Ken Boa discusses the firm and steady hope we have in Christ, especially in the face of the loss of loved ones.Read More
Ken Boa’s 52 Greatest Stories of the Bible series continues with Genesis 12, in which we learn how God did the impossible through a “random nobody who lived in the middle of nowhere.”Read More
Knowing God involves both the heart and the mind. The ancient practice of sacred reading involves a process of moving from the mind to the heart through reading, meditation, prayer, and contemplation. This is the ninth part of Ken Boa’s “Devotional Spirituality” series.Read More
Dr. Boa discusses the role of angels in spiritual warfare.Read More
Below are some Scriptures, plus links to other resources, that provide perspective and encouragement at times of loss. These verses are good texts for reading at funerals or at other times in the face of loss of various kinds.
Watch a video of Ken teaching on the subject of hope amidst loss.
If a man dies, will he live again?Read More
Dr. Boa discusses how the mind works, and how we can renew our minds to become the people we were created to be. We can remind ourselves all the time that we were meant for more than this world.Read More
Peter talks about the surprising power and gift of grace that comes upon us which overcomes adversity and suffering. When we keep an eternal perspective, God gives us peace, patience and comfort in a way that transcends the circumstances of life.Read More
Dr. Boa encourages us as Peter encouraged his readers to arm ourselves for adversity by keeping an eternal perspective in this temporal world. We want to treasure the not yet over the now even when this world presses in upon us. Biblical faith invites us to contextualize this brief earthly sojourn with the eternity of heaven.Read More
Dr. Boa focuses on two verses (1 Peter 3:8-9) a little transitional section dealing with our relationship with the believing community as well as our relationship to those who oppress and oppose us. It is a lifestyle of love.Read More
Dr. Boa continues his discussion of the practical application of the spheres of God ordained authority. Peter transitions from governing authorities to that of the work place. There is no dichotomy between the sacred and the secular. We are called to do our work as to the Lord rather than for men. As we look to Him as the Source and to Him for the outcome, we pursue a higher standard than we would otherwise.Read More