Everything You Need To Know About Hyper-Calvinists

The apologetic/ research ministry Carm explain Hyper-Calvinism in this way "is the unbiblical and unscriptural teaching that because God has predestinedthose whom He wills to be saved (Ephesians 1:1-11, Acts 13:48, etc.,), that no evangelism is necessary (not all Hyper-Calvinists hold to this view) because God will bring about the salvation of the elect whether or not the Christians preach and... Continue Reading →

Book Series: Prayer

When you come bring the cloak which I left at Troas with Carpus, and the BOOKS, especially the parchments. Apostle Paul in 2 Timothy 4:13 (NASB).

Book Series: Worship Team

When you come bring the cloak which I left at Troas with Carpus, and the BOOKS, especially the parchments. Apostle Paul in 2 Timothy 4:13 (NASB). Constance M. Cherry series

Are You a Nominal Christian? A Diagnostic Test

If used well, these questions could provide a starting point from which to engage people we love on the question of their Christianity. If we listen well, show empathy, and share the gospel, we may see the Holy Spirit bring true faith to those who desperately need it.

A Word to the Young

November 22, 2013  by: Paul Washer Remember your creator in the days of your youth - Ecclesiastes 12:1 Time does not seem like such a precious commodity when you think you have a great deal of it. What you do with your time is not a great concern when you forget that it belongs to Another and that... Continue Reading →

I Failed as a Parent—Now What?

By Rick Thomas When a person says that they failed as a parent, they are sharing the concern of every parent. Though parental failure can differ significantly, none of us do it ideally, which is why you want to think about your limitations and imperfections, as well as what God might be doing in your... Continue Reading →

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