As we’ve already hinted to, the resurrection of Jesus Christ is just as much a historical certainty as any other, and more heavily documented than any other in history. In fact, it has only become trendy and chic to doubt the resurrection in the last few hundred years, with the advent of the “enlightenment”. Here’s an analysis of these arguments.
We want to keep Jesus at a distance. We want to be close enough for salvation, we just don’t want to get any of Him on us. After all, Jesus wouldn’t want us to be uncomfortable, would He?
The noise of chains can remind us and exhaust us of the weight of addictions. Addictions are any “inordinate appetite” that robs us of true satisfaction. We all are addicted to something, unfortunately, few take it seriously.
This post addresses whether Jesus died on the cross and survived the crucifixion. Many people would argue that understanding this proves His divinity.
The message is, “Repent and believe in the gospel.” What exactly is the gospel? If you’re new to following Jesus, this can be confusing. Let’s start by clearing up what the Gospel is and isn’t.
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.
There is so much uncertainty all around us. Changes are no fun for anyone. This is our time as a church to minister life and eternal hope to those around us.
Our culture has shifted our understanding of what weak or strong means. Jesus says it is not those who extol a worldly understanding of strength that will inherit the earth, but rather the meek. What does Jesus say the meek will inherit the earth?
Sure, you know who Jesus is. After all, you go to church every weekend because you know it’s important to your spouse or family. When it comes to God, knowing about simply isn’t enough. What matters to Jesus is that we know who He is, on a personal level and here is a post to learn how.
A pivotal believer is not one with a hero complex. They are reliant on the Lord and their training. Prayerful, intentional and focused. It is a ministry not based on personality or ability but reliance on the Holy Spirit.