The promise is just as real as it was when Jesus spoke it to our first parents all those years ago in Eden.
Paul is a fascinating character who lived a life that can still teach church leaders and Christians of all maturity some valuable lessons.
One was strong, one was fat. One had great riches, one owned a cat (or two).
With people unable to see their spouses, children or grandchildren in isolation, the COVID crisis is proving to be a test of endurance—just like the Christian journey.
In biblical times, hearing was the key to understanding. Does the same adage ring true today?
Paul's voyage to Rome, as detailed in the book of Acts, outlines the most significant truth in the New Testament.
Jesus was naked on the cross. They never show that in the church-authorised depictions. It begs the question: have we Christians failed to recognise the radical nature of the jagged descent Jesus chose to make?
"Everyone thinks forgiveness is a lovely idea—until he has something to forgive."—C S Lewis
Connaître Jésus ou avoir des connaissances sur lui? Dans notre cheminement sur terre en tant que disciple du Christ, quel est notre plus grande aspiration?