What is the Difference Between Christian Praise and Worship?
As a Christian Praise and Worship Leader, people often ask me if there is a difference between Praise and Worship. Although I will be the first to admit that there is a fine line sometimes between the two of them, there is a difference between them. I will try and explain the differences here.Jackson Senyonga – Background
This short article follows the childhood and teenage years through marriage of Jackson Senyonga. Today, Senyonga is the senior pastor and founder of Christian Life Ministries and Christian Life Church. He has done much to transform the future of Uganda, starting with helping the struggling orphans and widows of the country. The article shows interesting facts including how Jackson Senyonga doesn’t know his birthday and how he came to the Lord.The Beast
The anti-Christ is a figure whose identity is shrouded in mystery. Much misinformation about the subject of the anti-Christ abounds.After the Rapture – 7 Seal Judgments
There will be three (3) sets of seven (7) judgments from God unto the world after the Rapture. There are different views of when the judgment will occur. The first 14 judgments will occur during the first 3 1/2 years of the Tribulation and the last seven will occur during the last 3 1/2 years of the Great Tribulation. Each judgment will be followed by increasingly worse judgment. The last (21st) judgment will be followed by the the Second Advent/Coming of our Lord Jesus Christ with His Bride – The Revelation of Jesus Christ as King.Name That Disciple – A Fun Bible Review Game
What do you know about the 12 disciples? Or for that matter, what do your kids know about the 12 close friends of Jesus? Play this fun Bible review game to test your knowledge…What Does it Take to Be Ready?
The signs of the end times are all around us. The Lord could come any day to snatch you out before the worst catastrophes overtake the world. Are you ready to receive Him?Catholic Or Protestant – Which One is Wrong
Even though the Bible is the foundation of all Catholic or Protestant faiths, there has always been a deep animosity between people of different doctrines. Soon after the death and resurrection of Christ, members of the early church argued about differences in doctrine. Today it is no different, but the Bible, the inspired Word of God, teaches love and tolerance.Who is the Greatest?
In Luke 9:46-48, the disciples began arguing about which one of them would be the greatest. Jesus had a way of determining greatest that seems quite foreign to us. He said that, “…he who is least among you all-he is the greatest.” How can the least be the greatest? The greatest among us are hard to find, because they’re usually somewhere behind the scenes.Luke 17 Hits Too Close to Home
If We Cause Others to Sin Luke 17 warns us against four specific things: 1) Causing others to sin 2) Not forgiving others 3) Not having enough faith 4) Expecting accolades when we’re only doing our duty. When we have done our duty, we shouldn’t expect any accolades for it.Have You Ever Seen Such a Sinner?
In Luke 18:9-14, Jesus tells the Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector. The Pharisee prayed only about himself, thanking God that he wasn’t like other sinners, and reminding God that he fasted and tithed. Aren’t you glad that none of us are like that today?Is Adultery Always Either the Cause Or the Effect of Divorce?
Luke 16:18 says, “Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery, and the man who marries a divorced woman commits adultery.” I think that we can restate this truth as follows: Adultery is always either the cause or the effect of divorce. Although this may initially sound too simplistic, the Scriptures seem to indicate that this is indeed the case.Soaking Prayer
Christians can often mistakenly believe that everything supernatural is of God. Tingling sensations, being pinned to the floor, feelings of heat or a power moving through their body are not uncommon experiences in soaking prayer adherents. These sensations and experiences are automatically ascribed to God and evidence of Him blessing us. However, the phenomena experienced during these periods of soaking are identical to those experienced in Kundalini Yoga, New Age, and Eastern Religions.