There are several Scriptures that seem to expose contradictions about God. These involve His actions, flaws in His character and general confusion about what He wants from us.
We answer in animated form this question from one of our young listeners. To understand how God can see everything that’s happening on the earth at once, it helps to think of smaller examples that our earthly minds can imagine. Watch this short video for two great ways to imagine how this works.
“To praise” means to express warm admiration. It’s always appropriate to praise our Heavenly Father! There are many ways to show Him our appreciation for everything He does for us. Singing hymns is also a wonderful way to praise and honor God. Hymns are like prayers set to music. We can praise God by studying the Bible and learning more about Him and His son, Jesus...
What is glorifying God supposed to be? Do our praise and worship sufficiently satisfy the "glorifying God equation" in our daily lives? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name.
Glory is overrated! We glorify the oddest things. We praise uniqueness over integrity, honor.style over perseverance and extol boisterousness over sound reasoning. Glorifying God is a different story, though. How can we do that, even when things are at their worst?
God’s character is all-encompassing, but we generally think of Him as having four main attributes that everything rests on: Justice, Love, Wisdom and Power. How do those attributes work together? How does God's plan tell us more about who He is? Watch this short video to learn a little bit more about our amazing Creator.
There is much confusion about what "the end of the world" actually means. Will the earth burn up? What happens and why? We look at many Scriptures that give us these answers.
Is it true that Jewish people are favored in God's eyes and if that's true, why bother being a Christian at all?
We all would like to think that we are special in some way before God. We want to be sure of His love for us and His guiding hand in our lives. But we know that everyone is not called to follow Jesus and we also know that according to the Bible, God does specifically call some to follow. How does this work? How does God get your attention and touch your heart and mind? What makes us want to respond to God and what might make us shy away from responding to Him?