Many people, including Christians, wonder what life is all about. A careful reading of the Bible reveals this life isn’t about this life.
Should we expect God to do everything for us, or is there some level at which we get involved? Is working with God possible in our everyday activities?
A great way to make the Bible relevant to daily life and transform one’s thinking is to make biblical truths personal through scriptural confession.
Increase the range and effectiveness of prayer time by including these prayer recommendations for America, local economy, other Christians and your region.
Based on Psalms 23 and 103, this statement of daily thanksgiving helps us enter God’s presence with gratitude for who he is and what he does.
This is a statement of worship of our awesome God, who is absolutely unique, the only true God, and worthy of all honor and glory and praise.
Non-Christians are becoming increasingly intolerant of what and who we represent, and are beginning to criticize, ridicule and harass us openly.
Does it matter what our attitude is toward people who hurt or offend us, even if we don’t do anything to them? Does our unforgiveness actually affect anyone?
One of the blessings of our covenant with God is protection and deliverance from anything that might harm us, which makes supernatural physical health possible.
We can teach young people about stewardship of money by providing a simple financial planning system and helping them use it; and using the plan ourselves.
What did Jesus mean when he said we should love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength?
Taking God’s name in vain isn’t about using it as a profanity or swear word, but doing something many Christians do without realizing it.
These are some things that deeply disturb me regarding Christians (including myself) and the ineffectiveness of the American church.