What does Jesus expect from us – a lot! Watch this short vlog and then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
Jesus’ character and the way he lived offers excellent examples of ways we can copy him. We can do this by doing our best to live peacefully with others, study the scriptures, be gentle and humble, trust God, help others, resist Satan’s attacks, and always obey God. Have your youngsters watch this short animated video Part 2 to learn about the ways they can be more like Jesus.
The Bible is like a study guide from God to help us follow Him and His son, Jesus. In this short animated video we offer some useful tips for our younger listeners on how to learn as much as they can!
Most books take us from beginning to end in an easy-to-understand order. But the Bible does not always follow an order that we are used to. Watch this video to understand why it can be difficult to read and what we can do to understand more.
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!
“To praise” means to express warm admiration. It’s always appropriate to praise our Heavenly Father! There are many ways to show Him our appreciation for everything He does for us. Singing hymns is also a wonderful way to praise and honor God. Hymns are like prayers set to music. We can praise God by studying the Bible and learning more about Him and His son, Jesus...
As believers, we know the Bible is true and harmonious, but sometimes that means we need to harmonize scriptures that seem to contradict one another. For example, the Scriptures tell us that the earth will both live forever AND be destroyed - how does that work? How can we apply a particular study technique to help us out?
The Bible is difficult to understand because it was purposely written to be difficult to understand. Why would 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?