How should a Christian square his/her biblical worldview when voting? This post explores the question of what voting your conscience means biblically.
This post addresses whether Jesus died on the cross and survived the crucifixion. Many people would argue that understanding this proves His divinity.
There comes a time in the life of every believer when answers to previously settled questions need to be re-answered, answered better: fuller, deeper, and clearer. Here’s how to fight the skeptic mind.
We struggle with doubt, death, debt, destruction, and disease and, we think that all of it is somehow to makes us stronger: stronger beasts of burden. And then the cycle repeats itself all over again. How many times have we left something at the altar in prayer just to go and take it back again before leaving for home?
As Christians, it is our High Calling to bring this message of the torn Veil to our brethren…and to the world. Here’s why it’s important to teach the message of the torn Veil.
The world will always find something wrong with Christians and Christianity. The problem is that we, as Christians, should do our very best to be, as the Apostle Paul wrote in his letters, “beyond reproach”. We need to take sin seriously in our church.
These days, it seems like these days “forever” no longer has any meaning. Statements like “for richer or poorer” are hedged by prenuptial agreements, and “til death do us part” just means “while this sensation lasts”. Let examine marriage in the era of cheap love.
There are more broken homes, broken dreams, lives, spirits, minds, and hearts than you can ever imagine. Within one generation we went from “Father knows best” to “Married with Children” and ended up at “Modern Family”. Here are 2 ways men are failing their families and why there is hope.
In these difficult times, where the world, the flesh, and the mind are thinking and talking about anything and everything but God. What do you do when the healing doesn’t come; when the night is too long when the pain is too great?