The Birth of Jesus – Luke 2:1-20 (NIV)

The Birth of Jesus In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world. (This was the first census that took place while Quirinius was governor of Syria.) And everyone went to his own town to register. So Joseph also went up from the town of […]

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 […]

“Why Does God allow Suffering?”

I recently shared with my sister a blog my pastor had written concerning God and the suffering in this world. I was excited about this blog because my sister had told me just two weeks earlier that she can not honor or follow a God that allows innocent children to suffer horribly. You know the […]

God’s Work in Even the Most Disorganized of Lives: Part Two

. Continued from Part I The next day, Wednesday, when I was somewhere in Utah, I called Roland. He told me the surgery appointment had been changed to next Wednesday. Rats! After all the trouble to make the bus! But I had made the bus. And for that, I think there was a reason. Could […]

Deaf Muslim Man Finds God’s Grace in the Scriptures

The following testimony was shared by a young Deaf man named Ayo* after he attended a recent outreach event with a ministry partner. His story is sure to touch your heart. “I know God used my friend to invite me to church today. I have never been to a Christian church before. I have grown […]


TODAY is our DAY OF THANKSGIVING. – – Make NO Mistake, good friends. The ONLY reason for this miracle win – including the Senate and House – was the depth of prayer and the crying out of God’s people. It was nothing short of a miracle. You cannot deny – that this election was unforeseen, […]