“The Christian Church has mostly reduced Christ’s ministry to one of dying to placate an angry God bent on punishing the sinners. According to this limited view, the death of Christ was payment on behalf of sinners; providing God with the legal right to forgive sins, past, present and future. More seriously, it damages the doctrine of grace.”
“I Have a Future” is a statement of confidence and expectation that our lives and choices matter beyond the certainties and uncertainties of life and death, loss and hope.
There have been some amazing comeback stories, from Michael Jordan to Robert Downey Jr. But they all fade in comparison to what Jesus did . . . and will do again.
“It was the worst of times, it was the best of times . . .” Judy Fua reflects on the events and emotions surrounding Jesus’ death and resurrection.
As a Church, the effectiveness of our mission hinges on how well we understand the people who we are trying to reach.
How a sparrow and a dragonfly helped Pastor Glenn Townend develop an important habit.
Our world and media is saturated with different ideas and pictures of death. But what really happens when a person dies? (Fundamental Belief #26)
A look at the biblical evidence for the resurrection.
What goes down sometimes comes up.