By Ngozi Nwoke Does it pay to be a Christian? What kind of life should a person expect having identified with Jesus? When people consider the Christian suffering, they shudder; but the truth is that Christians suffer for two basic reasons. This article explains these two reasons why Christians suffer. Remember the word that I said… Read More The Two Basic Reasons Why Christians Suffer
By Claudette Cleveland Most of us want to believe that we have invisible guidance and even intervention to help us get through the many perils of life. As children, we often play with imaginary friends as well as depend on a relative, Mom, Dad, Grandma, and Grandpa, to catch us when we stumble or tell us… Read More Not All Have Halos
The New Testament is that part of the Christian Bible dealing with the birth, teachings, living examples, miracles, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It is composed of the Four Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John), the “Acts of the Apostles,” “The Epistles” and the “Apocalypse of John.” Most scholars say most if not all… Read More The New Testament – An Invitation to True Greatness
By Marshall Hoffman Sometimes when I find myself wading in a river with nary a bite I think: ‘If I can’t even figure out where the wily trout is lurking, how can I solve the mysteries of life?’ Every respectable fly fisherman is supposed to be proficient in tying all the right knots. When I… Read More When Your Morality Squeezes All The Joy Out Of Life
By Family Foundation If God is in Control, Then Why…? By Craig Hill; 295 pages Regular Price: $15.00 Excerpt from Craig Hill’s Blog ‘Is the Devil God’s Agent?’ published on September 17, 2013. When you listen to some Christians speak about the tragedies of life, you might conclude that God uses the devil for our… Read More Is the Devil God’s Agent?
By Dr Kevin Ross Emery Several months ago, a friend approached me with a question. If I were to get up in front of a large audience and speak about something I thought would make their lives better, what would that subject be? For the last several years of my teaching and speaking career, my… Read More Living the Serenity Prayer
By Rhonda Jones Each morning, usually before day-break, I tread to my meditation spot, an overstuffed comfy green chair in the corner of my bedroom. Some mornings it’s cold and I just want to hide under my covers, but regardless of the conditions, eventually I make my way to my chair, light a candle, wrap myself… Read More Christian Meditation is Like a Shower of the Mind