Elijah can’t remain in his position as prophet forever. God gives him the task of anointing and preparing Elisha to take his place. We as Christians are responsible for raising the next generation of leaders who will serve the Lord.
Elijah tells the widow to prepare the last meal and feed it to him. The catch? Elijah tells her God will resupply her. She has to trust God. God tells us to be generous with our resources, trusting that He will provide for us.
Elijah goes from a mountain top high, to a valley bottom low. The great prophet used by God finds himself tired, hungry, and on the run. Elijah needed to be cared for physically and emotionally, and so do we.
Elijah goes toe-to-toe against the prophets of Baal to see whose God is truly God. Christians and churches today need to be willing to stand for God even when it appears we are standing alone. God loves to move in power when the odds look …
A drought and famine came across the land. God was going to use it to awaken people to Himself. And He announced the drought through Elijah, His servant, and provided for Elijah’s needs through the duration of the famine. Our world is in our spiritual …
Abraham Kuyper was famous for his sound theological commitment, not only as a pastor and scholar, but as a politician and journalist. Kuyper reminds us that the lordship of Jesus is not just over the church, but over all spheres in the world.
William Cowper was a brilliant poet and hymn writer. But his life was plagued by depression and seasons of despair. We will examine his life and faith, and see how we can be helped through our own trials as we walk out our faith.
Martin Luther may be the most important figure in church history outside of the original apostles. His rediscovery of the gospel message within the Scriptures set a reformation into motion that continues to this day.
Athanasius of Alexandria was a hero and a giant of the faith. Because of his willingness to stand against majority opposition, the church held on to orthodox biblical beliefs on the nature of Jesus.
Sin birthed the world of shame and guilt we now live in but God’s redemptive plan is to restore us and the world.
Often times our response to sin is one that seeks to relieve the pressure from us and put it on someone else. There is a place where our blame for sin can rest: on Jesus.
The events recorded in the fall sets up the rest of the biblical narrative and it also tells us why things are today.The fall shows us we are born from the sinful seed of Adam and it also shows us we have an enemy who …