We have no choice about making choices, every single day! The choices we make and how we make them will set the course for our life here, and for our life to come.
The early church “went about preaching the word.” What are some ways we can learn from their example?
We experience virtually the same kinds of problems today that Christians to whom James was writing faced. We need a faith to live by in the midst of all these problems just like those first century Christians needed.
What does it take to make our Heavenly Father happy? It takes the same kinds of things that make our earthly fathers happy.
Many of us have a hard time thinking about the Spirit of God. It is much easier to identify with a Father and a Son. How do we relate to the Spirit of God?
This is the theme for the thirty-seventh year of Horizons based on the experience of Paul in Thessalonica, Greece during the second missionary journey. As the apostles “turned the world upside down” with the gospel message, so are we to confront our lost world with the lifesaving news that Jesus is Savior and Lord!