Legends

Studies have suggested that while many in the Bible did extraordinary things, few finished their lives well, living up to their full potential in Christ. How can we live and die well?

Johnny Ward

July 30, 2017 • Brad Bowen

At four years old, Johnny was hospitalized for a leg that was ultimately amputated. He had to fight to do what came naturally to others. But although he had no interest in God, God had interest in him.

Jimmy Voyles

July 23, 2017 • Brad Bowen

Tragedy is inevitable, but what happens when it doesn't seem to stop? Jimmy Voyles questioned whether there was a God when he was young, but each painful circumstance brought him closer to God.

Bobby & Shirley Davis

July 16, 2017 • Brad Bowen

Life after divorce can be hard. But when God enters the picture, not only does He restore, but He also walks us through tragedy to find a renewed sense of vision and purpose.

Jack & Pat Wilson

July 9, 2017 • Brad Bowen

Jack and Pat Wilson moved to Germany during the Cold War era, and grew to know each other in these early years of their marriage. But their relationship with God really started with a wrapped package.

Introduction to series

2017 • July 2, 2017 • Brad Bowen

Studies have shown that few who start the Christian life finish life well at the end of their journey. What are ways we can follow Christ in such a way to finish life strong?

Martha Grice

June 26, 2016 • Martha Grice

In the early years of Heritage, Martha Grice helped shape and influence many of the early leaders. Her story is one of tragedy, danger, and ultimately obedience to the call of God.

Sam Whatley

June 19, 2016 • Sam Whatley

Sam Whatley was a leader in his church, and attended all of his life. But one encounter with Christ convinced him that he wasn't a follower. Then everything in his life began to change. Sam's story of meeting the king led to a newfound vision and passion in his life.

Leslee Baell

June 12, 2016 • Leslee Baell

Leslee's story of abuse, sadness, and loneliness could easily leave a person wounded and depressed. But her reaction to the reality of Christ changed everything.

Johnny Ray

June 5, 2016 • Johnny Ray

The story of Johnny Ray, one of our home-grown missionaries at Heritage Church. A story of love, war, death, and angels. Johnny had a heart attack at age 49, and his life began after he died.

Introduction to Finishing Well

2016 • May 29, 2016 • Brad Bowen

There are very few examples of people who throughout history finished well...people who endured to the end. Such people have a few attributes in common, and we would do well to learn from their example.

Part 4 - Wyolene Bivins

2015 • June 28, 2015 • Brad Bowen

How do you keep joy in the middle of painful circumstances, and even hope for the future? Wyolene Bivins shares her story of abuse, loss, and shame...but with redemption, power, and hope right in the middle of it all.

Part 3 - Bill Edwards

2015 • June 21, 2015 • Bill Edwards

Bill Edwards used to say that he didn't know any godly men growing up. After coming to know Christ, He made it his business to make sure no one he knew could say that ever again. Bill shares his story of faith, perseverance, transformation, and ultimately...redemption.

Part 2 - Jean Brown

2015 • June 14, 2015 • Jean Brown

Jean Brown is an example of what it's like to be in the process of finishing well. We take a moment to learn her story, and celebrate what God has done and is doing in her life.

Part 1 - Finishing Well

2015 • June 7, 2015 • Brad Bowen

Studies have suggested that while many in the Bible did extraordinary things, few finished their lives well, living up to their full potential in Christ. How can we live and die well?