iA fun (and reverent) look at the painting "Entering into Jerusalem," by Pedro Orrente.
- April 01, 2012 |
One day we will live in a land where death no longer reigns.
- March 30, 2012 |
Today is the 224th anniversary of the death of Charles Wesley, one of history’s most well-known and best-loved hymn writers.
Missions is a powerful reminder that the gospel knows no borders and that God will be exalted among the nations.
What’s blogworthy? A documentary about bullying, a film about the 1920s Cristero War and the mysterious “Project Yellow Sphere.”
This weekend is known as Palm Sunday weekend. So what? It's a fair question.
God’s love comes in many varieties, and he loves us even when our heart is breaking.
The persecution of Christians will not stop Christ from building His church.
Is it time to cut out what is a “cancer” in your life or is prohibiting you from looking to Jesus and growing closer to him?
The little man with a big problem turns out to be the smartest man in town.
The world has trouble recognizing a prophet, especially when he grew up next door.
- March 27, 2012 |
What makes someone an atheist? I know, the “Reason Rally” would say “reason.” I’m not so sure.
Prayer comes first because the harvest belongs to the Lord.
Jesus is always more than enough for those who dare to trust in him.
- March 25, 2012 |
Even rich people can be saved if they will give up their trust in their riches.
- March 24, 2012 |