Alone and cold in a German prison, Dietrich Bonhoeffer wrote: “I think we are going to have an exceptionally good Christmas.” As I sit in warmth and comfort, I wonder at his words.
Archives for 2013
What one particular husband thinks that other husbands might appreciate him telling their wives.
Everything you need to kick start your study of Ephesians: discussion questions, bible study tools, maps, charts, key words and podcasts.
Paul writes to instruct and exhort believers as to the full ramifications of their relationship with Jesus Christ, including what Christ accomplished on their behalf and the appropriate change in their lifestyle as a response.
The day our cat died our daughter changed her Facebook status to “starting over from the end of the world.”
The psalmist asked, why do the wicked prosper while the good suffer? In his first letter, the Apostle Peter answers that question.
To compare roles is to count paper clips. Neither is a valid measure of our worth.
Though he is uncelebrated by history, without Barnabas — you could argue — there would have been no Apostle Paul, no John Mark and no Gospel of Mark.
Evangelist Billy Graham has filmed a public message to air on national television on November 7 – his 95th birthday – a rare and possibly final opportunity to see the man dubbed “America’s Pastor.”
How can the apostle John say love is a mark of believers and hate is a mark of non-believers? Even a cursory examination reveals that believers hate and non-believers love.
When I was a new Christian, I told another believer that I was struggling with controlling my temper. She told me that I was not a genuine Christian because if I was, I wouldn’t sin. If she is right, not only was I not a Christian then — I still am not a Christian now. When you discover two very different interpretations of the Bible, how do you decide who’s right?
How do you recognize a group which claims to represent genuine, apostolic Christianity but in reality does not? Here are 5 questions that separate “the sheep” from “the wolves.”
I blog frequently on tips and tools for improving your Bible study skills, but what about discernment when listening to others?
If a local church developed a schism such that it divided into opposing camps, both camps might be tempted to judge the other side using 1 John 2:9-:11. But the Apostle John did not write these verses to be a club to condemn each other.
Even the best couples are constantly working on their marriage. Join David & Krisan Marotta (married 31 years) as they examine what the Bible has to say about the commitment of marriage.