It seems like this LGBTQ stuff is in the news all the time anymore.
So if it's the popular issue of the day that culture is talking about, we'd better make sure we know what the Bible has to say about it.
And that's exactly what Franklin Graham
As Christians, is it ok to drink to the point of being drunk?
That's a question that comes up from time to time.
The Bible appears to be quite clear, the answer is no. Despite the fact that we may want to lower what the Bible says
This makes me furious!
I've about had it with Stephen Colbert. He's not funny and he is always attacking conservative values!
The latest was this offensive rant where he attacked both Donald Trump supports and Bible-believing Christians.
But first, the backstory.
Jeff Sessions recently made a speech before Alliance
The phrase "Born Again" can be a dividing line in the church.
It shouldn't be.
The concept is Biblical and it's very powerful.
If you've never really dug into what it means, you gotta check out this amazing message from Pastor Dan Mohler. Dan doesn't share his personal
Sometimes it feels like men don't get as much focus in Bible studies or around the church.
And that's more a credit to the women than a knock on the men. Women tend to be very involved, and a big credit to them for that!
Do you understand what an amazing thing we do when we take Holy Communion?
It is far from just a ritual or just some boring thing in a church service.
Do you understand the power of what you are doing? Do you understand what all is happening?
If you don't know who Mark Zuckerberg is, he's the guy responsible for the fact that you're reading this article right now on Facebook.
He's the Facebook founder and it's CEO.
And he just came out with a near-blasphemous statement: he said Facebook will step in to
Regardless of which side of the political aisle you may be on, right or left, Christians seem to have dodged a bullet by keeping Hillary Clinton out of the White House.
Why? Many reasons. Her support for abortion being very near the top of the
A topic that constantly rouses debate is what in the world is the Bible talking about when it says the "Sons of God" in Genesis 6:4?
You're reading along in Genesis and things seem to be going ok and making sense, and then all of
More has been written on Ezekiel 38-39 than perhaps any other two chapters in the Bible.
Why? Because they describe the great battle of Armageddon. The End Times battle. The battle of Gog & Magog. The battle in which Jesus rides in on a white horse