What happens when you're called out for being a conspiracy theorist? Are conspiracies even real? A recent Newsweek article identified Creationism and the belief that all things have a purpose as perhaps the ultimate conspiracy. So again it appears as though Science and Scripture are headed for a collision. Who will win? Is Scripture a conspiracy? Is Science a conspiracy? The good news is that you get to decide...right?
What do you believe when science and scripture seem to disagree? What do you do when your experience may contradict with what you believe to be true? Join Brendan Nieto as he describes how the occult has found inroads in the the scientific community.
Part 1 of 5 in our series - 5 Things the Bible Doesn't Teach - There are some prevailing ideas about Christianity today that sadly have no basis in the Bible. For example, many Christians believe the state of Israel plays a role in final events, when in fact the Bible says differently. Another prominent opinion is that at the end of time there will be a Secret Rapture where some faithful ones will be whisked away to paradise in secret while those who are 'left behind' will get a second chance to get their act together. But the Bible actually teaches something entirely different. If you've ever heard of any of these issues, you will enjoy this message to help you clarify what Christians teach and if in fact the Bible confirms or denies that popular teaching.
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Have you ever had someone look at you and it left a deep impression?
The last night of Jesus life contains the story of two of his disciples - Judas and Peter. Both would contemplate ending their life. What made the difference? Peter denied him in front of everyone, Judas pled for Jesus deliverance. But what happened in the hours following changed everything.
In a world where men dominated the culture, one woman stood up with boldness when no one else would. Her story may be one of the greatest stories of courage and fearlessness the world has ever known. She was a mother, a warrior and one of only a few woman prophets in history. She reminds us of those powerful words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - “In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”
What do we do when faced with a situation like David - staring at the Goliaths of our lives? What do we rely on? What can give us hope?
The story of Abigail has a powerful lesson on the influence of Kindness and Candor.
The Story of Mary Magdalene has lessons that have been applicable throughout time.