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How should believers respond to the Israel-Palestine conflict?

June 8, 2021  - By Dr. Scott Shiffer

The world calls them oppressors. Christians are inclined to see them as “God’s chosen people”. Is there a ‘right side’?

He is Immanuel, God with us

June 6, 2021  - By Premilla Jacob

What do Israel in captivity and the church in lockdown have in common? The uncertainty of the future. These eternal promises of God are the perfect antidote

‘I’m watching people die every day — but death is not my primary fear’

May 30, 2021  - By Karen Ann Monsy

As Covid-19 continues to ravage and devastate India, one frontliner talks about how the pandemic has forced her to discover God all over again

Where do souls go after death?

May 4, 2021  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

That we will all die is well established. What happens after we take our last breath is disputed. But the Bible has answers

Do ancestral curses still exist?

February 23, 2021  - By Thomson B Thomas

Sometimes, circumstances cause us to wonder if some things or people are jinxed. Can wicked forces or the ‘evil eye’ affect believers?

Creeds: What do we really have to believe?

January 13, 2021  - By Garrett Haley

All too often, we think our pet issues or theological soapboxes are somehow central to Christianity. Paul reminds us: it’s just not that complicated

Understanding the Church – Part 5

December 18, 2020  - By Dr. Scott Shiffer

The Lord’s Supper is an essential practice to many churches. But have you ever stopped to consider why it’s important, and what it means for us today?

If a Christian takes his own life, will he still go to heaven?

December 8, 2020  - By Dr. Scott Shiffer

Mental health issues plague believers and unbelievers alike. Some view suicide as one of the ‘ultimate’ sins though. What does the Bible say?

Where did Jesus go after He died?

December 1, 2020  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

Is it merely anybody’s guess where Jesus was in the days between His death and resurrection? Or can we come to a reasonable conclusion from Scripture?

Good grief is what we need

October 21, 2020  - By Lisa Mattackal

Feeling guilty over past sin is one thing; sorrow, as God intends it, is something else altogether. The latter helps us bear fruit

When the clock won’t stop

September 11, 2020  - By Tom Horvat

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?

Even death will die

August 30, 2020  - By Bethany Horvat

This year, more than ever, we have had to face up to the finitude of our lives. For the Christian saved to eternity, it means there's urgent work to be done

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