Recently, David Bryant was asked to address, separately, two relevant issues: (1) Why did Jesus use the word “hate” to talk about how we should regard others? (2) What difference does the supremacy of Christ make for people who are in a dating relationship? David realized that the two questions can be handled with the very same answer. Here he shares with us these life-changing insights.
David Bryant introduces the first-of–its-kind opportunity for you to experience a whole new dynamic involvement with God’s Son—by signing up for his soon-to-be launched Twitter service called “Meet Him Again!”
Join This Threefold Protest and Change the World A guest blog post from Dr. David Schroeder Christianity as we know it — Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Protestant — is a worn-out wineskin, desperately in need of a RE-reformation. Or maybe a burial. Many have argued that Luther’s Protestant Reformation did not go far enough. In fairness to Luther, he was […]
Because 2017 Was the Best Year in Human History, 2018 Could Become Your Best Year So Far! Wait a minute! Best year ever? Seriously? With increased risks of nuclear exchanges, starvation in Somalia, a paralyzed Congress, ongoing civil wars in Yemen and Syria, growing tensions with Russia and North Korea, unrelenting global warming—how can anyone say that 2017 was humankind’s […]
Trough or Throne? What’s Christmas Really All About? [Editor’s Note: Got Questions Ministries reminds us how crucial it is that we focus on the spectacular supremacy of God’s Son during these days of global Christmas celebrations. Let yourself get freshly inspired to do so by meditating on the vision David Bryant has incorporated in this blog post created for us by GotQuestions.org. It’s […]
Christ Is NOW! 7 Groundbreaking Keys to Help You Explore and Experience the Spectacular Supremacy of God’s Son Today Create a radical Christmas this year!
Everywhere we look there are encouraging signs that the Holy Spirit is preparing many of us for a glorious reawakening to the inexhaustible riches we have in our Redeemer and in what his reign today is all about. These updates from India and the Philippines from David Bryant will strengthen your hope about all the Holy Spirit wants to do in your life to bring you into more of Christ. He concludes with six steps you can take to feed your hunger.
What Jesus in his supremacy is accomplishing in entire cities across America today holds out all kinds of hope about what he wants to do inside your own life. How he is exalted among many people and how he is exalted through one individual is the same work of the Holy Spirit. In this blog post, David unveils the wonders of Christ breaking out all over New York City in order to point you to resources that can help those wonders break out in your own life. I think you will be amazed!
Drawing on a central vision of David’s latest book, Christ Is NOW! he shows us how Christians across America can become life-giving “Christ supremacists”.
How do we go out and get people to fall in love with Christ?Within only three tiny verses in 2 Corinthians, Paul provides 14 Ways!
Issacson’s six pithy observations (I’ve highlighted the six in bold in the quotation below) can be applied to our Savior
In light of all we’ve unpacked about the biblical doctrine of the Ascension, how can we not respond with profuse praise to the King of Glory?
How Does the Current Reign of Jesus Bring Hope to the World in the Age of ISIS? HE WENT UP ON HIGH! Part Six of a Seven-Part Series on the Ascension of Christ [Editor’s Note: Christ Is NOW!—that’s the title of David Bryant’s latest book, which will be published later this year. “Now” is the operative word because many Christians […]
8 Ways the Ascended Christ Trumps George Washington and Every President Since HE WENT UP ON HIGH! Part Five of a Seven-Part Series on the Ascension of Christ [Editor’s Note: Everybody loves a champion. Heroes gain center stage. Hollywood stars, winning athletes, and power-wielding politicians attract coveted titles and awards. But the honors poured on Jesus far outshine them all—by […]
On the day of Pentecost our victorious, anointed, and crowned Redeemer unleashed his universal reign by his Spirit to impact events on earth…
The Ascension may be the most neglected doctrine in the whole panoply of Biblical teachings. But it can be a watershed in your walk with Jesus!
Saturday, May 27, 2017, will launch a week of concerted prayer and ministry when hundreds of churches and ministries collaborate in New York City
What if you risked inviting the risen Lord to spend the next three months conducting an in-depth audit of your congregation from top to bottom?