Free “Comparing Christianity to Islam” eChart

With a global pandemic and civil rights unrest affecting us all, our world is a frightening, confusing place for many who do not know Jesus. So how can we share the peace of the Gospel with friends or neighbors of different backgrounds and religions? This today’s eChart includes: Full-color charts comparing biblical Christianity and Islam Simple summaries comparing Continue Reading

14 Signs of Unhealthy vs. Healthy Caregiving

Guest post by June Hunt When caregiving is handled in an unhealthy manner, both the care receiver and the caregiver are negatively impacted. When a caregiver is rushed, pushed, harried, and overwhelmed, the care recipient feels like a burden, a hindrance, and begins to lose hope. In contrast, a caregiver who is dependable, well-rested, and Continue Reading

Free Psalm 23 eChart

ou probably already know Psalm 23, but have you ever read it in the cultural context of a first-century shepherd? This week’s free eChart will help you unpack even more meaning in one of the most beloved passages in the Bible.Perfect for both new believers and lifelong Christians alike, this week’s download will give you fresh Continue Reading

4 Short and Simple Journaling Questions to Refresh Your Faith and Purpose

Purpose Is Essential to Health and Healing By Dr. Gregory Jantz Many people hear the word purpose and think it applies only to grand, world-changing work. Not necessarily. Purpose is the unique thing we each have to offer the world, no matter how big or small. It is a matter of investing your gifts and Continue Reading

God’s Model for Fatherhood: How Christian Fathers Can Show Acceptance

Q: I’m a single father and I love my kids more than anything. They mean the world to me and I think they know it, but how can I show them that I love them unconditionally? A: The effect of a father’s approval or rejection is one of the most enduring experiences in our lives. Continue Reading

Top 20 Bible Classes to Teach Remotely during Coronavirus Quarantine (Zoom, Skype, Hangouts, etc.)

All you need is an internet connection, PowerPoint® or Keynote software, and one of our instant Bible lessons! You don’t need to be an expert to teach these! Whether or not your city is in a state of shut down, we’ve all been affected drastically by this virus. First of all, all of us at Continue Reading

4 Common Myths About God’s Will

What Are Some Wrong Assumptions about God’s Will? WRONG ASSUMPTION #1: God’s will is pretty much impossible for the average Christian to figure out. Under this assumption, God’s will is accessible only to a few, like eccentric Bible scholars or spiritual mystics who somehow have figured out how to hack into the Lord’s heavenly database. Continue Reading

2 Ways to Find Healing in Prayer

Guest Post by Dr. Gregory Jantz Just as we were created to take control of our thoughts, have a healthy range of emotions, be social beings, and fuel our bodies well, we were also created with a soul that needs care and attention in order to thrive. The idea of deepening your spiritual life may Continue Reading

Why Do Some Bibles Have “Extra” Books?

Flip open a Catholic Bible and you’ll quickly notice that there’s a different list of books than in the Bibles at the Baptist church down the road. Instead of thirty-nine Old Testament book, you’ll count forty-six. If it’s an Eastern Orthodox Bible, you’ll count even more books. So why do some Bibles have these “extra” Continue Reading

3 Simple Spiritual Disciplines to Celebrate Easter

Guest Post from Journey to the Resurrection – Rose Visual Bible Study Joy gives us strength and helps us fully experience the best parts of life and survive the harshest challenges. We often move toward imitations of joy or attempts to manufacture joy by amusing ourselves with distractions. But true joy most often rises up Continue Reading

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