Suffering is a required course in the university of life, one that should lead to you a closer walk with God.Read More
Why hasn’t God put an end to evil? If it were on our terms, we would eliminate the cruel world leaders, murderers, thieves, natural disasters, and diseases. But God’s approach is far more radical.Read More
Look around you, watch a minute of the news, and you will see suffering. It is an unavoidable part of life. But where did evil come from? As we ask this question and look for answers, we’ll find that the biblical Christian worldview gives us a robust answer to the problem of evil.Read More
Despite our attempts to solve the problem of evil by eliminating either God or evil, only a recognition that our good God will conquer evil gives us hope.Read More
Why do the innocent suffer? If God is so loving and powerful, why doesn’t He end suffering? This common objection is an opportunity for the gospel.Read More
Where does true generosity come from? Join Ken Boa as he discusses how the generosity of Christ on our behalf changes our hearts.Read More
This life is transitory, ephemeral, and we will face adversity while on this earth. But we have fellowship in Christ’s sufferings, a truth that ought to lead us to cultivate a greater longing for our eternal home.Read More
Have you ever wished you could change the ending of a story?
First Samuel 8 recounts one of those stories we wish we could change; it is not a story that goes well. Samuel’s sons have forsaken the way of the Lord, and, as a result, the people of Israel reject them as judges. But instead of remembering God is their King, the people demand a physical, visible monarch like those of the other nations, rejecting God.
First Samuel 2 contains one of the great prayers of the Bible. The prayer of a humble womangives us a picture of the honor and glory and praise due to God.Read More
Where do you turn when you are despondent and in despair? If you are in need of encouragement, 2 Corinthians 1 provides comfort in the face of adversityRead More