Critics see the Apostle Paul as a combatant against the gospel of the kingdom Jesus taught. Was Paul at odds with the core values and teaching of Jesus?
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.
The book of Hebrews emphatically states that Old Testament sacrifices could not remove sin. While providing a temporary bridge to harmony with God they needed yearly renewal. Jesus was THE sacrifice for the world’s sins, given once for all humanity. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
In a recent podcast we looked at the surprising number of Old Testament references to the resurrection. This tells us that resurrection was in God’s plan right from the start and THAT is comforting. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Esther’s story can be seen to parallel the walk of a Christian in thought-provoking and unique ways. What do Esther’s experiences teach us about our faith and our choices?
Such a great question from one of our younger listeners! God treats people differently based on the situation and the time period in which they live. Watch this short animated video for more.
The book of Esther reads like a movie script, complete with a beautiful, courageous young girl (Esther), a fearless hero (Mordecai), and the dastardly villain (Haman). It’s a story of faith, bravery, suspense, betrayal and palace intrigue with a satisfying ending. How does Esther inspire us today?
The conversation continues from our weekly podcasts to specfically address listener questions. Listen in as Rick and CQ Contributor, Julie, discuss three questions on how Christians at different periods in their walk can approach Bible study to make it even more impactful. If you would like a free booklet, "How to Study the Bible and Have it Make Sense," email us at: email@example.com and let us know if you'd like a hard copy copy or a pdf for more tips on how to study the Bible!