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What Do Christians Think About Hanukkah?

Christians are able to remember the message of Hanukkah as a reminder of both God’s provision and as a call for our faithfulness to God. 

What is Advent? (not only for Catholics)

What is Advent and is it only for Catholics? Protestants celebrate advent too, because it’s centered on the gospel of grace.

Daily Living in Light of Eternity: The New Heavens and New Earth

Have you ever wondered if we will we have bodies in heaven? What does the Bible teach about the New Heavens & New Earth, and does it matter for our daily life?

Is the Christian a Saint or Sinner?

Every Christian continues to endure temptation and sinful desires. Luther’s Simul Justus et Peccator helps understand Christian identity in the gospel’s light.

Christian Hope is Not a Wish

What is the foundation of Christian hope? The resurrection of Jesus Christ delivers hope to the hopeless.

A Refuge in the Tragedies of Life

In the aftermath of tragedies and suffering, what does it mean to trust the Lord as your refuge? Turn to the Psalmist and the promises of the gospel.

Every Christian is a Minister: The Priesthood of All Believers

One of the hallmarks of the Protestant Reformation is the Priesthood of All Believers. Is it biblical, and what does it mean for the Christian in real life?

Three Ways to be a Faithless Christian

Does your Christian life reflect active faith in God to provide, or are you living risk-free? The gospel is the the foundation for courageous Christianity.

What Jesus Meant by Entering the Kingdom as Children

We don’t enter the kingdom of heaven as children because we have become so gentle and obedient. We enter as children because of our Heavenly Father. 

What We Say to God When we Sin

I am convinced if we realized all the things we were saying to God when se sin, we’d turn to God more and we’d sin less. There’s a lot of overlap between these statements, but hopefully these will help you… Continue Reading →

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