Faithful and Just

We have all sinned. Every one of us is guilty of breaking God’s laws—more than once (Romans 3:23). It all started in the Garden of Eden when Adam and Eve committed the first sin of disobedience (Genesis 3:1-6; Romans 5:12). Sin entered the world and from then on everyone was born with a sinful nature. … Continue reading Faithful and Just

An Appointment with the Great Physician

Doctors are a blessing and are used by God to help people. Their skill saves lives, delivers babies, and stabilizes bodies. Many of us wouldn't be around if not for them! But as helpful as they are, doctors aren't perfect. They're limited in skill and knowledge because they're human. They may not choose to acknowledge … Continue reading An Appointment with the Great Physician

We’re Family

Through the centuries, the Body of Christ has not always gotten along. We know this is true because correction for the church’s poor relational behavior began in the book of Acts and continued through the book of Revelation. We Christians, though saved through the blood of Jesus, need to know how to relate. If left … Continue reading We’re Family

We Are Ministers

Often we think of ministers as people like pastors and evangelists—all preaching from a pulpit to large groups of people. While these people and their calling are very important (Ephesians 4:11-16), they can’t reach everyone. God has only assigned so many apostles, prophets, pastors, and teachers to minister to the world. So how does God … Continue reading We Are Ministers