The Heroic Courage Of Mike Pence

Jun 25th, 2022 | By

Former Vice President Mike Pence has never hidden his faith in Jesus Christ or his values and standards as a Christian. In terms of loyalty to the president over his four years of service (2017-2021), Pence was exemplary. But, when faced with the brutal realties of the insurrection on 6 January 2021 and the pressure he was feeling from the president, his faith gave him the stability and forthrightness to do the right thing—to stand for truth and to defend the Constitution. Let’s think together about the heroic courage of Mike Pence on that fateful day in January 2021.

Romans 1:18-1:32

Jun 24th, 2022 | By

Paul details the three consequences of rejecting God’s revelation–perverse human sexuality, a depraved mind and the downward spiral of evil.

What Is Happening To The Church?

Jun 18th, 2022 | By

Samuel Goh, lecturer of Old Testament at Brisbane Theological Seminary in Australia, has recently written of the “social reality” of American evangelicalism: A polarization that is paralyzing the evangelical church. Consider some of his observations

Romans 1:8-1:25

Jun 17th, 2022 | By

Paul explains the three reasons for his letter and proposes the thesis of his book: justification by faith.

The Wisdom Of Organic Farming?

Jun 11th, 2022 | By

In 1988, Mother Teresa and James Lovelock, advocate of the Gaia hypothesis, got into an argument at Oxford University’s Global Forum for Survival. [The doctrine of Gaia, most famously represented in Rosemary Ruether’s book Gaia and God: An Ecofeminist Theology of Earth Healing, argues that male domination of women and male domination of nature are interconnected. She defines “sin” as wrong relationships among human beings and between them and the rest of nature that foster not just economic and political injustice and racism and sexism, but also the destruction of the entire created order. The Gaia hypothesis centers on the thesis that the earth is a living creature. The theory, in fact, imputes a kind of divine power to the Earth.

Romans Intro-1:8

Jun 10th, 2022 | By

Romans 1:1-8 – Paul introduces himself as a servant and Apostle of Jesus, who is the Messiah and Son of God, vindicated by HIs resurrection as the Lord.

Idleness vs. Work

Jun 4th, 2022 | By

Historically, America has been known as a nation of committed workers: Phrases such as “rugged individualism,” “pulling oneself up by one’s boot straps,” and the much maligned “Protestant work ethic” are rarely used today. One obvious reason is that America has moved from being an industrial economy to a more service-based economy. Besides, with the COVID pandemic, more people are working from their homes than ever. But the pandemic has also produced what has become known as the “Great Resignation.” Apparently, millions of people have quit working completely.

Genesis Patriarchs 47:13-50:33

Jun 3rd, 2022 | By

As Joseph administers relief from the famine, Jacob blesses Joseph’s two sons, and then his others sons, securing the promise from Joseph to be buried in the Promised Land.