The Power of Your Thoughts (Animated)

Learning Activity – Simon Says Obey!

Children learn best when they are active during the process. This activity uses a common game children like to play to help teach an important truth. The theme is a question for the kids: “Are you willing to follow God’s directions?” The Bible verse to reinforce the teaching is Romans 6:16.

Object Lesson – Can You Keep Your Promise?

This is an object lesson using 2 sticks to share with the children that God always keeps his promises and they should do what’s right and not lose hope. The Bible verses used to reinforce the teaching is Romans 12:12 and Deuteronomy 6:18.

One Pillar Pagoda and Temple (Chua Mot Cot) in Hanoi Vietnam – History and Facts

The One Pillar Pagoda (or also called Chua Mot Cot, which means long lasting happiness and good luck) has become the symbol of Vietnamese culture and history. This unique Buddhist pagoda is located in Ha Noi, the Vietnam’s second largest city. It is regarded alongside the Perfume Pagoda, as one of Vietnam’s two most iconic temples.

Where Is God If He Is Real?

Where is God is a question that is asked numerous times a day, by all walks of life, and all over the world. It could be asked by someone who is watching someone wither away, or it could be from that poor individual that doesn’t have food on the table, or a roof over their head.

5 Ways To Help Your Class Review Their Memory Verse

The Bible often talks about the importance of hiding God’s word in our hearts. One of the keys to memorizing a Bible verse is repetition, so when you teach the verse to your class it’s a good idea to have them repeat it at least 10 times. If you just say the verse 10 times in a row, it’ll get boring. Here are 5 different ways to make the repetition interesting and fun.

The Watchman: And The End-Time Challenges

When God told Ezekiel that he had been made a watchman unto the household of Israel, He really meant that Ezekiel had been chosen to be His mouthpiece to declare His messages to the people of Israel (Ezekiel 3:1-21). God took into consideration the crucial work of a watchman, especially in biblical lands in ancient times, where invasion, siege, destruction and enslavement were too common as empires battled for power and plunder.

What Your Church Gets Wrong About Easter Again

Any discussion of Easter that doesn’t tell us where Jesus is today misses the point. The truth is, he is not in the places many people imagine. Neither is he hard to find, we just need to know where to look and understand the true meaning of his resurrection.

When Going To Church Becomes A Sinful Act

Many wonder if it is a sin to NOT go to church. Can we not ask, “Is it not a sin when we attend church for the wrong motives?” Attending church can be an act of dispicable selfishness. This article discusses good and bad reasons for attending church.

Christian Domestic Abuse: The Hidden Church Disease

One of the most shameful problems facing the vast majority of Christian church congregations is the epidemic of domestic violence that many of its families are suffering from. In the vast majority of cases it remains a carefully concealed sin but occasionally sensational cases become publicly exposed as in this incident which resulted in the divorce of two very prominent ministers…

Apartheid in Palestine

Are we more concerned about balance than truth? I started my career with BBC news and have always had the upmost respect for the breadth and quality of its output. But in recent months, where the conflict in the Middle East is concerned, I have begun to wonder whether this trust is misplaced.

The Abraham Incentive And Monotheism’s Path To Conquest

To grasp the enormity of the world obsession is to recognize three monotheism branches’ and their road to conquest. An overt action usually involves one person or one small group of people, but religion conquests involve not single personages but networks or armies. Obviously, we have not improved on primitive impulses but grown more susceptible over the centuries.

To Whom Are We To Turn The Other Cheek?

In the New Testament, Jesus taught His disciples to turn the other cheek when slapped on the one. Due to this commandment, many Christians believe that we now have to allow others to walk all over us. They do not believe that we have a right to stand up for ourselves, but rather that we should just go with the flow, and forgive and forget. This however, is not what Jesus was teaching when He said those words.

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