What if his return is to destroy all satanic influences and not the people? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details!
Jesus let his followers know he would come back to earth. Is the return of Jesus for the purpose of mayhem and destruction?
Was Jesus bigoted toward a Gentile woman? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Did the Apostle Paul throw out the Jewish Law that Jesus followed and confirmed? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
The book of Hebrews emphatically states that Old Testament sacrifices could not remove sin. While providing a temporary bridge to harmony with God they needed yearly renewal. Jesus was THE sacrifice for the world’s sins, given once for all humanity. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
How can you be a "positive provoker" to help others make better decisions and be happier in life? We have some great suggestions using the Bible for inspiration. Listen to our vlog and then to the full podcast on this subject.
A few weeks ago we began to tell the story of the dramatic events that led up to the conversion of the Centurion Cornelius to Christianity. Because the expansion of Christianity to Gentiles was such a radical shift in God’s methods, radical measures had to be taken! Today we will finish the story and see how its conclusion would change the history of Christian faith by the inclusion of you and me!
Sometimes things need to change. When there is a great plan in progress, the need for great change is likely to be a part of that plan. Since Adam’s fall from grace, God’s plan for man’s redemption has been punctuated by changes, including the great Flood which ended the old world, the calling of Abraham which began the age of the Patriarchs, and the death of Jacob which ushered in the age of Jewish favor. Each change had a distinct purpose. Today’s story about the conversion of Cornelius signaled that another change was on the horizon – a change that would be played out through the experiences of the Apostle Peter and Cornelius, the first Gentile convert. God’s plan was progressing and great change was necessary. But why Cornelius? Why a soldier?