Some disregard the authenticity of Paul's apostleship because Matthias, the replacement for the traitor Judas, was appointed as the 12th Apostle long before Paul’s conversion.
In the face of coming torture and crucifixion, Jesus humbly served by washing his follower’s feet, including those of Judas. What kind of character and heart you would need to wash the feet of your betrayer? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Watch this short video as told to us through the eyes of the Apostle Peter. He tells us first-hand what he experienced with Jesus in this second of a two-part story.
The life of Jesus truly is the greatest story ever told, for because of his life, all of mankind will also have life. The life of Jesus reflects all that is good and selfless in humanity. The death of Jesus reflects all that is courageous and noble and the resurrection of Jesus – well, that reflects all that is godly and loving. Jesus truly did leave us a legacy to follow. Today we honor his resurrection by following some of the legacy he left behind for us during his last day.
Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Here was a man who lived 2,000 years ago, never had a formal education, never wrote a word about himself or his teachings, never raised an army or lead a revolt – yet he is one of the central figures in human history. Many things have been written about him, ranging from the Bible itself to other “gospels,” to fictional stories all the way up to our present day and the proposed discovery of his tomb. On this podcast we invite two specials guests to help us look at Jesus and focus on his family relationships - what they were and what they meant.