2016-09-27T11:02:27ZComparing the Old Covenant and New Covenant, it's easy to see why God sent Jesus to Earth. Unpack God's master plan of salvation.
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2016-09-27T11:02:27Z'A Christmas Lesson' is an original Christian poem exploring the true meaning of Christmas through the eyes of a young boy.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZThe emerging church (often called the emergent church) is widely misunderstood. Learn what it's all about, and why it is so attractive to young seekers.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZKaren Wolff shows us how to turn our negative thoughts into positive thinking--permanently--with these positive attitude tips for Christians.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZIs there such a thing as unanswered prayers? Karen Wolff suggests that every prayer is indeed answered by God, just not always in the way we expect.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZThese audiobooks for Christians offer some fresh listening options for those who don't have time, or don't like to read.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZThese founding fathers quotes give an overview of the strong moral and religious convictions held by the men who formed the foundations of our nation.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZRead incredible stories and learn valuable lessons while meeting the Bible's prophets, heroes, and villains in the exciting pages of the Historical Books.
2016-09-27T11:02:27Z'All Scripture Is God-breathed' describes the doctrine known as the inspiration of Scripture. Learn what it means to say the Bible is inspired.
2016-09-27T11:02:27Z‘My Best Friend’ is a Christian poem about a boy and his grandpa. While fishing, the old man teaches the boy how God answered his deepest prayer.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZThe gap theory is an Old Earth Creationism theory, or Ruin-Reconstruction theory, but biblical text to support the idea of a gap in creation is thin.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZCaleb, an Old Testament hero in the Bible, trusted in God instead of his own strength. Discover why God rewards his loyal followers.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZThe book of 3 John catalogs the qualities of four types of Christians we should and should not imitate. See which type reminds you of yourself.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZThe book of 1 Timothy describes Christ-centered living in the Christian church, both for leaders and members. See how you and your church measure up.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZThe book of 2 Peter contains Peter's final words to the church: a warning against false teachers and an encouragement to press on in faith and hope.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZThe New King James Version is a popular Bible translation among Christians today. Read a brief history and explanation of the NKJV of the Bible.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZJohn Mark, cousin of Barnabas, disappointed Paul but later earned back his trust. His example teaches why past mistakes should not stop us.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZMost Christians believe Jesus was crucified on a Friday, but a minority think he died on a Wednesday or Thursday. Find out where they get that idea.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZSaint Luke, the beloved physician and friend of Paul, wrote a Gospel and the book of Acts. Learn about Luke's human perspective on Jesus.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZWith these techniques, not only will your whole family memorize Bible verses, you'll be spending more time together and teaching your kids about God.
2016-09-27T11:02:27ZNathanael, also named Bartholomew, was skeptical that anything good could come from Nazareth, until he met Jesus Christ. Learn why Nathanael had two names and why he called Jesus the Son of God.
2016-09-27T11:02:27Z'Pause and Give Thanks' is an original Thanksgiving poem reminding believers to stop and give thanks for the gift of Jesus Christ at Christmas.