The confinement in our homes is forcing millions to stop abruptly, cancel all our plans, and take time to look in the mirror.
God knows what is coming; He always has, and we never have. Maybe this can stir a greater humility in us all, even when restrictions ease.
For all who trust in Christ, there is real and eternal hope. In the storm, at some point, He will reveal his true glory to us.
We are “condemned” to staying at home with our partner, our children or just ourselves.
A University of Copenhagen shows that “in March, internet searches for the topic prayer surged to the highest level during the past 5 years [...] It occurs on all continents and for Christians and Muslims”.
As pastors, ministers, church leaders and preachers, we need to be very confident in God’s Word as we plunge into a global crisis.
Let us listen carefully, think deeply, change appropriately to the messages from the media and speak relevantly through the media into our society.
The cinema shows many examples of viruses that affect humans, producing devastating epidemics that remind us of our fragility and vulnerability.
The Evangelical Hospital of Barcelona has set up a special area for Covid-19 patients. They ask churches to pray for them “to continue being a light in the midst of this pandemic”.
Despair, distraction and compromise are three of them.
Mursilis was unsure if the storm god was indeed the reason for the plague that happened between 1350-1325 BCE. He panicked because libations and offerings were about to cease.
Pastor Andrew Brunson challenged Christian media to reach Muslims with the gospel. “God wanted someone weak, to be an encouragement to other weak people”, he said about his time in prison.
Psalm 91 has breathed encouragement and peace into millions of believers in the midst of trial. Its message is very relevant to our current epidemic situation.
God wants mature people, able to judge and discern correctly.
The starting point is always fellowship with the Father. We cannot give what we are not first receiving.
Prevention is key but panic and fear are irrational feelings that only lead to impulse-driven decisions.
The processional way was approximately 250 meters long, 20 meters wide and was adorned with 120 lions. The Ishtar gate hosted the festival of the Babylonian new year.
God has given us the victory in all the situations of our lives by means of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Many Christians seem to uphold traditional ideas about fatherhood that lack both the precision and nuance needed to father in today’s world.
We humans are often motivated to change only when we see the consequences of our actions.
Jesus used the opportunity to heal someone as a practical way of teaching us something else.
Global Integration is a framework for engaging actively and responsibly with our world, locally through globally, for God’s glory.
It is impossible to live a Christian life that pleases God if we are not filled with his Spirit.
Why God’s four questions in Genesis 3 should still be asked today.
There is nothing more important than coming to know Jesus as Lord.
We who follow Jesus Christ have also been made priests (Revelation 1:6).