We know every Christian wants to go to heaven. The real question is, does every Christian know what is required to get there? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
So, what does the road to heaven actually look like? Going to heaven is NOT merely about what one believes. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name and for more details.
It’s funny how certain fanciful images make their way into the human mind and somehow become a part of our belief foundation. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
The first verse of the Bible reads, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth...” In a recent podcast we saw this verse as the foundation for great misrepresentation and great truth. Think, “In the beginning”, what beginning? Is it the beginning of the universe? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
What is salvation – what are we saved from and how does it work? Can everyone have it? Is it only offered now in this life or is there some way it can be offered after death and resurrection? If this teaching is SO important then why does it seem to be so elusive?
Some people say you have to be baptized as a baby, others say as an adult. Some say it is completely unneccesary. Is it a requirement of all Christians? Watch this short video to see our thoughts.
Jesus called John the Baptist "the greatest man that ever lived," but what made him so special? What lessons can we learn from his life and apply to our own lives? Watch our 2-minute vlog that answers this question and listen to the full podcast.
In the immensity and complexity of the book we call the Bible, there are some verses that have become somewhat famous…like the Christmas text “Good tidings of great joy…” The football stadium text “For God so loved the world… the character of God text “God is love…”. Another text that is well known and deeply meaningful is spoken by Jesus to one of the thieves dying on the cross next to him, Jesus said “Today shalt thou be with me in paradise…” This text shows us the power of God’s love as expressed through the compassion of Jesus and his sacrifice and it is truly inspirational in the hope that it portrays. Now, here is a simple and very legitimate question - what was Jesus saying to this thief? What was he promising and why was he promising it? As we find out by examining so many verses of Scripture, what seems to be said is not always what is really meant. So, did Jesus really say what most th