Christian Study: Why Homeschooling Might Be For You

by Pamela Rose Williams
Thumbnail image for Christian Study: Why Homeschooling Might Be For You

As parents one of the most important and sometimes difficult decisions that we make is what to do about school. My children are well beyond school age and in fact, some of them are raising their own children now. Even so, I wanted to share with you some of the reasons and even benefits of […]

Read the full article →

How Can Christians Fight Racial Prejudice?

by Jack Wellman
Thumbnail image for How Can Christians Fight Racial Prejudice?

How can believers fight against racial prejudice and hate groups? The Human Race When the Apostle Paul was witnessing to the Greeks about Christ, he told them that God “made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having determined allotted periods and the boundaries of their […]

Read the full article →

Why Some Christians Are Never Persecuted

by Jack Wellman
Thumbnail image for Why Some Christians Are Never Persecuted

Does it seem strange that you are persecuted, but many other believers are not? Why are some never persecuted for their faith? Not Surprised When some new believers come to saving faith in Christ, they’re sometimes a bit surprised by being persecuted, but it really shouldn’t surprise them. What is surprising is if a believer […]

Read the full article →

What Does God Say About Serving Others?

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
Thumbnail image for What Does God Say About Serving Others?

Not long ago it was common for churches to offer tapes or CDs of sermons for people to listen to. Later, sermons could be downloaded from church websites. With the invention of social media, live broadcasts of church services are now possible. However, what is being broadcasted today has changed. Instead of inspirational preaching, many […]

Read the full article →

Are Christians Really Homophobic?

by Jack Wellman
Thumbnail image for Are Christians Really Homophobic?

Many people accuse Christians of being homophobic, but is this accurate? Homophobic The word “homophobic” was not even used until 1969 and part of the word, “homo,” originally stood for the genus or human species (homo sapiens), while “phobia,” is basically an obsessive fear of something like flying, fear of heights, fear of the outdoors, […]

Read the full article →

Were Adam and Eve Saved?

by Jack Wellman
Thumbnail image for Were Adam and Eve Saved?

Were Adam and Eve doomed to hell since they sinned in the Garden or were Adam and Eve saved? The Fall When Adam and Eve were in the Garden, they had the opportunity for eternal life, but when they disobeyed God by taking of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, they did […]

Read the full article →

8 Characteristics of a Faithful Christian Servant

by Pamela Rose Williams
Thumbnail image for 8 Characteristics of a Faithful Christian Servant

Most folks know what it means to be a servant. But do you know what it means to be a faithful servant? Let’s see what guidance the Bible can give us regarding at least 8 characteristics of a faithful Christian servant. Colossians 3:12–13 “Put on therefore, as the elect of God, holy and beloved, bowels […]

Read the full article →

Why Don’t Christians Look More Joyful?

by Jack Wellman
Thumbnail image for Why Don’t Christians Look More Joyful?

Don’t you think Christians should be the most joyful people on the planet? Why don’t the redeemed look more like the Redeemer? Biblical Joy The Hebrew word for joy is an interesting word. It comes from the Hebrew word “simchah” and can mean “joy, gladness, pleasure,” as in having “the joy of God,” but another […]

Read the full article →

Why Do Some Christians Seem So Judgmental?

by Jack Wellman
Thumbnail image for Why Do Some Christians Seem So Judgmental?

Why are some Christians more judgmental than most? What can justify their judging others? Judge Not The Bible verse and actual quote of Jesus, “Judge not, that you be not judged” is taken out of context quite frequently, especially if someone’s caught doing something wrong. The actual verse is a lot more than “Judge not, […]

Read the full article →

Saving for Retirement

by Guest
Thumbnail image for Saving for Retirement

By Waldean Wall How much should I save for retirement? Should I save for retirement or increase my giving? As someone who has worked with money for over 40 years, I have found these to be very trying and difficult questions – especially for the Christian. With the center of our thought resting on the glory of […]

Read the full article →


Page 1 of 20012345...102030...Last »