Part OneOne Great QuestionThrough thirty-five years as a missionary in Africa and Missionary Secretary at the home base, I have been increasingly concerned with one great question: at is the Gospel in … continue reading.
This past Easter our friends in Great Britain held their ninth annual conference. Several of us were able to attend, and we were thrilled to see the change in so many lives. Because they all see each … continue reading.
Being convinced that God wanted me to stay put in the Nutrition and Dietetic Department, I returned from my one-day Personal Assistant course with renewed enthusiasm and new ideas to benefit our whole … continue reading.
The real business of Zerubbabel is to present every man perfect in Christ Jesus. Our recent meeting had as it's focus, the exhortation that all of us have equal value in the kingdom of God. We all … continue reading.
A Study on JamesIn the first lesson we studied trials, tribulations, temptation, and wisdom. In essence we learned to count it all joy when we encounter various trials. As Norman Grubb says in The … continue reading.
We Christians too often substitute prayer for playing the game. Prayer is good: but when used as a substitute for obedience, it is naught but a blatant hypocrisy, a despicable Pharisaism. We need as … continue reading.
The Word of Faith vs. Self-Effort: Romans 3:27-4:25False Pride in Self-Effort (3:27-31) Sometimes in our Christian walk we find ourselves tempted … continue reading.
This year I was thrilled to host the first Birmingham, Alabama Fellowship Weekend. There were twenty Christ family members from several states and two new people from Birmingham who participated in … continue reading.
On Easter Monday some English, Scottish, Irish and Americans made our way to Hothorpe Hall in the Midlands for our annual spring Conference. This was our second time to use Hothorpe Hall, and if … continue reading.
Q: Lately I find myself deeply desiring salvation for my unsaved family members. Is this what you call a "word of faith"?A: The first thing we ask our-selves about our desire is whether it … continue reading.
My name is not important to what I am about to say, for there are many who can put themselves in my place.I have watched many talk shows concerning the subjects of gays, lesbians, homosexuals, etc., … continue reading.
Step 7: Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings...Joe McQ says in his book, The Steps We Took, "that even though there has been a lot of discussion about these steps (6 & 7), they are … continue reading.
The Twelve Promises of Alcoholics Anonymous: We will comprehend the word serenity, and we will know peace Alcoholics AnonymousPages 81 and 82 Part ThreeIt took the Twelve Steps and the continued … continue reading.
BOOK REVIEW: The Chocolate Soldier by C. T. StuddAlso titled "Heroism--The Lost Chord of Christianity," this little pamphlet packs a punch! C. T. Studd surmises that every true soldier is a … continue reading.
TAKING AN INVENTORYDear Elsa,I really enjoyed our conversation last night and am writing to discuss more about your question. I found the place in the book I was looking for on the phone. The question … continue reading.
Do you have questions about how to really know who you are--Christ living His life out by you? Maybe the doubts come as you walk it out day by day. at about the men and women you read about in the … continue reading.
Oh, it is a solemn thought that a believer either becomes a reckless man for Jesus, or else a wrecker of couls by his self-endulgence and refusal to purify himself as Christ is pure. … continue reading.