What does living as a “Christ follower” mean for your everyday life?

Walking with God through the Challenges of Parenting

By John Ankerberg Show Staff | July 27, 2022

The most amazing thing I know of is the gift of walking through life in a relationship with God. Nothing brings more delight and peace than living under the personal…

The Laws about Leprosy

By R. L. Wilson | June 2, 2022

“A man with leprosy came and knelt before him and said, ‘Lord, if you are willing, you can make me clean.’ Jesus reached out his hand and touched the man.…

Christian Views of War – Part 2

By Dr. Ron Rhodes | May 18, 2022

Note: In Part 1, Dr. Rhodes explained three different views of war. They are: Activism, the view that citizens should participate in all wars in obedience to their government; Pacifism,…

Christian Views of War – Part 1

By Dr. Ron Rhodes | May 18, 2022

At the time of this writing, Russia has invaded Ukraine, and there is now talk of World War 3. Current events have caused many Christians to seek a biblical understanding…

The Holy Spirit Can be Grieved

By R. L. Wilson | March 22, 2022

Francis Chan comments, “For a long time whenever I read that we are not to grieve the Holy Spirit (Isa. 63:10; Eph. 4:30), I thought that was a bit of…

The Helper

By R. L. Wilson | February 7, 2022

I’ve spent quite a bit of time recently reading and researching for my upcoming series on the Personality and Deity of the Holy Spirit. One of the books I’m reading is Elmer Towns’ excellent book, The Ultimate Guide to the Names of God. It is chock full of great thoughts. Three of Dr. Towns books have been combined into this Ultimate Guide: My Father’s Name, The Names of Jesus, and The Names of The Holy Spirit.

Marked as His

By R. L. Wilson | February 2, 2022

In his book A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23, Phillip Keller talks about the day he bought the first sheep for his own flock. He recounts how his neighbor handed him a knife and said, “Well, Philip, they’re yours. Now you’ll have to put your mark on them.”[1]

His Strength is Made Perfect

By R. L. Wilson | January 26, 2022

During her last few years, my mother suffered from some very debilitating health issues. After more than six decades of serving God first as a missionary in Africa, then in home-based missions, the day came when she was pretty much confined to a chair or to her bed.

Reincarnation as an Explanation of Evil

By R. L. Wilson | December 21, 2021

The word reincarnation literally means to “come again in the flesh.” It involves the belief that the soul passes after death into another body. A person is believed to be born again and again and again, life after life after life. The process of reincarnation (continual rebirths) is believed to continue until the soul has reached a state of perfection and merges back with its source, believed to be God or the Universal Soul. Reincarnation is based on the law of karma.

Is Evil an Illusion?

By Dr. Ron Rhodes | December 15, 2021

Some religious groups today claim that the present world we perceive with our five senses is an illusion. The way to recognize and overcome this illusion is to follow certain…