Who Is the Holy Spirit?

I’m sure most of us can remember Saturday morning cartoons or comic books filled with superheroes. These defenders of humanity were very strong and always showed up in the nick of time ready to “save the day!” How exciting!

The Mothers of the Bible

She speaks wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her tongue. She watches over the affairs of her household…her children arise and call her blessed…Many women do noble things, but you surpass them all. Proverbs 31:26-29 selected

Publisher Insists Christians Have a Role in the ‘Defense of the Faith’

The defense of the Christian faith is in danger of becoming marginalized and dismissed by skeptics, warns the executive director of Athanatos Christian Ministries, an apologetics organization that is known for promoting and defending the Christian faith through the arts and literature.

8 Things Jesus’ Resurrection Does for You… Right Now!

Most believers view the resurrection of the Lord Jesus either through a historical or a prophetical lens. They tend to look backward or forward. Too often, sons and daughters of God fail to grasp the present-tense benefits that have come to us as a result of this grand, spiritual conquest that took place when the stone rolled away almost 2,000 years ago. Before we dive into those, let’s take a quick look at how we limit ourselves by adopting a purely past- or future-tense view of the resurrection.

Facebook or the Bible? You Can Read Both At Once

In our increasingly secular, celebrity-obsessed, connected world, it’s no surprise that Facebook is read far more than the Bible, which a study highlighted this week as the giant of social media celebrated its 10th birthday. But it’s also true that millions of people who may not encounter the Bible in any other way are doing so through Facebook-based Bible ministries.

Film Focuses on Adoption Inspired by Biblical Story

THE ALMOND TREE, a documentary film about a local (Cincinnati/Dayton) tri state couple and their amazing adoption story inspired by Biblical scripture.

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