On March 22, 2016, at exactly 12 pm, my mom went to be with the Lord. (Read my tribute.) While death is no longer an enemy for a believer in Jesus Christ, it remains difficult for the dying and their loved ones. I’m really going to miss my mom! Death is the result of sin in the […]
What does the Bible say about...
Most of our day-to-day activity is lived in the context of relationships. Because of that, it is crucial that we have a biblical view of relationships so we can relate to others and deal with relational problems in a realistic, healthy, and grace-filled way. That’s why I’m glad that CCEF Paul Tripp and Timothy Lane of […]
The Bible contains truth that applies to all of life and has a tremendous amount to say about how we live our lives and work our jobs. The Bible’s view of work and productivity is vastly different from our culture’s view: Our culture says work is for self-fulfillment. The Bible says that work is about […]
Struggling with temptation? If you answered no, then biblically speaking, you are not being honest (1 John 1:8-9). Battling sin and temptation is a characteristic of all true Christians. We’ve been set free from the power of sin, but that doesn’t mean we live a perfect and sinless life. We are called to put off […]
In this excerpt from the message Place of Faith (Mark 5:21-43), Jim Kallam makes seven, biblical observations regarding faith and healing: 1. Even those who Jesus healed were subject to further decay and ultimately death. 2. Jesus left many people still in their difficulty, illness and struggle (John 5:3-5). 3. People speak of healing as if there […]