Remember the first time you really heard the gospel and were so moved? The emotions, the tearful confession, the heartfelt prayer…
These days, you hear “Jesus died on the cross” and your brain goes, Yeah, yeah, I know.
😬 What’s happened to us?
In some circles, it’s been said that theological arguments are more beneficial for the Christians than the people we’re trying to reach with the gospel.
Our assignment was: practicing actual street evangelism. If you’re as introverted as I was, just thinking about this would give you a case of the cold sweats.
Easter Sunday marks the day that forms the crux of the Christian faith.
The resurrection of Jesus radically changed the lives of His disciples–men who were neither teachers nor rabbi, but just regular Joes working regular jobs.
As Christians, we know that we’ve been called to share the gospel (Matthew 28:18-20). But let’s face it, sharing about Jesus isn’t exactly the easiest thing to do.
What does the name of Jesus mean to you? Perhaps you know Him as the Son of God. Redeemer. Saviour. Prince of Peace.
Thanks to Covid-19 this year, job losses and pay cuts hung like heavy clouds over some of our heads as we worried over our finances.
God is our Master Architect and Builder. He created the foundations of the earth from the very beginning. The blueprints He has drawn for His people, from creation to salvation, are laid out in minute detail.
Title: Glimpses of God’s Heart
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