In a day when the culture is confused over gender and role identities, Ron Peri shines a light on the clarity of scripture regarding mothers and the wonderful influence they have on families and society.
In 1857 God’s megaphone got the attention of a man in New York City. A great peril was coming upon America and Jeremiah Lanphire moved to prayer published thousands of pamphlets calling people to join him in prayer. Many people know what the Bible has to say about prayer but few pray.
Whether you know it or not, your personal ethics drives nearly all you do. Whether a Christian or not, you have your reasons for your behavior, which may be based on Biblical values or the more convenient ethics of our times.
Ron Peri relates events in early Christianity as portrayed by Edward Gibbon in The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, published in 1776, and other signal events in the year around our nation was founded.
It is God’s nature to destroy sin. Rahab, a prostitute and a sinner, believed that God was holy and just. She also believed that — as prophesied — God would destroy the heavily fortified city of Jericho. By faith she threw herself on God’s mercy,