“Now, I am with Lord Jesus Christ, and I have a new heart, new thoughts and a new life. My life has become full with Jesus’ love.”
Dr Eli Gonzalez of Good News Unlimited shares three reasons why the event at the centre of Christianity is so significant.
When you read through Jesus’ teachings you’ll find great wit, a profound gift for irony and wordplays and impeccable timing.
Some people say that all religions are the same. They’re not. Grace is what sets Christianity apart from all other philosophies and worldviews.
At the very centre of Christmas is the greatest gift ever given, and if accepted the greatest love ever known.
There’s different views about who Jesus was, but they can be basically boiled down to four key ideas.
There are so many wonderful promises in the Bible, but many people miss the greatest one of all!
Bishop Michael Curry, famous for preaching at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, has joined forces with a diverse collection of Christian leaders to launch a Jesus-centred campaign of love.
When we take an honest look at the life of Jesus, what do we see? Do we see a detached, impersonal Messiah who opposed being seen with sinners and tax collectors? Or do we see the most compassionate example of leadership ever modelled.
Did you know that most ancient history professionals in the field are confident that Jesus of Nazareth existed, just like Alexander the Great or Julius Caesar?