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.
If we were to actually ponder what it means to know God, the reflection would leave us speechless. It would demand our worship of the one true King
A troubling season in Israel’s history reveals much about why hardships happen — and how we as believers should respond to afflictions
Are you labouring for Christ, yet seeing little fruit? Isaiah’s vision offers important warnings and reminders — both for us and those we’re trying to reach
If nothing can frustrate the plans that God has determined in advance, where should believers stand on the matter of civic responsibilities and freedoms?
We find beautiful — and, at times startling — horticultural imagery throughout the Bible. Discover the key to flourishing where God plants us
The years of our lives are not many. Soon, they will be cut off and we will, as the psalmist says, all fly away. Do we really want to leave with regrets?
A stunning OT promise from God can be found in the book of Isaiah: judgment is coming — but He Himself will provide hope, restoration and blessing
In Scripture, death isn’t merely an end to existence, it’s separation — and spiritual death is so terrifying because it’s total separation from God
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