The apostle Peter wrote that Christians live in a type of exile, surrounded by a hostile culture that maligns and persecutes them. And yet, in the midst of these challenges, Peter also says that Christians possess a “living hope” and a “joy that is inexpressible.” How might Peter’s epistle give hope and joy to those of us in “exile” today?

The End of All Mankind

August 10, 2019
Nobody likes to think about death. It's uncomfortable and troubling. And yet, it's a reality that we all will face. Death comes for us all. While we're inclined to avoid…

Go and Make Disciples

April 27, 2019
Did you know that God put you on this earth to fulfill a purpose? Indeed, and that purpose is revealed in the feast days that are outlined in the Bible.…

A Drink of Living Water

January 26, 2019
During Yeshua's discussion with the Samaritan woman at the well, He said that the Father is looking for those who will worship Him in "Spirit and truth." What does that…

Be Thankful: A Moral Mandate

November 17, 2018
The apostle Paul wrote, "Give thanks in ALL circumstances." In other words, gratitude ought to characterize the life of believers. In fact, being thankful is a moral mandate. But why…

Is Your Religion Boring?

August 4, 2018
Do you ever have moments in life when you just do not desire God from your heart? Perhaps you intellectually believe in God and you might even keep His commandments…
Human suffering is perhaps the biggest obstacle to faith in an all-loving and all-powerful God. Why does God allow suffering if He loves us and has the power to stop…


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