I want us to consider a question, “If Jesus was physically walking around your city today, where would you find him?”
There’s something about suffering that is so beautifully raw and real that it intrinsically separates the ‘fluffy’ faith from the true regenerate work of God in our lives.
Modern media platforms have sometimes produced malformed Christians. How can we avoid some of the pitfalls of online teaching content.
Because of the controversial claims which Jesus made about himself, we are confronted with this trilemma, was he mad, bad or God?
Both Jo and I both have large families (we each have four kiddies) and so it has always seemed obvious that it’s just not the ‘season’ in which we could do this.
It is trendy these days to question or deny the existence of Jesus. But what does history really tell about the life of Jesus?
If Jesus only lived and died, He is of no consequence. The resurrection of Jesus, then, is so essential to the gospel that if it is not true, Christianity is not true.
Now that I’ve been to and experienced all God does during these conference times I don’t think I will ever miss the Four12 Conference in South Africa ever again.
How do we know the condition of our hearts? We cannot hide the condition of our hearts for long, eventually our mouths will betray us.
What followed was a year and a half of not being able to lean on my impeccable credentials, my education at the best university in Africa, my networks or the colour of my skin.
‘Christian movies’ often have good intentions but don’t enjoy positive critical reviews. How does this one fair?
He didn’t deliver His Word and then leave us to get on with trying to get it right. The Bible without the Spirit is death…
I was reading Job 23 and was reminded of a word brought by an elder at our leaders at Joshua Generation Church. He shared about trusting God even when life seems so unfair
Before there was time, before there was light. Before the earth began to turn. Before there were stars, or galaxies or the universe… There was God. And God was thinking about you.
When our worship songs focus on His character, glory, power, love and grace, we can’t go wrong. Singing to Him about how amazing He is can only be good for us; it takes our focus off ourselves and onto what – or rather, Who – is unchanging.
I like a peaceful Jesus. You know, the one we read about in the Bible. The one Isaiah refers to as the “Prince of Peace”…