This article discusses the return of Christ, specifically, where the Bible speaks of it, how it will happen, what will the reactions be, as well as how everyone will see him.
This article discusses the doctrine of the resurrection of the dead. There will be a twofold resurrection at the end of time. The article reflects on the current whereabouts of believers and unbelievers who have died. It explains the meaning of Sheol and Gehenna. Lastly, it discourages the practice of cremation.
This article addresses some topics relating to the rapture. It argues that the salvation of "all Israel" as mentioned in Romans 11:26 is the salvation of the entire church of Christ. It also discusses the controversy between Jews and Samaritans, and how some regard it as existing today in the battle between Jews and Muslims.
Here are five common rookie pastor mistakes: having high expectations of the church, failing to embrace the church's uniqueness, invoking pastoral authority without earning pastoral credibility, mistaking preference for conviction, and showing fear or anger in the face of opposition.
How should a pastor balance his time between his family and ministry? This article considers what the Bible prioritizes, and encourages pastors to reckon with how much ministry they can handle.
This article explains that hospitality provides to a broken world an open window of God’s hospitality toward us. Very often people hear the gospel by seeing it in action in Christians, particularly in their homes. In the early church the home was a crucial place for the spread of the faith, and it remains an important setting for building relationships. The church in the Western world needs to rediscover the value of hospitality for the visualizing of the call of the gospel. The article provides some helpful hints for hosting neighbours.