Should the Bible Believer Celebrate Christmas and Easter?

What is a Christian holiday? Are our modern holidays legitimate occasions for special worship or merely Christian adaptations of pagan celebrations of the past? Genesis 1:14–16 (KJV 1900) 14 And God said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, … More Should the Bible Believer Celebrate Christmas and Easter?

The Nine Superpowers of the Mature Believer: Part 1

The fruit of the Spirit creates the character of Christ in the soul of the believer. This transformation heals and energizes the soul but also exerts tremendous influence upon the world. The fruit of the Spirit provides wisdom but also power, qualifying the believer for world changing impact upon his generation and beyond. … More The Nine Superpowers of the Mature Believer: Part 1

Black Nations In Scripture: Why Should Christians Discuss Race

For the majority of Black people race determines where you live, where you go to church, where you work, whether you work at all, whether you will advance on the job, how you are treated by the police, how you are treated in court, what school your children go to, what they are taught or not taught when they get there, what access your community will have to public services, whether you can vote and whether that vote will be counted, how you are portrayed in television, films, and the news: all of these things are directly impacted by race and more often than not the Black individual is the recipient of the short end in each of these situations. … More Black Nations In Scripture: Why Should Christians Discuss Race

The Bad Samaritan, or Why the Church Should “Take a Knee”

Luke 10:29 (KJV 1900) 29 But he, willing to justify himself, said unto Jesus, And who is my neighbour? It is the responsibility of the true Christian to stand up for the oppressed. Satan liberally utilizes oppression in the administration of his kingdom [Isa 14.12-17]. The relieving of the oppressed, both by the gospel as well … More The Bad Samaritan, or Why the Church Should “Take a Knee”