POWERFUL Message at the 2013 Inaugural Prayer Breakfast Remains Valid –

The initial link to this speech was quickly removed.  A new link had this message under it… “Published on Jan 27, 2013…This video has been erased, made “private”, and held back from people seeing it. So, what truth is in it making it such a battle to see it? Speak! The World Is Listening!” This […]

Wycliffe Associates Working to Launch 30 New Bible Translations Amid Tribal Violence in Papua New Guinea

(Orlando, Florida, USA)—Wycliffe Associates, an international organization involving people in the advancement of Bible translation, is undertaking efforts to launch at least 30 new Bible translations in the next month in Papua New Guinea despite recent civil unrest and tribal violence in some regions of the country. “We have seen how God’s Word heals even […]

Theology of Atonement – Part IV, the New Testament

Continued from Part III – The Ritual There needed to be a way to remove the stain of moral and spiritual guilt. This method had to be a way that would cleanse us of totally from every sin. Isaiah 53 and Daniel 9:14-27 prophesied that the Coming Messiah would be the Great Atonement for all of […]

Theology of Atonement – Part III, the Ritual

(Continued from Part II – History) Three hundred sixty four days a year, the priest was present during the first three acts of a sacrifice, but began his function only after the blood was received for sprinkling. However, on the Day of Atonement, the priest performed all parts of the sacrifice. Lev. 23:27-32 In the […]

Theology of Atonement – Part II, the History

History, Continued from Part I: Fifty days later, at Mount Sinai, God gave His law as the foundation of His covenant. (Exodus chapters 19-24). The early animal sacrifices were always symbolic, and blood was always known to be sacred and necessary for atonement and forgiveness. This was true of all bloody sacrifices from the beginning, […]

Theology of Atonement – Part I, the History

For reasons only God fully understands, shed blood was a vitally important event throughout the Old Testament. The Blood of Atonement, and its importance are mentioned about one hundred times within the books of Law and the prophets. What is Atonement? The Hebrew word for atonement, “Kaphar,” means to cover, expiate, condone, placate, or cancel. […]

An Ambassador in Chains Explains Why

This morning before prayer, I saw myself standing in my tiny apartment. Then I saw myself as just one tiny person  – standing in that whole big building full of people. Then the building – just one in a city of buildings, and the city just one in a nation of cities, and then the entire world. I […]

Scriptural Perspectives on Euthanasia

A) It’s not up to us to decide when a person should live and when they should die. Christians can reject the humanistic idea that death is nothing more than a natural process: Gen. 2:17, Death is an unnatural intrusion into our lives as a consequence of the Fall. 1 Cor. 15:26, 56 Death is […]

Consider Living Faith Bible College This Next September

Living Faith, a non-denominational, evangelical Christian Bible College, is located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains near Caroline, Alberta. Their goal is to impact local and global communities by changing hearts, teaching minds, and serving others. The mandate of Living Faith Bible College is “equipping for life and ministry around the world.” And around […]