny gives us an update from Germany about the exciting things that have happened on the trip so far.
In this special Easter episode, Danny discusses three of Jesus's parables that illustrate the extent to which He pursues the lost and how we as Christians should engage with the lost.
Danny takes a break from his series on Nehemiah to discuss Compassion; both the concept and the international ministry.
Danny discusses how to confront discouragement when our plans come under attack.
Danny discusses how Nehemiah and the Wall Builders confronted opposition, and how we can do so in our modern time.
Danny takes a break from the ongoing Nehemiah study to share some updates and news about himself, his family, and his ministry.
Danny takes a look at people often passed over without notice, but worthy of recognition.
Need leadership skills? Nehemiah is a great example to imitate. This episode delves into his preparation, motivation, and how he dealt with opposition.
Danny discusses God's guidance and favor in the life of Nehemiah and how to recognize and appreciate God's guidance in our own lives.
Danny discusses the model for prayer laid out for us by Nehemiah, and how constantly growing our relationship with God is crucial to being a good leader.
Danny reflects on 2016 and shares encouragement and hope for 2017.
Danny picks up where he left off last week in his discussion of discipleship.