Does repentance mean we carry the results of our sins with us every day as a reminder of the destructiveness of what we did? Does it mean we say we are sorry and then move on? Does being repentant, especially for big sins, have to be renewed like a subscription?
The Bible records Jesus performing many miracles and we can read specific details for approximately 35 of these. The miracles fit into four categories: healing, raising the dead, using nature, and casting out demons. This short animated video for your kids takes a look at a few of Jesus’ amazing miracles in detail.
The world can be divided between two kinds of people: Those going through the grieving process because of some sort of traumatic loss, and those who know someone going through such a loss. We will all grieve at some point over people, animals, possessions or opportunities lost. Watch this short vlog about how to heal or help someone heal and then listen to the motivational podcast of the same name.
What good is having thankfulness a part of my everyday life? What steps do I need to take to be more thankful? Watch our 2-minute vlog for an short answer and listen to the full podcast episode filled with tips and Scriptures.
Can the process of physical therapy translate into steps we can take to identify, treat and alleviate the pains and malfunctioning of our spiritual lives? We asked a physical therapist to help us out with this one!
To have faith is to have an awesome power, for it connects you to something outside of yourself and sometimes to something within yourself that can alter your way of life. Now, depending on what you put your faith in, this altered way of life can end up leading to great advantage or to great disappointment. One thing many Christians put their faith is in the concept of miraculous healing. Today’s discussion will revolve around this pointed question: Should Christians seek or even believe in the miraculous faith healing claims that many make and live by in the name of Christ?
Losing a loved one, especially a child, can bring unbearable pain and anxiety. It can cause us to question even those things we hold dearest – even the existence and plan of God. We will look into this grief and into God’s plan to try and understand where God is when tragedy strikes.
Sickness and death have always played a significant role in our world as two of the things we spend lots of time and money avoiding. When Jesus was here on earth, he healed many of their diseases. When the Apostles were here after Jesus, they also healed. So, if we are Christians, are we supposed to be carrying the banner of healing as well? Is the healing of disease a Christian responsibility today, or was it for a long-ended time? If we are NOT supposed to heal, then what changed? If we are supposed to heal, then shouldn’t we be making news doing so? Stay with us – this should be good!