Take a front row seat at Hillsong Conference and explore Bible-based teaching with fresh insight and truth. Join guests such as T.D. Jakes, John Maxwell, Joseph Prince, Joyce Meyer, Joel Osteen and Hillsong's Global Senior Pastors Brian & Bobbie Houston.
We hear from Pastor Bobbie Houston and Judah Smith as they talk around the theme, “Speak. We’re listening”. What is God saying in this day and age? What does it look like for the church to truly listen, and then to act!
Pastor Jentezen Franklin talks about hearing God’s voice when we're young and following it throughout our life. It's important to follow through on what we hear while we are young, and develop a life of spiritual maturity.
God doesn't need us… He wants us. Joel Houston encourages us to be vulnerable and honest before God in his message titled, “Tell the Truth”. Embracing what God has done for us is the best thing we can do for Him.
Bishop T.D. Jakes delivers this inspirational message titled, “Memoirs of a blind man” – the story of blind Bartimaeus, who rose and came to Jesus. We are challenged to get up and walk towards Jesus despite our circumstances.
We hear from both Pastors Brian & Bobbie Houston in this powerful episode. Bobbie speaks on “Thy Kingdom come” and Brian “Christ is enough”. The message of Jesus is enough! We don't need to add anything or question our salvation.
Pastor Charles Nieman delivers an uplifting message for those who are in a hard season of life. Charles shares about the death of his wife, what kept him going and how he recovered. Charles uses the story of King David as an illustration.
Judah brings his signature brand of humour and passion, as he unpacks the scripture John 3:16, by looking at God's real love in action through the story of Hosea from the Old Testament. Hosea's love was tested in one of the worst ways imaginable, and Judah shares some powerful insights that will ...
Carl unpacks Psalm 23, and inspires us to put our trust in the Good Shepherd. The Good Shepherd corrects and the Good Shepherd protects. It's humbling to think of ourselves as sheep! But Carl illuminates why having a shepherd is so essential.