Tom Horvat completed his BA in education and theology at Washington Bible College. He pastored a house church for 15 years and served as a volunteer chaplain in a local prison for 20 years. He is employed by the Department of Defense in the US, and works at a military installation in Maryland. He is passionate about ecology, and is a soon-to-be-published author. Tom has seven children and 12 grandchildren with his wife of over 40 years.
Isaiah 13 offers a shadowy glimpse of the future ‘day of the Lord’. Can God be justified for exercising wrath against His creation?
All the violence in the world makes “world peace” seem like a mere dream. But why is there so much strife in the first place?
There is no greater thing than to rehearse what God has done through his Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, in turning our darkness into light
In Eden, God gave us every plant and tree for food. So shouldn’t those redeemed and restored by Christ go back to the original design and embrace a meat-free diet?
Men have long tried — and failed — to attain unity and security in this fallen world. A study of the book of Isaiah reveals how the two are finally achieved
Knowledge is power — but only if it is accompanied by a true fear of the Lord and the spirit of discernment. And the Messiah sets the example
The Person and ministry of the Holy Spirit become quite clear when we review the life of Christ in the light of the prophecy of Isaiah
The husks that we try to satisfy our souls with are many. The joy they bring does not last. This hymn tells us not what to turn to — but Whom
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