Turning on the newscast can be overwhelming at times as evil is rampant. It is all around us, but that’s why we need to “turn on” creation.
Today in our journey through the New Testament, we begin the book of Romans. The entire book is a letter from the apostle Paul to the Christian church in Rome.
How is the Bible translated? Why does it have to be? What all goes into doing it well?
William Carey once made the statement, “Attempt great things for God, expect great things from God.” That's exactly what we'll learn on this episode of Sincerely Yours.
For the most part, its consequences are minimal. But this Sincerely Yours podcast shows that sometimes “conclusion jumping” can be costly.
Like Paul, are you searching for God’s plan in the storm? No matter where you are, maybe you just need to stand still. Be quiet. Know that He is God.
Things wouldn’t be so bad if hard times came with an attached summary of “the things you will learn as a result of this storm.”
As we’re looking into Acts chapter 27, we discover the prisoner, Paul, being transported to Rome on board a ship - a “ship of this world on its voyage to eternity.”
In Acts chapter 26, we find Paul, a prisoner, continuing his address before the king and a host of assembled dignitaries.
This conversation with Jared Brock will challenge you, probably make you laugh, and think differently about both God and beards.
Explore on this episode of Sincerely Yours and see what guidance Acts chapter 26 has for us in this devotional podcast.
This video is about how to do text criticism.
In those moments when peace is fleeting and you’re desperate for courage, you can be confident of one thing. Explore on this episode of the Sincerely Yours podcast.
Author Denis Waitley says, “There is no such thing as a future decision. You face only present decisions that will affect what will happen in the future.”
This time around, we are looking at how Christians have reconciled the New Testament manuscripts throughout the centuries.
This Sincerely Yours devotional is all about how to enjoy a life not shadowed in condemnation, just like Paul in our reading for today.
In this episode of Sincerely Yours, learn why when you are so totally full of the light of God’s love, hatred simply has no place in our hearts.
The powerful resurrection of Jesus conquered death not just once but for all time. That is our living, breathing assurance.
It’s important to note that this isn’t a freedom into which you can be “born.” This is something into which you must be... born “again.”
Our often confusing world would do well to get back to clear communication. What we need to do is be more like the apostle Paul.
It's a conversation with girlfriends about family traditions, things we love about the season and some of the tough times at Christmas.
Standing for God can be a pretty scary thing at times. Look no further than the disciples of Jesus for proof of that.
As we continue our journey in Acts on Sincerely Yours, we find a great lesson from Paul about knowing when to fight and when to acquiesce.
Explore what it means to be committed to surrender by learning from Scottish Gold Medalist, Eric Liddell, as well as Paul in Acts chapter 20.
On this episode of Sincerely Yours, Ann Mainse shares her love story with Ron and the lessons they learned from God's Word.
In all the manuscripts that support the Bible, there are hundreds of thousands of points of disagreement. How does that affect your faith?
Kevin Makins is all about bridging the gap between the secular and the sacred and did just that in his one-man-show, Holy Shift.
It's easy to get caught up in gift giving during the holidays, but there's a bigger picture we need to explore.