How important should prayer be to the Christian? And what is the place of women in the church? The apostle Paul addresses both these questions in a letter to a younger preacher.
From the beginning, wherever the truth of the Gospel went, the voices of error followed soon after. Paul taught Timothy to overcome many various forms of error by godly living, faithful teaching, and self-discipline.
You can make the Bible say almost anything. Or you can let it speak for itself. Here are some practical ways to make sure that your opinions don't get in the road when you read the Bible.
Members of our churches have lost millions of dollars through fraudulent financial activities. These losses have far-reaching effects individually, upon our Christian witness, and upon our capacity to fund the work of God’s kingdom. Learn more about fraud, and how to be part of the solution.
Can God be in control of a world that seems to be out of control? When evil is called good and good is called evil, and the innocent suffer while the wicked triumph, we sometimes find God hard to understand. But pain, suffering, and bereavement can all be part of God’s perfect plan.
Something humanly incredible, divinely mysterious, and eternally significant occurred in the Incarnation of our Lord. Jesus became totally human while continuing to be 100% divine. By His sinless life, sacrificial death, and resurrection in a glorified body, He is worthy to be Lord of all!
"Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life." Though the Bible is remarkable in its origin, and in matters of medicine, science, history and prophecy; its revelation of Jesus and its life applications are its greatest gifts.
When there are so many religions and so many churches all claiming to be right, how can a person know the right way to heaven? This is an old question, and millions are still asking it.
Jesus has been under attack in our world for many years. I invite you to consider the first four verses of 1 John. These verses contend that Jesus Christ is the only way to God. Although much of our culture disagrees with this idea and poses clever arguments against it, this passage shows that Jesus
Life and liberty are the inheritance of the child of God. It is what God has promised those who surrender their lives to Him. What about “the pursuit of happiness”? Is it, like life and liberty, also something that the Bible tells us is the result of being part of the family of God?
In this newsletter: How Deep Are Your Roots?, Traits of the Self Life, Solar Eclipse, Mirror Mirror, Testimonies from Prison, and more.
In this newsletter: Walking in Truth, The Gospel of the Kingdom, Science in Creation: Numbers, and more.
In this Issue: A Mind to Understand Truth, How Can I Know God's Will?, Tools for Truthseekers, and more.
Is there a God that cares about what happens to man? Does He love mankind? Is He powerful enough to do anything He chooses? If so why is there so much suffering in this world? Why do some people seem blessed and others just struggle along? If He loves man so much why does life seem so unfair?