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The transformation of James

October 17, 2021  - By Garrett Haley

How did James go from a skeptical, unbelieving brother to a sold-out, church-leading servant of Christ? That seems like such an unlikely transformation

You only live once — then comes judgement

October 8, 2021  - By Tom Horvat

Isaiah 13 offers a shadowy glimpse of the future ‘day of the Lord’. Can God be justified for exercising wrath against His creation?

Who did Christ die for? The argument for limited atonement

September 19, 2021  - By Godly John

Was the Saviour's sacrifice accomplished to pay for the sins of the whole world or only for the elect? Christians tend to fall into two camps on this one

Who did Christ die for? The argument for unlimited atonement

September 12, 2021  - By Revanth T.

Was the Saviour's sacrifice accomplished to pay for the sins of the whole world or only for the elect? Christians tend to fall into two camps on this one

The joyous transformation

August 20, 2021  - By Tom Horvat

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

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?

‘It was a slow, weaning process to move on to missions’

June 27, 2021  - By Elizabeth Abraham

Missionary to Columbia Joanna Avendano opens up about carrying out the Great Commission among a people who believe they already know Jesus.

Unanswered questions

June 16, 2021  - By Joanne Sam

The universe is filled with mysteries, most of which we may never unravel. But God has already revealed the most important ones. Have you responded to them?

Why did God create people, if only to send some to hell?

June 15, 2021  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

God could choose to save everyone — or destroy everyone. Yet, He chooses to save some and pass over others for destruction

‘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

Writing to Wormwood

January 29, 2021  - By Mason Smith

What would you say to the demon tasked with drawing you away from the Lord Jesus Christ if you had a moment to talk with him?

Why was Paul preaching baptism for the dead?

January 26, 2021  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

If living believers cannot earn any merit for the dead by taking baptism, why does the Apostle seem to be teaching such a doctrine?

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