I have been thinking lately about fortresses. Some years back I had the opportunity to take a day off—I was leading a group through Israel and Jordan—and I had read about some mysterious castles or fortresses, we could call them out in the middle of the Jordanian desert. There were 7 or 8 of them at least and . . .


Is it wrong to doubt, or have doubts? Was Thomas wrong to doubt his fellow disciples? If you have doubts about Jesus, what should you do about them? Pastor Doug Schroeder provides guidance in this edition of "The Word Today".


Why is the resurrection of Jesus Christ so important? How does it impact you today? Pastor Doug Schroeder shares the answer in this edition of "The Word Today".


You know, some people try to make a mockery out of hell and they say well, I don’t know if there is such a place and if I go there because I deny Jesus believe me I’ll have a lot of company, ho ho ho. They think that is a joke as though they are going to have a lot of friends there and a lot of company there. Well let me tell you something—hell is


"I am going to refer to something there that I believe is very important and that is the purpose and the reason why God has called us into His kingdom; why he has transformed us, why he has completely changed us into not a . . ."


We have Jesus encouraging us to not worry and try to take control over what’s happening, especially in cases where we have no control. No matter how much we might try to seek it. Jesus acknowledges these two factors in the topic of worry. One is . . .


Who was this suffering servant referred to by Isaiah? How could loving God allow such a thing? Pastor Doug Schroeder answers these questions and more in this edition of "The Word Today".


What does it mean when the Bible says we should, "Set apart Christ as Lord"? How do we do that? Pastor Doug Schroeder shares how in this edition of "The Word Today".


When you are feeling burdened and troubled, the chances are there is something wrong in your life. Either you are living immorally or you are being dishonest, or you are . . .


Today I am going to be referring to the Revelation of St. John, the last book of the Bible. The reason I don’t say more about the Revelation of St. John is that it is apocalyptic language meaning that the language is very mysterious and very figurative and as a result most people, probably nobody here on earth knows exactly what it all means. But

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