Matt and Stuart’s story of living with the deep guilt of a rebellious, broken life. When alcohol and drugs don’t fill the gap, can God set you free from addiction? Will God meet you at your point of need?
After a recent trip to revisit the events of the 1859 Ulster Revival, we sense the Lord calling us to believe that he desires to once again pour out the Holy Spirit in revival.
It was great to see that whilst we went there to encourage the Brazilian youth, we were just as equally encouraged by their boldness and faith.
I’m so blessed to have been given such a wonderful opportunity to go to Brazil as part of a youth outreach team from my church, Living Hope.
Society has no stomach for any opinion but its own. But the Christian is called to believe and speak what the Bible teaches.
I’d been a main player in a criminal syndicate that distributed drugs to many Johannesburg night clubs, arrested multiple times for reasons ranging from assault to drugs…and even attempted murder.
We played some music, got the food ready, and waited for the students. And they came. They came hungry, curious, grateful and ready to hang out. Inevitably, they wanted to know one thing: why?
If those who have not been saved are spiritually dead, how can they respond to Christians who are ‘showing them’ what it is like to follow Jesus?
Before Christianity is a philosophy, or a theology, or a moral way of living – Christianity is news. And not just any kind of news – it is a good news message.
What did Mike experience at the 2018 Four12 School of Evangelism in South Africa? Watch this great video testimony from Mike and be encouraged by what God is doing amongst us.
In July of 2018 Four12 held a school designed to develop those who feel they are called to be five-fold evangelists or those that wanted to develop in evangelism. Here are some of the life-changing stories from our time together!
It is trendy these days to question or deny the existence of Jesus. But what does history really tell about the life of Jesus?
Why is it that the brightest minds often miss the simple truths?
The ‘Cosmological argument’ remains one of the most compelling philosophical arguments for the existence of God which also happens to be in the Bible. Lets take a closer look.
What makes a person an Atheist and how can we help?
When one of the most successful artists of his generation can no longer find meaning in being alive, his death proves that a hopeless culture is more ready than ever to hear the truth.
The writers of the Enlightenment, with inflated sense of accomplishment christened the previous Church-dominated era ‘The Dark Ages’.
All it takes is one skim through the book of Acts to realise that urgently spreading the Gospel was ingrained into the way that the apostles lived, and this is the way that we are called to live too.
If God created our ability to think, how does our reason relate to our faith and how is rationality viewed in society today?
‘Christian movies’ often have good intentions but don’t enjoy positive critical reviews. How does this one fair?
In a world which has such a diversity of philosophies and religions, how can we be sure that Jesus represents the truth?
The way we see the world is shaped by the context we have been raised in. What can we do about it?
Is a big church a fulfillment of the ‘Great Commission’ or is it a shallower version of what church should be?
Have you ever considered an unbeliever and struggled to find the confidence that they could ever be truly transformed?
“Treasure hunting” is a popular phrase that Christians use to describe prophetic evangelism. What does the Bible say, is this helpful?
How far is too far in accommodating the message of the Gospel to the modern post-Christian audience?
“The Bible presents a problem for some people. They ask, how can God expect you to follow a book that says to stone adulterers, grow your sideburns, and never eat bacon?” Adam Hellyer explains.
Shaun reviews ‘God’s Not Dead 2’ and speaks about some of the relevant issues it highlights.
Greetings in the precious name of Jesus from Hoedspruit. South Africa. What an exciting month this has been, much better than the Olympics!
I am no one extraordinary and no I’m not insecure about this truth. In fact I revel in the truth that I don’t need to be anyone special to fulfill the God given commission given to us all as believers.
What is it that both Christians and non-Christians hate? Evangelism! In this article, I want to look at evangelism through another lens; how to develop a heart for the lost.
“My one word for our time in Hoedspruit, well for all of life as a Christian really, is RISK. There is no adventure without risk, but oh if you allow God to lead you on the adventure He so longs to lead you on, you will see His provision and providence in ways you could never imagine.”…