In a previous blog, we shared how Ascension Day is neglected by many Christians. In order to shed more light on this significant Church holiday, we’re providing ten questions and answers by Dr. Wayne Becker, a longtime Bible teacher and Church holiday enthusiast.
Editor’s Note: Today is Ascension Day, but do most Christians care? In this blog post, David Bryant reveals why we can’t ignore what he says may be “the most neglected doctrine of all.”
Thursday’s National Day of Prayer Is Enriched by Ascension Day Worldwide Thursday is America’s annual National Day of Prayer. Tens of thousands of united prayer events are scheduled all across the nation, along with a corporate prayer gathering involving hundreds in the Cannon Caucus Room on Capitol Hill.
Consuming God’s Son as a Way of Life: The How and the Why (Part 2) Consuming Christ. I’m reminded of the meal offered in Revelation 3, when in his ascended glory Christ knocks at the heart-doors of Laodicean disciples, asking full entrance into their lives for the express purpose of sharing an affectionate repast with
Consuming God’s Son as a Way of Life: The How and the Why (Part 1) You called, You cried, You shattered my deafness. You sparkled, You burned, You drove away my blindness. You shed your fragrance, and I drew in my breath. Therefore, from now on, I will pant for You alone. This prayer to the Savior from the 4 th century
When others share Christ with us, we can see more of Christ than we originally saw. This blog post explains how a modern day event mirrors the book of Acts.
Christ’s Subversive Strategy of Silence As ChristNow.com prepares for our second all-day Christ Talks event on April 23 in State College, PA , the home of Penn State, I reflect back on the impact of the previous one we hosted in Youngstown, Ohio, which was a much more urban setting, with all the diversity among our par
Christ When My World Caves In [Editor’s Note: When tragedy strikes, we all want something firm to hold onto. In this post, Chris Heinz shares how his deepened relationship with Christ is helping him through a recent tragedy.] I’ve never been so thankful for my recent awakening to Christ as I am right now. I had already been a Christian for […]
Waking up to all we have in Jesus should ignite in every believer an intensified pursuit of more of Jesus.
Jesus is alive and active, willing and ready to exercise among us the gift of unity anchored in his supremacy.
In today’s church, some believers emphasize being filled with the Spirit while others emphasize a relationship with Christ. But it’s both.