If you live in the United States you probably remember where you were on 9/11. It was a shocking and terrible day. A day of major loss and fear. A day that we will always remember and a day we will set aside to remember all those that lost their lives.
Why do I need to go to church? Why is it so important? I can have a relationship with Jesus without going to church. Plus, church is full of hypocrites and they do people wrong. I used to go to church but they did me wrong and I am not going back! Do you know how hard it is to find a good church???
Have you ever heard these kind of statements? You might have even made them yourself. That’s ok if you have, but come and listen to some truths about the journey to church.
It’s summer time. Everyone has so much going on. Vacation, trips, camp, work and hopefully even a lot of fun. So for June and July we are bringing you some abbreviated shows to help encourage you and give you a chance to take Jesus on the road with you this summer!
Saul was a man who despised Christians. In fact, it was his job to hunt down Christians and take them to prison. He even gave approval as the first martyr was killed. The on the road to Damascus, he encountered Jesus and was blinded. It wasn’t until he reached the destination that his sight was restored and his life changed forever. He now had a relationship with Christ, and even had a name change. Paul was born again.
As we celebrated Easter, we celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ. He died on the cross paying for the sins of the world, and then on the third day He had risen! The tomb was empty! But is that possible? Was it true? Was it a hoax? What does history say about the resurrection?
Evolution. Is it a theory? Or is it fact? It has been taught to us over the years as fact, but as we learn more and more about the human body and how it works, we learn more and more that scientists are learning how evolution no longer can explain how we came to be.