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How does the Bible define ‘free will’?

December 14, 2021  - By Godly John

‘Free will’ is a vast subject—and everyone seems to have something to say. So, how does the Bible define it? In what sense are we free to do what we want?

The fruit of the Spirit – Part 3

October 29, 2021  - By Jeniffer Samson

The fruit of the Spirit is the only visible evidence of our faith. So, isn’t it time we paid more attention to bearing it in our day-to-day lives?

The true meaning of grace

October 24, 2021  - By Premilla Jacob

Till the day that David summoned him, Mephibosheth lived in fear. But the king treated him, the grandson of the enemy, like his own son

Lessons en route to Golgotha — Part 2

August 4, 2021  - By Jiby

To our Lord, commitment is not measured by our willingness to swing a sword; rather, it is a measure of our readiness to herald the truth

I doubt if I’m saved; does that mean I’m not?

August 3, 2021  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

Christians can sometimes find themselves wondering about their salvation. Are these questions an indicator that our confession wasn’t genuine?

Grace and truth for the sexually broken

April 4, 2021  - By Dr. John Sypert

The church's approach to sexual brokenness can end up pushing people away if we only focus on the sin at the expense of the whole picture

The 10 Commandments – Part 1

March 31, 2021  - By Tobin Mattackal

The Bible is firmly divided into old and new Testaments, and we know we live in the age of ‘grace’. That begs a question: is the Law still relevant to us?

‘Our peace is in knowing that salvation belongs to the Lord’

January 24, 2021  - By Elizabeth Abraham

Missionaries to Ghana Heather and Joseph Frimpong narrate how their early experiences as Christians prepared them to serve the Lord today

The song of the vineyard

October 9, 2020  - By Tom Horvat

We find beautiful — and, at times startling — horticultural imagery throughout the Bible. Discover the key to flourishing where God plants us

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?

His mercies in our misery

August 7, 2020  - By Premilla Jacob

When God does not answer our prayers the way we expect, we often assume He has passed us by. We forget that He is not only our God, but also our Father

Watch your words (especially during a presidential campaign)

August 5, 2020  - By Dr. John Sypert

As the road to the elections heats up in the US, Christians must be wary of winning arguments at the cost of losing their audience

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