William Shatner: ‘I Don’t Have Long to Live.’

On March 9th, Variety published an interview with William Shatner, discussing his upcoming documentary called, "You Can Call Me Bill." This film, which was released on March 16th, Shatner talks about his impressive career, family, and love of nature. Though this is a secular magazine with many swear words, I implore you to read it... Continue Reading →

Tulip Gospel Outreach 2023: Teachings

All the Tulip Gospel Outreach conference teachings are up and online. These are absolutely amazing and are important tools to share the gospel with the culture around us. Click the links to see them on YouTube. Introduction to Tulip Time Outreach, Jon Neifert. A talk Jon gives every year on the Biblical history of Pella,... Continue Reading →

What’s The Difference Between Preaching and Teaching?

I recently received this question from Africa to answer for Got Questions. I thought it would be important to share it here as well. There is definitely an overlap between the two for sure, and in many aspects are indistinguishable from each other; But they have differences. Preaching would involve exhortation, admonition, encouragement, and comfort.... Continue Reading →

Christ-less Christianity

For the past several years there has been a disturbing trend in Evangelical Christianity that seems to be getting worse. To be honest, if we were to examine Christianity‚Äôs past, we would find that this is an old problem that just looks different through the ages. It is a Christianity that doesn't include Christ; a... Continue Reading →

The Value of Not Giving Up

If you live in the Midwest, hopefully you watched the game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday, December 17th. It was the game that the NFL is calling "Largest Comeback in NFL History." If this highlight reel is still available on YouTube, I implore you to watch it, because in it... Continue Reading →

Why Did God Kill the Firstborn in Egypt to End the Plagues?

Though this may seem like a cut-and-dry question that can be answered with a few cuts and pastes of articles through the years; there is more to this question that really meets the eye. This question is pretty multifaceted and needed to correct some misconceptions about God and His place in the grand scheme of... Continue Reading →

Hold Fast

What does it mean to hold fast? According to Strong's Concordance, it means to hold literally or figuratively; direct or remote; such as a possession, ability, contiguity, relation or condition. It comes in a variety of tenses and moods, which depends on the context of the given verse. As I was meditating on God's Word... Continue Reading →

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