The Truth About Atheists

What would you say if an atheist challenged your deepest convictions about God and the Bible? In this session Sean role plays an atheist, raises tough questions against the faith by taking live questions from the audience, and then steps out of character and helps the audience reflect on the

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Why I Believe (video series)

Scripture calls Christians to “be prepared” to give answers to anyone who asks about the faith. Are you prepared? Or do you feel ill-equipped? The facts of the resurrection, the reliability of the Bible, and the evidence for creation – all have solid proofs that you, your children, your grandchildren,

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A Let-Us Diet

Peter Kerr takes us through seven “Let Us” commands in the Bible, directions to take our focus off ourselves and off the circumstances surrounding us, and on to the peace, love, compassion and righteousness of Christ.

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A New Way of Seeing

Looking back at all that’s happened in 2020, it’s easy to get discouraged or afraid. On the eve of his betrayal, arrest and execution, Jesus knew his disciples would likewise see the circumstances surrounding them as daunting, uncertain and disastrous. And so he offered them a new way of seeing

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The Importance of Jesus’ Birth

Why was Jesus’ birth so important? The Bible gives us a lot of details about his birth, which is how we know that God considers it important. But why? Perhaps the first thing that comes to mind is that, after 400 years of silence from God, Jesus was living proof

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God Sees Me

Remember when the Lord spoke to the woman at the well? No, not the Samaritan woman. The first woman at the well, way back in Genesis 16. In the midst of all the upheavals and strife and suffering in her life, God reached out to Hagar to tell her that

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Live by the Spirit

When the Bible tells us to live by the Spirit, we have to understand that the Spirit of God will not lead us into something He doesn’t empower us to do. Unfortunately, we sometimes fall into the habit of excusing our failures as inherent in our character, and beyond the

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Jesus, the Faithful Witness

From his exile on Patmos, the apostle John got a spectacular vision of Jesus Christ. John had spent years with Jesus walking around Palestine, he’d spent decades preaching Jesus after his death, resurrection and ascension, but none of that had prepared him for the dazzling glory of Jesus now before

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The Control of God, Part 2

We often focus so closely on the superficial circumstances of our present that we lose sight of the overall working out of God’s will. His sovereignty promotes worship, fosters humility, teaches us to walk by faith, and means we don’t have to worry. See also part 1.

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The Control of God

There are many events in the Bible where people sought to carry out their own evil intent, and were successful at it. And yet God’s good purposes were accomplished in the end despite men’s best efforts otherwise. So many examples where God’s sovereign will was fulfilled even when it seemed

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