They were our Egyptian brothers in Christ, martyred for their faith. Their families must not be forgotten.
Find ways for your family to serve aging adults in your neighborhood.
Christ’s love is often demonstrated in small, simple ways. If a few Popsicles can communicate His love, then consider keeping your freezer stocked with them.
Dave Roever tells a story about how God used him when he least expected it.
J.P. Moreland critiques skepticism by showing that it makes indefensible assumptions about knowledge.
C.S. Lewis used several lines of reasoning to make the case for the Christian worldview. In the second part of his two-part article, Robert Velarde highlights two of Lewis’ key arguments, and explains the value of logic in defending the faith.
“If everything has a cause, then who or what caused God?” While this question is often asked, it is inherently flawed. J.P. Moreland explains.
Michael Ross offers tips for answering skeptics who doubt the existence of God.
How can you respond when a skeptic questions Christ’s resurrection? Bill Myers and Michael Ross offer some tips.
In part one of his two-part article, Robert Velarde describes four broad principles or laws of logic. He also explains what the Bible teaches us about logic and how C.S. Lewis used reasonable, logical arguments to defend the faith.