Verse of the Month

2 Chronicles 20:15:

He said: “Listen, King Jehoshaphat and all who live in Judah and Jerusalem! This is what the Lord says to you: ‘Do not be afraid or discouraged because of this vast army. For the battle is not yours, but God’s.’”

TIME magazine cover

Gone to Sleep

The commemoration of the 70 years since World War Two has been marked in Great Britain as well as here, perhaps even more so.

Here is English pastor Tony Goudie's reflections as we look back and also ahead.

A good question he raises is, "at death who is it who is really left behind?



Christians Undercover is a series of interviews and reflections written by various authors.

LA Dodgers Faith Day

Dodger players Clayton Kershaw, Adrian Gonzalez, AJ Ellis, & Scott Van Slyke were featured during a day of faith, family, and fellowship at Dodger Stadium on Sunday, August 16.

Before the game fans enjoyed music, food, and games.

Following the game, Dodger players shared their personal testimony with fans in attendance and there was a special musical performance by The Katinas.

All fans in attendance were invited to stay after the game to enjoy the post-game program.

lots of fish

“Who Split the Fish?”

A host of Christian theologians and front-rank thinkers have made the seemingly obvious assertion that there is something very strange about the Bible. Especially the New Testament and the accounts of a man who was dead coming back to appear to his followers in a series of prolonged interviews. These factual encounters convinced these men and women – against their doubts – that here was a real human being, not a ghost or a hovering spirit.

Of all these strange occurrences perhaps the strangest is found in the 21st chapter of John’s Gospel. Here a group of seven men, struggling to catch fish all night, are confronted by a stranger on the shore who tells them how to catch fish.



Yeas and Nays

The New Physics

DCTV, Duarte, Calif.

Relativity is 100 years old this fall and Neil Earle with Professor John Polkinghorne shows how the "New Physics" of Einstein and Company made belief in God more, not less, plasuible.

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