The events of that first Day of Pentecost after Jesus’ resurrection were a unique, once in all of history occurrence. Many Christian churches today still believe in the gift of speaking in tongues, but with dramatic differences. Modern tongues are spoken with unintelligible sounds as many believe that they are speaking a “prayer language” to God. But are they? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more.
Faith brings life-changing trust. Faith is also a gift. There are three basic phases to Christian faith - what are they and how do they work? Watch this short vlog and then listen to the podcast of the same name.
Jesus taught us many things and often spoke in parables to hide their true meaning. One of the few parables he explained was the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares. He predicted that the gospel message would be corrupted as time moved further away from when he and his Apostles died. We are grateful for this warning because, by expecting this to occur, we can begin to understand what we need to watch out for. It reinforces just how crafty Satan is and how wee can be deceived if we are not diligent. Watch this 2-minute vlog and then listen to the entire podcast of the same name.
Everything Jesus said was important, but there is a brief exchange on the cross with the man next to him where Jesus gives us a glimpse of the future. Watch this quick video then listen to the full podcast for a lot of nuances to this scene you might never have thought of before!
Hasn’t it been long enough? Meaning, it is 2,000 years since Jesus walked the earth with the promise of change, the promise of righteousness and the promise of his kingdom. So, where is he? Where is the change – the good - that he promised? All we can see now is a world that slowly walks away from Christianity and that walks towards self...self-satisfaction, self-gratification and self-worship. Has the power of the message of Jesus quietly faded into the sunset? Is the gospel lost and gone forever?