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February 18, 2021

Who Ever Said The Christian Life Is Easy?

Where did we get the notion that the Christian life is a piece of cake? Where is the evidence for the "name it, claim it" theology that promises God will skip along in front of us with His great co

April 09, 2020

What Is "The Most Important Question" You'll Ever Answer?

Today, I want to talk with you about something important. In fact, it's the most important thing you will ever consider and choose in your entire life. These are strange and unusual times for all of u

January 09, 2020

Wrestling for Thee, Oh Christ

Author: James Gottry

In our society today, simply sharing the truth of the gospel—the good news—is often viewed as hate speech.

November 18, 2019

I Ain't Apologizing!

Author: devuser

When I tell people that God used "apologetics" to change my life and eternity, some of them respond with a blank stare. They think "apologetics" means I'm sorry for something. Actually, apologetics is

August 15, 2019

Faith Wins Over Flaws

Author: devuser

In Hebrews 11, a Scripture segment often referred to as the "Hall of Faith," Rahab, the Canaanite harlot, is included with the greats, like Moses, Abraham and Joseph. "By faith Rahab the harlot did no

March 29, 2019

When Hopes and Dreams Die, It's Time for a "Resurrection" in Your Life

Everyone has hopes and dreams for the future, things we want to do in this brief and beautiful lifetime. Maybe you want to (finally) lose weight, or write a book, or start a business. Perhaps you want

March 26, 2019

The Integrated Life

Author: devuser

In order to cope with the demands of work, family, and faith, we in today's whirlwind world have created a solution: the compartmentalized life. We operate in more-or-less segmented spheres that have

March 28, 2018

Dr. Dobson Role-Plays About Salvation

Jesus died for you and every sin anyone has ever committed or could ever commit.