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Turning Point

with Dr. David Jeremiah

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Turning Point with Dr. David Jeremiah

Turning Point's 30-minute radio program is heard on more than 2,200 stations worldwide. In recognition of Dr. Jeremiah’s commitment to teaching the Word of God, he received the Broadcaster of the Year Award in 1999 from the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), in August 2002, received the Award of Merit from the Western Chapter of National Religious Broadcasters for Excellence in Broadcasting and Faithfulness in Service, and in 2006 Turning Point received the Best Radio Teaching Program Award.

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Life's Ups and Downs, Part 2

The crazy twists and turns of your life might remind you of a roller coaster, but the good news is: you don’t have to ride it alone. Dr. David Jeremiah offers a welcome reminder that God is always with you, just as He was for King David through every peak, every valley. 

Life's Ups and Downs, Part 1

Why do we appreciate those brief moments when life is smooth sailing? Because we know more choppy waves and angry storms will soon be coming our way. Dr. David Jeremiah considers the highs and lows of life, and how we can rely on God to get us through them all. 

A Desert Psalm, Part 2

We all love those “mountaintop” experiences, when we feel closest to the Lord and overflow in His joy. But sometimes we find ourselves in the hot, dry desert. Then what? Dr. David Jeremiah shares a strategy for dealing with those difficult days in the desert, as expressed by King David. 

A Desert Psalm, Part 1

God considered David to be a man after His own heart, yet he still endured trials throughout his life. What does that mean for you, in your times of trouble? Dr. David Jeremiah suggests the key to God’s blessing is less about your problems and more about your perspective. 

Worship in Times of Trouble

What’s your first response in times of crisis? If you answered “worship,” you’re probably in the minority. But that doesn’t have to be the case. Dr. David Jeremiah opens the Psalms to reveal that the more personally you know God, the more natural it is to worship Him – in good times and in hardship.