Dear Roger, Why are there so many false religions, and how do I know which ones are real? I hear a lot of singers, movies and writers talking about ancient gods or mythology stories. For example, Rain Man is the nickname for Amun-Re , or Re, who was Horus Re , or Horus the Egyptian Sun God. I saw that Amun means “let it be”. And “contentment” or “forgiven...
Type: Ask Roger
Author: Roger Barrier
Topic: Person of Satan, Spiritual Warfare, Salvation, Church and Culture, Evangelism, World Religions
The narrative of the Bible teaches of God's interactions with man. From the sacrifice at the fall to cover man's sin, we see God's covenant promises again and again to deepen our faith in His love.
Dr. Brad Tuttle shares his colorful testimony beginning with his daring days as a Navy deep sea diver and nationally-known power lifter. He shares his journey around the globe as a member of the evangelistic "Power Team" and his current calling as a pastor.
Topic: New Birth
Twitter now has 554,750,000 active registered users. 58 million tweets fill cyberspace every day. I can’t imagine life without twitter. Twitter’s role in the communications revolution is obvious, whether it be used by churches or in political revolutions taking place around the world (Iran, for example). But I want to make a more personal case: Twitter makes me a better...
Author: Leonard Sweet
Topic: Church and Culture
"The words of the wicked lie in wait for blood: but the mouth of the upright shall deliver them" (Proverbs 12:6). This is a sobering scripture, but aligns with many others. Paul prayed that the love of the Philippians would "abound more and more in knowledge and depth of insight." Therefore, when we love people, we are to love them with knowledge and insight, not in a...
Author: Chet Weld
God's yes in salvation is found in Jesus Christ. God's hearing of your prayers is found yes in Jesus Christ. God's ability to sustain you in suffering finds its yes in Jesus Christ. Everywhere else the answer is no , not yes , which is why we cling to Jesus, pursue Jesus, preach Jesus, exalt Jesus, make much of Jesus. He is the author and the perfecter of our...
Speaker: Matt Chandler
Scripture: 2 Corinthians 1:20, Genesis 12:1-3, 2 Samuel 7:16, Revelation 3:21
Topic: Promises of God
The apostle Paul is so precious to us because he was Christ-centered, a steward of God's grace, a messenger of the mystery, a champion of the church, and a recipient of service. Paul is a pattern for us as believers. Preached at Bent Tree Bible Fellowship . Used by permission. Featured at Telling the Truth with Stuart, Jill and Pete Briscoe. Used by permission.
Scripture: Ephesians 3:1, Acts 21:21-22, Colossians 1:27, Colossians 2:2-3, 1 Corinthians 4:16-17
God's big heart is passion-filled with love for His creatures. He's called us to be an integral part of His redemptive plan. what fences do you need to jump to reach others for Christ? What cubicles do you need to poke your head around? What school desks do you need to stop hiding behind? What empty chairs do you need to see?
Speaker: John McKinzie
Scripture: Matthew 28:19-20, Acts 1:8
“Preach the gospel at all times and, if necessary, use words.” This classic quote, misattributed to Saint Francis of Assisi, is both clever and catchy. It just isn’t biblical. Evangelism—communicating the good news of King Jesus—always requires words. Christians are called to adorn the gospel with actions ( Titus 2:10 ), to be sure, but our actions are not the gospel. No...
Author: Matt Smethurst
Dr. Russell Moore explains that sharing the Gospel is not complicated. In fact, he can clearly summarize it in three words: "Can you explain the gospel in three words? Someone posted a challenge a couple of weeks ago on social media. “One can’t explain the whole gospel in only three words,” I mumbled to myself. “That’s why we have a canon of 66 books.” The more I thought...
Author: Russell Moore