Do You Love Me

Billy Graham once said, "If you were the only person who ever lived in this world, Jesus went to the cross for you, to pay for your sins." You are more loved than you dared hope. How do we know? Just look at the cross. ``

Money and You

In the 1830s, Alexis de Tocqueville recorded his famous "Observations of America" in which he noted a strange melancholy that haunts the inhabitants in their abundance. "Americans, believe prosperity could quench their yearning need for happiness." This is still a popular belief in the 21st century, for if not abundance, then what?

The Scandal of God

People involved in scandals are in the headlines almost every day from all walks of life. Famous people, politicians, athletes, movie stars, TV stars, Wall Street tycoons - even religious leaders. But what if God was involved in a scandal? The Bible teaches that a crucified God is a foolish scandal. Let's learn more about this paradox.

For Children Only

"The kingdom of God is for kids only." This seems like an odd statement to make. But Jesus told His disciples, "Whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child shall not enter it." Let's learn more about what that means.

Ten Healed, One Saved

When Jesus healed the ten lepers, they were sent to the priest to be declared "clean." But only one of them returned to give praise and thanksgiving. What is the significance of the act of turning back and thanking Jesus, and what does it mean for us in the 21st century? Let's learn more about it.

What Is God Like?

Have you ever wondered what God is like? He is invisible to our eye, so how can we know Him? Let's turn to the Old Testament Prophet Micah who paints a beautiful picture of God and teaches us how we can learn more about Him.

The Search

To the world, you may be just a name on a computer, or a printout, or a number in a phonebook. But to God, you are valuable. You are His creation and precious in His sight. God has great plans for your life - to bring you to Himself, to change you and transform you.

A Story for Diane

Most of us live our lives trying to do the right thing and be the best person we can be. Isn't that what God wants us to do? Won't we surely be rewarded by Him for our good deeds? In this week's parable, we will hear how our spiritual resumes are worthless before God, and what it will take to enter the kingdom of God.

How to Maintain Your Spiritual Health

How is your spiritual health these days? Is it good? Full of vitality? We are going to look at what Jesus has to say about keeping it in good shape in our parable for today.

Be Careful With Money and Possessions

In the Parable of the Rich Fool, Jesus warns against storing up treasures for ourselves. On the day our life is demanded of us, all our earthly riches will no longer be irrelevant. Titles will no longer impress. It won't matter what cars sat in our garage. What will matter is if we have a real life with God. Let's learn what does it mean to be "rich toward God."

Stories for Christian Pessimists

Sometimes when we look at the world with all its problems and darkness, it seems like evil is winning. The score is 12 to 0 and all is lost. But Jesus tells us to not let the scoreboard fool us. In response to this kind of discouragement, Jesus offers a reassuring pep talk in some parables about the kingdom of God

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