Many believe in the concept of God or a Higher Power. Others pursue Him when pain becomes desperation or the mundane leads to a search for €śsomething more. €ť Some spout blessings and curses in His name. Wherever you may be on the continuum, you €™ve probably questioned the reality and significance of the spiritual realm. Life hurts, our best attempts at fulfillment fail, and we wonder if there is a God and whether He loves us. When questions linger and answers seem out of reach, there is a truth far greater than explanation alone: God has gone to all extremes to love you. He sent His Son, Jesus, to die an agonizing death so that you could know Him and spend eternity in heaven. He gave everything He had for us. Will you accept His gift? Read on to consider the claims of Christ and discover what it means to have peace in life €¦and death.
If I had Faked the Resurrection
Only a Master-Planner would have arranged such a perfect series of events.
Jesus: Liar, Lunatic or Lord?
How could one man turn the world upside down?
Questions and Answers
If God is a powerful and loving Father, why doesn't He do something about the mess on earth?
How can anyone watch the evening news and seriously say that the universe is run by a loving Father?
How could Jesus Christ die for everyone's sins? Isn't every person responsible for his own sins?
Just what is sin? Who decides what is or isn't sin?
Salvation in Times of Crisis
If you've been through an experience related to this topic, we invite you to share your story with others.
Losing her father at a young age was the beginning of this woman questioning God's plan.
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Other Things to Consider
A Relentless Pursuit
At the time I became Christ's, my life was consumed by feminist politics and the gay and lesbian community.
Spend It Any Way You Like
Sometimes, the meaning of life is found in the most surprising places.
The Cross: What It Isn't, What It Is
Does Christ's cross have any power to help you?
The Perfect Family
In a world where even the best of families have problems, can there really be a "perfect family"?
Relationships: Communication Gaps
Parenting Teens: Communication Problems