Death is a source of fear for many people. It’s something none of us can avoid. And yet, Christ has conquered death! It’s a profound statement that deeply affects each of our lives.
For many, the future seems uncertain . . . and we struggle just to make it through today. Having difficulty seeing what lies ahead? Can’t see past the daily grind?
It’s never easy to lose a loved one. But if that person is a follower of Christ, you have hope that they have moved on to an even better place. Is the best life the one after death?
It isn’t easy to bounce back when tragedy strikes your life. Super Bowl winning football coach, Tony Dungy's (pronounced DUN-gee), inspiring story reminds us that God is faithful and loving even during the most tragic times.
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.
One person may see the evidence of Christ and start believing in Him, while another sees the same evidence and turns away. Let's unravel this two-sided mystery.
If we’re not paying attention, it’s easy for us to let things lose their significance. Sometimes we go through the motions, for instance, and miss celebrating the transforming power of Christ’s death on the cross.
Are you transformed, past, present, and future, because of the death and resurrection of Jesus? As you prepare your heart for Easter Sunday, join us for a special Good Friday message from Haddon Robinson.
For those who’ve grown up in the church, the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection may have become overly familiar. Sometimes we forget the magnitude of His suffering on the cross! Let's help restore the awe of Easter. We’re talking about “Malchus.”
Remember writing book reports for school? The first question you always had to answer was, “What is this book about?” Find out what the Bible is all about.