The Bible Question: Fact or Fiction?

I often hear skeptics argue that the Bible is not true. It’s just a mythological book that a bunch of people made up with no historical validity. These opinions may be rampant today, but they are not grounded in truth. There is strong evidence suggesting the Bible is historically trustworthy. I will provide just a... Continue Reading →

What Jesus thought about Women in the Bible

Christianity elevated the status of women more than any other religious or political system during the first century. Jesus’ disciples included several women (Luke 8:1-3), a practice very rare among the rabbis of his day. Not only that, but Christ’s first recorded disclosure of his own identity as the true Messiah was made to a woman (John 4:25-26). This... Continue Reading →

The Dieography of Christ

"If Christ didn't rise from the dead, we of all people are most to be pitied." - Apostle Paul  Daniel Webster was a leading American Senator from Massachusetts during the period leading up to the Civil War. He participated in important U.S. Supreme Court cases, which bolstered the authority of the Federal government. His biography,... Continue Reading →

Extending Grace in a Culture of Revenge

There are 5 members of my family. I have two older brothers, Tyson and Brian. They are both in the medical field working as doctors. My father made his living as a Physical Therapist and business owner while my Mom stayed at home. I had a great experience growing up. My family demonstrated mercy, forgiveness,... Continue Reading →

The Parable of the other Prodigal Son

Read Luke 15:11-32. Meditate on this scripture passage for 20 minutes and ask yourself: What is the main idea? What are good questions to ask? How can I apply this story to my life? Main Idea (s) 1. The story of the Prodigal Son is in a series with two other like-minded parables, the lost sheep and... Continue Reading →

Sharing the Gospel Never Returns Void

In the spring of 1992, a fourth-grade class from Portland, Maine was being taught about ocean currents. During one lesson, their teacher, Pamela Trieu, spoke about the Gulf Stream and how it flows along the East Coast and rotates around Europe. After the lesson, the kids came up with an innovative idea. They exclaimed, “Let’s... Continue Reading →

What Is The Judgment Of God For Sin?

  "If we deliberately keep on sinning after we have received the knowledge of the truth, no sacrifice for sins is left, but only a fearful expectation of judgment and of raging fire that will consume the enemies of God (Heb. 10:26-27)."  The text is not declaring that if you sin once after receiving the knowledge of the truth,... Continue Reading →

Warning Signs from God

"For if we go on sinning deliberately after receiving the knowledge of the truth, there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins, but a fearful expectation of judgment, and a fury of fire that will consume the adversaries (Heb. 10:26-27)."  Warning signs. We see them every day. On the road. How many of you had... Continue Reading →

What is a mission statement? Both Christians and non-Christians talk about this concept. Businesses think through missions. The Coca-Cola mission statement is to refresh the world, inspire moments of optimism, and to make value and difference in the world. Armies strategize their missions to protect and serve their country. Ordinary people may say their mission... Continue Reading →

What is the Kingdom of God and Why Does it Matter?

The Kingdom of God is a key theme Jesus taught in the New Testament. The word Kingdom appears 162 times and is predominant in the synoptic gospel of Matthew. Oxford scholar R.T. France states: "Some scholars see it as a Christian lifestyle, some as a method of world evangelization, some as the rediscovery of charismatic gifts,... Continue Reading →

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