At times, we may deal with unkind comments, or unfair treatment, because of what we believe. But for the most part, we’re relatively free to practice our faith.
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.
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.
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.
In Matthew 28, verse 19, Jesus commands His followers to “go and make disciples of all nations.” Let's discuss the importance of bringing people in your community, and around the world, to the foot of the cross.
The term repentance is a sobering one. For some, it’s a reminder of past deeds long covered up. For others, it’s a refreshing reminder of the freedom found in a relationship with God.
If you’ve ever had a child wander off without your knowledge, you know the panic and fear that grips you as you search frantically for them, and the joy that comes once they have been found. Let's explore the parables of Jesus.
The stories Jesus told were more than entertainment. They were meaningful lessons, intended to teach people about God’s character and priorities.
We may never eradicate homelessness, feed the world’s hungry, or care for all the orphans of the world. But through simple actions, we can effect eternal change! Let's explore Mary’s encounter with Jesus in Mark 14.