In recent years, humanity’s unresponsive disinterest in God has been considered by some to be the personal choice of rational thinkers. Others have considered it to be the result of the Church’s failure to remain relevant in a modern world. But is the problem really that simple? Could the root issue lie much further below […]
Their are two kinds of people in our world, those who grumble and those who are grateful people. Those who are prone to grumble often do so out of a deep sense of unhappiness, while those who are grateful often live from a deep sense of gladness. And perhaps it is those who know the […]
We all want to be blessed, don’t we? It’s natural human tendency to want what’s best for ourselves. The Good News is that God wants what’s best for us too. He even went so far as to secure for us every blessing we need in and through Jesus Christ so that we might in turn […]
Many people have a religious background, but they haven’t experienced true conversion because they have never trusted Jesus for themselves. It is, however, only in Christ that a person can experience the life that God offers those who believe. This life is found, not in the religious works that we do, but in the work […]
Everything we need to know about God can be known through Jesus Christ. He makes God known to all people, regardless of ethnicity, nationality, race, gender, socio-economic class, religious background or political affiliations. His message of salvation is available to anyone who will receive it.
There seems to be a deep human longing to make sense of life. Every man-made philosophy and worldview is an attempt to understand the nature of reality. Thankfully, Jesus has come as a light shining in the darkness, giving those who believe in him eyes to see and know God.
When Jesus rose from the dead, he gave all who believe in him access to the Father. When he ascended into the heavens, he sent his Holy Spirit to empower believers to be his witnesses. It is with the help of the Spirit of God that believers find power to live for God.
Becoming a Christian is a lot like being born again. The Spirit gives life to our souls, just as our mother’s gave life to our bodies. It is through the inner work of the Holy Spirit that a person is born to a whole new spiritual life in Christ.
Religious freedom is something that has been taken for granted by many American’s over the course of the last millennia. When America was predominantly influenced by Christianity, there were few who had the voice to suggest that Christianity’s influence be kept to the margins. Now that the U.S. is quite religiously diverse, politically polarized and […]