In this Issue: Why All the Anger?, The Godly Man’s Role and Influence, Peer Pressure Insecurities, Is it Possible to Lose Your Salvation?, God—The First (and Last) Cause, CEO's in the Church?, and more.
May Christians divorce? If so, may a divorced Christian remarry? If it wrong to do either, how should Christians relate to people who are divorced and/or remarried? This sermon endeavors to answer those questions by going to the Word of the One who designed marriage.
In an era of politically active churches and religious organizations, Christians need to ask the question: “Are church and state truly compatible?” There are intrinsic, irreconcilable differences, including its purpose, structure and method of control.
In this article, we are called to look at our lives in relation to God's Word. Are we trees of righteousness, the planting of the Lord; or are we leaning, falling trees that are allowing the culture around us to erode our roots?.
We all have a dress code, developed either by design—or default. The Bible gives an objective standard by which to define modesty. No surprise, because the Author of the Bible was the Originator and Designer of clothing.
The people of the world are mostly concerned with themselves and making sure they have a good life. As the children of God we are called to be separate from the world and its drives and passions. How does God want this separation to look in real life?
How does a conservative, nonresistant Christian respond when asked to pledge allegiance to the United States flag? Don’t they represent another country?