• Finding Peace by

    In the wake of tragedy, people inevitably ask “why?” Yet as we read the New Testament, we discover that there are more important questions we should be asking: How will we escape the ultimate calamity facing mankind? Are you hoping …

  • From Prison to Prominence by

    Who would have thought that a Hebrew shepherd boy would grow up to be the prime minister of Egypt? Joseph found himself in places and predicaments that can only be attributed to God’s providence. What was it that brought …

  • From Prison to Prominence by

    Who would have thought that a Hebrew shepherd boy would grow up to be the prime minister of Egypt? Joseph found himself in places and predicaments that can only be attributed to God’s providence. What was it that brought …

  • God Makes it All Happen by

    Are there things that God does not or cannot control? Is there anything that God did not cause to happen? How much does God control and how much does He sit back and watch? Considering these questions in this message …

  • God Makes it All Happen by

    Are there things that God does not or cannot control? Is there anything that God did not cause to happen? How much does God control and how much does He sit back and watch? Considering these questions in this message …

  • God or Chance? by

    By definition, an atheist is someone who denies the existence of God. A theist on the contrary is someone who affirms that He exists. Christians, by definition are in the category of theists. So is it possible for a Christian …

  • God or Chance? by

    By definition, an atheist is someone who denies the existence of God. A theist on the contrary is someone who affirms that He exists. Christians, by definition are in the category of theists. So is it possible for a Christian …

  • History by

    Our God upholds, directs, disposes, and governs all creatures, actions, and things, from the greatest to the least, by His most wise and holy providence. In short, what God creates, He sustains. In this lecture, Stephen Nichols examines the biblical …

  • History by

    Our God upholds, directs, disposes, and governs all creatures, actions, and things, from the greatest to the least, by His most wise and holy providence. In short, what God creates, He sustains. In this lecture, Stephen Nichols examines the biblical …

  • If God Knows Our Needs, Why Pray? by

    We serve an all-loving, all-knowing, omnipotent God, who loves to give His children what they need. Yet we are instructed by Jesus in the Lord’s prayer to ask the Father for our daily provisions. But if God already knows …

  • If God Knows Our Needs, Why Pray? by

    We serve an all-loving, all-knowing, omnipotent God, who loves to give His children what they need. Yet we are instructed by Jesus in the Lord’s prayer to ask the Father for our daily provisions. But if God already knows …

  • Is God Responsible for Human Wickedness? by

    If God is sovereign over all things, and if he is indeed a good God, then how do we fit the idea of human wickedness and evil into this picture? Does God make human beings commit evil acts? If He …

  • Is God Responsible for Human Wickedness? by

    If God is sovereign over all things, and if he is indeed a good God, then how do we fit the idea of human wickedness and evil into this picture? Does God make human beings commit evil acts? If He …

  • Peace and Calamity by

    You may be surprised to learn that Christianity shares a fundamental view of God with Islam. Although both belief systems are diametrically opposed in many ways, both agree that there is only one God and that He is sovereign over …

  • Peace and Calamity by

    You may be surprised to learn that Christianity shares a fundamental view of God with Islam. Although both belief systems are diametrically opposed in many ways, both agree that there is only one God and that He is sovereign over …