Matt Carpenter’s Tattoo Took on Deeper Meaning

by Bruce Darnall

Matt Carpenter, first baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals, has a tattoo on the inside of his right arm that says, “Matthew 19:26,” his ultimate favorite Scripture verse. The verse reads, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” Carpenter shares, “There is a story behind this verse. When I first […]

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The Apostle Paul’s Warning About The Last Days

by Jack Wellman

In the Apostle Paul’s last letter before death, he gave Timothy some signs of the last days. Departing from the Faith Do you know someone who once claimed to be a Christian but then later walked away from the faith? This is not a surprise to God. Perhaps it was to us, but it may […]

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I Have Faith, So Why Didn’t God Answer My Prayer?

by Jack Wellman

Does unanswered prayer mean you don’t have enough faith? What does God’s Word say? Faith is… The Bible says that “faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen” (Heb 11:1), so faith is an assurance we have hope in and the conviction of the things we do not yet […]

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Why is Hebrews Chapter 11 Called the Hall of Faith?

by Dr. Michael L. Williams

There are no shortages of sermons, songs, and sonnets about faith. In fact, if you were to ask people what the word faith means you might get a variety of answers that describe a trusting or belief in something. However, to fully understand faith, a good place to study is Hebrews 11, which has been […]

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Is Healing All About Faith?

by Pamela Rose Williams

The subject of faith healing can be one that causes many to argue. In fact, it has become a very controversial subject mostly among believers. I have been thinking about this and I would like to offer you what I have found in the Bible about the topic of faith healing. Look up the Scriptures […]

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How Were People Saved Before Christ And The Cross?

by Jack Wellman

Were there two plans of salvation in the Bible? How were people saved before Jesus died on the cross? A Gift from God No one can ever merit their own salvation. In fact, it is impossible to redeem our own selves by works, but Christians should already know this since the Apostle Paul wrote, “For […]

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Ephesians 2:8-9 Commentary

by Dr. Michael L. Williams

When you look at two very popular verses in the Bible through the lens of history, understanding their meaning has had great impact on modern Christianity. The verses, Ephesian 2:8-9, are a simple, but profound statement about the gift of God that He has given to humanity. However, there are some that suggest that what […]

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Brewers Hitting Coach Says God’s Timing is Always Perfect

by Bruce Darnall

Everyone’s timing to complete or achieve a task or goal varies from person to person. For Darnell Coles, hitting coach for the Milwaukee Brewers, God’s timing for him to share his testimony is perfect. “I truly believe the good Lord put me on this earth for a reason,” states Darnell, “and that is to uplift […]

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Pirates’ Sean Rodriguez Relies on God as his Solid Foundation

by Bruce Darnall

The personal relationship Sean Rodriguez, utility infielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates, has with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, is his foundation for living his daily life. As Scripture speaks of building a house on sand or rock (Matthew 7:24-27) when the storms of life come, the house built on the rock withstands those storms. […]

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Brewers Outfielder Kirk Nieuwenhuis Keeps Things in Perspective

by Bruce Darnall

There are times when we face trials and uncertainty in our day to day living. Kirk Nieuwenhuis, outfielder for the Milwaukee Brewers, experienced the kind of highs and lows last season that tested his faith and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ. Nieuwenhuis started the 2015 season on the New York Mets active roster. On […]

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