The complaint of the Christian actress on Twitter reflects the tiredness of many with media which intentionally ignore matters of faith.
Which team do you belong to? Is Jesus your Lord? Don't be ashamed of it!
A pair of swallows can clock up as many as a thousand flights in search of little mud-balls until their nest is complete.
While we are in this life we are still engaged in waging war against sin, despite the fact that it has no lawful power over us.
The Israelites in Moses’ time kept God at a distance and, if we are honest with ourselves, we often struggle with this today. Yet the promise remains: Come near to God and he will come near to you.
The Hebrew term shajaph, translated as “seagull” in the Old Testament, literally means “thinness”.
On many occasions we are more concerned that others should be admiring us, than helping others to win.
The Hebrew word anaphah, which appears in the list of impure animals (Lv. 11:19; Dt 14:18), refers to herons, which are large, elegant, long-necked aquatic birds.
Part 5 of 5.
We need to ‘speak’ with actions as well as with words, and start with the people around us.
A Manifesto of church unity: Part 4 of 5.
Archaeological excavations have shown very old representations of roosters have been found in the Holy Land, specifically in Tell el Nasbeh and Gibeon.
A Manifesto of Church Unity: Part Three of Five.
God expects us to be strong enough to make the evil one frightened of our words and deeds.
For some Christians ‘structure’ is a dirty word, being seen in opposition to the spontaneity of the Holy Spirit. Yet there is structure all through the Bible.
A Manifesto of Church Unity: Part Two of Five.
We should all do what God has prepared for us, wherever he has placed us. And we should do it with a clean heart.
When Adam sinned he looked for something to cover himself with (yes, sin strips you bare, it shows who you really are).
Originating in Persia, this plant can still also be found growing in the region between Syria and India. It is a large herbaceous perennial bush.
Part one of five.
The Bible teaches that blessings and curses cannot spring from the same source.
Self-sufficiency weakens us, deprives us from support which we might have benefitted from, and widens the gap between our public persona and our private struggles.
The term “gazelle” appears on numerous occasions in the Bible, especially in relation to the Jewish peoples nutritional prescriptions. But it also appears as a symbol of lightness of foot and speed.
Four views within the evangelical world.
We can easily think that our hands are of little use and that even our arms could not be trusted on an important mission.