Media


Tenth Commandment-A Matter of the Mind

The tenth commandment uses the same Hebrew word in a negative sense for "covet" as is used in a positive sense about enjoying the Feast of Tabernacles--choose whatever your heart "desires". How can we know the difference between properly "desiring" something and "coveting"?

Go to Page


How to Please God

How do we displease God? More imporantly, what can we do to please Him? Micah 6:8 give us three main ways to please Him.

Go to Page


Curtailing Satan

One aspect of the Day of Atonement is that it pictures a wonderful time in the future when Satan, the accuser of the brethren will be bound. Who is this powerful spirit being and how can we curtail his influence on us now?

Go to Page


Progress is Our Most Important Product

One company used "Progress is our most important product" as their slogan. For Christians that is true spiritually. We must be making progress--growing--to be in God's Kingdom.

Go to Page


The Gift of Justification

Justification is a much mis-understood topic among Christians. Disagreement over it was part of the reason for Martin Luther's departure from the Catholic Church and the beginning of the Protestant movement. Here are some keys to understand this important biblical topic that is an incredible gift from God.

Go to Page


Ninth Commandment-More Than Perjury

Some think the legal-sounding wording of the ninth commandment means it only applies to legal testimony. But other passages show this commandment is very broad (like other commandments) and includes all lies.

Go to Page


The Bible-The World’s Greatest Book

The Bible is the world's greatest book on many counts. But how many really understand it? Here are some keys to help you.

Go to Page


Lessons From Challenger Program

This year's Challenger Program was a Grand Canyon Trek. There were amny lessons we learned-especially about vision leading to commitment.

Go to Page


Eagle’s Wings-Comfort vs Complacency

God told Israel He brought them out of Egypt on eagles' wings. We live in perilous time and He can do the same for us. However, we need to get the balance between knowing God will supply our needs and becoming complacent because of God'spromises.

Go to Page


The Prodigal Son-Part 2

The parable of the prodigal son has many facets, and historical research helps bring it to life. Part 2 is about the merciful father.

Go to Page