How can Jesus command us to love people? Isn't love a feeling—an emotion? How can you make yourself love someone else?
Friends travelled from near and far to hear God’s Word and be together
“God exists, and even though we do not see Him, He sees us and is watching us. He is not some sort of robot up in heaven; no, He is a Father, a Friend!”
You could talk to a hundred people on the street and not find a single person who doesn't want to be happy. But not everyone is willing to do what it takes to have a pure heart.
In Ozerne, Ukraine, the construction project that BCC started in 2009 has opened unforeseen opportunities and become an inspiration even beyond its own sphere.
“No matter where you live or who you are, you can become thoroughly happy,” says Nadya Georgieva from Bulgaria. She knows what she is talking about, and would like to share her story with us.
This week we'll take a look at what's been happening in Turkey, Holland, Canada, USA, Denmark, Germany and Italy.
As I thought about the incessant conflicts, strife, and wars we hear about daily, I wondered, “What about all the disagreements and conflicts that start small, on a personal level?
A book about Christianity is opened on my lap. Looking down, I read these lines: “... the three most common perceptions of present-day Christianity … hypocritical”.
There is a huge difference between people who call themselves Christians. How many can we say are truly glorifying God with the lives they live?
What are the characteristics of a Christian? Is there any way to differ between true Christians and those who aren’t?
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