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Will I recognize loved ones in heaven?

05.27.16 Topics: Heaven & Hell

I want to answer a really important question that is near and dear to our hearts, especially depending on the season of life to you may be in. You may have lost someone recently and maybe you’ve even thought of the question, will I see them again or will I recognize them in eternity when … read more →

Where is Paradise?

05.13.16 Topics: Heaven & Hell, The Death of Christ

We recently had asked of us a great question about Jesus as he’s being crucified. In Luke 23, he looks at the thief beside him and says, “You will be with me this day, in paradise.” Where is paradise? What is paradise? I think the Bible gives us a clear definition of what paradise is. … read more →

How do I have a relationship with God?

04.27.16 Topics: Sonship (Adoption by God)

Just want to take some time, with you, to explain one of the most important questions that we could answer for you in your relationship with God and that’s just simply answer the question, how do you know you have a relationship with God? This is foundational for what life is all about. If God … read more →

Will we learn in Heaven? If so, what will we learn in Heaven?

09.12.14 Topics: Heaven & Hell

For any questions regarding Heaven or the Afterlife, Randy Alcorn’s book “Heaven” is a valuable resource.  Some people believe that in Heaven people will automatically know everything. However, according to the Bible, “knowing everything” is a characteristic only attributed to God (Isaiah 46:9-10; 1 John 3:20). It is a non-communicable attribute known as omniscience. The … read more →

Does Jesus know when He will return?

08.27.14 Topics: End Times, The Person of Christ

In regards to the Second return of Christ, Jesus said in Matthew 24:36, “No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father.”(See also Mark 13:32) When you read this passage it is healthy to ask “Why didn’t Jesus know the time of his … read more →

What is Lent?

03.05.14 Topics: Repentance, The Nature of the Church

Lent is a period of fasting and repentance. It traditionally started in the 4th century in preparation for Easter. The length of the Lenten fast was established as 40 days. During this time, participants eat sparingly or simply give up a particular food or habit. Ash Wednesday and Lent began as a way to remind … read more →

Do Christians have to obey the Old Testament Law?

05.25.12 Topics: The Law

The key to understanding this issue is knowing that the Old Testament law was given to the nation of Israel, not to Christians. Some of the laws were to reveal to the Israelites how to obey and please God (the Ten Commandments, for example). Some of the laws were to show the Israelites how to … read more →