Such a great question from one of our younger listeners! God treats people differently based on the situation and the time period in which they live. Watch this short animated video for more.
Esther was no more than 20 years old, and became queen of the Persian Empire but not because of some political treaty. It was because of her stunning beauty. Her pedigree for being queen (besides the providence of God) was that she won a beauty contest. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name (Part 1 of 2) for the telling of this amazing story!
The conversation continues from our weekly podcasts to specfically address listener questions. Listen in as Rick and CQ Contributor, Julie, discuss three questions on how Christians at different periods in their walk can approach Bible study to make it even more impactful. If you would like a free booklet, "How to Study the Bible and Have it Make Sense," email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if you'd like a hard copy copy or a pdf for more tips on how to study the Bible!
In ancient Greek, the word "hypocrite" meant a stage actor. This is a good word for people who are one way but present another. The Pharisees were a great example, and Jesus gave them seven "woes" we can take to heart today. Watch this short vlog then listen to the podcast of the same name.
There is so much good in the world, but it seems the bad is overwhelming it. You can't read the headlines without thinking how will this all end. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for a little hope in the inky black around us.
There are lots of biblical examples of decisions that ended up poorly. And they were about some basic things, like what to believe, who to trust and stubbornly holding a grudge. It’s scary - we can get into bad situations regarding those things that Christian principles obviously guide us on – all because of we want to feel comfortable. How can we move outside our comfort zones and is it REALLY that important to do so? Watch this short blog then listen to the full podcast with the same name.
What can those who were involved in the birth of Jesus teach us about joy? How can you find inspiration from the story of Christ's birth that will carry you through the rest of the year? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name.
The story begins with a young Jewish woman named Mary, who was engaged to a man named Joseph. The angel Gabriel visited Mary, and told her she would have a son named Jesus. God used his power - his Holy Spirit - to cause Mary to have a baby by a miracle. Watch this charming animated video for the rest of the story!