The devil does his best to confuse people but if you believe in God and have
plenty of faith in his powers as well as his works you will not be afraid of witchcraft. This is part of a young ladies experience as she had experience it.
Continue reading “God is Omnipotent”
This is a unique feminist approach to a gender-neutral paraphrase of the Holy Bible, which uses the true name of Yahweh God and of Yeshua, the Christ, rather than the traditional man made form of Jehovah by Sis. Kimberly M. Hartfield, B.S., M.S. – Christian Counselor, Ordained Minister. It is a work in progress, so these are excerpts in a continuing series.
Continue reading “The Holy Bible: The Old Hymns (Psalms) Chapter 107-118”
With the exception of questions three and 4, can these be answered without using a quote or verse from the Bible?
Continue reading “20 Questions for Christians”
Historians such as Tacitus, Tertullian, Suetonius and many others recorded how Christianity faced unprecedented persecution after the death of Christ and the rise of Emperor Nero to power. All of the original apostles of Christ faced trials and were put to death either by the Roman Empire or local authority figures – but they all died for their faith.
Continue reading “The Deaths of the Twelve Apostles”
This is a unique gender- neutral paraphrase of the Holy Bible, which uses the true name of Yahweh God and of Yeshua, the Christ, rather than the traditional manmade form Jehovah. It is a work in progress, so these are excerpts in a continuing series.
Continue reading “The Ten Commandments”
It is this question I wish to address for Christians and all those interested in one of Christianity’s earliest writers.
Continue reading “Was the Apostle Paul Gay?”
Christians are human and make mistakes. Here’s how that makes sense in God’s plan for the human race. Continue reading ““Bad” Christians”
Most young people are sociable and, for many, web sites that provide social networking seem like the ideal place to connect. MySpace is extremely popular. However, many parents who have observed its content have concerns over pictures that have been posted, who their child might be communicating with, or the possibility of their child doing something immoral. Continue reading “14 Christian Alternatives to MySpace”