The Road Back to the Sabbath (An Infographic)

Last updated on Jun 28, 2018  |    ()
Ever wonder why the vast majority of Christians go to church on Sunday—instead of Saturday like Jesus did? Our new Sabbath infographic explores this fascinating history and the meaning of the Sabbath for God's people from Genesis to Revelation.

The Six Biggest Reasons for Quitting Church

Last updated on Sep 27, 2018  |    ()
Why do people stop attending church? The answers you get from one person to the next might be diverse, but we know there are trends.

Who Is Jesus Christ?

Last updated on Sep 04, 2018  |    ()
Another author has determined that the Jesus of the Bible is not the real Jesus of history. How can we know the truth? Can we really trust the Bible? This week's blog takes a look at a current event that is challenging the faith of Christians in a time of skepticism ...

Beyond Mars

Last updated on Sep 04, 2018  |    ()
A permanent human colony on Mars? That’s the plan of Mars One, a non-profit organization led by Dutch entrepreneur Bas Lansdorp. But did you know that the Bible reveals that when our world finally collapses, the Creator will remove those who have chosen to follow God to start another kind of colony? ...

7 Surefire Tips for Memorizing Scripture

Last updated on Sep 27, 2018  |    ()
We’ve talked about why you need to memorize Scripture—but what about the methods you can use to actually store God’s Word in your heart and mind? We offer these seven surefire tips to get you started!

Top 5 Reasons to Memorize Scripture

Last updated on Sep 27, 2018  |    ()
Are you memorizing Scripture yet? Why not? Here are five reasons you need to be memorizing Scripture today—and let us know in the comments why you're storing up God's Word in your heart!

The 10 Best Tips for Resisting Temptation

Last updated on Sep 04, 2018  |    ()
Without supernatural aid, we are powerless to resist the evil desires of the carnal heart and the snares of Satan's temptations, but we do have an active part to play in serving God—so here are 10 practical tips to help you overcome any and every temptation.

St. Patrick and the Sabbath

Last updated on Sep 27, 2018  |    ()
More than 1,500 years of moss has grown over the saga of a famous British Christian missionary to the Emerald Island—St. Patrick. While his story is mired in myth and legend, the true story is something even more extraordinary ...

The Pope and Prophecy

Last updated on Sep 04, 2018  |    ()
On a planet teeming with 7 billion people, a change in the religious leader for 1.2 billion of them represents a significant event. The new pope, Jorge Bergoglio, an Argentine cardinal, named as Pope Francis, is the first open Jesuit to be elected to the highest Roman Catholic office.

Toxic Monsters

Last updated on Sep 04, 2018  |    ()
Are high-energy, adrenaline-boosting power drinks killing teenagers and children? A recent lawsuit against an energy drink maker alleges responsibility in the death of a 14-year-old girl has raised concerns about “caffeine toxicity.” Do energy drinks harm our bodies? Should Christians be concerned about sipping lattes? And does the Bible have anything to say about our beverage choices?

Meteor Messages?

Last updated on Sep 04, 2018  |    ()
Is it a sign from God? Or was it just an interesting extraterrestrial phenomenon that reminds us that our planet is vulnerable to space debris? Reactions to the February 15 meteor, which passed over the Ural region of Russia at between 34,000 and 40,000 miles per hour, have been mixed. Having shaken many people’s hearts, some who experienced the blast firsthand thought it was the end of the world.

Lightning Strikes the Vatican!

Last updated on Sep 27, 2018  |    ()
Lightning strikes Vatican following announcement! Shocked. Without warning ... that’s how many are responding to the startling announcement on Monday by Pope Benedict XVI that he would resign by the end of the February. While many Americans realize that a change of presidents will impact our political world during a brief four-year term, few consider that a change of popes can have global spiritual repercussions for decades.

Is That So?

Last updated on Sep 20, 2018  |    ()
The proliferation of communications media continues to cascade down upon us like a torrential rainstorm of books, magazines, TV programs, web pages, blogs, text messages, music, and videos. The Internet has redefined how we access information and now anyone with a computer may find answers to just about any question you might ask! But do all reports weigh truth accurately?

The Most Expensive Experiment

Last updated on Sep 04, 2018  |    ()
Hidden 300 feet beneath the countryside on the border of Switzerland and France is the most expensive and complex scientific instrument ever built by human hands. But it pales in comparison to another project—the most expensive one in the history of the universe. Pastor Doug Batchelor explains ...

Should We Celebrate Christmas?

Last updated on Sep 04, 2018  |    ()
Most Christians around the globe observe December 25 as a holiday to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. Yet the exact date of Jesus’ birth is unknown, and as the origins of Christmas understood by most people are being called into question, some are beginning to wonder if Christians should participate at all in the traditional customs of the Advent season ...

One Black Friday

Last updated on Sep 04, 2018  |    ()
The crowds were certainly larger this year, but sales were not quite as robust as analysts look at this year’s annual chaotic after-Thanksgiving Black Friday shopping. It’s traditionally the start of the Christmas shopping season, when most major retailers open their stores extremely early with super promotional sales to draw in eager customers ...

Christians and Politics

Last updated on Sep 04, 2018  |    ()

Christians across the country respond to politics in many different ways, ranging from pouring immense amount of time into participating in the political debates to running the other way. Yet should Christians be involved in politics at all?

Millions Without Power

Last updated on Sep 04, 2018  |    ()
Sandy might have been downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm, but she still left a path of devastation that has shut down the East Coast for days. Mass transit systems have been flooded. Upwards of 8 million people are without power. And the death toll keeps climbing, mostly from falling trees. New York City has been strangely quiet ...

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