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Joseph “Gabe” Sonnier used to clean up after everyone at Port Barre Elementary in Port Barre, La. Now, the former janitor is the principal at that school. Read More…

This animation of “The Parable Of The Unforgiving Servant” was very fun and exciting to create. This parable was one that truly touched my heart as a child. The video is fun and colorful Read More…

By Lee LeFebre

For a background to these thoughts, let us look at the legalistic Jews of Jesus’ day. They insisted that they did not need a new method of obtaining righteousness – they were satisfied with what they had. Jesus’ new teaching presented a threat to them, just as it does today to those who are Christians in name but legalistic Jews at heart. Jesus’ system of righteousness made Him a stone of stumbling and a rock of offense to the Jews (Romans 9:33). Read More…

By Cornell Ngare

“The older brother became angry and refused to go in. So his father went out and pleaded with him.” Luke 15:28 Read More…

This scene in Faith Talk Cartoons paints a picture of God’s Amazing Grace. Most of us have heard the song “Amazing Grace”, written by John Newton, but have not truly understood the magnitude of this blessing. Read More…

By Lover of Words

Thank you Father! Thank you for making an ignorant, perverted, detestable person like me a Believer. Thank you for the gift of my beautiful wife. Show me how to love her better. Thank you for the gift of my wonderful son. Read More…

By Cornell Ngare

When one accepts Jesus Christ and the Spirit of God moves in, sin from then on becomes a decision that they consciously (albeit painfully) make. The battle between flesh and spirit is a glaring reality for every believer. Too often we find ourselves cornered, and instead of letting the flesh die, we reluctantly and bitterly Read More…

By Paul Tripp

You and I are creatures of desire. Everything you ever choose, do, or say is the product of desire. Desire not only directs your choices, it also shapes your dreams. Desire forms your moments of greatest joy and darkest grief. Desire makes you envy one person while being glad you’re not another. Desire keeps you awake at night or puts you soundly to sleep. Desire makes you willing to get up in the morning or causes you to be frustrated at the end of the day. Desire makes you expectant and hopeful in one moment, and demanding and complaining in the next. Desire sometimes makes you susceptible to temptation and at other times defends you against it. Desire can lift you up to God or it can make you a willing friend of the Devil. Desire can make you celebrate or drive you to the pit of depression. Desire can make you the best of friends or cause you to drive people away. Desire can cause you to lovingly edit your words or make you let it rip with little Read More…

Question: “If I am saved and all of my sins are forgiven, why not continue to sin?”

Answer: The apostle Paul answered a very similar question in Romans 6:1-2, “What shall we say, then? Shall we go on sinning so that grace may increase? By no means! We died to sin; how can we live in it any longer?” Read More…