"19 Kids & Counting" star Jessa Duggar has spoken out and ruffled feathers by telling followers that those who do not believe in hell cannot truly believe in God.
"I will speak to you a hard truth," she posted on her Facebook account. "I do not write this because I think that it will bring me popularity. It won't. But it is Truth from the Word of God: the Bible. To not tell people this is to hide the truth from them. To keep silent is to not care for their eternal destiny! I care about you, and this is why I am speaking out!"
The newlywed also wrote about the nature of judgment and why one should be aware of the reality of hell. more >>
We have all made mistakes in our lives. Some we regret, and others in which were done for the better. We have said things we didn't really mean, but the truth is that the past is the past. We can't redo it. There is one place we can look to help us get past our mistakes … the Bible.
Many will try and look to many different places for help with mistakes. It is important for us not to repeat these mistakes, and to learn from them. The Bible is full of helpful scripture that will help give us a clear path and mind. Do not dwell on previous mistakes. It is also a great time to renew your relationship with God and be cleansed from sin.
God will forgive us for our mistakes, so we should forgive ourselves as well. more >>
The Rock Church's Marriage and Parenting Pastor Darren Carrington says parents need to teach their children from an early age about dating and marriage so they can spot "counterfeit" Christians who attend church but show no spiritual growth.
The NFL player-turned-pastor at the San Diego megachurch founded by Pastor Miles McPherson, also a former San Diego Chargers football player, said he started teaching his two daughters and son about marriage from birth, modeling with wife, Vickie, what a "loving, imperfect, fun marriage" looks like.
The Carringtons also began talking to their children about dating when they were 14 years old. However in this fast-paced society, Carrington suggests parents start talking to their children sooner. more >>
A controversial conservative activist who's known for advocating against homosexuality in East Africa has warned that the United States Supreme Court could bring forth God's judgment by legalizing gay marriage.
Scott Lively, former Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate and head of Scott Lively Ministries, expressed concern about the Supreme Court's decision later this year in a column on his website.
Author and noted Christian apologist Alex McFarland will be leading an apologetics tour across the United States meant to focus on keeping young people in the church.
Called "Stand Strong," the first stop for the tour will be Friday at Tennessee Valley Community Church in Paris, Tennessee, near Nashville.
In an interview with The Christian Post, McFarland explained that the roots of the Stand Strong series of events stemmed from his experiences meeting Christian youths on past speaking engagements. more >>
Throughout our lives we have all seen or heard about something miraculous happening. Whether it's someone being healed, saved, winning something, living long or even being brought back from the brink of death, miracles are defined by the supernatural measures God uses to reveal Himself to us.
When we see or hear about these miracles, it reminds us that God doesn't depend on nature or man's abilities in order to do the impossible. We rely on Him to make these miracles happen. When they are witnessed, it does something to people that they will never forget.
We trust that God will work miracles in our lives in His timing and purpose. more >>