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Why is socialism so appealing to young Americans? Find out why they are embracing that which other countries are rejecting.
The Rapture will remove the Church from the earth before the Tribulation, but what about our pets? Will animals be left behind?
Some think the Rapture will happen in the fall, but there are many reasons to think it will occur in the late spring/early summer at Pentecost (Shavuot).
Our most popular video with 2 million views & thousands of comments. The bagpipes proclaim the grace of God in this moving tribute to wartime heroes.
How did Memorial Day get started? Why do we have this day as a holiday? Is it biblical to set aside a specific day to remember?
What does the Bible tell us about our passage from this life into eternity? Do angels take us to Heaven? Are they sent so we don’t go alone?
As we begin dealing with the aftermath of physical-distancing, we must consider the ongoing concerns about COVID-19 Is there joy in Covid-19?
When darkness dulls our hearing do we listen for the whispers in the sounds of silence? A popular song from decades ago echoes the closing words of a song from ancient times.
Suffering comes down to two choices. Both are based on your perspective. Which one do you choose? Will it make you better or bitter?
The “vertical and horizontal of the cross” is a way of defining justification and sanctification that helps us understand our relationship with God and man.
Sharing this TO ENCOURAGE EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE. During this time of COVID-19 we are apart, but we are still united in Spirit.
This new version of the Doxology that we all know and love will bless you. Take two minutes to praise the Father, Son, and Spirit. And rejoice in the gift of your salvation.
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.
Genesis 22 is the account of Abraham preparing to offer Isaac as a sacrifice. When God stopped his hand, God provided a ram. Why a ram instead of a lamb?
The corona virus is on the minds of all people worldwide. As God’s children we wonder why He has allowed COVID-19 to afflict us.
Let’s look at a case when God’s people faced an insurmountable enemy with no solution in sight. From this, what can we learn about COVID-19?
Pause to Pray: Join Alex McFarland (www.askalexonline.com) in praying for God’s deliverance from COVID-19.
saiah 43 offers insights and direction for Christians about COVID-19. What are Christians to think? And what are Christians to do?
In this time of confusion & uncertainty because of the Corona Virus, we must rightly remember that our God is sovereign over all things, including COVID-19.
Who Was St. Patrick and What Would He Think? No one can know for certain what St. Patrick might have thought about such festivities on a day that bears his name. However…
When life’s storms rage, there’s a calm to be found — and it’s a hope in your heart. That Hope is named Jesus. He will never leave or forsake you (Heb 13:5), so you will never walk alone.
Fear is a Liar
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.
Jesus spoke of two mysteries. Both Paul and John wrote about mysteries. So what are these mysteries we find in the Bible?
We know God is one God, but also three Persons. So how should we understand their individual works in creation and redemption?
In the biblical sense, what is really meant by the word “love?” Our culture often defines love in terms of emotion, but the Bible defines love differently.
The Four Loves, by C. S. Lewis, published in 1960, examines love from Christian and philosophical perspectives and explains the four Greek words for love.
Can we know how long Job did suffer? Consider the clues to understand the length, purpose, and result of Job’s suffering.
This year should be a year of great vision. With this year being 2020 we should all be desiring 20/20 vision. Let’s consider how we see Jesus.
Were people who lived before the cross saved by looking forward to the cross and those who lived after saved by looking back. Is this true?