The words “strong” and “courageous” take on various meanings in our culture. To voice your own opinion and shut down others is considered strength and courage. To promote or pursue a lifestyle that is against the teaching of Scripture is often labeled “brave” or “courageous”. The Bible gives us a very different view from the … More Be Strong and Courageous (Joshua 1:6-9)
Who wrote the Bible? God wrote the Bible, but He did this by choosing around forty men who wrote what God wanted them to write (2 Pet. 1:21). These men came from three different continents (Asia, Africa and Europe) over a time of around 1,600 years. Even though they all didn’t know each other or … More Theology for Kids: Who Wrote the Bible?
What is the Bible? The Bible is made up of 66 different books. Some of them are really short and others are really long. These 66 books are divided into two parts – the Old Testament (39 books) and the New Testament (27 books). The Bible is not a normal book because the Bible is … More Theology for Kids: What is the Bible?
Where can we go to find out about God? We can ask our dad and mum, other family members or the pastor at your church. But where do they learn about God? The one place we can go to that gives us all the answers we need about God is God’s book. Another name for … More Theology for Kids: Where Can We Go to Find out About God?
It is the will of God that the people of God grow in the grace of God. This growth takes place over the duration of the Christian life. This is the theme that Peter addresses in his second letter. Peter begins his letter by introducing himself, “Simeon Peter, a servant and apostle of Jesus Christ” … More An Introduction and Overview of 2 Peter (1:1-2)