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As Christmas approaches, we want you to be able to talk about Jesus with the people you care about when the opportunity arises. So we put together a group of helpful videos on topics that might come up during your holiday gatherings.
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Critics of Christianity sometimes allege that our faith is similar to a pagan system since both require a sacrifice, but there are at least three significant differences.
Those of us experiencing loss during the holidays can feel overlooked when surrounded by festivity and cheer. How can we take part in the moments leading up to Christmas when merriment eludes us?
If we have been fully convinced, beyond mere feeling, of the truth of Jesus and His work, we’ll withstand the temptation to abandon Him when suffering finds us in this life.
There are a lot of promises in the Bible, but they're not all for Christians. How do we know which promises are for us?
Andy Stanley’s call for pastors to “unhitch [their] teaching of what it means to follow Jesus from all things old covenant” will, sadly, lead to a diminished view of God.
The idea that human beings are basically good is making its way into the Church. Here’s why this belief is not only false but also an obstacle to the gospel of grace.
God relates to people in the Old Testament differently from how He relates to people in the New Testament, but it’s not because of a change in His character. If God hasn’t changed, then what has?
Many people see the Bible as a tale of two different gods: a god of wrath in the Old Testament and a god of grace in the New Testament. But there is only one true God, and He has never changed.