Chuck Missler discusses the problem of presuppositions.
Chuck Missler writes about the occult.
Mary Gehl writes about Psalms and the year ahead.
Dan Stolebarger writes about the church.
I believe there are clear historic parallels that give us insight into both the condition and the cause of many churches in decline today. We will examine three causes—all three have an example in the history of Israel.
Let’s take stock of ourselves: Why is the divorce rate among Christians no better than among unbelievers? Is the “Gospel” preached in your church? What is the status of Biblical literacy in your fellowship? Is our Christianity lukew
The great tragedy—especially in America today—is that “The Gospel” is painfully absent in today’s “politically correct” pulpits.
As the approach of a very literal Kingdom now looms on our horizon, it becomes increasingly urgent for all of us to fully apprehend the implications for our personal walk and priorities.
Everyone who has called on the name of Jesus Christ for their own salvation now has an irrevocable calling upon their new life, which compels them to take the Gospel to the world around them.
As we watch the world descend further and further into darkness, and as the Christian community wonders when God is going to judge America, we would do well to study the dynamics of how God treats His own people during His ordered times of judgment.
When Jesus was made aware of the situation with Lazarus, He “stayed two more days” … “48 Hours.” Why did He Wait? Why do bad things happen to good People? Where is God’s protection?
What Love is this? Is it a sincere desire motivated by a strong attraction? It is a serious devotion evidenced by undying attention? Or is it a deep emotion fueled by an enduring affection?