Atheists point to suffering as evidence that God does not exist. But only the Bible provides a reasonable and sensible answer to the question of suffering. The Bible offers hope, something that atheism cannot offer.
The book of Acts begins with an assertion that the Gospel message is based on “many convincing proofs” of Christ’s resurrection. Learn four of those convincing proofs that provide assurance of the resurrection of Jesus.
Do all religions teach the same thing? This sermon examines the unique claims of Gospel and the historical reality of the life of Jesus
Skeptics ask, Did Jesus Really Exist? Discover the biblical and historical that supports the gospel account of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus.
Christians should know what the Bible says about Creation and the reasons why belief in the biblical account is both scientifically plausible and intellectually reasonable.
What is the answer for a church drifting toward embracing the CULTURE over CHRIST? The ANSWER: CHRIST!
The tiny book of Jude warns us about infiltrators in the church and what to do about them.
Is it a mere coincidence that Israel is successful in unparalleled ways, and at the same time, the object of hatred throughout much of the world? Is there any significance to the survival of the Jewish people who have been mercilessly hunted, and targeted for elimination not once or twice, but repeatedly throughout history? […]
The truthfulness of Christianity is made unbreakable because of Old Testament prophecy.
Teaching the biblical view of hell is out of fashion in today’s tolerant culture. But the Bible is clear: Hel is real and it is forever.
James and Paul seem to have differing views on faith and its relationship to works. However, both agree completely and their message to us is that true faith results in a changed life.
Is there sufficient evidence to believe that the gospel is true, and if there is, what will you do about it?
What are the basic elements of the Gospel? What truths are required to be Proclaimed, Understood, and Believed in order to be saved?
As we travel back today to the very first Christmas, I want us to consider whether or not we know the day on which Jesus was born, and why this may really matter.