Believers Need to Keep Looking Upby Dr. Henderson Ward 9/02/2014 / Christian Living
Sometimes we are in a quandary and really don't know where to look. Truth be told there is no better place to look, when things are as bad as they are, than towards heaven as we shall see.
Understanding The Spiritual Law Of Tithingby Ngozi Nwoke 9/02/2014 / Christian Living
What is tithing? Are we to tithe in this present dispensation? These and many more are the questions bugging the hearts of many Christians. And this article is aimed at answering these questions and throwing some light on this spiritual law of tithing.
God Rewards Diligent Labourers In His Vineyardby Ngozi Nwoke 9/02/2014 / Christian Living
Are there prayer requests that you diligently want God to answer? Do you know that God rewards those that diligently seek Him? Many people are serving God but it seems as if God is not looking their direction to meet their needs. This article gives the reason(s) why they may be hindered from receiving their heart desires from God and the solution.
Contentmentby Teresa Schultz 9/02/2014 / Poetry
I had just listened to a podcast on contentment and felt very convicted when I wrote this poem.
Days of Oldby Pam Ford Davis 9/02/2014 / Politics
Currently, writers of textbooks are excluding the majority of this historical fact."
And then there was Sinby Jack Vorster 9/01/2014 / Christian Living
It took several words in the Garden of Eden to plunge mankind into darkness, but it took just one Word to reverse the process.
The Consistent Christianby J. Rubino 9/01/2014 / Christian Living
The bible shows us seven ways to remain consistent in our walk with Christ. This article details each.
Duel Roleby Pam Ford Davis 9/01/2014 / Devotionals
"In the Bible, the LORD God is both merciful landlord and rescuer..."
WORD OF FAITH IS FOUND WANTINGby Jeffrey Hagan 8/31/2014 / Christian Apologetics
The Word of Faith movement continues to spread its way through Christianity like a cancer. This article reveals some of the WOF heresies in hopes to reveal truth to those who may have become involved with these teachers.
Fickle Feelingsby Taylor Cummings 8/30/2014 / Devotionals
"Feelings are fickle". This is probably a phrase you've heard many times in your life. I share how I needed to get my eyes off of my ever changing feelings and place them on my never changing God.
LAWLESS CHRISTIANITY? WHERE?by Jeffrey Hagan 8/30/2014 / Christian Living
Being condemned for focusing on the grace of God seems to be a popular thing these days. People cry out that it leads to lawless living, however, this is not the case.
On the Meaning of Mercy-Part 2 "Blood, Blood Everywhereby William Ryzek 8/30/2014 / Christian Living
Propitiation, propitiary, mercy-seat; these words all have something in common, namely the shedding of blood explicitly displayed in the sacrificial system of the Old Testament described in Exodus and Leviticus and by the sacrifice of Jesus in the New.
So You Want to Be Our Friend?by Jennifer Mobbs 8/29/2014 / Christian Apologetics
We only allow you to see what we want you to see; our hearts are waxed cold and hardened by our own lusts and our rejection of the truth.
Does Faith Lead to Regeneration or Regeneration to Faith?by Max Aplin 8/29/2014 / Salvation
Some Christians claim that God regenerates people, i.e., gives them a Holy Spirit-empowered, supernatural form of life, and this leads to their having faith in Christ. In fact, the Bible teaches that faith in Christ leads to regeneration; God responds to faith by regenerating. Saying that regeneration leads to faith causes problems.
The Holy Spirit? Really?by Robert Siple 8/27/2014 / Christian Living
How is it then that so many Christians have seemed to develop a behavioral propensity to publicly exclaim credit onto the Holy Spirit for every minuscule detail within their lives which they have deemed as being a good thing? Or, to use the Christian vernacular, "a blessing'.
Book Review: The Holiness of God By R.C. Sproulby Chris Gambrell 8/27/2014 / Book Reviews
In my pursuit of reformed theology and the covenant of Grace, I was encouraged to pick up this book by a few online friends. While I admit that I was never really a big fan of R.C. Sproul, I really enjoyed this book. This book is enlightening to what it means for God to be holy.
BEWARE OF "TIME STEALERS"by Daniel Dela Dunoo 8/27/2014 / Christian Living
This piece deals with the subject of time management but looks at it from an unconventional approach as may be ascertained from the title of the article. "Time stealers" are identified and ways of dealing with them are proffered amongst others. Happy read!
THE PROPHETIC MINISTRY EXPLOREDby Daniel Dela Dunoo 8/27/2014 / Church Life
This articles deals with the subject of the prophetic ministry and seeks to make a case for its relevance. It has Ghana as its context and may be adapted to suit the global context. This piece promises to be informative and instructive.
SPIRIT-LED INTERCESSIONby Daniel Dela Dunoo 8/27/2014 / Christian Living
This piece deals with the subject of Spirit-led intercession with the intent of showcasing the nature, purpose, potency and urgency of Spirit-led intercession in the life of the believer.
DOES PRAYER WORK?by Daniel Dela Dunoo 8/27/2014 / Christian Living
This is a brief but informative article on the subject of prayer that seeks to encourage believers in their prayer lives. A vivid example of the life and ministry of George Muller is narrated to make a case for prayer.
FUNNY QUESTIONS WITH 'NO' ANSWERSby Dr Surya Kumar Daimari 8/27/2014 / Marriage
Two loving hearts meet together at Pink Park. John, the 'Hi Handsome' talks to 'curly haired Pretty with two muted eyes'. Pretty talks less but she is straightforward and does no compromise with the world in loving Jesus and her John no less. Listen to their conversation
Medal Of Honorby Debra Burgess 8/26/2014 / Christian Living
In the U.S. military there is a medal given for acts of valor.Today I also contemplate the unrecognized heroes. Honor is a medal itself...
Christian Poetsby louis gander 8/26/2014 / Poetry
We love, remember, reminisce -
God's Christian poets who we miss...
but will, in Heaven, together be,
to praise again in poetry~!
Are You a Crumb Picker?by Dot Hannah 8/25/2014 / Devotionals
A tail is beneath the table eating crumbs, a crumb picker. The Father is not a respecter of persons and has a lavish feast prepared, but the tail doesn't believe he is free to partake.
The Witnessby Steve Countryman 8/25/2014 / Christian Living
I witnessed first hand His handy work and that became my testimony! What is so amazing is that God does answer my prayers on a regular basis both big and small. He does so because He wants to be involved and included in every part of our daily lives! I am slowly learning to let God be God in me, to me, with me, for me and through me daily.
Refocusby stephanie reck 8/25/2014 / Christian Living
What has caught your attention lately? Have you been more concerned with the cares of this world, other people's problems, or on difficult circumstances? Maybe you have been in a long spiritual battle and it has kept most of your time and attention. Whatever the reasons, you have lost your focus on Jesus.
An Act of Father Abraham by Olawale Ogunsola 8/24/2014 / Bible Studies
Sometimes it takes careful examinatin to see the truth of a matter especially when it is a spiritual one. So it is with Father Abraham. Was Sarah Abraham's wife or sister?
Humilityby Sue Darling 8/23/2014 / Christian Living
People who are humble are very beautiful and strong. They are not weak and they win many favours from God.
STOP CREEPINGby Helen Murray 8/23/2014 / Christian Living
(Road signs in Australia thus remind us to keep the speed legal). In Christian Life we need to be aware when we are creeping out from the Holy Spirit dimension into our own patterns of living. Even churches can easily fall out in this manner without noticing.
Design Perfect Chaos!by Fergus Davar 8/23/2014 / Poetry
This is a poem is on the subject of chaos, which I had submitted for a secular publication and it was rejected. The poem helps you see that everything of God, by God, for God... true Theocracy (Rom 11:36).
That's Not My Life Anymoreby Taylor Cummings 8/22/2014 / Devotionals
Have you ever found yourself wounded? In this devotional, I share how God recently helped me see how one of my wounds had turned into a scar. It no longer hurt.
Does God "Hate" You?by Joy Chiasson 8/22/2014 / Devotionals
Does God Hate You?
We see a word used in our time "hater". I don't know about you but, I would think this would make Jesus wonder about our motives and our thoughts. As we spew these negative names do we think like Jesus or are we caught up in what the world thinks.
Take No Offenceby Chris Gambrell 8/22/2014 / Relationships
In today's world, we seem to offend people rather easily. We've possibly offended or hurt someone's feelings, whether it was intentional or not; sadly, people sometimes say and do things that are careless, blunt, insensitive or even mean-spirited. While we can't control the intentions or behavior of others, we can determine how we will act. We can choose not be offended.
THE WORLD IS IN A MESS.by Dr. Henderson Ward 8/22/2014 / Politics
In broad daylight, in front of the cameras, an innocent America is beheaded right before our eyes. This world is truly in a mess and believers need to get involved.
Watch Your Wordsby Susan Ferguson 8/22/2014 / Devotionals
Words can powerful. They can encourage or tear down. With the help of the Holy Spirit, we can resist the temptation to sin with our words.
The Pen is Mightier than the Swordby Dr Surya Kumar Daimari 8/22/2014 / Writing
"The pen is mightier than the sword",- should be the guiding principle of our life and society. The pen, what I understand, is a symbolic of a good literature. A good literature , on the other hand, means the literature that reaches the level of sophistication , both beauty and odor in the form of poetry or story, novel or history etc.. Literature is one of the most integral part of our Christian life and ministry. We should take the privilege of it. Through this art of literature we can tell the love of Jesus and bring deliberate changes in the whole world
Submission of Christian Wivesby Joy Chiasson 8/21/2014 / Marriage
Submission is not slavery. It is of your obedience to Christ that you will bring yourself to submission under your own husband when you accept Jesus as your Savior. This is right in the sight of our Lord. What does submission mean for us women?
Desirable Materialsby Olawale Ogunsola 8/21/2014 / Parenting
Many parents who find faults in their children's behavior hold peers' influence responsible. Is every flaw as a result of this?
Christians That Get Entangledby stephanie reck 8/21/2014 / Christian Living
We are called to be Holy and to live righteously before God. We are also called to be a light in this dark world, but what happens when you become entangled in helping others?
Get My Drift?by Pam Ford Davis 8/21/2014 / Devotionals
"Sometimes, I do not make my messages clear ; the hearer or reader is clueless to its meaning."
What Should the Dress Code Be for Sunday Services?by Max Aplin 8/20/2014 / Worship
There are pros and cons to dressing well and to dressing casually for Christian Sunday services. Having at least some people present who are casually dressed helps to make poor people, who only wear casual clothes, feel welcome.
Judge Notby Steve Countryman 8/19/2014 / Christian Living
What we all do at some point in time is to judge those who we plan on blessing. We evaluate their needs and decide if they are worthy of our help or advice. Does their need require my involvement? How much should I get involved? Will they appreciate my help? Can't they see how badly they are messing up? Can I afford the time necessary to help them? Will this cost me anything to help them? If I help them, what's in it for me?