The world in which we live is becoming increasingly polarized. There is animosity if not hatred on the international scene but also inside many nations. The Church is called to accomplish a ministry of reconciliation. What should we know about this, and how can we accomplish our mission? Given 6/18/2016.
This world is in trouble. Violence, corruption and evil exist wherever you look. These three words - corrupt, evil and violent - are used to describe the world of Noah's day. And they are apt descriptors of our day. What is the solution? The promised return of Jesus Christ. What will that world look like and how will it be different from today's world. Given 7/2/2016.
The country that has been the leader of the free world is in trouble. What does the Scripure say about the condition and future of the United States? Given 5/14/2016
Prism is defined as a medium that distorts, slants, or colors whatever is viewed through it. We must ask ourselves through which prism are we looking at this world - God's prism or our own? It is important that we view and analyze things from God's perspective. Given 5/14/2016
A vital confrontation occured in an Israelite desert. At stake was the future of humanity. What can we learn from this spiritual battle? Given 4/06/2016.
What is the price we should be willing to pay for unity in the Church? What part do you play in whether there is unity? We all have a part to play and we all bear some responsibility for unity. Given 3/5/2016.
What can we learn about faith from Hebrews 11? One of the most difficult Scriptures in the Bible is Hebrews 11:1. It is also one of the most controversial. We can learn a great deal about faith by a study of Hebrews 11. Given 3/12/2016.
Why is the preaching of the gospel so important? What is the Church's responsibility, and the responsibility of each member of the Church? How is this related to Christian growth? Given 3/19/2016
How can we learn to have peace, and to be peacemakers? In a very familiar section of the Bible we find a very interesting spiritual formula Jesus gave--a progressive series of steps that take us on a path to peace. Given 1/9/2016.