There are many biblical accounts that could easily leave you scratching your head and wondering “why would God do that?’ As a result many assert that God is basically a monster. In a recent podcast, we dealt with one example: God telling Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac. What kind of God would require such a thing? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
There are many beautiful examples of sharing in the Bible. In Acts (4:32-35), the early Christians all joyfully shared their belongings with each other. Everyone had enough and no one was left out. We offer some ideas for our youngest listeners in this short animated video.
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.
So, why did Jesus have to die? To be a “RANSOM” for Adam, so that everyone who has ever died will have the opportunity to come back to life in God’s future kingdom. We offer an explanation for our youngest listeners in this short animated video.
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.
Watch this short video as told to us by the Apostle Peter. He tells us first-hand what he experienced with Jesus in this two-part story.
How could Jesus have died for just the chosen and still have redeemed the entire human race? The Bible seems to send mixed messages on this question, however if we look at the big picture context of these things it reveals a whole new level of meaning. To get answers to these seemingly contradictory Scriptures, watch this quick vlog then listen to our full podcast of the same name.