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"I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me" - Galatians 2:20

Archive for September, 2012

Jonathan Cahn is President of Hope of the World ministries, Senior Pastor and Messianic Rabbi of the the Jerusalem Center/ Beth Israel in Wayne, New Jersey. He is also the author of this best selling book ‘The Harbinger‘. I have been asked to cover this “Harbinger” [warnings signs] debates, discussions and conversations. At the outset,  [ Read More ]

As a Christian Educator, I ensure that I am up-to-date with what’s happening in our world. Obviously I cannot keep pace with all that is happening in our huge and rapidly changing world but I make sure I am well informed on the relevant stuff that is turning our world around. Of course in my field of education – the operative  [ Read More ]

Categories: Article, Weblog

 by Pastor Greg Baker. Simply because something has become more acceptable to society as a whole doesn’t make it either right or without consequences. There are very real dangers that are associated with sex before and outside of marriage. I’m not looking for people to agree or disagree, but rather I’m looking to make some  [ Read More ]

Categories: Article, Bible Study, Devotions

The book Branded, by Alissa Quart is an amazing book that talks about how much money, time, and energy is spent by our corporate culture to effectively change the lives and habits of teenagers. She does a marvelous job of documenting the teenage-corporate-media relationship throughout American history. With degrees from Brown University and Columbia, her journalism  [ Read More ]

Categories: Article, Current Issue, Weblog

A sermon by Robert Leroe. Luke 11:1-4. “Lord, teach us to pray.” There was a program on British television about the state of religious experience among children. It told about a young boy whose parents suffered a very serious accident. The boy told the police, “I wanted to pray but didn’t know any prayers.” Alfred  [ Read More ]

Categories: Article, Bible Study, Devotions

Written by Rusty Wright. Picture the scene. You’re discussing your faith with a coworker or neighbor, perhaps over lunch or coffee. You explain your beliefs but your friend has questions: How could a loving God allow evil and suffering? The Bible is full of contradictions. What about people who’ve never heard of Jesus? How do  [ Read More ]

Categories: Article, Bible Study, Devotions

The life of Jesus was marked by ‘ordinary’ living. He was not a celebrity by the standards of his world nor by the standards of our contemporary world. There was nothing in him that was worth a nomination for a seat in the Roman senate or a seat among the elite Temple leaders. He was just too  [ Read More ]

Categories: Article, Bible Study, Devotions

Over the past few weeks I’ve dealt with some young people/parent issues and it seems that young people and their parents are finding it increasingly difficult to communicate reasonably over conflicting issues. I also discovered that young people are searching for ‘quick-fix’ ways to reach the ‘top of their game’ [if they can truly define their ‘game’], whilst parents are  [ Read More ]

Categories: Article, Bible Study, Devotions

By Steve Wukmer. The Bible instructs parents in Proverbs 22:6  “To train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old; he will not depart from it.”  Training or instruction by the parents is a necessity in a child’s life for proper development sociably, mentally, and physically.  The question that  [ Read More ]

Categories: Article

62 year old Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Cantebury, who serves in a dual role as the head of the Church of England and the spiritual head of the 80 million-membership of the world-wide Anglican Communion, is stepping down from his position in December 2012. He has voiced his concern [Daily Telegraph] that a single global spiritual leader is  [ Read More ]

Categories: Article, Current Issue, Weblog
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