Apostle Paul – a deceitful missionary?

I happened upon a particular article in regards to the Apostle Paul and what he shared with the Christian believers in Corinth. The article claims that the Apostle Paul utilized deception as part of his “evangelistic means” in order to gain followers to Christ and Christianity. The evidence, according to this article, is found in … More Apostle Paul – a deceitful missionary?

Atheist Group Seeks to Recruit Members With Sign ‘Relax, Hell Doesn’t Exist, Enjoy Your Life’

According to the Christian Post, atheists are becoming more and more aggressive in their means to discredit the belief’s of Christianity. Their idea of “relax and enjoy life” because there is no concept of heaven and hell is the spirit of their anti-Christian message. The reality is, many people who have come to know Christ … More Atheist Group Seeks to Recruit Members With Sign ‘Relax, Hell Doesn’t Exist, Enjoy Your Life’

Spurgeon’s Sermons Volume 44: 1898 – Christian Classics Ethereal Library

The following is an excerpt from Charles Spurgeon’s sermon on Nahum 1:7. HAVE you read this chapter through? It is a very terrible one—it is like the rushing of a mighty river when it is nearing a waterfall. It boils, seethes and flows with overwhelming force, bearing everything before it, yet, right in the middle … More Spurgeon’s Sermons Volume 44: 1898 – Christian Classics Ethereal Library

Why So Many Christians Are Relaxing Over Drinks | Christianity Today

According to a Christianity Today article by Kevin P. Emmert, Christians are relaxing their stance over alcohol. This includes some well known Christian higher educations (like Moody Bible Institute) where they are now lifting the ban on alcohol and tobacco use. Interesting enough, a side-bar to the article provides some basic perceptions on the nature … More Why So Many Christians Are Relaxing Over Drinks | Christianity Today

Is there a crisis of the simple message about grace?

Is there a crisis of grace in today’s churches? Reading through a recent edition of Christianity Today, an Op-Ed article by Mark Galli, focuses on the question – Whatever happened to grace? Galli provides three particular anecdotes as the premise for his article. These three focused on his experience at a mega church where an altar call … More Is there a crisis of the simple message about grace?

A call to become merciful

The season of fall is here and the holidays are fast approaching with Thanksgiving and Christmas right around the corner. Yet, how distracted are we from those who are wounded in the battle of life? Today’s devotion comes from Our Daily Bread by Randy Kilgore.  Recounting an event that occurred during the US Civil War, Kilgore … More A call to become merciful

My Utmost for His Highest | Key to Missionary’s Work (1)

Today’s devotion comes from My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers. It focuses on missionary work and the call of Christ to “go and make disciples of all nations” (Matthew 28:18-19). Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, ’All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples … More My Utmost for His Highest | Key to Missionary’s Work (1)

The cure for anxiety and worry | Authentic Christian Living

In today’s society, people are anxious and worried about things beyond their control. Jesus Christ taught that we, as authentic and genuine Christians, ought to not give ourselves over to worry and anxiety. This includes being anxious and worried about the things of tomorrow. In Matthew 6:25-34 (New American Standard Bible) the Savior of the world taught … More The cure for anxiety and worry | Authentic Christian Living