Some folks look at Christianity in very black and white pictures. There is a start and there will be an end, but scripture points much more to a process. What does that look like?
In the Old Testament, kings were anointed or called to be God’s servant. There was something special about this ritual that signified something bigger than just being a Godly person.
This is an older phrase in the church, but one worth revisiting. We don’t talk often about spiritual warfare or the devil, but maybe we should.
What is faith in Jesus? Is it a blind faith? Is there a difference between our faith in God and our faith in ideal outcomes (healing, new jobs, happiness)? What does our faith look like when it is lived out?
This is one of those words that has become used in all walks of life and more for being happy something happened than what it actually means in the Bible.
Jesus commanded us to make disciples of the nations. What does that mean? Is this just about going to church or just for those really serious about Christian service?
What does it mean to be saved and from what? To a Christian this word is beautiful, to someone outside the church, it can be an insult. Why?
What happens when we are baptized? Do Christians have to be baptized? This ancient practice has beautiful symbolism, but it’s also way more than a dunk in the tub.