Frank Turek with the world’s most credentialed and likable apologist, Dr. John Lennox. These are the Top 20 Christian Apologists from whom I’ve learned much. They were the subject of today’s radio program. Outside of Dr. Norman Geisler being in the top spot (since I studied under him for several years), the rest are not necessarily in… Read More »
By Mario Murillo Recently a man of God came to me in the same way that Nicodemus came to Jesus at night. I am not Jesus and the subject matter was not about rebirth. The similarity had to do with the fact that wanted to ask me something in private that he did not want… Read More »
by Tony Cooke During a July 2005 trip to England, I was able to visit to John Wesley’s house and chapel (as well as his grave). A few months before that, I also was privileged to visit the grave of George Whitfield in Newburyport, Massachusetts. A casual glance at church history reveals that these two… Read More »
by Timothy Jerry A few weeks ago I took a group of youth from our church to a rally that was designed to reach lost young people. The setting was typical of what I have come to notice in these types of outreaches in recent years. Complete with all the bells and whistles of music… Read More »
May 20, 2014 | J. Lee Grady Share this article I will never apologize for being a charismatic Christian. I had a dramatic experience with the Holy Spirit many years ago, and nobody can talk me out of it. I love the Holy Spirit’s abiding presence in my life and His supernatural gifts. I love… Read More »
David Achata I work as an executive coach. Working in this field has taught me the easiest way to help people grow is to ask questions and listen. Though I make my living in the business world, I give much of my time to the work of the church here at Soma in Tacoma, Washington.
by Timothy Jerry Gaining a kingdom perspective of leadership: Leadership in the kingdom of God’s is not the pursuit of fame, power, glory or the praise of man. This may be the concept of leadership from a secular view point, but it is far from what we are to seek after as people of God.
Leadership that actually makes a difference, and bears fruit. (1 Chronicles 12:32 NLT) From the tribe of Issachar, there were 200 leaders of the tribe with their relatives. All these men understood the temper of the times and knew the best course for Israel to take. (NCV) There were two hundred leaders from Issachar. They… Read More »
I recently read an article about seeker friendly churches which basically stated that seekers are no longer seeking. In the article the author sighted a recent Pew Research Center study that reveals that most Americans do not attend church regularly, and that more and more Americans have no religious affiliation at all. Actually, this segment… Read More »
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