Most Christians don’t need convincing that the cross is crucial or that the resurrection is central to the gospel message. The ascension of Jesus Christ, however, is perhaps a different story. Here are four reasons why it is a big deal.
Jonathan Edwards, perhaps the most influential Christian of the 18th-century, once wrote: “Every Christian family ought to be as it were a little church.” If that’s true—and, in a way, I think it is—then it follows that a significant part of the life of each “little church” would be family worship.
You’ve probably heard it claimed before—that argument-ending, conversation-halting Christian trump card: “God told me.” How do we process such a claim?
While some may think studying the end times is akin to watching a Star Wars movie, there are actually some important applications for the Christian life in the now.
We are all needy people. We weren’t created as independent beings, as much as we would like to think that’s the case and, one way or another, we’ll come to understand that.
Surrounded as it is with cultural idolatry, Christianity is becoming increasingly marginalized and labeled as an ideology for the simple and unintellectual. How then should we live?
Have you ever noticed the God that some today claim to believe in bears little resemblance to the God described in the pages of Scripture?
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