Matthew 7:24 Matthew 7 Judging Others 7 “Judge not, that you be not judged. 2 For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and with the measure you use it will be measured to you. 3 Why do you see the speck that is in your brother's eye, but do not notice the log that is in your own eye?4 Or … Continue reading Matthew 7 and Psalm 40
What about those who have never heard about the Gospel of Jesus? Will they go to Heaven? These two questions are pondered deeply by many-a-heart when considering Christianity as a worldview for reality. And at the heart of this, when we dig deeper, is the question of whether God is both good and just. Per … Continue reading What About Those Who Have Never Heard?
AUTHOR Amy K. Hall WEBSITE http://www.str.org 2/15/2022 In last week’s post, I encouraged you to simply read the Bible repeatedly (as you’ve done with other lengthy book series you’ve enjoyed) in order to know it deeply and allow it to change you, so now I want to give you a more specific example of the benefits … Continue reading “Seeing God’s Love Is Central to Living the Christian Life” by Amy Hall
http://www.christiananswersforthenewage.org The article shared below was written by Marcia Montenegro and can also be found on the Christian Answers for the New Age (CANA) Facebook page. Formerally immersed in the New Age, Marcia is a Sister-in-Christ who lovingly endeavors to expose the dangers of New Age practices by utilizing a Biblical perspective. Marcia also has … Continue reading “Know Yourself Know God? THE CORRUPTION OF AUGUSTINE’S PRAYER” By Marcia Montenegro
“We often sacrifice others when we give them what they want, but we sacrifice ourselves when we give them what he or she needs.” - Frank Turek This statement by Christian Apologist, Frank Turek, during a Q&A at Grace Community Church in Sarasota, genuinely gave me reason to pause and pray… This hits home. How … Continue reading Truth in Love
Sis, do you need encouragement, today? Gary Habermas has some for you! In a recent message delivered by Dr. Gary Habermas to the Evangelical Philosophical Society, he provided 3 examples of how God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to His purposes: Peter, James, … Continue reading God’s Purposes: Peter, James, and Paul
This is an article written by Alisa Childers on behalf of TGC (videos included below) 6/6/2020 Glennon Doyle’s Untamed has captured the hearts and minds of American women, hovering around the #1 spot on The New York Times bestseller list since its release. From her roots as a Christian mommy blogger to her rise to fame as a successful author, speaker, … Continue reading “Untamed: The Gospel of Glennon Doyle” (Alisa Childers)
August 23, 2021 “When parents start to see the importance of teaching their kids apologetics (how to make a case for and defend the truth of Christianity), they often begin reading books but then feel stuck as to HOW to pass the knowledge on to their kids. At what age do you start? What if … Continue reading “Practical Tips for Teaching Kids Apologetics at Home” [Podcast #12] by Natasha Crain
When we approach the topic of “Women in Ministry,” whose authority are we seeking on the matter? Are we pursuing God’s guidance via the Scriptures (exegesis), or are we writing our perspective into the Bible (eisegesis)? Please take time to watch this video, along with the rest of the series, as Pastor Mike shares them … Continue reading Women in Ministry: What Does the Bible Say?
Written by Michael J Kruger via his website, http://www.michaeljkruger.com February 28, 2022 One of the benefits of studying church history is that you realize that Solomon was right: “There is nothing new under the sun” (Eccl 1:9). This proverb has certainly been proven true when it comes to different “versions” of Christianity that have popped … Continue reading What is “Progressive” Christianity? (Michael J. Kruger)