Sometimes life brings us more questions than answers! Perhaps you’ve been struggling with a few questions of your own.
There are seasons in life that are just plain dull. We get into a routine day in and day out and boredom sets in. Let's examine how this can happen in our walk with God.
When you’re surrounded by questions without answers and difficult circumstances but no light at the end of the tunnel, it’s easy to become disillusioned with God.
If you were to imagine a king, a ruler that would come to set our nation free, what would he look like? Would he be wealthy? Have charisma? Be a spokesman who stands up for your rights?
Imagine growing up with Jesus. Seeing Him eat meals with His family and play with His brothers. You may start to wonder if He’s just an ordinary kid, or actually the King of Creation.
Two thousand years ago, on a dismal morning, the heart and soul of Christianity was found dying on a hillside. It was at Calvary, on the cross, where Jesus bore our sins.
Some believe that the resurrection of Jesus Christ was manufactured. A fanciful concept, dreamed up by theologians.
As followers of God, we strive to communicate the gospel in a clear and truthful manner. But sometimes it’s difficult to connect with someone from a different background other than yours.
The best way to reach someone with the good news of Christ is to understand where that person is coming from and meet them at that place.
Not everyone has an easy time accepting Christ’s sacrifice on the cross. For some, it’s difficult to embrace God’s ultimate plan. Perhaps you, or someone you love, has a hard time receiving God’s forgiveness.
Perhaps you, or someone you love, is having a difficult time accepting the truth of the Scriptures.
It’s not easy sharing your faith with others. Let's look back to ancient history, and help us understand the influence of a person’s worldview. Perhaps you’ve tried to share your faith with a friend but can’t seem to get their attention.
If you’ve lost a loved one, you know the heartache that comes during the holidays. Sometimes it’s all you can do to keep moving through the day. Discover the story of a man who moved from despair to faith.