Paul converted Onesimus, a slave owned by his brother in Christ, to Christianity. What now! Watch this short vlog, then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
To honor your father and mother is the 5th Commandment. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Does our present age of overwhelming personal freedom and choice override the ancient commandment to honor our father and mother? Can honoring your parents in some circumstances be detrimental to them and you?
This video series answers children's questions. This short, animated video answers why we are even here. Life is a great blessing! Because our God is a God of love, He wanted to give the gift of life to many others, which is why He created His human family.
If you look around the world we live in, you will see all kinds of crises. There are worldwide political, ecological, and social crises. There are family and religious crises. There are national crises of debt, jobs and economy. With all of these varied crises, there is one element that is common to all. I would go as far as to say that if this one element were firm and stable, then the crisis associated with it would be far less of a crisis and much more of an issue. This one element is Leadership. With it, there is a past track record, a present direction and a future vision. Without it, there is – well, without it there is crisis and with that crisis there is diminished hope. While we are not in a position to address most of the crises just mentioned, we will take this morning and address Leadership in Christianity – how important is it and what gives one the ability and the authority to lead?