The great love chapter is 1 Corinthians 13. It speaks of Faith, Hope, and Love. But why is love said to be the greatest of the three?
There’s a 9/11 story that most have never heard. It’s a story of one who lives because another took his place. It’s a story of faith and hope. Watch now.
What about the keys of death and Hell? Did Satan have such power before Jesus’ death? What does the Bible say?
All Christians desire to see the face of God. But what will God look like? When we look at His face what will we see? Does the Bible tell us?
Do we need to overcome to go to Heaven? Does Revelation 3:5 suggest we do not have a secure promise of Heaven. How should we understand this verse?
Some claim that even the faith it takes to believe in Jesus, unto salvation, is given to us by God. Is that true? Is it given to some, but not to others?
The book, the Book of Life, and the Lamb’s Book are all mentioned in Scripture. How many books are there? What do we understand about these books?
We might not all be evangelists by vocation, but all Christians are called to evangelize and preach the gospel. It’s easier than you think. Find out now…
Sometimes it does feel like God is far away. But is God really far from us? And if not, why do we all experience a feeling of distance sometimes?
Two verses in the Bible seem to contradict each other. One says David killed Goliath, the other says it was Elhanan. Is there an error?
SHARE THE COLORS OF SALVATION WITH A CHILD! Or, take a minute today and remember the simplicity of the message of saving grace by which God saved your soul.
The Gospel accounts tell about the same things, but each differently. How should we understand God’s purpose & plan in revealing Jesus in the Gospels?
A shepherd uses a rod and staff — each for a specific purpose. Do you understand how the Lord’s rod and staff can comfort you as promised in Ps 23?
Most Christians know the 7 “I Am” statements of Jesus. But what about the 7 “I Wills”? The 7 “I Wills” are promises that every Christian should know.
The righteousness of Christ is given in salvation, but how is it given? Imputed, infused, or imparted? What does the Bible say?
Abba is commonly said to mean “daddy,” but does it really mean that? And should we pray, addressing God as “Father God”?
Shavuot is the second of three mandatory pilgrim feasts, celebrated on the 50th day after the barley harvest of Passover. The church calls it Pentecost. How should we understand the typology and symbolism of this feast? Is it prophetic?
If Christians are promised Heaven when they die, then why do some say a place called Purgatory exits? And what about the place of Limbo? What does the Bible say about these places?
There are core doctrines that all Christians must know and accept. What are they? IVDAR is an easy way to remember the doctrines of faith.
Hope can seem elusive sometimes, but it’s so vital to our walk by faith and our walk with God that we must understand it. Find out what it means to walk in hope.
Walking by faith is possible because we never walk alone. Read what it means to WALK WITH GOD and watch a moving video of “You’ll Never Walk Alone.”
We walk by faith, not by sight, and yet our faith is not blind. Sound confusing? So how should we understand walking by faith?
Some question whether Mark 16:9-20 should be in the Bible. It’s not there in some of the earliest manuscripts. Should Mark 16 end at verse 8?
Columbine – 20 years after one of the most horrific school shootings. Remember the precious lives that were lost that day and the testimony of faith from two of the victims.
An Easter Finger Puzzle: A fun way to teach children some key facts about the Last Supper, Good Friday, and Resurrection Sunday.
The Last Supper took place on what we call Maundy Thursday. What does that mean? What should we know about that night? Watch, The Basin and The Towel.
Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” refers to biblical history, but is it a God-honoring song? Does it reflect or contradict biblical accounts?
There’s a remez (hidden meaning) tucked in the words of Psalm 22. How does this psalm reveal Jesus as a worm?
Is Jeremiah 17:9 appropriate to apply to Christians? Wouldn’t it be a contradiction of what Christ has done for us?
Many have questions about how a virgin birth could occur. What do we know about it and why was it necessary?