What happens after we die? Is there such a thing as life after death? Death is inescapable so let's take time to explore these intriguing questions.
When it comes to our eternal destiny, each of us has an important choice to make. Do we accept Jesus and join Him in Heaven, or deny Him and spend eternity in torment?
For those of us who’ve grown up in the church, it can be easy to think we’ve learned all we can from the Bible.
Perhaps you’ve read the Bible cover to cover, you’ve memorized the key verses, but have you let the Scriptures affect the way you live?
It’s not always easy to put God’s Word into practice in our lives. Take a practical look at the life-changing Scriptures.
Whether you have a lot of money, or a little, you may be tempted to let your checkbook control your life. Discover help from the Scriptures to adjust your perspective.
Our culture praises those who have accumulated wealth and prestige, but in God’s economy, money is looked on very differently.
The graveyard gives a sense of permanency. To the casual observer, death represents the end of the long road of life. The grave isn’t the last stop on our journey! There’s hope ahead.
We get into dangerous territory when we look to the New Testament to find out what lies beyond death’s door.
How many choices do we make each day? Hundreds? Perhaps thousands? No matter how many options you sort through every hour, there’s one that will define your life.
Jesus said, Blessed are the poor because theirs is the kingdom of heaven. But what does that mean to our generation? How can we reconcile Jesus’ words with our money-hungry culture?