The first verse of the Bible reads, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth...” In a recent podcast we saw this verse as the foundation for great misrepresentation and great truth. Think, “In the beginning”, what beginning? Is it the beginning of the universe? Watch this short vlog then listen to the full podcast of the same name for more details.
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.
God is a spirit being, which means, like all spirit beings, He’s invisible. However, we don’t need to see Him to know He’s there...
Sometimes we go along with everything running full steam ahead and we feel very close to the Lord. Other times, life gets in the way and our Christian world seems distant and less important. How do we get that zeal back? Watch this short vlog and then listen to the podcast of the same name to get that OOMPH back in your life!
Loving your enemies is to want good and not harm to come to them. Jesus mapped this out for us, especially in the last days of his life before his crucifixion. Jesus not only taught us in detail how to love our enemies, he showed us in living color how to profoundly care for them. He literally "walked the walk" – all the way to Calvary. As we look back upon the death and resurrection of Jesus, we will see how he was the instruction manual for loving your enemies. How did Jesus show devotion to those who were devious and hostile, attachment to those who antagonized him and affection for those who became his adversaries? For an in depth bible study listen to our inspiring podcast of the same name.
Jesus called John the Baptist "the greatest man that ever lived," but what made him so special? What lessons can we learn from his life and apply to our own lives? Watch our 2-minute vlog that answers this question and listen to the full podcast.