We confess that as Christians we should not choose to leave this sinful world. In a certain sense, this is true. But in order to meet Christ, you will have to go “outside the gate” (Hebrews 13:12). We are asked for the willingness to let go of everything but God.
Looking at Ecclesiastes 11, this article shows what it means to live with the uncertainty of life while being certain of God who governs this life. The author applies this to someone investing while not falling into the trap of consumerism.
How does one become a false prophet? This article shows that you become a false prophet when you speak only what people want to hear and leave out things that are important to talk about. The article applies this to preaching and shows that true prophecy speaks what is of God, through God, and to God.
This article paints a contrasts between the world of youth during the week and on a Sunday at church. It shows how young people struggle to fit in the church, and how the church can take steps to get the young people engaged.
This article looks at the way elders can keep Christ central in the home visit, as well as get all family members to participate in a way that a true inquiry about their faith can be made. The key lies in the tone and attitude of the elder.
The internet can be a world of opportunities for the church that wants to work with God in spreading the gospel. This article looks at the possibilities of using the internet for the service of the kingdom.
Looking at the prevalence of deliverance ministries and their portrayal of Satan, this article shows how these have altered the biblical teaching on spiritual struggle. The spiritual warfare in which we are engaged is different from that which is preached by deliverance ministries. Deliverance can only be found in Christ.