You’ve received Jesus as your personal Lord and Savior. That’s awesome! But now what? You can get discipled online and grow in your walk with God.
Ever heard somebody say, “You can’t prove God?” It turns out, that’s not true. You can. Here’s how.
Throughout history people have come up with all kinds of ideas about God and how to get to heaven. But what does the Bible say?
We’ve launched our first gospel outreach today through popular social media network Instagram.
This outreach helps us fulfill our vision of creatively using technology to bring the Gospel to a distracted world.
We Christians know we should be reading our Bibles. But in our 2013 status update “Facebook / Pinterest / Instagram / blah blah” world that we live in, we’d rather get a root canal than actually read a book. So we don’t do it.
Is there a hack for this? You bet.
A news report published today from The Land Down Under reminds us once again that we are walking machines made up of highly advanced technology.
Thinking about going to college or seminary to get a Bible degree? A four year Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Studies at Biola is a whopping $167,960. A three year Master of Divinity at Talbot School of Theology is a bargain at $49,098. A four year Master of Divinity at Dallas Theological Seminary will set you back $52,200.
Did you suddenly change your mind about school!? Don’t panic. You are a geek. You can hack it. Here’s how.
Want to answer any Bible question in 10 seconds or less? With a lifetime of arduous study, Bible memorization, deep analysis of abstract theological concepts, a few courses in apologetics, Christian cults, and world religions, you can!
Or, you can hack it. Here’s a life hack that will turn you into the next Bible answer man.
When your grandpa wants to read books, he goes to the library. When you want to read books, you reach into your pocket and grab your mobile phone.
Oh wait, you don’t grab your phone? Well, why not? It’s 2013 for crying out loud! With this hack, you’ll see how you can build up a library of books for free (without stealing!?) that you can always carry around with you in your pocket.
Here’s an interesting twist on verse we’re all familiar with. Jesus said, “I am the gate; whoever enters through me will be saved.” (John 10:9) Over the years, I’ve always assumed this was a metaphor. Maybe I’ve been wrong.