Believers · Christ · Egypt · King · Kingdom · Leadership · Pharoah · Self

Why Moses Traded Royalty for Slavery

We live in an age where kings and queens are almost obsolete. In many ways, monarchs are a thing of the past. But for millennia, they ruled nations and empires. Moses belonged to one such kingdom – the kingdom of Egypt led by Pharaoh. He was an honorary grandson of the king because he was… Continue reading Why Moses Traded Royalty for Slavery

Christ · Cross · Fool · Jesus · Love · Winsomeness

Did Everybody Love Jesus?

There is a current mindset among woke Christians that winsomeness is the highest virtue. They believe the way to win people to Jesus is to get them to like you and only speak well of you. What this often leads to is not confronting people with their sin, therefore not preaching the gospel of Jesus… Continue reading Did Everybody Love Jesus?

Christ · Faith · Jesus · Old Testament · Prophecy

Jesus’ Fulfilled Prophecies Build Our Faith

There are times we may struggle with the question, “Is Jesus really Who He said He was?” There are several ways that we can tackle this question. One great way is to see how many prophecies He fulfilled. There are around 456 verses in the Old Testament that prophecy or foretell the coming of the… Continue reading Jesus’ Fulfilled Prophecies Build Our Faith

Christ · Christ Centered · Human · Identity · Identity Crisis · In Christ · Philosophy · Purpose

Your Identity Crisis

For a very advanced technological culture, we have a major identity crisis. This comes in many waves for us culturally and as individuals. Part of our issue is that we don’t know where we came from. It seems like the history of our country is up for grabs, and the story lines keep changing depending… Continue reading Your Identity Crisis