A while ago, I read a book about a fascinating, godly man named George Muller. George Muller lived in England in the 1830’s during a time of mass poverty. This is the period portrayed in Charles Dickens novels like The Adventures of Oliver Twist and A Christmas Carol. With virtually no money, Muller decided to … Continue reading Answered Prayer & George Muller
How, when, and where you can best serve in local missions are big questions for many Christians. After all, there’s many ways to serve the Lord, your neighbors, and your city to share the good news of Christ’s love and the Kingdom of God. When thinking about how I could best serve in local missions … Continue reading Finding Your Place to Serve in Local Missions
Other than thought-provoking entertainment, especially when you're stuck in a car, there are three big benefits to listening to the right Christian podcasts: (1) The right podcasts give you access to topnotch Christian scholars and thinkers, and these people have a wealth of experience and knowledge. (2) Even as a former seminary student and an … Continue reading 7 Apologetics Podcasts Worth Giving a Listen
Only two of the four Gospel writers, Matthew and Luke, included anything about Jesus' birth in their narratives. Neither of them tell us the month and day Jesus was born. So, why do Christians celebrate the birth of Christ on December 25th? Here are some often-repeated theories: THEORY #1 - As the Roman Empire transitioned … Continue reading Why is Christmas on December 25th?
Often skeptics try to dismiss the New Testament by saying it has been changed over time like the Telephone Game that you may have played in school as a child. In the Telephone Game, someone whispers a sentence into someone’s ear, and then the second person whispers the sentence into another person’s ear and so on down … Continue reading The Telephone Game VS. The New Testament: Has the New Testament Been Changed Over Time?