Jesus calls the Devil the “father of lies.” Those are weighty words! How seriously do we take the battle between truth and deception? If you think
Jesus calls the Devil “the father of lies.” Not something (or someone) to be taken lightly! But many do. This episode is a biblical study of John 8:39-47.
Free from what? For what? Why was this famous statement so controversial and why can we miss it’s meaning? This episode is a Bible study on John 8:31-38.
“Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.” Did Jesus act with all grace and no truth, or all truth and no grace? — or both? This sermon explores John 5:53-8:11 (a text not in the oldest biblical manuscripts) and considers what we can learn from it about opening doors to others.
Life can be difficult. Wait, hold on. Life IS difficult! We’d better have the right captain in the storm. This podcast is a Bible study on John 5:30-47. We uncover a world-changing and life-changing Messiah who will see us through.
God cares about HOW we worship. And no, this isn’t about style. It’s about worshiping him “in spirit and truth.” In fact God “seeks” people to do so. This episode is a Bible Study on John 4:1-26 and the Samaritan woman at the well and “living water.”
We want to be whole-hearted, balanced and refreshed. And yet, many are feeling half-hearted, off-centred and tired! Good news: The Holy Spirit makes your spirit whole. That’s what I explore in this sermon on John 1:19-34.
We live our lives based on what we think is true. So in a time of information overload when so much is supposed to be “relative,” how do we know? Jesus’ words in the Sermon on the Mount give us eternal guidance.
Reading the Bible is important — and it can also be hard to understand sometimes! So here are 5 Study Bibles that can help.
What will your legacy be? Part 1 in the ‘Crop’ series explores the famous Parable of the Sower. 3 responses to God’s message lead to nothing, 1 to everything. Which should be choose?
Didn’t some politicians just vote on which books to include just to make Jesus look impressive and further their own cause? Um, not really. Here’s why.
Recently I led a sermon series called “Heaven and Hell: What does the Bible teach about what is true (instead of what we want to
When it comes to heaven and hell, who goes where, and who decides? How, those are huuuge questions! This podcast explores them in Part of the ‘Heaven & Hell’ series.
Last week we asked what heaven was like. But this week I explore what is perhaps one of the most difficult questions of all: What is
A Gallup poll revealed that 81% of people believe in heaven, but only 69% believe in hell. We like to believe in things we like,
Some people think atheism has a monopoly on reason and science, and that only religion requires “blind faith.” This post says Not So Fast, and explores how there is more to the pursuit of truth than what first meets the eye.
“You don’t actually believe in God, do you?” “Why would you read the Bible?” “Why in the world do you go to church?” Have you
This blog explores the idea some people have that science and faith are opposites. Here’s what many people think, why they think it, and how to respond. [Reading time 5.5 minutes.]
Every home has rules. Even the homes without rules have rules. (‘No rules’ is a rule!) Some are spoken, like ‘Put the toilet seat down.’
“I am a Jew,” Albert Einstein wrote, “but I am enthralled by the luminous figure of the Nazarene… No one can read the Gospels without