Crosswalk.com interviews author David Teems on his latest book Tyndale: The Man Who Gave God an English Voice. Teems talks about the importance of William Tyndale’s efforts translating the Bible into English. Branded a heretic by the authorities of the day, Tyndale’s work became a watershed moment for both the Christian Church and the English-speaking world.
The message of the gospel is its own powerful witnessing tool.
Pastor Tim Kelley and his family lost daughter Hannah to an accidental shooting from another member of the church congregation. While it is natural to feel anger and resentment, this father shows the shooter love, compassion and forgiveness. In a true Christian act, Pastor Kelley and his family teach us all the real meaning of forgiveness.
The Qur'an denies, in a single ayah (verse), that Jesus the Messiah was crucified. By denying this historical reality, the Qur'an forces its followers to not only reject one of the most certain events of history itself, but by so doing it separates them from the life-giving message of the cross of Jesus Christ.
We ask Scotty Smith to tackle the age-old question of what was going on before "In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth." For more information about Scotty Smith, visit: www.scottysmith.org. For more information about Christianity, visit: www.christianity.com.
For more information about Tim Challies, visit: www.challies.com. For more information about Christianity, visit: www.christianity.com
This video was filmed in 2008. The Christian author and apologist shares his conversion to Christ following the Watergate scandal, his ministry with Prison Fellowship, and insights on the importance of a Christian worldview today.
Song is by Laurell Hubick (www.laurell.ca). Please do not steal this video, rip it or download it for any reason. Thank you! Enjoy! A great resource for Names of God http://www.lwf.org/site/PageNavigator/jesus/names_of_god
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We ask Michael Horton to explain the biblical view of Hell, and some misconceptions about it from both today and church history. For more information about Michael Horton, visit: www.whitehorseinn.org. For more information about Christianity, visit: www.christianity.com.
Kay Arthur teaches us about the meaning of covenants and why this Old Testament concept remains of vital importance to our understanding of Christianity today. For more information about Kay Arthur. visit: www.precept.org. For answers to more questions about Christianity, visit: www.christianity.com
Prayer can sometimes be a tough thing for people. This video takes a look at some of the struggles and thoughts a person might have with prayer, through the lens of a chat conversation with God.
Music is powerful. Henry is an elderly man that has had a rough time as he has aged -- suffering from seizures, depression and unresponsive to most people. His family and caretakers were desperate to bring back the light that once existed and their prayer was answered with a simple ipod filled with some of his favorite Christian songs. You absolutely must see the transformation that takes place once the beautiful music hits his ears. Truly heartwarming!
These stories of redemption will bring tears to your eyes. Share your story of God's grace in your life in the comments!
Powerful and eye-opening sermon. Sermon is titled "The Soul of Modesty" by CJ Mahaney.
Casting Crowns: "Glorious Day (Living He Loved Me)" -- Live
We ask pastor Joel Bradberry to sort out the themes and message of Hebrews. For more information about Joel Bradberry, visit: www.hcfellowship.com. For more information about Christianity, visit: www.christianity.com
God must have been smiling down the day that Christians from around the world all united together to lift up praise dances to celebrate the resurrection of the One who died for our sins. 39 cities from all across the globe participated in this exciting dance--which is quite possibly the biggest flash mob in the world! Hallelujah He is Risen!!! Download the song for Free at http://www.UptoFaith.com
It seems interesting that we refer to the day Christ died as "Good Friday." Considering the events of the day, tragic or awful seems more appropriate. However, we ultimately know what God was up to that day. Though the events seemed very BAD, God was using everything that happened for GOOD.