We live in a world full of self-help gurus and products. But are they actually helpful? Do the vast amount of materials, voices, products, and services telling us how to be better and do better actually cause us to live better? In the off chance that you haven’t noticed, American society is very much a …
Have you ever woken up early in the morning and felt like you had a non-stop flow of ideas? It’s like the idea flood gates have held all night long just waiting for you to get up so they can open. Being a parent of young kids will really open your eyes to this phenomenon. …
There’s a big difference between being present with someone and being with someone. So what does it mean for God to never leave you or forsake you?
If we’re being honest, we would all admit that we have doubts about God to some degree or another. But doubts aren’t bad, and they aren’t a sin. They can actually be beneficial if we address them properly. The only way to do that is to understand where our doubts come from in the first place – and it isn’t typically what you think.
Have you ever dealt with doubting God? Most Christians have. In fact, one study found that two-thirds of Christians have questioned what they believe about religion or God. So doubt isn’t weird. And it isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
For the first time in history, human beings have gathered enough information from the natural world around them to be able to actually challenge the Bible’s wisdom. Now we find ourselves asking, “Is the Bible fiction or is the Bible the word of God?”
The resurrection of Jesus of Christ is the center of everything in the Bible and in the Christian worldview. If the resurrection is true, the Bible and everything else Jesus said is also true. Which leaves the world wondering, “Was Jesus real?”
If you’re looking for proof to help you understand whether or not God is real, here are some facts that point to the existence of God.