The message of Christ and the cross doesn’t change, yet God is working to raise up local missionaries in place in the “Majority World” like Southeast Asia.
I’ve always been thought it’s impossible for God to forget us, but recently I came across a story in 1 Samuel that made me question that. Does God forget?
The goal of Christian fasting is to grow closer to God, turning our focus to him rather than what we are fasting from. So, how do we do fast?
This week in “The Amazing Collection,” we study the book of Ezekiel.
Those who enter missions often end up in a different ministry than what they had planned. They’re in good company! Such was the case for the Apostle Paul.
If you’ve been tuned in to recent news, you may have heard of the Uyghur people of China. They’ve been in the headlines due to extreme persecution.
“Bloodlines” is about the hope of the gospel for racial reconciliation and its power to overcome racism and ethnocentrism in the church and beyond.
You don’t just stop sinful patterns and behaviors; you must replace them with Christ-like ones. And becoming like Jesus happens in the context of community.
This week in “The Amazing Collection,” we study the book of Lamentations to better understand biblical lament and suffering.
How did Jesus cleanse sin once and for all? How are you, as a result, free from sin?
Can we know the truth? The question reminds me of driving in Dubai. Once, while “E” but near a gas station, I noticed a disconcerting sign: “ONE WAY.”
We’re easily absorbed by the moment, forgetting all our country’s endured. The same is true when we consider “normal” Christianity throughout history.
During this week’s “Amazing Collection” Bible study, Cathy Johnson teaches on the book of Jeremiah.
Are you praying enough? Most of us would probably answer, “no” and feel a bit guilty about it. Using the Lord’s Prayer, I want to teach you how to pray.
When Elijah prayed on Mount Carmel, his connection with God was impactful. The power of prayer made the difference between drought and rain.
There you have me—head spinning, overwhelmed by my circumstances. I share this because we all need the reminder; there is a better way to live.