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Paul was the most recognized travelling speaker of the Gospel at that time. The word tells us Paul was disturbed by what he saw when he came to Greece. There’s a lot we can learn from Paul’s time in Thessalonica that we can apply today when we log in to social media. Read on.
On Family Friday we join together to learn how to fight the good fight of faith. Our faith in our Lord Jesus and His teachings is what equips us, empowers us to win and to overcome the battles of life. Come join us.
Statistics show that 70% of American males attending a Christian church on a Sunday morning have looked at pornography within the past month. If you are one of them, here are 4 steps to pulverize pornography.
A worldly kingdom consists of family members, extended relatives and different people who impart royalty. They all have titles, positions, privileges, immunity and authority, being the royal representatives of His or Her Majesty. Read on..
As we read and study the parable of the sower in Luke 8:1-18, it is interesting that Jesus is making the comparison between a farmer sowing actual seed (that reaps physical food), and one who sows the Word of God into the heart of others (that reaps a spiritual harvest). And so one important question that we must ask ourselves, when it comes to sowing the Word the God, who is the sower? Read on.
We’ve all seen enough superhero movies lately. There’s always a situation or a villain causing doubt in the superhero’s mind. We see them struggle and doubt their identity or what they do. Yet we know their potential, what they can accomplish.
Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven. Therefore, whoever takes the lowly position of this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. And whoever welcomes one such child in My name welcomes Me.
Unfortunately, there are many Christians who lack interest in studying the Old Testament. I believe lack of spiritual understanding hinders us from going deeper. Read on.
Often we parade around wearing the full armour of God during times where we are not facing any significant battle, and yet when we find ourselves facing adversities and spiritual attacks from the enemy, we drop most of the armour and stand vulnerable before our attacker. Read on.