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Why does Peter call women “weaker vessels?”

December 28, 2021  - By George Mattackal

Peter instructed husbands to honour their wives as “weaker vessels.” Is this an archaic command, and what does it tell us about Christian marriages today?

Are similar callings required for marriage?

December 21, 2021  - By Thomson B Thomas

When God calls men and women into full-time ministry, it is a beautiful thing. But how does such a calling affect someone also considering marriage?

What will heaven truly look like?

February 21, 2021  - By Dr. Scott Shiffer

Will we do anything other than sing God’s praise? Will we receive wings? Find out what the Bible has to say about our future home

Psalm 118: The Lord loves like no other

November 8, 2020  - By Dr. David Brooks

God is good all the time. God is love and His love has no limits. What practical implications do these truths hold for us today?

A life devoted to knowing God: J. I. Packer (1926-2020)

July 19, 2020  - By Garrett Haley

The theologian was best known for his 1973 bestseller, in which he emphasised that knowing God involved a relationship, not an information game

When religion becomes a sin

June 14, 2020  - By Tom Horvat

The Israelites made the grave mistake of mistaking the outward motions of religion for real holiness — and Christians can easily fall into the same trap

What the Bible teaches about sin

May 15, 2020  - By Dr. Scott Shiffer

Sin is considered a primitive word in today's world. Talking about it makes us uneasy — but that's precisely why believers need to be battling it every day

Psalm 15: Settling down in His presence

May 3, 2020  - By Dr. David Brooks

How does one qualify for a relationship with God? By living according to His principles. Read all about how to live right with God

5 things about being human

April 17, 2020  - By Dr. Scott Shiffer

God did not need to make man, but He chose to do so anyway. Find out why humanity — out all of God's creations — has such a unique place in His plan

A refuge from uncertainty

April 10, 2020  - By Garrett Haley

The unknowable nature of the future, whether short-term or long-term, often raises daunting questions we cannot answer — save for one

Does passive Christianity equate to being unchristian?

April 7, 2020  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

Many of us grew up in Christian families and obeyed the Bible from a young age. Why should we be born 'again' then, if we've never lived rebellious lives?

Why are some unbelievers more ‘Christian’ than Christians?

March 31, 2020  - By Revanth T.

There is a certain holiness expected of the elect, one that comes from the Bride of Christ. Why then do our standards often leave much to be desired?

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