People want to see the scars and the wrinkles, not a façade. We don't need to have it all together to share Christ. Being authentic goes a long way.
I know whom I have believed, and am convinced that he is able to guard what I have entrusted to him until that day. - 2 Timothy 1:12
Is morality a matter of truth or of taste? Are good and evil, right and wrong merely subjective opinions of individuals or cultures? Don’t moral dilemmas prove that there are no moral absolutes? How do we know what is right and wrong? What role does God play, if any, in morality?
What historical evidence is there for the resurrection of Jesus?
Many of us obsess about God’s calling on our lives. We may wonder what kind of career God is leading us to; we dream about making a difference, about falling into the exact and concrete will of God. And when things don't fall into place like we think they should, we may wonder whether or not we even have a calling.
As with any relationship, developing a relationship with Jesus takes time and energy. Whether you've just decided to follow Jesus, or have recommitted your life to him, this series of four articles will lay a firm foundation to help you grow deeper in your relationship with Jesus.
Hell is always a highly unpopular topic. Yet, God did not hesitate to talk about his eternal plan to rid this world of every single trace of evil. Why is Hell necessary? Why is it good and just? Why is it horrifying? This series challenges you to think through these questions as a first step to understanding the need for God’s judgment.
If you've recently decided to commit your life to Jesus, you might be thinking, “Now what?” When you choose to follow Jesus, you don’t just have a new faith: you begin a relationship. But what does it mean to be in a relationship with God? What should you expect? And most importantly, how do you even begin to personally know the God of the universe? In this series, we’ll explore these and other questions to help you get started on this exciting adventure.