There is so much good in the world, but it seems the bad is overwhelming it. You can't read the headlines without thinking how will this all end. Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for a little hope in the inky black around us.
The Bible is the most important book ever written because it details God's plans and purposes for mankind. There are many who may doubt the validity of the Bible, so how do we know who wrote it, and how do we know what's inside is true? Get the answers to these questions and many more in this short animated video.
Why did God set up a plan where everyone does NOT get a fair chance to come to an understanding of the Bible in our present environment? What good could possibly come from such a strategy? Watch this 2-minute vlog for a short answer and then listen to the full podcast of Part II to this very provocative question!
The Almighty God, Creator of all things, surely could have had the Bible written in such a way that it would be universally understood! Well the fact is, He didn’t! Why not? There is actually a really cool answer to this! Watch our 2-minute vlog for a short answer and listen to the full podcast for more.
We have the ability to leave a lasting and positive impression on our world, if we would only realize that potential and act on it. Elijah left one of the most unique and powerful legacies of any Bible hero. What legacy did he leave? How did he do it?
The future of the world. Knowing what it might look like can be both a scary thought as well as an exciting one as well. Think about it – what if the future of the world is dark and ominous – would you want to know about it? What if the future of the world was bright and promising – would you want to know about it? While we cannot know the minutia of our world to come, there is an amazing amount that we can know and I will tell you this – both of the previous future examples of the world are true! How would I know that? There is an easy one word answer: Daniel.
The Bible actually has a lot to say about the future of humanity and the earth. The challenge is interpreting it in the way it was meant to be understood.
Jesus had an amazing way of saying a lot with few words. Jesus had a mission – he spoke about it, lived it and taught its principles. A major part of that mission was to open the way of "sonship" to the Father. Jesus told us he IS the way to the Father and he also IS the Truth. What does that mean? How could he BE the truth? Stay with us as we try and reveal just what he was talking about.