A United, Citywide Church
Let us explore the idea of a unified church. I believe God had the right church plan to begin with and that our failure to carry it out doesn’t indicate incompetence on the part of God or annul his plan.Is 2012 Fake? Find Out Here!
With all the false information about the 2012 doomsday out there on the web, it can be difficult to figure out what’s fake and what isn’t. I will try to clear a few things up regarding the question about whether 2012 is fake or not in this article.Compensation and Recession
What are the ethical issues concerning compensation? What is fair and what is not? Read more.Sustainability and Recession
What is sustainability? How does our Christian life lead to sustainable solutions? Will the Recovery to Recession be sustainable?How We Have Made God Very Angry
This is the story of two very intimate friends Emanuel and Ebrahim. Their friendship was very popular in the whole area. No one could ever break their friendship except one thing. At last they killed each other.In the Name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit?
All I ever heard from certain church authorities was to use the words “in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” as the only words for baptism. I searched the whole New Testament, and there is not one example of anyone using this particular phrase…The Lukewarm American Church
We are losing the battle with our self-possessed, ‘do-as-you-please’ culture. We are losing our Bible-based convictions and values. Families who have been Christians for generations are torn apart by divorce, sexual immorality, greed, selfishness and so on. Over 70% of young people raised by Christian families and who have attended Christian churches and even schools lose their faith by the time they are twenty. The American church is lukewarm.Nothing is Impossible With God – Just Activate Your Faith
There is no limit as to what you can achieve because there is nothing impossible with God: just activate your faith. Faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen.Must We Worship God on Sundays?
I was prompted to writing this because of the action of a friend of mine recently. I noticed on this particular weekend that while he indulged in what he clearly perceived was not right before God, he at that same moment was making arrangements for worship in church on the following Sunday. He did not want to miss church. Not for anything. And yet he continued in his vice.The Shroud of Turin – Why So Controversial?
The Shroud of Turin as an emblem of the Christian faith strikes at the very core of the culture war. Does God exist? The controversy over the Shroud is the same as that which ignites heated debate over creation versus evolution. Perhaps science and faith can not meet in the past, as with the issue of origins, but they can meet in the present to analyze this ancient linen cloth that bears the faint image of a bearded crucified man. It remains a mystery and will remain controversial for as long as men and women debate the existence of God.When Pastors Need a Pastor
Most Christians turn to their pastor for support during difficult times. To whom can the pastor go? This article discusses the challenges clergy face when they are the ones in need of pastoral care.Pastors – Gain Credibility by Sharing Your Struggles
Clergy are often encouraged to keep their personal struggles to themselves. While that is good advice in some cases, in other situations it is actually quite helpful for pastors to be open and honest about difficult times in their own lives and how they have handled them.